One of the most intricate canal networks in the world Historic canal architecture sit side-by-side with vibrant modern restaurants, cafes and bars.
The Shropshire Union Canal flows through historic Chester. Memorable sights include medieval streets, cathedral and Roman amphitheatre.
Over 100 miles with more than 100 locks, some magnificent engineering and crossing some of the most beautiful scenery in southern England.
The Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal runs through the West Midlands countryside and the edges of Birmingham without becoming urban.
Rugby wharf is situated by the pretty Cotswold countryside. Oxford is nearby so you can cruise the Warwickshire Ring / East Midlands ring.
The Union Canal is one of two canals in Scotland and is known as the Edinburgh & Glasgow Union Canal. The canal links Edinburgh & Falkirk.
This scenic waterside of the Grand Union Canal stretches along the northern and eastern fringes of the city.
The picturesque Oxford Canal meanders through the countryside. The settlements along it include pretty villages like Thrupp, Cropredy and Aynho.
Here you can cruise the Kennet & Avon Canal to Bath and Bristol. You can also cruise on the River Thames!