David Beckham is getting right into the Olympic spirit in his home country, and to help anyone visiting the UK this summer, he's put together his own Best of Britain sight-seeing list.
See what he reckons are the absolute must dos...
Go on a family adventure
The father-of-four says you have to take the kids to Thorpe Park, an amusement park just outside London. And he reckons the new Harry Potter Studio Tour is worth a visit too.
Enjoy a night at a country pub
The cosy pubs are one of the best things about the UK, and Becks reckons there's no better way to end a stroll in the countryside than "sat by a log fire in one of our beautiful country pubs".
Get close to the royals with a tour of Buckingham Palace - "the scene of so many great moments in British history".
Go to the theatre in London
Beckham reckons this is the one absolute must-do in London. He says he loves taking Victoria and the kids to see a show at the West End, and recommends War Horse, Jersey Boys, The Lion King and Matilda.
"Britain leads the world in fashion and has some of the best shopping experiences in the world," Becks says. "Manchester’s designer stores around the Northern Quarter are a match for anything in London, but if you don’t have time to leave the capital then you will be spoilt for choice around town and some fantastic markets like Camden (pictured), Portobello and Spitalfields."
Treat yourself to some fine dining
Clearly a fan of fine food, the footballer says you simply must have a special dinner at a restaurant like the Ivy or Cecconi's (pictured) in Mayfair.
Get some fresh air at one of the royal parks
Becks says families should make the most of London's royal parks and get some fresh air. "Hyde (pictured) and Regents Park are like an oasis in Central London. Or get away from it all in Richmond Park where you can see wild deer, go horse riding and see amazing views across London."
Take a Stadium tour
The famous footballer says you can't beat watching a live game in the Premier League, but if you can't manage that, at least take a stadium tour. Check out the fantastic stadium tours at places like Old Trafford (pictured), Anfield and Stamford Bridge, and of course, Wembley."
Eat some real East London food
Having hailed from East London, Becks still has a soft spot for a bit of "pie and mash", what he reckons is a true East London experience. "You’ve got to try Pie & Mash (Tony Lane's Pie & Mash shop in Waltham Abbey is a favourite)," he says.
Tee off in Scotland, the home of golf
Golf was invented in Scotland, and the country boasts some of the most challenging and beautiful courses in the world. ". If you love the game, make your way to the Old Course at St Andrews Links," Becks says.