England Manchester 


Manchester hasn’t always had the best reputation when it comes to being a haven for tourists, but over the past few years Manchester has gained a reputation for being a cultural hub, attracting visitors from all around the world, making it the third most popular city for tourist visits in the whole of the UK. What was once the industrial heart of the country has now become the place to be to discover all that is great about Britain.  The city has plenty of incredible museums that not only chart…

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Inverness Scotland 


Regarded as the Capital City of the Highland region, the city of Inverness is situated at the northern end of the Great Glen, at the point where the River Ness meets and flows away into the Moray Firth. This city has been the gateway to the highland regions for centuries. It was an ancient fortress located on the western side of the city that was the home and defensive base of the Pictish Kings as far back as the 400’s. It is believed that this ancient fortress met destruction in…

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Belfast Northern Ireland 


The capital city of Northern Ireland Belfast has seen many a transformation in recent years. Much of the city has been redeveloped and there are now a wealth of excellent hotels and restaurants just waiting to welcome visitors to the city. The city itself is filled with incredible buildings highlighting the very best in 19th and 20th century architecture. The River Lagan flows through the centre of the city and then out into the North Channel. The river has for a long time been the life blood of the city…

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England London 


If you are travelling to the United Kingdom no visit would be complete without spending some time in the capital. There is so much to see and do here that you could easily fill a long weekend seeing the sights and still be left wanting to see more. No matter what you look for in a city break London has it all, from centuries of history to the very best in interactive museum exhibitions which use the very latest cutting edge technology. London has attractions that will thrill and inspire…

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Lisburn Northern Ireland 


Lisburn is one Irish city that has become famous for its many attractions and activities on offer to visitors.  This is a city filled with colour and life, it is a dynamic city which offers excellent shopping, exciting outdoor pursuits, unique visitor attractions, excellent restaurants, historic sites and an annual calendar filled with exciting events and festivals like the Ulster Grand Prix and the Hillsborough International Oyster Festival. The range of activities and attraction on offer make this the perfect place for a family holiday. There is always something happening…

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Armagh Northern Ireland 


Armagh is a historic city, containing many fascinating sights and attractions, more than many other cities. It is also regarded as being the city of St Patrick, and the place where the last king of Ireland Brian Boru was born. Armagh also has a religious importance too as it is the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland. Whatever you expect from a city in Northern Ireland you will find it all here and more, from ancient historical sites to modern and contemporary bars and clubs. This is the region of Ireland that…

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Newry Northern Ireland 


Newry is a place that attracts people that have a love of the great outdoors.  Situated as it is at the foot of the beautiful Mourne Mountains it is the starting point of many a hiking trail though the truly spectacular scenery that the region offers. There has been a settlement on this site in one form or another since 4000BC, with plenty of archaeological evidence having been unearthed to verify the fact. The current city is filled with beautiful Georgian houses and buildings as well as a stunning and…

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Cardiff Wales 


Cardiff has changed dramatically in recent years to become the true capital city of Wales. The city centre is filled with attractions and entertainments for the whole family and no matter what your personal tastes and preferences you will find something to do that will tick all of the boxes for you.  Within the city and the surrounding area you will find a wide range of activities from adrenalin fuelled abseiling to relaxed whiskey tasting. Cardiff has become a city that attracts people to it from all over the world,…

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Swansea Wales 


Billed as the ‘City by the Sea’, Swansea was once described as an ‘ugly, lovely town’ by Dylan Thomas but since then it has changed beyond recognition. Just as lively and energetic as its sister city of Cardiff, Swansea is somehow more traditionally Welsh. The entire waterfront area of the city has been redeveloped and there are some truly wonderful cultural attractions and incredible museums in the area for you to visit. Just outside of the city there is beautiful Swansea Bay which offers beautiful beaches and incredible surfing. The…

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Bangor Wales 


Bangor is in every sense a true university town, although it has city status it does have the claim to fame of being the smallest city in the whole of the United Kingdom. This wonderful little city is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty between the majestic Snowdonia Mountains and the sea. The city of Bangor is perched right by the side of the Menai Strait, the body of tidal water that separates the Isle of Anglesey from Bangor and the rest of the Welsh Mainland.   The…

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