London Christmas Lights Tour
If you love Christmas and the festive cheer, a Christmas lights tour in London is essential. A London Christmas lights tour can be done in an organised group, but we're going to guide you so you can take it in at your own pace and enjoy the best pockets in the city.
When you think of France, the Roman Empire and Roman ruins don't immediately come to mind. They're saved for the greats like Rome or England yet Lyon has it's own well preserved Roman amphitheatre and some of the best Roman ruins in France located in its museum. Lyon is in fact and ancient Roman settlement, steeped in history beyond what you find in its paved streets, you just need to take the funicular up the hill and head to it's open air museum.
Beachy Head: A Well Kept Secret
Beachy Head: England's Most Spectacular White Cliffs
Before you visit Beachy Head, you'll need a plan in place. The cliffs can be accessed from multiple points and depending on how much time you'll have and what you'd like to see, it's best to have a plan in place before you visit. This guide will give you an idea of what you can see at each location and help you plan the perfect visit.
Best Cotswold Villages to Visit: The Slaughters
It's not hard to see why. Just two hours west of London, it's an easy weekend getaway and one of the best places to see quaint English villages. There are so many Cotswolds villages to choose from, all with their own unique charm, however one of the best Cotswolds villages to visit is the iconic The Slaughters.
Take the transport less travelled
Unique Transport: Our Top 5 Quirky Ways to get Around
In Portugal it was the Acensor da Gloria, San Sebastian the Igeuldo Funicular and Swedish Lapland a skidoo! One of the best places that I found for unique transportation options was the UK. With their history steeped in transport innovation, there is a large range of unique methods of transport dotted around the map that create a unique and often spectacular way to view the surrounds.
When asked to write an article for Rome2Rio, I couldn't help but to think back to my time living in the UK and all of the unique methods of transport we took to see the sights. From the one of the kind, to viewing the sights like a bird, you'll be sure to mark these spots on your itinerary for your next trip to the UK.
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Weather wise, its winters are cool but comfortable, with an average temperature of 12.6°C (55°F). Summers are hot and dry with an average temperature of 34°C (93.2°F) in its hottest month, July, however temperatures often soar above 40°C (104°). Autumn and Summer in Granada are quite variable, with the temperatures ranging from cool to quite warm.
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Firstly, you need to be selective about the time of year you visit. We recommend mid Autumn and Spring. Winter is too cold and Summer, well, good luck with the crowds! Secondly, it helps to have a local to show you around. Wait, you don't have one of those? Well you're lucky because we did and we're about to show you how to visit Rome with a local.
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10 reasons why you should visit Malta
Geographically Malta is situated in a key position between East and West and over the years has been occupied by Greeks, Phonecians, Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs, Normans and then finally, by invitation, the Brits before they gained their independence on the 21st of September 1964.
A rich cultural history has contributed significantly to the architecture, language and culture, making Malta both a unique and attractive destination. Its language is partly Arabic, partly Sicilian and partly English, so don't be surprised if somethings look or sound a little familiar.
There are many great places to visit in Malta, despite its compact size. It truly is the gem of the Mediterranean. Should you visit Malta? Yes you should and these just 10 of the reasons why.
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