Category: City Guides

Joseph Priestley statue, Leeds City Centre, West Yorkshire

Leeds: A Foodie’s Guide

Leeds is a hotbed of creativity and culture. Nestled in the north of England, this bustling city has come a long way since its early industrial days. With a vibrant student community and young creatives looking for places other than London to make a living these days, Leeds has certainly benefited and is fast becoming […]

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Get Up & Go: Brighton

They say Brighton is the happiest place in the country, so there is little wonder that it’s one of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK. Although there is so much to do and for so many different tastes, you will be richly rewarded with a little insider information to discover the gems that […]

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Hidden Destinations: Lancaster

When you think of weekend break destinations, Lancaster probably doesn’t immediately spring to mind. But as a bustling market town with historical attractions, restaurants and shops to suit all pockets and easy access to the Lake District, it’s certainly worth considering. Located in the north of Lancashire, Lancaster is easy to reach by road and […]

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Get Up & Go: Oxford

Think of Oxford, think of its university. Given that this seat of learning is one of the world’s oldest, it’s no wonder that the city is synonymous with its educational institution. During term-time, Oxford is thronged with eclectically dressed students, weaving through the streets on rickety bicycles or hurrying to their next lecture. But as […]

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Get Up & Go: Bournemouth

When the British weather takes a turn for the bright and sunny, Bournemouth is the place to be. As a former student of Bournemouth University, I had only three years to make the most of this bustling seaside resort before the trials of grown-up life drew me back home. There’s something quite refreshing about coastal […]