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The enchanting landscape and intriguing heritage of Britain has inspired kings, queens, authors, poets and artists for thousands of years, owing to its rolling hills, crystal-clear lakes, rugged coastline and beautiful ancient monuments.
Boasting 29 UNESCO World Heritage sites, hundreds of dramatic castles and some of the most stunning countryside in the world, it’s little wonder that millions of visitors fall under Britain’s spell every year.

City guide: Attractions in Totnes

Castle views, Tudor houses and Sir Francis Drake’s oranges: we explore the attractions in quirky South Devon town of Totnes Nestled between moorland and sea in South Devon, Totnes is a captivating market town with...

Regional guide to the Peak District

From heathery moors to rolling hills and underground caverns, the Peak District is home to some of the most majestic landscapes in the country In the Peak District, heritage takes different forms. Britain is home...

Best British destinations in October

October is often seen as an in-between month – it's not quite winter, though summer is a distant memory. We've highlighted a few of the best British places to visit at this time of...

Oliver Cromwell and the English Civil War: Part I

We look back at the tumultuous events that led to the English Civil War, setting the scene for Oliver Cromwell's rise to power On January 4, 1642 King Charles I took his armed guards and burst...

Do you have a favourite staycation?

If you’re one of the country’s many ‘staycationers’ who enjoy spending their holidays visiting and exploring the best that Britain has to offer – the Staycation Awards would like your help! The Staycation Awards have...

Secrets and surprises: Special winter tours of Chatsworth House

Restoration projects and masterplans are on the cards at Chatsworth House, and you could be in on the secret with these special tours Landscaped by Lancelot Brown and the historic seat of the Duke and Duchess...

The fight for rights: The history of women at Cambridge University

150 years since women were first admitted to the University of Cambridge, how have things changed? An exhibition at Cambridge University Library (The Rising Tide: Women at Cambridge; 14 October 2019 – March 2020) demonstrates...

Your essential travel guide to Birmingham

Britain’s second largest city may have made its mark as an 18th-century industrial powerhouse, but this “Middle Earth” is booming with history and culture. Getting there There are frequent trains from London Euston to Birmingham New...

Summer reading: British book settings

We visit the places that inspired iconic summer scenes in the works of some of our favourite authors. It is the brightest day you ever saw. The sun is sparkling on the water… The tide...

The best British September day trips

As summer slowly merges into autumn, parts of the British countryside come alive with colour. Here are a few places that we think are particularly spectacular in September Keswick, Lake District Nestled within the craggy mountains...

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