Ms Rotterdam in the Norwegian fjords.
25. Hampton Court Palace
Voted number 25 in Britain's greatest landmarks, Hampton Court Palace was completed in 1525 by Cardinal Thomas Wolsey and soon became the home of Henry VIII who quadrupled its size. Now a popular tourist attraction for visitors of Richmond-upon-Thames, who come to stroll around the vast grounds as well as admire the baroque and Tudor architecture of the building, this stately palace also features the oldest surviving hedge maze in Europe, planted in 1690 for William III.