A local’s guide to Kingston upon Hull, UK

A local’s guide to Kingston upon Hull, UK

Did you know that Kingston upon Hull, UK was named UK’s City of Culture? I didn’t know that, and I’m happy to present you a local’s guide to Kingston upon Hull, UK written by Fiona from Fiona Travels from Asia....
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What happens in London every minute (infographic)

What happens in London every minute (infographic)

It’s famous. It’s big. It constantly lures many tourists as it has a lot to offer all year round. It’s London! If you’ve visited it, you were, most likely, impressed. If you didn’t visit it, it probably is on your...
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Liverpool travel guide: what to do, where to stay, where to eat, and tips

Liverpool travel guide: what to do, where to stay, where to eat, and tips

Liverpool is a beautiful city in North West England that will charm you with its lovely cathedrals, several UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the city’s centre, famous landmarks, the oldest Chinatown in Europe, and more. To help you plan your...
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A local’s travel guide to Birmingham, UK

A local’s travel guide to Birmingham, UK

Birmingham, UK, is a very famous – and big – city in Europe, and a wonderful destination to visit while in England. With its numerous canals, lovely architecture, splendid green spaces, Birmingham has a lot to offer. Here is a...
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A Walking Tour of Liverpool’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites

A Walking Tour of Liverpool’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Article by Laura Bowery Quite possibly one of the UK’s most misunderstood cities is Liverpool. From childhood there were the stereotypes of tracksuits, curly wigs and thick black moustaches. This accompanied by a wonderfully sing song accent exaggerated the ...
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A guide to Manchester

A guide to Manchester

Article by Subhadrika Sen from Trekkers of the East The city of Manchester is the third largest city in England after London and Birmingham. It is located in the North-West of United Kingdom and is home to the most famous...
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The Shell Grotto (UK) is a subterranean passageway with walls decorated with 4.6 million seashells

The Shell Grotto (UK) is a subterranean passageway with walls decorated with 4.6 million seashells

Some of the interesting places on this Earth remain an enigma. The Shell Grotto in Margate, UK, is such a place. Easily to miss on your travel, this is a stunning subterranean passageway with walls decorated with 4.6 million seashells....
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Finding the Right Meeting Venues in Acton

Finding the Right Meeting Venues in Acton

If you find yourself in charge of making arrangements for a meeting venue for a meeting, seminar or conference for your business or organization, you are going to need to put some work into the process. You need to take...
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What to Do In Warwickshire

What to Do In Warwickshire

As a visitor there are lots of things to see, plentiful places to visit and a verity of holiday cottages Warwickshire for a great retreat. In the often forgotten north of the county, lies the historic town of Atherstone –...
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Special romantic parks and gardens in the UK

Special romantic parks and gardens in the UK

Love is a wonderful feeling and those in a relation are truly blessed. But, after a while, some people take it for granted and they lose sight of how important it is and how grateful they should be. To avoid...
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