Top sights in East England

Top sights in East England

The United Kingdom is home to some fascinating tourist destinations and sights. All of its four countries (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) are home to unique sights and tourist attractions. I have already presented you numerous aspects relating to the best cities, destinations and landmarks of these countries. Below I will present you some attractions of England, more precisely the top sights of East England. These include the following: Cambridge, Norwich, Bedford, Canterbury... [ read more ]

Short guide to Newcastle-Gateshead for visitors

Short guide to Newcastle-Gateshead for visitors

Located in the north-eastern part of England, Newcastle and Gateshead face each other across the Tyne River. They come together at the wonderful Quayside. Being home to must-see tourist attractions, great restaurants, bars, hotels and cafes, Newcastle and Gateshead make some great tourist destinations. The Angel of the North and the award-winning Gateshead Millennium Bridge are just two of their highlights. Newcastle-Gateshead is a perfect holiday destination for exploring the best of North-... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Canterbury

Tourist guide to Canterbury

With its 2,000 years of history, Canterbury is an excellent tourist destination. It is located in the southeastern part of England and has played an important role in England’s history. It is known as a significant Roman settlement. Canterbury is considered to be one of Great Britain’s Heritage Cities. One part of the city is home to some fantastic UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including Canterbury Cathedral, St. Augustine Abbey and St. Martin’s Church. Canterbury Tales Attraction is al... [ read more ]

Visit Belfast

Visit Belfast

Just like the entire United Kingdom, Northern Ireland is a fantastic tourist destination. It is home to innumerable tourist destinations and attractions. The fantastic cities, natural jewels and cultural sights make Northern Ireland a fantastic destination. Its capital city, the beautiful city of Belfast is a magnificent destination, too. In case you’ve already thought about visiting Belfast, I recommend you to read the following guide. Below I will present you the best landmarks and sight... [ read more ]

Top 5 cultural sights of Wales

Top 5 cultural sights of Wales

Wales is a fantastic country, being home to numerous natural and cultural sights, not to mention its beautiful cities. Therefore, this country is very attractive among tourists. In some of my previous guides I have already presented you several aspects relating to the natural attractions and major cities of the country. In the following article I will present you the top 5 cultural sights of Wales. These landmarks are the following: Cardiff City Hall, Conwy Castle, Harlech Castle, Blaenavon ... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Leeds

Tourist guide to Leeds

The third largest city of the UK by population, Leeds is a fantastic tourist destination, being home to several great landmarks. It is an important commercial, financial and cultural centre of West Yorkshire. With a significant history, Leeds is very attractive for visitors. Are you interested in more info relating to the city, I recommend you to read this tourist guide to Leeds. Below I will present you the best-known landmarks of the city, including the City Square, Leeds Town Hall, Leeds ... [ read more ]

Visit Wrexham

Visit Wrexham

The largest town of Northern Wales, Wrexham is a fantastic town to visit. It is also a major administrative centre of the region. Located between the Dee Valley and the Welsh mountains, the town has a beautiful setting. The town can be very attractive for tourists, especially for those who would like to avoid crowds. There are several fantastic tourist attractions in and around the town, including churches, castles, museums, open spaces, parks and so on. Besides, the town is also home to som... [ read more ]

England’s World Heritage Sites

England’s World Heritage Sites

The United Kingdom is one of the most visited countries of the entire world. This fact is not surprising at all if we think of the deluge of the unique tourist attractions, historic cities and landmarks, beautiful monuments, incomparable landscapes with national parks, great cultural sights, museums and numerous other attractions. Just like all the other three countries of the UK, England is also abundant in visitor attractions. It is home to some of the world’s most beautiful sights. T... [ read more ]

Scenic streets in the UK

Scenic streets in the UK

As the United Kingdom has a significant and very long history, it is obvious that the country is abundant in old historic landmarks, buildings, monuments and even streets. Some of the most scenic streets in the UK are characterized by the presence of Georgian townhouses, Victorian buildings, perhaps thatched cottages. These charming streets are absolutely worth visiting. Some of the most beautiful and most famous streets of the United Kingdom are the following: Fournier Street in London, the... [ read more ]

Fantastic film locations in the UK

Fantastic film locations in the UK

You probably know that the United Kingdom is abundant in locations which gave place to some of the world’s most popular and leading films. The Harry Potter series, Braveheart, Pride and Prejudice, The King’s Speech and The Da Vinci Code are just some of the best-known movies which have been entirely or partly rolled in some locations of the United Kingdom. In case you are a film-lover, willing to make a visit to the UK, or you’ve probably seen a hundred times some of the previously men... [ read more ]