Shetland is an archipelago off the north east coast of Scotland. The Shetland Islands are a unique place that blend Scottish and Nordic traditions in their arts and culture. Along with its rich history, Shetland is a beautiful place lush with scenery and artifacts.
Cardiff Castle is, by far, one of the most interesting castles across Europe. Most European castles have either been ruined by war or look as if they have not been lived in for years. Cardiff Castle, on the other hand, is still being actively used today. Hence making it modern, clean, and yet still retaining its grandeur and history from 2000 years ago when it was used during the Roman times. It is also located right in the city centre allowing for easy transportation access.
The Orchard in Grantchester, England, is a tea garden in a truly idyllic setting. It is a perfect place to relax and enjoy the English tradition of afternoon tea, whether that is for the morning with a cup of coffee, or a light lunch with scones. This article gives a brief history of the Orchard and mentions some of the local attractions near the tea garden.
The story of British packaging and brands, including Oxo, Fry's, Perrier, MacKintosh's and many other well-loved brands, is told by Robert Opie in a museum dedicated to mass-consumerism.
This year's Summer Exhibition at Buckingham Place is entitled The Queen's Coronation 1953. The exhibition showcases dresses, uniforms and robes worn by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Members of the Royal Family during the Coronation in 1953.
London is famous for its parks, museums and fun activities, rich history, cultural mix and a variety of restaurants from all over the world. There is always something fun to do and one can never get tired from just wandering its streets and admiring the architecture. In...
Trolleybuses are a curious hybrid of the tram and the motorbus. Whilst no longer at their peak, they are still in use across the world, and interest is growing in them again for mass transit. The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft hosts working trolleybuses from around the world.
While Stonehenge is the most popular site, the stone circles at Avebury are larger and have the advantage that they allow you to get near them. here are some reasons to visit the stone circles at Avebury
Harry Potter fans who travel to England can check out many of the places from the books and movies so that they can get a little closer to the magic. Here are some of the places from England, outside of London