Windsor Castle is one of the official residencies of Queen Elizabeth II. A visit here is bound to be a fantastic experience. Worldwide, it is the largest...
Loch Lomond, idylically located within Trossachs National Park, Scotlands first national park, is the biggest lake in Britain. It is also said to be the most beautiful. It features more than 30 islands that boast a great biodiversity....
Highgate Cemetery was opened in 1839 in the London Borough of Camden, in north west London. With its atmospheric paths winding through tombs, mausoleums,...
When it comes to the fabulous architecture of Edinburgh, the impressive Edinburgh Castle is the icing on the cake, situated on Castle Rock. If you ever make...
Within the country, the National Museum of Scotland is one of the top 10 most popular attractions in Great Britain and, on international scale, one of the top 20 most visited...
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If you ever make it to Scotland, paying a visit to a whisky distillery is a must! Should your Scotland trip take you only through Edinburgh, then the...
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Loch Ness is Britain's most famous lake. Who doesn't know the legend of the monster said to wander inside its depths? The loch is Scotland's second...
Whitby is a small coastal town in North Yorkshire County. The town became famous for Bram Stoker's novel Dracula from 1897. During a visit, the church of St. Mary's and its cemetery...
The Seven Sisters is a series of impressive chalk cliffs in the South of England, located between Eastbourne and Seaford. Situated within South Downs National Park, they are perfect...
Tate Gallery of Modern Art, or Tate Modern , is the biggest museum of modern art in the world. It is located at the south bank of river Thames in London, inside of a converted power...
A visit at Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall takes you back to Victorian England. Forgotten and overlooked for a long time, the mysterious gardens are...
The Tower of London is one of the main sights you shouldn't miss on your trip to the English capital. Dive into Britain's rich history as you visit Tower...
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Tower Bridge is one of London's most famous landmarks. The most striking feature are of course the two neo-gothic towers that gave the bridge its name....
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