Britain or abroad: Can you guess where these places really are?

Abroad or right here in the UK – can you tell the difference? You sure about that…?

A beach on the Californian coast?

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    Nope! Forget crossing the pond, just hop on the coach and get all the California cool beach vibes you could wish for at Tenby North beach in Wales. Sun, sand and plenty of places to get some good grub (the most important thing, obviously), why go abroad when it’s all right here…?!

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The Taj Mahal in India?

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    Not quite – it’s actually the Royal Pavilion in beautiful Brighton. To get a taste of the exotic all you need to do is hop on the coach to the south coast. Easy!  

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Architecture in Athens?

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    Wrong! It’s the Minack open air theatre in Cornwall. Known for it’s sensational programme of drama, musicals and shows overlooking the azure blue seas, it’s right here in the UK meaning no early morning stint to the airport *inserts hands in the air emoji.* Feasting like a Greek god(dess) is easy and needn’t put you out of pocket either – just bring a picnic. Yay!

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The Algarve?

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    Incorrect. This is the limestone archway of Durdle Door and one of the most photographed sites along the Jurassic Coast. The best way to get up close to over 185 million years of history? Take a boat ride and prepare to spam your Insta with some seriously swoon-worthy snaps.

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The almighty Alps?

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    It’s actually Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England. Located in the Lake District, we’ll get you, your walking boots, trekking poles and everything else you could possibly need to the national park in no time. With magnificent views stretching as far as Scotland, Wales, Ireland and the Isle of Man, everyone should visit at least once.

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How many did you guess right? Let us know over at @nationalexpress!