Posts Tagged‘UK’

The UK is a fascinating country that has many things to do and see. It is steeped in traditions, history, and it also has some of the most modern architecture in the world. There are…

While there are many modern attractions and things to do, there’s no denying that many of London’s top attractions have been around during the many centuries of its existence. From its many royal palaces, to…

If you are planning on traveling to the United Kingdom to drum up business for your firm, there are a number of cities that should attract your interest more than others. In this article, we…

  You’ve always enjoyed soaking in the beauty that England offers to those that love the outdoors. While that hasn’t changed right up to the present day, your body simply can’t take another season of…

  Travelodge released a very interesting infographic and report on their blog about a growing trend of people in the UK doing “Staycations” instead of vacations. They say that around 74% of Brits will travel…

countie in southern England

The United Kingdom has many cultural, historical and natural landmarks. The lakes of Scotland, the castle around England, the coastal views of Northern Ireland, the mountains and waterfalls of Wales… all of these places are…

The Lake District is a truly extraordinary part of the UK, brimming with history and character and home to the kind of grand and majestic scenery that is evocative of New Zealand and other far-flung…

Although the United Kingdom may not be your initial choice for a beach holiday in the sunshine, there are certainly reasons to to make it one. With idyllic coastlines and stunning scenery, there are a…

The UK may not be the first place in the world you think of when it comes to beaches, but you may be surprised at some of the fantastic sandy havens scattered around the country.…

For any visitor to Great Britain interested in exploring the rich historic past of the island the problem they will face is an embarrassment of riches.  With limited time and so many sights to see,…

canals in Birmingham

Birmingham, England is one of the UK’s largest cities has a number of attractions and activities for tourists to do. Whether you would like to explore art galleries, take part in breathtaking, heart pumping action…

church in london

As the Christmas season and the New Year festivities have been and gone, now would be a perfect time for you to take a weekend break to our fair capital, to spend some quality time…

Nine Standards Rigg on a sunny day

When temperatures take a downward spiral, it’s tempting to send your walking boots to the back of the cupboard and spend the next few months hibernating in front of the fire. It doesn’t make sense…

The Isle of Wight is a fantastic holiday destination if you’re watching your spending – and even if you’re not, for that matter! Today I’ll be looking at what you can do on this beautiful…

bridges in New Castle England

One of the most fascinating things about the UK’s historic cities is the way they mix the new with the old. Newcastle is, in my opinion, among the very best places to experience this, home…

coastline in Aberystwyth, Wales

The top reasons to visit Aberystwyth are are a must see. A town found in Wales, Aberystwyth is located close to the convergence of two rivers, the Ystwyth and Rheidol. Aberystwyth has an oceanic climate…

vintage caravan

Ever since people have been traveling in four wheeled vehicles, they have been crashing in them, and not just in accidents. While my “caravanning” experience is limited to sleeping in the passenger seat of my…

Beaches in England

When people travel to England, it’s usually synonymous with one destination, London Town. Why? Same reason people go to NYC; it’s a travel hub, has more to do and experience than one human being can tackle…

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