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CITY GUIDES

Our guides to the cities and towns of England, Scotland and Wales. From history and prominence of the capital cities of London, Cardiff and Edinburgh to the Victorian grandeur of Bath.

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CITY AND TOWN GUIDES
Our guides to the variety of visitor attractions to explore across England, Scotland and Wales

 

 

CARDIFF
city guide

Effortlessly combining old and new and with a fiercely patriotic people, Cardiff makes a proud and fitting capital city for the ancient land of Wales. This Victorian glory period of the city has left some marvelous and intriguing souvenirs of Cardiff's industrial heritage and the vast wealth that came with it.

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EDINBURGH
city guide

Soaking up the history of Edinburgh and its surrounds is a "must" during any visit to Scotland. Synonymous with the nation's ancient culture, the capital of Scotland is also visually spectacular, bristling with elegant architecture and hallmarks of a long and turbulent history.

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LONDON
city guide

Whether it's iconic sites and historic landmarks, the pomp and pageantry of English tradition, the modern world of politics, culture and sport or simply to soak up the sights and sounds of a city with a life of its own, to experience London is to experience every aspect of English life and will make a highlight for any trip to England.

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CITIES AND TOWNS OF ENGLAND

LIVERPOOL
city guide

European Capital of Culture in 2008, Liverpool is a vibrant, modern cultural centre with a rugged maritime past and is best known as the home of the world-renowned Beatles. Liverpool is home to wealth of historic and cultural landmarks; the Albert Docks waterfront area of the city is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, home to more listed buildings than any other city in Britain outside of London.

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STRATFORD-UPON_AVON
city guide

Once a quaint and unassuming market settlement, Stratford-upon-Avon is most renowned for one of its 16th century residents, William Shakespeare, and remains England's most popular visitor destinations even today.

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OXFORD
city guide

Home to cobbled streets, medieval architecture and the "dreaming spires" of one of the world's most renowned universities, Oxford is a gem waiting to be discovered.

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BATH
city guide

Bath is a city of unrivalled charm and beauty harbouring a rich history waiting to be explored. With foundations built in Roman times and a rebirth in the Georgian era, today the entire city has been granted UNESCO world Heritage status.

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YORK
city guide

A true highlight and one of Northern England's most visited destinations, York city is a flip-book of British life throughout the ages. Set amidst the tranquility of the Dales and Moors, with a picturesque riverside location, intricate architecture, iconic sites and over 30 musuems and exhibitions within its central area, it is not surprising that York is one of Britain’s most popular visitor cities.

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PORTSMOUTH
city guide

England's principle naval city, Portsmouth has been a strategic seafaring port throughout England's history from our first forays on to the ocean to current times; today this rich maritime history is on full display at the city's stunning historic dockyard.

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CANTERBURY
city guide

Situated on a prehistoric route linking London with the southeast coast, Canterbury was the end point of the Pilgrim's Way, an ancient pilgrimage to the cathedral. This pilgrimage was made famous by Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.

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DOVER
city guide

Dover is most well-known for the world famous White Cliffs from which you can enjoy an exhilarating cliff top walk with spectacular views. But the cliffs are by no means the only reason to visit Dover.

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CITIES AND TOWNS OF SCOTLAND

PORTREE
city guide

A charming harbour town set against the breathtaking back drop of the Cuillin Mountains, Portree is the main town of the Isle of Skye and offers the perfect base from which to explore this enchanting island. Offering a quaint slice of Scottish island-life and an ideal hub for exploring, Portree is a natural destination for anyone visiting the unmissable Isle of Skye.

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FORT WILLIAM
city guide

Scenically set between Loch Linnhe and Ben Nevis, Fort William is a bustling harbour town renowned as the Outdoor Capital of Scotland. Fort William provides an ideal base from which to explore the great outdoors and an ideal stopover on route to the northern highlands.

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GLASGOW
city guide

Scotland's largest city, Glasgow is a thriving urban centre home to the hallmarks of a rugged history of trade and industry whilst remaining at the fore-front of modern Scottish culture. Glasgow is also home to traditional and unique architecture, world renowned museums and some Scottish icons.

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INVERNESS
city guide

With its excellent rail and road links reaching to all corners of Scotland and particularly the far North, the charming city of Inverness provides an ideal base for exploring the Highlands and a host of iconic Scottish attractions.

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ABERDEEN
city guide

Scotland's third largest city, Aberdeen is a lively, maritime port of Georgian architecture perched overlooking the wild North Sea and providing an excellent base for exploring the Royal Deeside region of Scotland.

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ST ANDREWS
city guide

Famed as the spiritual home of golf and a mecca for fans of the sport, St Andrews also holds a much wider appeal with its host of historic visitor sites and an upbeat social scene. Besides the sporting heritage however, St Andrews has so much more to offer visitors.

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STIRLING
city guide

The beautiful city of Stirling lies at the heart of Scotland both figuratively and literally. With an enchanting Castle to rival Edinburgh it was once the Royal seat of Scotland and has played a pivotal role in the nation's turbulent history.

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CITIES AND TOWNS OF WALES

CONWY & LLANDUDNO
city guide

The Victorians and Edwardians called Llandudno the Queen of the Welsh resorts and it was graced with some of the most elegant seaside architecture in Britain. Neighbouring Conwy is one of Britain's finest examples of a medieval walled town and home to a fabulous medieval fortress.

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ST DAVID'S
city guide

St Davids, is the picturesque ecclesiastical capital of Wales, and is named after the patron saint of Wales, Saint David. Nestling on the coast of Pembrokeshire it enjoys a tranquil and picturesque setting in the far South West of Wales.

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CARDIFF
city guide

Effortlessly combining old and new and with a fiercely patriotic people, Cardiff makes a proud and fitting capital city for the ancient land of Wales. This Victorian glory period of the city has left some marvelous and intriguing souvenirs of Cardiff's industrial heritage and the vast wealth that came with it.

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TENBY
city guide

Tenby is another chocolate box welsh tourist resort with beautiful beaches, colourful houses, shops, cafes and pubs all linked by cobbled streets.

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DESTINATION GUIDES

Our destination guide to Britain and the nations of England, Scotland and Wales. Explore the geography, history and character of our country along with our take on the key places to see and do.

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Our destination guides to the regions of England, Scotland and Wales. Explore the geography, history and character of each region along with our take on the key places to see and do.

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ATTRACTION GUIDES

Our guides to the variety of visitor attractions to explore across England, Scotland and Wales. Read more about each attraction, their history, location and what makes each one unique to Britain.

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