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Rabbie’s Small Group Tours have introduced a brand new ‘Outlander’ tour based on aspects of the multi-million pound TV series due to be launched in the US next month.
Designed by a host of artists, designers and celebrities, 50 Paddington Bear statues will be placed across the capital, taking in museums, parks, shops and landmarks in an exciting and inspiring trail, with a colorful, Paddington inspired flavor.
VisitBritain will be welcoming media, broadcasters and bloggers to Glasgow during the Commonwealth Games (23 July – 3 August) with a series of events highlighting some of Britain’s key attractions.
It’s just over a year to go until the Rugby Union World Cup is held in England and Wales (18 September – 31 October 2015), so if you’re planning to head to a rugby match why not make the most of other sporting action that’s on offer in the host towns and cities too?
Visitors to Glasgow during the Commonwealth Games (23 July – 3 August) will find their city experience enhanced further by visiting the special Live Zones – running as part of Glasgow’s Festival 2014 – that will feature a vibrant mix of entertainment and culture in key locations across the host city.
No need to leave your best friend behind when traveling to London this summer. The Athenaeum Hotel & Apartments, a singularly chic five-star family-owned hotel in Mayfair, welcomes all creatures great and small.
Wales is fast becoming Europe’s ‘go to’ venue for fabulous food festivals, expert cooking lessons and food and wine trails.
Already a thriving cultural hotspot, Manchester, north-west England, will see an explosion in new and renovated attractions that will enhance the city’s art, literature and music offer further still. Here are the highlights of what to look out for from this autumn and beyond.
Whether it's enjoying a stroll in a spectacular landscape ablaze with color or spending time with friends and family jumping in fallen leaves, there are plenty of reasons to love the autumn.
London has been crowned the most popular tourist destination in the world, by the respected Mastercard Global Cities Index report, putting the city ahead of Bangkok and Paris.