Liverpool is a cultural gem located in the North of England. In 2008 it was crowned the European Capital of Culture and walking around this city it is not hard to see why. Liverpool has a rich musical history, synonymous with The Beatles . These days people flock from all around the world to see where it all began for the fab four. If you are planning to visit Liverpool this is our guide for music lovers. Continue Reading
The first time we visited Whitby we fell in love. It is one of those places you must visit in England. For starters it’s quaint, it’s quirky and it’s really really picturesque. If you haven’t been to this coastal gem then you have been missing out. Take a look at our post below and see for yourself the reasons you must visit Whitby.
York’s most popular attraction has to be none other than York Minster, a 235ft gothic cathedral built in the 1400’s. So when we planned our trip there we knew it was on the top of our list. We also wanted to climb the cathedral tower, as we had heard that the views were unbeatable. The problem was that we are both relatively unfit and afraid of heights. Plus I panic at the thought of being in a confined space. So could we do it? Well here is our guide of things you should know before climbing York Minster. Continue Reading
If you are planning a trip to England, then you really do need to visit York. It’s one of the most fascinating cities in England due to its history. This history is kept alive through the astonishing preservation of its buildings, streets, and shops. So if you are planning to visit York, here are the top ten things you should do.
When people talk about visiting England they usually talk about London. Or even visiting one of the many beautiful cities in the South of England. The North of England tends to get overlooked, which is a shame because there is just as much beauty ready to be explored. Here is our top 5 list of places in the North of England you need to visit. Continue Reading