Sipping a cocktail on the rooftop bar of the Varsity Club in Oxford, it’s hard not to feel a little smug as you observe the churches, colleges and towers that make up one of Britain’s most picturesque cities.
If you’re travelling in the UK, make sure you have explored these 7 historic attractions of Brighton.
A countryside retreat is the perfect option for putting your feet up (yes, again) and enjoying a little pampering to get you raring for the new year ahead.
Home of the Gallagher brothers, graphene and about a billion other things – yet how would you spend a day here?
Norfolk tends to have a reputation of being a bit behind the times compared to the rest of the UK, especially thanks to the rural atmosphere, old houses and lack of motorways. In fact, they still travel on steam trains here!
Ever wanted to drive around the Top Gear test track at Dunsfold Aerodrome in your favourite supercars?
Great Britain – the birthplace of the train, though inexplicably also home of some of the most expensive train lines in Europe.