Redcliffe is a relatively small district of Bristol. It’s almost definable by its relation to the city’s bodies of water. The new cut demarcates its southern border, the harbour its northern. Despite the ubiquity of the photographs of its more beautiful aspects – pastel coloured Georgian houses, views of the docks at night that …More
Mention Coventry City to people and the image most have is a city almost destroyed by bombing in WW2. Rebuilt with some interesting design choices, there is so much more to this midland city. Located in the centre of the UK – it is one of the easiest places to travel to. Journey by train, …More
St Bees is a little-known village, yet a place that made a great impact on my life. Known best by keen hikers, St Bees is the start of Wainwrights’ famous “Coast to Coast” Walk. I grew up and went to school in the village, and although I have not returned for many decades now, it …More
Northampton is a beautiful town in the East Midlands. Although the settlement is widely unheard of, it was named one of England’s hidden gems, due to a number of interesting cultural hotspots available to the public. The town isn’t a city, but it is the largest town without city status in the UK. and this …More
It is located in the middle of the London town in this beautiful mini-town Camden. Being a resident in this area has exposed me to all the cultures lying in the cities, the good country people, meals, festivities, and necessary quick connections in town, whether administrative or entertainment related.
The town offers vast options to …More
There’s a lot of stuff going on in Manchester that is impossible to melt down in to one thing. Manchester is built on football, education, and honest northerners who have proved to have each other’s back on so many occasions. If you visit Manchester, the first thing you will notice is how welcoming the place …More
Ashford is an upbeat town situated in the beautiful countryside of Kent. It’s developing fast, due to its demand in the rail industry, with international rail connections and high speed lines to central London.
See beautiful countryside scenes on the outskirts in Kingsnorth and new builds and a growing town centre with plenty of fun, …More
Nestled on the south-east coast, Brighton
has the reputation of having one of the most ‘unique’ cultures in all of the
United Kingdom. While it isn’t necessarily at the top of the agenda for foreign
tourists, there is barely a person in the UK who hasn’t taken a trip down to
Brighton at least once. Being nestled right on …
And on the seventh-day god created
Man…chester. Often seen as the capital of the north, Manchester is a busy,
exciting city with plenty to do for the traveller. There is plenty of culture,
history and attractions to keep even the most seasoned nomad entertained.
From the cobbles of famous Coronation
Street to the football stadiums of probably the world’s …
If you love traveling and want to enjoy green belts, water, food, history and diverse culture then you must visit Sheffield. Sheffield is the fourth largest city of England and lies in the north of England, in the county of South Yorkshire. Sheffield has a lot of things to offer to tourists not only from …More
Birmingham, the contested ‘second city’ of the UK, and often associated only with the often-mocked accent, has a reputation as a place to avoid. It is a city without a dominant civic identity.
Once the city of a thousand trades, the epicentre of industrial England, is not the most typical of tourist attractions, and in modern …More
Watch a Scottish folk band play whilst drinking whiskey, eating Haggis and having a conversation with a man in a kilt. I’d recommend The Ben Nevis bar in Finneston as your best chance to get all four.
What do you like best about your city?
The music scene. Glasgow’s people are creative, intelligent and culturally aware. …More
If you do anything on a visit to London, it must be to visit one of its markets. You’ll not only likely to pick up a bargain, but they offer the opportunity to immerse yourself in the local atmosphere. The choice of market extends to everyone’s taste: Borough market for food, Portobello market for …More
One of the most famous parts of Morecambe is the Eric Morecambe statue. The Statue on the sea front is based on the famous comedian; everyone who visits the sea side town must get their photo with this piece of art – of course doing the famous Eric Morecambe pose!
What do you like best …More
Inverness means “at the mouth of the River Ness”, and the river is the soul of the city. Wandering along the river to the Ness Islands, about 2 km from the city centre, gives a lovely perspective on the city. You pass grand stone Victorian homes to the wilderness of the leafy islands. Then …More