Whether you’re a thrill-seeker or someone who is seeking for a reprieve, the Lake District (England) certainly has something for everyone. Here are some of the best spots and what you can do in each one.
Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure or you live here and are wanting to see a little more, driving around the UK can be great. Here are some of the things you should know before you set off.
Douglas is the capital town of the Isle of Man. Set on the east coast of the Island, Douglas is the largest town and offers a wide range of things to see and do. Hereby I provide you a travel guide.
Isle of Man is one of the 10 biggest British Isles. But why has the Isle of Skye or Great Britain more visitors than the Isle of Man? Make sure to read these ten reasons why you should visit the Isle of Man!
Head west on the Isle of Man and you’ll find Peel, the third largest town on the Island. This travel guide will give you advice on what to do, where to eat and where to stay in Peel.
Head north on the Isle of Man and you’ll find Ramsey, the second largest town on the Island. Ramsey has many tourist and leisure attractions and delightful shops and cafes to browse in.
If you enjoy escaping the big-city life for something a little more relaxing now and again, it’s almost certain that you’ll have been to the Lake District at some point. The Lake District is a place for relaxation!
Looking for a place where you can find more of Manx history? Visit Peel Castle on St Patrick’s Isle: an isle once home to Christian missionaries, Viking warriors and kings, and be impressed by this heritage site.
Dubbed as Scotland’s answer to Route 66, the North Coast 500 promises an exciting 516-mile road trip with plenty of culture, picturesque views ans stunning castles. It’s good to plan every detail of the trip though.
Ever wanted to spot seals, basking sharks, dolphins and other wildlife in their natural habitats? The southern tip of the Isle of Man is one of the most scenic places you will find in the UK where you can do this!
Today I am traveling to Isle of Man, a peaceful island in the Irish Sea. Isle of Man is a heaven for nature lovers and is known for its rugged coastline, medieval castles and rural landscapes.
On the surface and under the warm waves, the three golden islands of the Caribbean are home to numerous wildlife species roaming the earth as well as the skies and the seabed.