INSIDER posted a link
When you think of the United Kingdom, the first place that comes to mind is probably London. The bustling city is a favorite, popular for being rich in history, culture, style, and, of course, great food. There are so many other places you can travel to in the UK aside from London, though, that have just as much history, beauty, and charm and you should try to make it to at least a few of them. Read on for some UK travel inspo.
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With Spring around the corner, you might be starting to look at campsites around the British coastline. I've pulled together a list of 36 of the best dog-friendly campsites, from Aberdeen to Alston Farm in Salcombe :)
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VisitBritain posted a link
England is filled with stunning coastal and countryside views, historical buildings, picturesque villages, and undiscovered experiences. Discover England’s Great Walking Trails, a great way to get the most out of your trip, and it’s easier than ever with routes you can customize to your interests and fitness level. Here are a few of our trail recommendations.
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US Connections posted a link
Explore Poldark’s Cornwall Experience the Cornwall of Ross Poldark; the history, heritage, myth and legend of one of the most unique and special places in the world. Live the drama that is Poldark on the rugged Cornish coast with specialist guided tours including exclusive access to stately homes.
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Refinery29 posted a link
Oh, we do like to be beside the seaside. Us Brits, we really do. But why are we jetting off elsewhere when we’ve got perfectly good — scrap that — seriously beautiful beaches right here? Hello, we’re an island! Coastline is something we have plenty of, and with that, lots of beachfronts and seaside towns too. So from the sandy ones to the pebbly ones, the ones with regal piers, perfect fish and chips, and even those with really not much at all, click on for our pick of the UK’s best beach towns.
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Everyone has a different idea of romance. For every couple that wants to relax on a beach, there's another whose relationship thrives on action and adventure. And sometimes it’s difficult to determine exactly what your partner will think is romantic. Fortunately, your signs can tell you a lot about what will put you both in the most romantic mood, and we've determined the ideal destination for each one.
Mummy Travels posted a link
One of the loveliest and most family-friendly parts of the UK, it would be hard to list every sight, attraction and day out for families across the county – here are my top 20 things to do in Cornwall with kids to start you off.
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England Originals posted a link
Start this trip with breakfast on the beach. Explore windswept castles, fuelled by cream teas and Cornish pasties, before you move on to bathe in Roman springs, visit the house where the Planet Uranus was discovered before going further back in time to climb cathedral spires and witness Stonehenge’s prehistoric stones.