It's certainly summertime, and all across the world, people armed with bucket lists are jetting off to visit those coveted Seven Wonders of the World. But if the likes of China and Cambodia are a bridge too far for you, why not consider heading around the UK to sample our list comprising the Seven Wonders of Britain? Don't forget - you can always hire a coach, get a group of friends together and head off to see these spectacular places.
With all the fuss about little George at the moment, you'd be mad not to visit at least one royal venue this summer. Windsor Castle is perfect, with extensive gardens and beautifully-decorated rooms to explore.
The Eden Project
Located in Cornwall, the fabricated domes of the Eden Project rise dramatically from between the lanes, hills and vales that characterise the south-west. As if the sight of the project from the outside wasn't enough, it also harbours some of the most fascinating plant species on the planet.
Get an insight into the way our country functions with a visit to Big Ben and the Parliamentary buildings. Find out about the construction of these incredible buildings with a guided tour.
The Angel of the North
Antony Gormley's iconic modern structure is just as relevant and awe-inspiring to see now as it ever has been. Standing 20 metres tall, she surveys Gateshead and the surrounding area, which incidentally is a great place to get lunch after the viewing.
If we're honest, you could probably pick any historical building in Edinburgh and call it a wonder of Britain. However, with its towering presence and long history, it had to be the city's tremendous castle.
York Cathedral advertises itself as "one of the world's most magnificent cathedrals" and we're not inclined to disagree. Witness beautiful architecture and incredible religious imagery as you wander around this stunning building.
A wonder of an altogether different kind. If you're more into your shopping than your culture, the Lanes in Brighton are a spectacular place to secure unique knick-knacks and one-of-a-kind presents.