Tag Archives: England
London is one of the coolest cities in the world to visit – and it’s not hard to understand the appeal for the 16 million visitors London welcomes every year– the glorious Buckingham Palace, the uncanny Madame Tussauds, the creepy London dungeon and the list goes on, but if you’ve have visited London more than a few times, even these iconic landmarks can get a bit… samey. Here are some unusual and charming places off the beaten path in London to include on your next trip... The Hunterian
The city of Brighton and Hove has long been known to welcome thousands of visitors throughout the year who visit in an attempt to try and explore what the city has to offer. The city is found to the south coast just a few hours from the capital of London. Travel blogs such as travelvana have ranked the city among the top destinations to visit in England. The city has a good number of hotels all of which have been designed to try and reflect the city's past. Buildings such as the Victorian building
If you’ve never been to London, you’ve probably got a pretty caricatured image of it in your head – all cockerney geezers, fish and chips, bowler hatted businessmen and Big Ben ringing through the foggy streets. But London, United Kingdom is so much more than a set of well-worn clichés. Want to see the real London? Then leave your car with the great staff at the Stansted meet and greet, make your way to the centre of the city and check out this guide. A great day out London is, as you might
Travelodge recently published a very well-done infographic and study on their blog about a new trend of people in the UK opting for“Staycations” rather than traditional vacations, i.e. abroad. They found that around 74% of British people will travel within the UK this year, a number which has grown to 40% in the past four years. This movement of people staying within the UK is expected to boost the local economy by 15 billion GBP in 2014! This infographic and research came from Travelodge.