Penrith is situated just outside the Lake District National Park in the North West of England. Its the perfect place to base yourself for exploring the Northern Lakes and the surrounding area. Read on to discover some of the best things to do in Penrith. From the best places to visit to where to stay and how to get there.
Hadrian’s wall was once the Northern frontier of the Roman Empire. Stretching 84 miles across Northern England from from Wallsend on the east coast to Bowness-on-Solway on the west coast. Today only parts of the wall are still visible, however there are still some fabulous sites to explore. …
Keswick Is the perfect place for some much needed relaxation or even some adrenaline adventures if that’s your thing! This guide will show you the best things to do in Keswick to make the most of your visit including how to get there and where to stay.
One of my favourite places in the Lake District is the beautiful little town of Ambleside. Nestled on the northern tip of lake Windermere, this place has everything you need to dust away the cobwebs and enjoy some quality me time. Whether you want to spend your time relaxing in a fancy hotel spa, to rambling around the many beautiful walking routes on offer, the area has something for everyone.
The Lake District in England is one of the UK’s most popular tourist destinations. It’s easy to see why, picturesque lakes surrounded by rolling hills, mountains and forests, as well as charming villages and an abundance of wildlife. Windermere is the star attraction, being the largest lake in England measuring ten and a half miles long, is it renowned for its multitude of water sports, outdoor activities and beautiful rural walking trails. The following post will give you what I think the perfect 3 day itinerary to get the best out of a first time visit to this beautiful part of the world!
Located in Liverpool’s incredible World Heritage waterfront, the Albert Dock Liverpool is one of the areas most visited tourist attractions. The site features the largest collection of grade I listed buildings in England and as was made a UNESCO World Heritage site along with other areas of Liverpool in 2004.