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Category: Cities

Bristol – Creative Heart of the South-West

by lauren on 30 Jan 2014

A major city in the south-west of England, Bristol began to develop as a key port on the estuary of the River Avon in the 11th century, rivalling Liverpool as a centre for trans-Atlantic trade by the 1700s. Today, the city of Bristol is renowned for its creative industry, most…

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Winchester Xmas
Category: Cities,Holidays

UK Christmas Markets

by lauren on 22 Nov 2013

Christmas shopping does not have to mean the stressful push and shove of high street shopping in the stores you have been visiting all year round. Up and down Britain there are some fantastic Christmas markets that make shopping exciting and fun. Why not give one of these a try?…

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Category: Cities,Holidays

Blackpool Tower Reaches New Heights

by lauren on 14 Nov 2013

As BBC One’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ heads to the Blackpool this weekend and the celebrities and professional dancers experience the magic of the Tower Ballroom we examine all that this landmark has to offer. Blackpool Tower is one of Britain’s many Tourist attractions and it is sometimes referred to as…

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Category: Cities,Holidays

Glasgow – City of Culture on the Clyde

by lauren on 6 Jun 2013

Transformed in recent years from playing second fiddle to Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh, the sprawling city of Glasgow – on the River Clyde on the Scottish west coast – is now billed as a cultural centre and city of style. Once an industrial powerhouse, Glasgow has been regenerated as a city…

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Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury – Music, Mythology & More

by lauren on 18 Apr 2013

The medieval market town of Glastonbury in Somerset hits the headlines nearly every year thanks to the area hosting one of Britain’s biggest music festivals. Hundreds of thousands of revellers fill the fields of a farm near the town for the Glastonbury Festival over a weekend during the summer to…

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