Cider and beer tours in Britain

Cider and beer tours in Britain

It is no secret that Brits like the tipple and not only the tea. They make excellent cider and beer, just like the Scots make excellent whisky. When you visit a foreign country, you surely go to a restaurant and order local food specialties and drinks. Well, if you visit Britain on your next holiday, I recommend you to try out their gorgeous cider and beer. These drinks are not only recommended for those who love beer. Even if you don’t usually consume alcohol, you must try these drinks if... [ read more ]

The best events in Cardiff

The best events in Cardiff

Cardiff is one of the top tourist destinations of the UK, of Europe and even of the entire world. In 2008 the city was listed as one of the world’s top 13 destinations. The Welsh capital city is a fantastic place to visit. It is abundant in unique landmarks and tourist attractions. Cardiff Castle, Castell Coch, St. Fagans Castle and Llandaff Cathedral are just some of the most representative and most recognizable landmarks of the city. Besides the fantastic things to see, there are lots of ... [ read more ]

How the Irish celebrate Saint Patrick's Day

How the Irish celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day

If you don’t know much of Saint Patrick’s Day, I will tell you some information about it. Besides the basic information, I will present you below some facts relating to how the Irish celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. It is a religious and cultural holiday which is celebrated on the 17th of March, being dedicated to the patron of Ireland, Saint Patrick. The holiday has its origins in the 17th century. This day actually commemorates the arrival of Christianity in the country. Irish peopl... [ read more ]

Top 3 weirdest festivals in Ireland

Top 3 weirdest festivals in Ireland

It is no news that Britain has got its fair share of the unusual from classical mysteries, like the Beltane celebrations, to the more modern whimsies, like the Olney Pancake Race. But what about the neighbors across the Irish Sea? Let us see the top 3 weirdest festivals in Ireland that you have to visit once in your life! Also watch the funny video below promoting the numerous great events taking place all over the country in 2013, all of them are amazing! Puck Fair, Killorglin, Co.... [ read more ]

Top events and festivals of Edinburgh

Top events and festivals of Edinburgh

The capital city of Scotland is the second largest city of the country and one of the most attractive. It is visited annually by dozens of tourists, being the second most visited cities of the United Kingdom. One of the major attractions of the city are the several fantastic festivals. They say that festivals are what Edinburgh does best. The great variety of events and festivals in the town take place throughout the year. The famous Edinburgh Festivals which is actually a group of official an... [ read more ]

Must-see Spring festivals in the UK

Must-see Spring festivals in the UK

Some countries are interesting mostly during festivals, when there are more than enough activities and attractions to keep busy those travelers who are not too interested in sightseeing. However, this is not the case with the UK, where it is practically impossible to be bored even for a second. With so many attractions both natural and artificial, the UK is a tourist magnet all year round. However, things pick up even more in festival season, when a visit to the UK becomes even more exciting... [ read more ]