City guides

Half-timbered buildings along Friar Street, Worcester

Our guide to Worcester

This Midlands city offers medieval architecture surrounding one of England’s prettiest cathedrals Set close to the dramatic Malvern Hills and astride the River Severn, Worcester has been attracting visitors for centuries. With a history that predates...

Bath on screen

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bath has been the scenic backdrop for many big and small screen productions, most recently in ITV's current series Belgravia and McDonald and Dodds. Get your fix of...
Worcester College

Your essential guide to Oxford

The university city in southeast England is easy to explore on foot and is a hub of museums, galleries and historic buildings  Getting there Oxford is about 50 miles (90km) from London. If you drive, use...

The London 2018 Guide is out now

Pick up your copy of the London 2018 Guide for the latest on the royal wedding, London’s most iconic landmarks (including Big Ben and Tower Bridge), and the best of the West End The London...

City Guide: Canterbury, the historic home of the Church of England

A significant settlement since the Roman times and the home of the Church of England, historic Canterbury is the jewel in Kent’s crown.

City Guide: York, where the cobbles (almost) breathe Roman and Viking history

From Roman ruins to Viking heritage, this northern English city lives and breathes history on every cobbled street. Here’s our guide to getting the best out of York.
The Bishop's Palace, Wells

City guide: Wells, England’s smallest city

With a sacred history stretching back more than a millennium, Wells – England’s smallest city – is big on charm and a great place for a weekend break.
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Video: A local’s guide to Edinburgh

Edinburgh kilt designer Howie Nicholsby gives us a 30-second whistlestop guide to what makes his city great.
Gainsborough Spa Pool, Bath

Bath city guide: plan your visit now

From the Romans to the Georgians to Jane Austen, this World Heritage city of Bath is brimming with history, making it perfect short-break material.
Glasgow River Clyde

Glasgow: an insider’s guide

Glasgow was known as the second city of the British Empire for much of the Victorian and Edwardian period. Today, the Merchant City bustles with shops and has a thriving cultural scene Like all great cities, at...
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If you enjoy finding out more about our country’s rich history, then you’ll love BRITAIN magazine – the official magazine for VisitBritain.

Every issue is packed with our inspirational photography, fascinating features, shopping and travel advice.

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