Never been to Loch Ness or Windsor Castle? You’re not alone.
A poll has discovered most Brits haven’t seen many of the places that the UK is famous for.
Despite reeling in millions of international visitors each year, these tourist attractions are failing to lure in those close to home.
The Hertz UK survey found a staggering 82 per cent of respondents have never seen the Giant’s Causeway in County Antrim.
Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986, the iconic attraction is one of Northern Ireland’s most popular to international guests.
The famous ‘End to End’ starting point hasn’t fascinated locals either.
John O’Groats hasn’t been visited by 79 per cent of Britons, despite being a stone’s throw away in Caithness.