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From the lochs of Scotland to the stunning landscapes of Cornwall, Great Britain is blessed with charming villages and green countryside. Here, one can enjoy an afternoon tea at Virginia Woolf’s cottage after a stroll or a game of cricket on the stunningly green grounds of an English lord’s mansion. But beyond the rural landscape, towns like Cambridge, Oxford, Liverpool and London each have their own dynamic, their own extra character, originating from the Twist and Shout crooned at the Cavern Club, the birthplace of the Beatles. It is a land of creativity and style, a country that has set the tone in the world of fashion, music, and gastronomy, where it has now emerged as a benchmark.