Called the happiest place to live in the UK, the most popular seaside destination for tourists on the island, and also a “UK gay capital”- Brighton is definitely an interesting city to visit, and a Brighton day trip is easy to organize. Here are the tips on how to spend a great day in Brighton.Continue reading “How to Spend Awesome Day in Brighton – 8 Ideas for Your Day Trip to Brighton”
Set amongst the hilly English countryside, Bath, the only place in the UK with natural hot springs and honey-colored architecture is packed with historic sites, museums, cute cafes, and rewarding walks. Explore the best places to visit in Bath on a day trip or on a weekend.Continue reading “16 Top Places to Visit in Bath You Can’t Miss – Travel Guide to the charming English town”
If you like off the beaten path places and you’ve already seen the main sights with Big Ben and Tower Bridge, try travelling more east to visit different London’s neighbourhood. Dive into the chaotic mix of great food places, pop-up designer shops, hidden cafes and colourful street art in the Brick Lane in London’s East End.
Red brick houses, rich history, local Ale and sun – this is how I see England, and this was exactly how it welcomed us last weekend. In the need of city break – we booked spontaneous trip to Salisbury. This small town is mostly known as a stop on the way to the best known pre-historic monument in Europe – Stonehenge and home of the Magna Carta in Salisbury Cathedral – but it’s not only this.
Do you want to see the place, where it rains horizontally, guys not always wear pants and the whisky is a most common drink? Welcome to Scotland!