Your tourist guide to Derry

Your tourist guide to Derry

Derry, also named Londonderry, can be found in Northern Ireland. It lies on the west bank of the Foyle River which rises the attractiveness of the city. Derry is a beautiful city owning some outstanding landmarks and visitor attractions. If you are planning a journey to Northern Ireland, I suggest you to make a visit to this fantastic city. Do you need information about the visitor attractions? This article will serve as your tourist guide to Derry. The city attracts a large number of tou... [ read more ]

Visit the city of Newport in Wales

Visit the city of Newport in Wales

Lying on the River Usk, the city of Newport is situated in the south-eastern part of Wales, being its third largest city. It used to be an important engineering centre and port city. Newport is a magnificent city, having 9 beautiful bridges and numerous notable buildings. The attractions of the city include the following: the former Post Office, Newport Castle, Newport Cathedral, Newport Bridge, the spectacular Belle Vue Park and so on. These are some outstanding tourist attractions which ar... [ read more ]

Top 5 sights in Sheffield

Top 5 sights in Sheffield

If you visit South Yorkshire on your next holiday, I suggest you not to miss the beautiful city of Sheffield. The city is well-known for being home to over 200 parks, gardens and woodlands. The number of trees in Sheffield is estimated to about 2.5 million which gives the city Europe’s highest number of trees per person. Besides the green spaces, Sheffield is home to numerous gorgeous cultural attractions, such as Beauchief Abbey, the Town Hall, the city’s beautiful cathedral and so on.... [ read more ]

The best tourist guide to Gloucestershire

The best tourist guide to Gloucestershire

The beautiful county of Gloucestershire is situated in South West England. It is a very attractive region, being home to some fantastic natural and cultural attractions. These attractions include the Cotswold Hills, the county town, Gloucester with its magnificent cathedral, Berkeley Castle, Sudeley Castle, Tewkesbury Abbey, Dyrham Park and others. There are so many visitor attractions within the county that you won’t be able to choose which ones to visit and which ones to exclude. In orde... [ 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 ]

A guide to Worchestershire

A guide to Worchestershire

Worchestershire is a county of England, being situated in the West Midlands. The administrative seat of Worchesterchire is also its largest city, Worcester. It is a beautiful cathedral city which is very attractive to visitors. Besides the city of Worcester, the county includes numerous fantastic places of interest which include natural and cultural attractions at the same time. Some of the county’s gorgeous attractions are the following: Worcester Cathedral, the Malvern Hills, Avoncrof... [ read more ]

Top 5 landmarks of Leeds

Top 5 landmarks of Leeds

Leeds is a fantastic city situated in West Yorkshire. As many cities or towns, Leeds has its own landmarks or symbols. These landmarks include the City Square, Temple Newsam, the Town Hall, Roundhay Park, Leeds Cathedral and so on. Besides the previously mentioned landmarks, there are also other tourist attractions in Leeds which make this amazing city a perfect holiday destination for the lovers of sightseeing. If you are planning a visit to Leeds, read the following article. It might help yo... [ read more ]

A visitor’s guide to Newcastle

A visitor’s guide to Newcastle

Newcastle (or Newcastle upon Tyne) is a very attractive city located in Northeastern England, lying on the River Tyne. The city was named after the castle built in 1080. It used to be an important wood trade centre and today it is a very attractive tourist destination. Newcastle has several landmarks and attractions of which the most representative is perhaps the Tyne Bridge. This visitor’s guide to Newcastle will include information about the best tourist attractions of the city, such as t... [ read more ]

The best landmarks of Leicester

The best landmarks of Leicester

Being the capital city of the province of Leicestershire, the beautiful city of Leicester is an outstanding tourist destination. The city is traversed by the Soar River which gives makes it even more attractive. The United Kingdom’s tenth largest city has numerous fantastic tourist attractions which make it a must-see of the country. Many of them are also well-known landmarks of Leicester. There are sightseeing buses which take you around the city and let you admire the major part of these a... [ read more ]

Top 5 attractions of Winchester

Top 5 attractions of Winchester

Winchester is a beautiful cathedral city situated in England. The spectacular city is a popular tourist attraction, being home to some magnificent attractions. The major landmark of the city is its fantastic cathedral which is considered one of Europe’s largest cathedrals. The city is also famous for its university which is a very prestigious institution in the whole country. Other notable landmarks of Winchester are the Winchester Castle, the Wolvesey Castle, the Hospital of St Cross and th... [ read more ]