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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Cornwall & Devon

The Royal Cornwall Museum – Covering many themes and historic periods this museum is delightfully eclectic , displaying historic treasures relevant to the local culture and history, as well as foreign exhibits of interest. By visiting, one becomes acquainted with vestiges of ancient Rome and Greece, as well as Egypt. Here visitors admire numerous medieval (Read more….)

Wales

Snowdonia National Park – This lively and very active region boasts the highest mountain peak in both Wales and England, Snowdon. It also offers a multitude of choices in terms of pastimes and accommodation, being renowned for its optimal condition for practicing many sports such as cycling, mountain biking, watersports, golf and many more. Also, (Read more….)

South of England

Windsor Castle – In the South of England you will find the official residence of the Queen, Windsor Castle will always be a focal point of interest for any tourist. Besides its importance as a royal residence, the very valuable art collections are a source of fascination and intrigue in themselves. The collections include  extremely (Read more….)

The Lake District

The Lake District If you are staying in one of the many log cabins or Lake District Cottages, while visiting the Lake District for self catering breaks you will undoubtedly spend most of your days walking and hiking outdoors and marvelling at the splendid scenery there is on offer. But, on those days where it (Read more….)

Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Zoo – This fun and comprehensive Zoo, positioned in a naturally beautiful location, is packed full of exotic animals, such as monkeys, lemurs, lions, jaguars and tigers. In addition to that, there is a new area known as “Zoo at home”, which contains smaller and friendlier animals (such as hamsters, rabbits and (Read more….)

Heart of England

Shakespeare’s birthplace (Stratford-Upon-Avon) – The simple construction in Henley Street, Stratford-Upon-Avon, is a place of interest and “cultural pilgrimage” for anyone seeking a deeper knowledge with regards to the literary legend that is William Shakespeare. Like anything related to his life and work, the house owned by his father, John Shakespeare, where the writer was (Read more….)

The North East attractions

BEAMISH MUSEUM As Great Britain’s largest, most complex and most visited open air museum, Beamish submerges visitors in information and features of deep historical, ethnical and cultural significance of North East attractions inEngland. You will find yourself in the middle of meticulous and vivid reproductions of past ways of life, in their every aspect. Housing (Read more….)