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Famous the world over for its rolling hills, ‘afternoon tea' culture, and centuries-old villages, towns and cities, England is a quintessential travel destination. The capital of London is bustling, brash, but full of history, art and culture. It’s a city you can spend weeks in and still not be bored. Visit the coast and find iconic British seaside towns like Brighton, and regions like Cornwall with its rich food traditions and charming accents. Be surprised by the English sunshine, and how tasty fish and chips really is! Head north and you will find the gorgeous Lake District and Yorkshire Dales, regions full of landscapes that feel like they’ve been crafted specifically for camping and hiking. Enjoy the winding roads, fresh air, and slower pace of life. If you’re looking for inspiration for your next vacation in England, check out our posts below!
  • Lytham St. Annes is a seaside town in Lancashire, England, known for its beautiful beaches, ancient buildings, and dynamic community. However, one characteristic that frequently goes unappreciated is the vast choice of great restaurants available in the town. Lytham provides plenty of great dining, from classic […]

  • Salcombe is a charming coastal town located in Devon with a rich history dating back to the 12th century when it was a bustling port for shipping and trade. Not to mention their thriving fishing industry, which they still boast of to this day. But as […]

  • Kendal is a charming market town located in the heart of the Lake District, known for its picturesque views, historic architecture and abundance of outdoor activities. But what many people may not know is that Kendal is also home to a thriving food scene. From independent […]

  • Grasmere is a picturesque village in the heart of the Lake District. It is known for its stunning natural beauty and is surrounded by lush green hills, sparkling lakes, and enchanting forests. But the village is also home to some of the most incredible cuisines in […]

  • Since the release of Dark Tourist on Netflix, the industry has seen a spike in interest in the dark, macabre, and just plain weird tourist experiences destinations have to offer. Every place has its history, and if we’ve learned everything we know, the practices of our […]

  • Arundel, located in the heart of West Sussex, is a town with a rich history. Founded by the Normans in the 11th century it’s filled with historic landmarks, including the medieval Arundel Cathedral and a stunning castle that seated the Dukes of Norfolk for over 850 […]

  • Dalston is a vibrant and diverse neighbourhood in the heart of East London, known for its lively atmosphere and exciting food scene. With its mix of trendy bars, independent restaurants, and traditional market stalls, there really is something for every type of foodie in Dalston. And […]

  • A charming seaside town, Leigh-on-Sea is known for its picturesque coastline, but is also starting to gain a reputation for its delicious food too. Whether you’re over for the holidays, passing through, or thinking of moving down there, we thought we’d make a list of our […]

  • After a long day of touring Canterbury and all its historical landmarks and buildings, an evening winding-down is much needed. Luckily, there are as many bars in Canterbury as there are churches, and we happen to know which are the best ones. We have put them […]

  • Horsham is a town in West Sussex, England, known for its rich history, beautiful parks and gardens, and scenic location. It boasts a number of cultural attractions, including the Horsham Museum and Art Gallery, the Horsham Park and Gardens, and the Roffey Millennium Greenway. These provide […]

  • Beckenham, Bromley’s little sister, is a town in Greater London which has now grown into a bustling little place with plenty of opportunities for recreation, leisure and evening fun. For lovers of nature there are plenty of open spaces to explore too, with Cator Park and […]

  • Macclesfield is rich in heritage and culture. Lovingly nicknamed the “Silk Town,” it was once a thriving member of the silk industry, but nowadays Macclesfield is beginning to gain a bit of a reputation for its thriving food and restaurant scene. While the area is fairly […]

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