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Britain enjoys tourism boom

Overseas visitors are flocking to the UK in droves – and spending more than ever while they are here. Overseas visitors to the UK are at their highest level for five years, with 3 million...

Calling all George Cambridges

Travelodge celebrates the opening of its new Cambridge hotel and the arrival of the new royal baby by offering British citizens called George Cambridge a free night's stay.  Travelodge this week launched a dual...

Transport for London commissions new artwork

The Oyster, the electronic ticket card used on public transport in Greater London, gets a colourful update. The London's Tube map has become an iconic design since it was launched in 1933. The striking map that...

Visit Swansea Bay, Mumbles and Gower

PROMOTION See the seascape of Swansea Bay, Mumbles and Gower, a waterfront destination with plenty to offer. With a snug spot on the South Wales shoreline, it’s easy to experience city, coast and countryside, whether you’re...

Laura Ashley celebrates 60 years as romantic heroine

As the Laura Ashley label, famed for floaty florals, turns 60 this year The Bowes Museum prepares to celebrate with a nostalgic exhibition. Laura Ashley has long been synonymous with romantic British femininity – for...

Dining with Georgians at Stowe House

From Georgian recipes to some right royal scandals, Stowe House offers unique insights into the society of yesteryear. If you’ve ever wanted to know about Georgian dinner party etiquette or the royal scandals of the...

Bristol International Balloon Fiesta

Europe’s largest hot air ballooning event is in full swing in Bristol. Until 11 August, Bristol International Balloon Fiesta offers an extraordinary spectacle, with over 150 hot air balloons of various shapes and sizes filling...

British public choose works for world’s largest art show

Britain will host the world’s largest art show, displaying the nation’s favorite works in thousands of sites across the country. For two weeks, small villages and big cities across the UK will become the world’s...

Plymouth’s oldest pub waves its white flag in surrender

Back in the 16th century regulars such as sea captain Sir Francis Drake would enjoy a pint at the Minerva Inn while searching for raw recruits to join the Queen’s Navy. Many of them even...

Welsh National Opera to relive drama of the Tudors

This autumn Donizetti’s trio of operas telling the dramatic and gory stories of the Tudor family will be performed for the first time in the UK. New productions of Anna Bolena, Maria Stuarda and Roberto...

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