Not far from London, these iconic English destinations offer small town charm, rich history and look at some of England’s top writers and poets.
There are strings attached to this workshop in England, where students learn how to make violins, violas, guitars and bows.
In the Outer Hebrides Islands of Scotland, the airport landing strip is a beach, sheep outnumber people and life takes on a slower pace.
With its ancient roads and Viking roots, York, England is popular with visitors. From the National Railway Museum to Bettys Café Tea Rooms, here are the top things to do in York.
There’s no more iconic image of the British Empire than a redcoat soldier. From Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle, here are 10 places to see them.
Just 20 miles off the northeastern coast of Scotland, Orkney is an archipelago of 70 islands best-known for their Neolithic sites, tall sandstone cliffs and seal colonies. In Visiting the Orkney Islands, part one in our series on these unique Scottish islands, learn more on what to see and do in Orkney.
Glamping is growing in popularity all over the world, and it’s especially big in the UK. Here are eight reasons why you should try glamping in the British Isles this summer.
An overnight stay in this storied palace brings spine-tingling adventure.
When a traveler stumbles upon the Nellie Dean, a classic corner pub in London’s Soho, he enters as a stranger, but quickly finds himself among friends.
The world is full of crazy things. Take these museums, for instance. From a collection of toilets to an underwater museum, here are some of the quirkiest museums on the planet.
Traveling in the Highlands reveals a different side of Scotland, with craggy rock-strewn mountains and towering cliffs that plunge to the sea below.
A local shares what she loves about the unspoiled Kingdom of the Cats in Scotland – and why you might want to visit Caithness too.