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Key to the City™, United Kingdom.

Featured Cities

We are now adding new UK cities to the Key to the City website. Click on the links below to go the city pages. Your favourite places and experiences in these new cities would be warmly welcomed.

Cambridge, City of King's and Punting

King's Parade, Cambridge
King's Parade, Cambridge

Cambridge is a small but architecturally beautiful city which grew up as an inland port on the River Cam. The fine mix of colleges, churches, shops, parks and gardens have made it a popular place to visit.

Birmingham and the West Midlands

Bullring, Birmingham
Bullring, Birmingham

The city of a thousand trades, Birmingham has grown from a minor market town to become the manufacturing heart of Britain. It is now shaking off its 1960s concrete shell to become one of the UK's most modern cities.

The Dreaming Spires of Oxford

Radcliffe Camera, Oxford
Radcliffe Camera, Oxford

Oxford is home to the oldest English speaking University in the world and probably the most famous place of learning to many people. It's also one of Britain's most impressive and ancient cities with astounding architecture and monumental buildings.

Historic Bristol and Harbourside

The Bristol Harbourside
The Bristol Harbourside

Bristol, the gateway to the south west of England, is a lively yet laid-back city that blends its rich maritime heritage with an innovative and independent culture. Compact enough to get around on foot, yet big enough to boast an exciting selection of entertainment, this ancient but cosmopolitan city has a wealth of attractions for the many visitors from across the globe.

Welcome to Cardiff, Capital of Wales

Cardiff City Hall
Cardiff City Hall

Cardiff is a young, vibrant city that contains a wealth of attractions and things to do. Famous for Cardiff Castle, the National Museum and the civic centre, it is also known for being a centre for sport with the Principality Stadium playing host to many UK and world sporting fixtures.

Nottingham and the Legend of Robin Hood

Old Market Square, Nottingham
Old Market Square, Nottingham

Famous for the legend of Robin Hood and his merry men, Nottingham is an exciting modern day city steeped in history. Built on soft sandstone, the network of underground caves is impressive which includes some leading up to the iconic Nottingham Castle.

Bath, World Heritage City

Roman Baths, Bath
Roman Baths, Bath

Famed for its streets of Georgian splendour and the natural hot springs which have been flowing for thousands of years, Bath is the UK's only World Heritage City. Small and compact, you can pleasantly walk along the city streets and be quite happy simply observing the architecture of the magnificent buildings.