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 ]

Top 10 free things to do in London

Top 10 free things to do in London

Everyone knows that London is outrageously expensive and that you need a hefty bank account to be able to enjoy it, right? Well, this is a popular misconception about the UK capital. London is by no means a cheap city to live in, but as a tourist it is possible to experience the best of it even if you are not prepared to sacrifice your savings. The fun part about London is that there is always something to do in the city, and often for free. From various activities to famous landmarks and mu... [ read more ]

Top 5 things to do in Manchester

Top 5 things to do in Manchester

Manchester is a city of change. It gave birth to the industrial revolution, British capitalism, some of the best indie music in the UK, and even a successful football team. And this uncrowned capital of Northern England is going though changes every minute, and in the past few decades it has gone through some dramatic transformations. Simply put, Manchester is one of the best cities to live in Europe, because this is a place where you can never find yourself without something to do. If you'r... [ read more ]

The most beautiful university campuses in the UK

The most beautiful university campuses in the UK

Some of the oldest and most famous universities in the world are located in the UK, and there are probably few people who haven't heard of age-old, respected, and envied institutions like Oxford or Cambridge. Few people have the privilege of attending these universities, but at least anyone with an interest in architecture and fancy university campuses can take a walk on their grounds. If you want to see some of the most beautiful university campuses in the UK, either if you're looking for p... [ read more ]

The best alternative tours in the UK

The best alternative tours in the UK

If you don't fancy traveling alone in the UK, there are countless tours that will take to to places that might interest you, and which will allow you to travel in the company of like minded people. There are lots of advantages to going on a tour, but one of the downsides is that you don't really get to choose where exactly you're going and what exactly you're going to see. And if traditional tours that take you around a particular region and show you some manors and museums at best sound too... [ read more ]

Top 5 Scottish Castles

Top 5 Scottish Castles

Scotland is famous for many things, like its Highlands, craggy landscape, kilts and bagpipes, and not to forget, castles. Scottish castles always have a reputation for something, whether it is for being haunted, very old with a bloody history, or the filming site for various movies. If you're visiting Scotland, taking a look at a castle or two is an obligatory part of any sightseeing tour. Of course, there are more than a few castles to choose from in Scotland, and since they all have someth... [ read more ]

Top 5 ghost walks in the UK

Top 5 ghost walks in the UK

British literature is full of ghost stories, some for children and some for adults, but what they have in common is their extraordinary creepiness. British writers are masters of horror and ghost stories, which is not surprising seeing as they have had more than enough legends, myths and folklore to inspire them. There's hardly a city, town or village in the UK that doesn't have its local ghost stories, and the locals are far from hiding them. Instead, local legends are used as a basis for ghost... [ read more ]

The best seaside villages in the UK

The best seaside villages in the UK

The British coast is a great place to be in summer, especially if you are planning on enjoying yourself in the countryside. And if you want to enjoy it as much as possible, a small seaside village is the best base of exploration you can find. The coast is dotted not only with well to do resort towns, but also inconspicuous yet very picturesque villages where you can always find a friendly bed and breakfast or hotel where you can spend the night. Here are the best seaside villages in the UK, ... [ read more ]

The best attractions in South East England

The best attractions in South East England

South East England, the area around London, is probably the most visited place in the United Kingdom. People flock to South East England not only because of the proximity of the UK capital city - the region has many things to recommend it without even taking a glance at London. As the most populated area of the UK, the south-east has lots of historical towns and cities, and the landscape is also varied and perfect for walks or hikes. Each county in the south-east region has its own particula... [ read more ]