Experiencing Cutty Sark in Greenwich

Experiencing Cutty Sark in Greenwich

The last surviving tea clipper ship of the British Royal Navy is called Cutty Sark and was built in 1869. She was one of the last and one of the fastest of her kind before sailing ships were exchanged to steam ships. The ship is now docked near the center of Greenwich and is awaiting visitors of all ages. Cutty Sark is part of the Royal Museums Greenwich alongside The National Maritime Museum, the Royal Observatory and the Queen's House. All four museums are amazing, but Cutty Sark is pro... [ read more ]

Tips to study English in Britain

Tips to study English in Britain

Great Britain is an excellent tourist destination, being home to innumerable fascinating landmarks. The United Kingdom is one of the most attractive countries of the world. From historic cities to cultural landmarks, from world renowned museums to amazing natural wonders, from Neolithic sites to wonderful islands, Great Britain is home to a large variety of sights. Besides, British culture is also very attractive for visitors. Many tourists would like to get in touch with British culture.... [ read more ]

Short guide to the Tate Modern gallery

Short guide to the Tate Modern gallery

You surely know that the United Kingdom is home to a large number of world renowned museums and art galleries. This country is a great destination for the lovers of art and culture. The capital city itself gives home to tens of museums and art galleries. The British Museum, the National Gallery, the Natural History Museum and the Tate Modern are just some of the most visited museums of London. If you are attracted by modern art, planning a visit to London, I recommend you to visit the Tat... [ read more ]

Visiting the Royal Museums Greenwich in London

Visiting the Royal Museums Greenwich in London

The famous Royal Museums Greenwich is a collective of four amazing museums in London, they are the National Maritime Museum, the Queen's House, The Royal Observatory and Cutty Sark, a clipper ship of the British Navy built in the late 1860s. All four individual museums are amazing in their own different way, but they have one thing in common, they are amazing experiences for for kids and adults alike. Unlike some other museums in the British capital, these for are not free to visit and st... [ read more ]

Free museums in Britain

Free museums in Britain

Do you love to visit museums? The United Kingdom is home to some of the world’s most famous and most attractive museums, including the British Museum, the Natural History Museum, the Tate Modern, the Museum of Liverpool, the National Gallery, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and so on. Several museums all over Britain charge an entry fee, but there are some museums which do not. These are some of Britain’s best free visitor attractions. Are you interested which are the best free muse... [ read more ]

The most impressive examples of English Gothic architecture

The most impressive examples of English Gothic architecture

The English Gothic architectural style dominated the period between 1180 and 1520. Perhaps the most impressive examples of English Gothic architecture are England’s medieval cathedrals. Besides, there are outstanding palaces, castles and other immense buildings which wear the characteristics of this style. Important examples of this style are several parish churches, too. If you are a fan of architecture, this article was written to you. Read on to find out which are the most beautiful Eng... [ read more ]

Travel guide to the best museums in Scotland

Travel guide to the best museums in Scotland

Scotland is a spectacular country! If you have ever thought of visiting it, don’t waste your time! This is the right moment to do it, as the season of vacations has arrived. I guarantee you will fall in love with Scotland and surely will want to turn back to this beautiful country! Whatever your preferences are, you won’t be disappointed. There is a huge amount of attractions worth visiting in Scotland. Whether you love nature or culture, you will surely find the perfect attractions for yo... [ read more ]

Top 5 attractions in Scotland

Top 5 attractions in Scotland

The country of Scotland occupies the northern third of the island of Great Britain, being bordered with England to the south, the North Sea to the east, the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west, and the Irish Sea to the southwest. Scotland lies on a surface of 78,772 km2. If you decide to visit the country, I am sure you won’t be bored, as it has hundreds of natural or cultural attractions. There are so many things to see and to do in Scotland, that you would need several weeks to spend in ... [ read more ]

Top 5 convincing reason to visit the city of Bath

Top 5 convincing reason to visit the city of Bath

The impressive city of Bath is located in the county of Somerset, in the south-western part of England. This World Heritage City offers the visitors a unique experience with its richness and diversity, amazing architecture and gorgeous attractions. There are dozens of things to see and do in Bath, so if you decide to visit it, take your time and don’t be hurried! Enjoy your walks through the beautiful streets of the city, the Roman bath, the restaurants and the historical atmosphere of Jane... [ read more ]

The seven wonders of Wales

The seven wonders of Wales

The country of Wales is situated in the south-western part of the United Kingdom. It is bordered by the country of England to the east, the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish Sea to the west and the Bristol Channel to the south. Wales is one of the United Kingdom’s most attractive countries, it has gorgeous landscapes, with about 1.200 km of coastline and beautiful mountainous areas. There are also about 50 islands that lie off the mainland, the largest being Anglesey, in the north-western part. B... [ read more ]