Chester England 


The city of Chester started life as the location of a Roman fort more than 2,000 years ago. Perhaps it is this unique heritage that gave the town its wonderful character which holds form to the past whilst embracing all that is modern. The city of Chester is widely regarded as one of the must see destinations in the whole of Europe and once you visit you will understand why. Within the ancient walls of the city you will find colourful and vibrant bars and coffee shops which stand in…

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Aviemore Scotland 


Aviemore is located right at the edge of the Cairngorms National Park and is one of the most popular holiday resorts in Scotland. No matter what time of year you visit, the beauty of the mountains and the landscape will astound you. During the winter months the resort is filled with winter sports enthusiasts whilst the summer sees people coming here to make the most of the beautiful surroundings of the park and all of the highland attractions that the area boasts. Aviemore is one of the major Scottish ski…

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England Melton Mowbray 

Melton Mowbray

Melton Mowbray is located in the county of Leicestershire, just a short distance from the beautiful Vale of Belvoir which when translated really does mean ‘beautiful view’. This is a part of the country with a strong rural tradition and close links to the land. It is perhaps this firm grounding in the rural tradition that has resulted in the town producing such famous produce as Melton Mowbray pork pies, but the excellence does not stop there as the region also produces excellent locally brewed ales and stilton cheese, all…

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England Leicester 


The history of Leicester can be traced back for at least 2,000 years, and over the millennia it has become a very cosmopolitan city with a mixture of cultures. The city is filled with vibrancy and colour and has everything that you could want. There is plenty to see and do here for the whole family, whether you want to delve into the history and heritage of the city or look to the future at the Space Centre. Many of the venues here have won awards for the facilities that…

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Scotland Wick 


The town of Wick that we know today is actually built on the site of an ancient Viking settlement; this was at one time the main town for the northern Highland region. The town of Wick sits either side of the river of the same name and stretches out along both sides of Wick Bay. The bay itself was at one time the busiest herring port in the whole of Europe; this was during the mid nineteenth century when the fishing industry was at its peak here. Commonly referred to…

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England Launceston 


The ancient town of Launceston was once the capital of Cornwall. Though its importance may have waned, the town has retained much of its mystery from the past and now has a history and heritage that is just waiting to be discovered and explored. Launceston Castle dominates that landscape here, standing proud and strong just as it did when it was originally built following the Norman Conquest. Though the fortification is no longer required to protect the town from rampaging marauders from the neighbouring county of Devon, it still has…

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Dartmoor England 


Dartmoor is probably most famous for its National Park, and the number of appearances the bleak and occasionally desolate landscape has appeared in works of fiction from Agatha Christie to Sherlock Holmes. This is the landscape made famous by the Hound of the Baskervilles and little of the landscape here has changed since described by Conan Doyle in the pages of his famous mystery story. However there is much more to Dartmoor than the landscape. There is a wealth of wildlife waiting to be discovered as well as centuries of…

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Brechin Scotland 


Brechin is located along the banks of the River South Esk in Angus. Although small, this was once classed as a city and the cathedral still looms large in the centre of town today. It is home to an impressive round tower dating from the 11th century, one of only two of its kind in mainland Scotland. This is a part of Scotland that was once home to the Picts, and visitors can learn more about these ancient people at Pictavia which is located in a beautiful countryside park in…

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England Winchester 


The beautiful city of Winchester is only an hour away from London which makes it the perfect place to stay if you want to enjoy all the sights and sounds of the country’s capital by day and enjoy a more peaceful environment of an evening. It is an ancient city with lots of history beneath its streets. The city skyline is dominated by the cathedral which is well worth a visit and there are many award winning restaurants, cafes and bars in which to relax and enjoy a treat or…

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Culross Scotland 


Culross is a beautiful, historic town located in the Kingdom of Fife. It is widely regarded as being one of the most picturesque as it sits and looks out over that Firth of Forth. Local lore has it that the town was founded by St Serf, and as you wander around the place you can easily let your imagination take you to these same streets some several centuries in the past. The streets are charming, the buildings white and colour washed and topped with traditional red tiles. The Town House…

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