8 Unique Places To Take a Walking Holiday in Great Britain
Walking is a perfect activity for your holidays, allowing you to see the breathtaking countryside and other natural wonders in Great Britain. Mountains, lochs, moors, lakes, and crags; you are never far away from a magnificent walk in the UK. So, here is the list of 8 unique places to take unforgettable walking holidays.
Travel Advice for people with disabilities and mobility concerns as they visit the UK
Planning a UK holiday can be quite a nerve-wracking experience, especially if you have a disability. You have to ensure that the place you are visiting have the wheelchair access, ensuring there are lifts, the accommodation is accessible, and car parking is also close by. But, whether you have plans to explore the rugged Yorkshire countryside or want to enjoy the gorgeous coastline of Cornwall, rest assured there are good options for the disabled people. So, allow me to give advice for all the people planning a UK holiday who have mobility concerns.
Exciting Adventures For Families Visiting London
If you are not able to decide what to do in London and are looking for the popular places to visit along with your kids, then leave all your worries behind and allow me to discuss top free things entertain the whole family while you are in London. I am going to discuss some of the popular tourist attractions in London including – Museums, Theme Parks, and various other activities for kids.
Top Things To Sites to See And Things To Do In Edinburgh
If you want to spend your holidays in a city which is known to have a long list of historical and cultural attractions, then you need to book your tickets to the capital of Scotland – Edinburgh. After London, it is the second most popular destinations in the United Kingdom. And this is just not a vague statement; I will be narrating all those reasons why you should visit this beautiful city and what are the top things to see and do while you are in the city.
Top Spring Break UK Destinations For Families in 2017
If you are longing for a much needed break and you want to have a great time with your family then spring is a wonderful time to travel. You will not only have longer days to spend more time with your family members but the pleasant weather will allow you to explore the exotic locations that the UK has to offer. Spring time is when nature is at its best, you get to see bumble bees drone in the gardens, beautiful peacock butterflies circle in the air, and birds singing in earnest.
Can a Solicitor Cover You When Something Goes Wrong Abroad?
The ease of travel opportunities that have resulted from increasing travel opportunities have meant that it is easier than ever before to form friends and have foreign interests in countries all across the globe. With such opportunities come added issues such as the risk into running into an international legal issue. With language barrier and other complications getting in the way of problems that can occur abroad, it is important to consider what will happen in the case of an international legal problem. Some solicitors are better able than others to help with legal issues that arise overseas.
Brecon Beacons vs Wye Valley Activities – All The Adventure You Can Handle! The Brecon Beacons and Wye Valley are two stunning areas less than 20 miles from one another. Each has its own distinct geographical beauty, but both are hugely popular tourist destinations perfect for getting outdoors.
Brecon Beacons National Park is a grassy, heather-clad mountainous region situated just above South Wales’ historic coal mining region. This dramatic landscape, shaped by glaciers in the last Ice Age, was designated a national park in 1957. Here you’ll find South Wales’ highest peak, Pen y Fan, and a whole host of cracking outdoor activities reign supreme. In contrast, the Wye Valley is condensed to 58 miles of the River Wye to form some spectacular limestone gorge landscapes and dense ravine woodlands.
Traveling With Pets in Great Britain
More of us are choosing to travel with our dogs than ever before, with one survey findings that 77% of us let our pets affect our travel plans. But while the UK may be as dog-mad as many other nations, finding pet-friendly accommodation isn’t always the easiest task. Many hotels shun dogs, making travelling a complicated and expensive affair.
If you’re looking for somewhere to stay with your pooch the good news is that we’ve done the hard work for you. Read on for a detailed list of pet-friendly hotels you might like to consider in the British Isles…
Top 5 locations for gaming enthusiasts to vacation.
If you are a gamer of any kind, chances are that you will be interested in visiting locations that are known as the best places to play their game of choice. Travelling to these locations is great to be able to tick off your bucket list, and it will also allow you to meet other like-minded gamers to share your love for gaming! Here are our top 5 locations for gaming enthusiasts of all kinds!
Famous TV and Movie Coffee Shop Hangouts
All of our favorite TV sitcom shows seem to have a comfy neighborhood coffee shop where all the popular characters gather to exchange their inner-most feelings and to share a laugh or two, even if it is supplied by a phony laugh-track…. Even so, travelers love to search out the real diners and coffee shops that were used as TV settings. Probably Tom’s Restaurant in Manhattan is the most famous, as the gathering spot for the Seinfeld gang.
7 Savvy Tricks To Get The Best Deals On London Hotels.
Visiting London at any time can bring you the challenge of finding the best deals in the area—after all, it’s highly likely that you’re not the only one wanting to experience what the city has to offer when the weather is at its best. Not to worry: you can get an edge over other travellers and save money on your London accommodation if you have these seven tricks up your sleeve.
Here are 10 great reasons why this may be the best time to visit Britain in the last thirty years.
Probably a few weeks ago you had no idea what “Brexit” was or how it would affect Britain immediately after the vote to leave the European Union. The vote of the people of Britain to approve Brexit last week, sent proverbial shock waves through the world’s financial markets. The result was an unprecedented drop in British Pounds Sterling to the lowest value in decades. Today the GBP is down to the lowest value again the USD in 3 decades. As a result, the number of internet searches for fights to Britain have increased by an estimated 50%. Travelers know there are bargains to be had across-the-pond, so don’t miss this opportunity to travel to the United Kingdom for less than it’s cost in many, many years.
Best Urban Beaches From Paris to Philadelphia – Summer City Beaches Are Popping Up In Land-Locked Cities Around The World
July is almost here when all thoughts turn to lazing at the beach with friends. In major land-locked cities across the globe, temporary beaches are popping along river banks to give city-dwellers and visitors a bit of sun and sand fun. City beaches are not a new idea but, when Paris brought in sand and palm trees to line the banks of the Seine River in summer, the world took notice. Paris Plages become an immediate passion for Parisians who couldn’t escape to the Med for a beach vacation. You just can’t keep a good idea from spreading and soon pop-up urban beaches were being created in major cities across the world. So grab you flip flops and beach chair and head to one of the world’s most popular pop-up city beaches!
13 Historic Monuments Where Mystery Prevails
The world is a rich and wonderful place that’s full of surprises. Mysteries can be found in the most unexpected corners of the Earth – and many of them are left unsolved despite centuries of speculation.
Here are 13 mysterious historical monuments, from those well-loved in pop culture, to lesser known curiosities from ancient times, all waiting for your exploration:
6 Amazing Buildings You Probably Didn’t Know Were Built for British Royalty
With Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday being celebrated this weekend, everyone’s attention will be focused on a number of iconic royal destinations in the UK like Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. But these great palaces are not the only impressive buildings that are linked to the British royal family.
It would seem that media superstars know a thing or two about glamorous experiences and luxury surroundings. After all, if you had mega-millions at your disposal, you’d definitely have a taste for the finest luxury goods and most breathtaking settings. So it should be no surprise that many media celebrities have purchased resort properties to reflect their personal vision of resort utopia. While some have failed, many have succeeded in becoming the most glamorous and sought after resort properties in the world.
Here’s a look at The World’s Most Glamorous Celebrity Owned Resorts
Going to France by ferry can be quite an adventure but is often overlooked since flying and the Chunnel are faster options. Flying has its own delights no doubt, but the ever annoying delays on arrival, to airport car parks make it less than a fulfilling experience. Crossing the Channel by ferry however lets you watch the Isle of Wight fade into the haze, watch the waves made by the ferry as it moves, and best of all, you get to travel with your car, motorhome or caravan from one country to the other. Ferry crossing is a thrill that needs to be rediscovered.
Surely nowhere else on earth are there as many celebratory festivals as there are in Europe each year. For centuries local cultures have gathered to honor and celebrate everything from gaming competitions to religious holidays, to cultural traditions and even an abundance of beloved food items. The result is a kaleidoscope of festivals worthy of your participation.
Here’s a look at some of Europe’s most popular festival gatherings month by month:
The first Sherlock Holmes story (A Study in Scarlet) was published in 1887 and it took London by storm. It combined cold logic, meticulous observation, forensic science and the now-familiar format of the detective story. Did you know that although Holmes uses fingerprint analysis in his first case, Scotland Yard didn’t introduce the technique until 1901?
Join the team from the London Pass on a Sherlock Holmes self guided walking tour across central London.