Touring Britain’s historical engineering heritage
May15

Touring Britain’s historical engineering heritage

Britain has a strong engineering heritage that is well worth a tour by the avid traveller. There are a few things to consider when visiting the engineering marvels that you can experience on a tour of Britain, and you will want to be sure to make time on your next holiday to visit a variety of exciting locations. A blast to the past Britain’s engineering heritage dates back to the industrial revolution, at a time when key...

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Day trip ideas for motor racing-mad tourists
May13

Day trip ideas for motor racing-mad tourists

The UK has a long and illustrious history in the world of motor racing, dating back to the very first days of the sport. In fact, the first motor race ever run was between Ashton-Under-Lyne and Old Trafford. The event was held on 30th August 1867 and involved two steam carriages owned by Isaac Watt Boulton and Daniel Adamson respectively. It is perhaps unsurprising, then, that the UK is home to as many venues of immense historical...

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English craftsmanship: the ultimate souvenir
May13

English craftsmanship: the ultimate souvenir

Wherever you visit in the world, it’s nice to be able to take souvenirs home. Whether you’re looking for yourself or for a friend, this is the perfect way of having a reminder of the trip. If you’re travelling to England, the country is renowned for a range of traditional crafts that would make the perfect souvenir. When you’re browsing through gift shops, you can be overwhelmed by the variety that’s available. Britain has a range of...

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Europe bottom to top: The ultimate road trip from the Med to London
May13

Europe bottom to top: The ultimate road trip from the Med to London

What better way to see Europe than from the behind the wheel of a car? Driving through, stopping off when and where you like; it’s the perfect way to discover those hidden continental gems. For the ultimate classic road trip, why not be ambitious? Start down in the Italian south and weave your way up through France, finishing in the British capital, London. Where to start The Amalfi Coast is a wonderful place to begin, halfway...

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