United Kingdom

Dec 13, 2019• by FlyingScotsGirl

Where to Find the Best Views of Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle perches high above the city on a rocky volcanic plug known as Castle Rock. She is moody and foreboding, often shrouded in bleak grey cloud adding to her mystery. Home to...

Aug 30, 2019• by tillystravels

Why you should spend New Year's in London

We didn't have any plans for New Year and wanted to do something fun. Of course we could have just found a party somewhere but isn't traveling much more fun? And why not spend New Year's Eve with you...

Aug 22, 2019• by travellingwithmynikon

Visit Perthshire, Scotland

The last time I visited Perthshire, I went to Scone Palace and didn't go to the city centre or visit any other sights, but this time I didn't make that mistake. With over an area of 6500 square...

Aug 20, 2019• by Laurel

Top 5 Things to See and Do in London

1. London Eye – You can't miss the UK's most popular tourist attraction which gives you amazing views over London. It's the tallest observation wheel in all of Europe. 2. See a West End Show...

3 Day Coast Backpacker Tour- Brighton & Seven Sisters

Our most backpacker-oriented and eccentric tour takes you through some of the familiar sights of English tourists but also some of the more alternative! Check out the hipster and left-wing scene in colourful seaside town Brighton, and then let us take you to some of the most breathtaking natural sights on the Jurassic Coast!

3 Day Classic Backpacker Tour- Oxford, Bath, Stonehenge

Our classic tour of the South of England encompasses some of the most visited historic cities in the country- academic Oxford with its universities and stunning buildings, honey-coloured stone traditional villages in The Cotswolds and the Roman city of relaxation- Bath. And of course we couldn’t finish a classic trip without a visit to Stoneheng

7 Day North-West Explorer Backpacker Tour- Liverpool & Lakes

Our flagship tour takes in a whole cross-section of English culture and sights! Learn about the great scholars of Oxford, see live music where it all began for The Beatles in the 1960’s in Liverpool, have a go on the fruit machines in English seaside favourite Blackpool, check out the Roman ruins in Chester and get stuck into long hikes

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