With its dramatic castle and riverfront location, Windsor surely ranks among England’s most photogenic cities and at less than 50km from London, it’s an attractive detour from the capital. Many visitors swoop in on a day trip, but there’s plenty to warrant an overnight for those wanting to escape London’s crowds. To help inspire you, here are 5 great things to do in Windsor.
From its legendary football teams to its iconic pop groups like The Beatles, the cultural capital of the north has a long history of making the headlines, but the best part of visiting North England are the prices, with tours, accommodation and food all costing notably less than in London or the South. Whether you’re on a strict budget or saving your pounds for a few happy hour cocktails; here are some of the best free things to do in Liverpool.
Northwest of London and bordering Wales, the West Midlands is a region all-too-often missed off tourist itineraries, but with its historic towns, multicultural cities and rolling countryside, it offers an authentic taste of central England. The best way to get off-the-beaten-track is to hire a car, but trains and buses also connect all the main sights to London and the North. To help you plan your itinerary, here are the top 5 must-see attractions in the West Midlands.
Less than 30 miles west of London, the historic town of Windsor makes an easy choice for a day trip, and there are fun activities available to keep the whole family entertained. Here are a few ideas for things to do in Windsor with kids.
As the birthplace of William Shakespeare, Stratford-upon-Avon — a small central England town — has long punched above its weight when it comes to tourism. Throngs of visitors make their way to the town to walk in the footsteps of the iconic playwright.