Your tourist guide to Northern England

Your tourist guide to Northern England

England is a breathtaking country and so is its northern part. It is home to numerous vibrant cities, five spectacular World Heritage Sites and four beautiful national parks. Visiting Northern England is with no doubt a great choice if you would like to have a wonderful holiday. This part of the country is considered by many a true jewel. From wild nature to huge cities, visitors can find several kinds of attractions here. Below I will present you the best tourist destinations and sights of No... [ read more ]

Top 5 historic churches in Yorkshire

Top 5 historic churches in Yorkshire

The United Kingdom is home to several gorgeous historic towns which include numerous historic buildings and monuments. The country is home to some of the finest churches in Europe, as it is Yorkshire, too. There are some amazing and beautiful historic churches here. Yorkshire is an important historic county of Northern England and the largest in the United Kingdom. Besides the beautiful churches, there are some fantastic architectural jewels here, such as castles, stately homes, palaces, city ... [ read more ]

Top 5 British seaside resort towns

Top 5 British seaside resort towns

Summer is here! If you like seaside resorts but you still don’t know where to spend your holiday, let me give you a tip: in Britain! Great Britain is one of the most popular tourist destinations of the whole world. If you would like to have a gorgeous vacation, you can’t go wrong with this country! Not only the seaside resorts and coastal parts of Britain are famous, but also the historic towns, the impressive monuments and buildings, the national parks, rural sites, its fascinating hist... [ read more ]

The best urban travel destinations in Yorkshire

The best urban travel destinations in Yorkshire

Yorkshire county is widely regarded as the most scenic, diverse and historical counties in the UK, which is not something that's easy to accomplish. Yorkshire (or God's own country, as the locals jokingly call it) is so large that is was split into four parts to be better managed, and so utterly beautiful that it will incarnate all the Gothic and romantic fantasies that anyone's ever had of England. The gloomy moors, the rolling hills, the craggy and menacing cliffs, as well the green and id... [ read more ]

5 destinations for Christmas in the UK

5 destinations for Christmas in the UK

British winters are not exactly famed for being white and idyllic, but neither are they the wet and gloomy affairs that they are made out to be. And  even if December ends up being on the wet side, the holiday season in the UK is fun and exciting enough to take your mind off the weather. e Christmas is a big deal in the UK: villages, towns and cities are decorated with colorful lights, the Christmas rush begins, and carols are heard everywhere. Whether you want to cozy up with your family a... [ read more ]

Where to eat the best scones in the UK

Where to eat the best scones in the UK

British deserts tend to be creative and end up being exactly what you need to accompany a cup of tea on a rainy afternoon, but perhaps some of the best known sweet treats in the UK are scones. A proper cream tea can't be had without at least a couple of freshly baked scones slathered in generous amounts of clotted cream and a dollop of jam on top. These omnipresent pastries are not difficult to find in run of the mill cafes and bakeries, but if you only want the very best, then we have a few... [ read more ]

The best hiking destinations in the UK

The best hiking destinations in the UK

The UK's countryside might look like a poster for domestic bliss and healthy walks, but there's a space left on the British Isles for those travelers too who like to sweat a bit on their way to some far off corner of nature where you can kick back and disconnect from civilization. The highest peak in the UK might not compare to the likes of Himalaya, but there's a fair bit of hiking to be done, from strenuous climbs to trails that even a newbie can tackle. So if you're a hiking addict who's ... [ read more ]

Top 5 attractions in Yorkshire

Top 5 attractions in Yorkshire

Yorkshire is the largest, and arguably one of the most beautiful and culturally rich historic counties in England, that combines idyllic countryside scenery with lively cities full of period charm. Yorkshire is one of the most visited counties in England, and since a large influx of tourists is always expected there are some amazing facilities that will make your stay even more pleasant. Yorkshire didn't get famous for simply being a pretty place - it is an extraordinary place, with extraordinar... [ 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 most famous places in Britain

The most famous places in Britain

Britain has been around for quite a while, and the fact that it produced some of the most loved and respected writers and artists in the world lead to the rise to fame of several places in the country. After all, the best way to make a place known is to write about it or paint it! And even if that's not the case, there are some destinations in Britain that have a claim to fame, for one reason or another. So if you want to be able to say that you stepped foot on some really famous destination... [ read more ]