Attractions in Edinburgh: Edinburgh Zoo

  Edinburgh Zoo is one of Scotland’s most popular attractions, receiving over 600k visitors a year. This makes the zoo Scotland’s second most popular paid-for tourist attraction, the number one attraction also being in the capital, Edinburgh Castle. Owned by the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, a registered charity set up by lawyer Thomas Hailing […]

Birmingham Uncovered

With more miles of canal than Venice and beautifully restored heritage buildings, Birmingham offers wonderful cultural attractions, many of which are unique to the UK. As a result, Birmingham is quickly gaining a reputation as England’s hidden gem. If you are looking for a city rich in history UK City Guides has the inside scoop. […]

The Welsh Capital – Cardiff

Cardiff is Wales’ largest city and of course, its capital. Cardiff was originally a small market town but enjoyed quite a meteoric rise as the world’s largest coal export to grow first into city, becoming the largest city in Wales and then being proclaimed the capital of Wales. The city has been undergoing a bit […]

Enjoy Cheltenham Spa!

Cheltenham or Cheltenham Spa as it has also been known as is a large spa town (the clue was in the name) in Gloucestershire, South West England. The town is located on the edge of the Cotswolds, a range of hills which have been designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. The town of […]

Manchester – England’s Coolest

Manchester was the third most visited city in the UK in 2012. Tourists are drawn to Manchester due to the ‘cool’ reputation the city has developed over the years, and the high volume of great bars, restaurants and attractions that the city has to offer. In light of all this, we felt that it was […]