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2023 is quickly approaching, and with it comes a fresh set of opportunities to explore places in the UK that you’ve never seen. Whether you’re looking for a city break or an outdoor adventure, here are some destinations you don’t want to miss seeing next year. 

Put on your explorer hat and get ready for the year ahead! 

Ancient Stonehenge and Medieval Salisbury 

You have to visit one of the planet’s oldest World Heritage Sites! Although believed to have been erected as a place of worship, these days, tourists flock to this foreign site in crowds, stunned by the sheer scale of this magnificent monument. 

Windsor Castle 

The most famous of the UK’s royal castles boasts highlights such as the State Apartments, which contains the Queen’s Gallery and dining hall with magnificently painted ceilings and woodcarvings. Also, explore the 10km Castle grounds – it holds plenty of remarkable sights worth seeing. 

Loch Ness and Inverness 

The legend of mythical monsters has been debunked! However, Loch Ness still remains a popular attraction. It’s unlikely you’ll encounter the Loch Ness Monster while visiting this spectacular location, but it’s definitely rewarding to witness some of the UK’s most beautiful sites and scenery. 

Pembrokeshire, Wales 

This county has beaches, seaside villages and its own resident walrus. Grab your friends and family and walk the 186-mile coastal path while witnessing gorgeous scenery covering more than 50 beaches – or head north to the Preseli mountains! 

National Railway Museum 

Celebrate the past, present and future of railways in this remarkable museum! To ignite your curiosity about the innovation of railways, from the history of the places railways came to be to the engineering marvels behind it all, grab a couple of friends and explore while taking home knowledge from incredible backstories you’ll come to find. 

West Highlands, Scotland 

The West Highlands are edged by secluded spots where you could give wild camping a try – which is legal in Scotland – or get close to Loch Beag and its local wildlife during a stay at the many-windowed holiday homes on the water’s edge. 

If you’re moving to the UK next year, you’re probably also looking for a safe space to store your belongings while you explore your new surroundings. Indoor Self Storage boasts top-quality storage units that’ll keep your belongings safe and secure while you explore and locate your forever home.  

Call us on 01803 835777 or visit our Personal Storage option to learn more! 

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