The History of Troia, Portugal

The History of Troia, Portugal
Located just a stone’s throw from nearby Setubal, the Tróia Peninsula is one of the best-kept secrets in the whole of Portugal. Nevertheless, word is slowly beginning to spread. Making now the perfect time to discover an entirely different side to this incredible country. From memorable day-trips to the most enchanting holidays in the sun, Tróia Portugal is an idyllic hideaway that warrants full exploration. Tróia also boasts rich history and heritage, having first been settled by the Phoenicians and later becoming the Roman city of Cetóbriga. …Continue reading →

UK Destinations an Older Traveller Can’t Miss

UK Destinations an Older Traveller Can’t Miss
Older travellers are finding several opportunities in the UK to travel to. As more people are saving money for a great travel experience post 40s, it is likely that they change the tourism landscape in Britain forever. Are you an older traveller who is planning to travel across the UK too? Check out the top 5 destinations you can’t miss, as compiled by Acorn Stairlifts.…Continue reading →

London’s most unusual museums

London’s most unusual museums
London is home to some of the world’s best museums, with institutions such as the British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum and Science Museum all being globally recognised and explored by millions each year. These and a host of other esteemed London museums are undoubtedly worth a visit, but there are many smaller contributors to the city’s cultural scene that may also pique your interest.…Continue reading →

Experience Industrial Age Britain by Visiting Bristol

Experience Industrial Age Britain by Visiting Bristol
Great Britain played a key role in the development of the Industrial Revolution – it’s one reason why we were able to maintain such a vast global trading empire and project power all across the world. Plenty of cities played a part, but Bristol was one of the leading centres of 19th century industry, and its industrial roots continue to attract visitors from the United Kingdom and beyond. Bristol has plenty of other things to offer visitors as well- from boutique accommodation to a wealth of different bars and restaurants.…Continue reading →

Travelling to Wales: How to get there

Travelling to Wales: How to get there
Wales is a small country that forms part of the UK. It is a historical country that borders England to the East and the sea to West. The Irish Sea borders much of the north of Wales, while St George’s Channel and Bristol Channel surround the southern coastline. Thanks to…Continue reading →

Best Motorbike Rides in the UK

Best Motorbike Rides in the UK
Things finally seem to be looking up with regards to the weather, which is great news for motorcyclists in that it’s a chance to get out there and explore those motorcycle routes you’ve been dreaming about trying out all winter long.…Continue reading →

Add York to Your UK Road Trip Stopovers

Add York to Your UK Road Trip Stopovers
Well, 10 out of 10 for jumping on board, being a good sport and actually taking the time to explore your very own backyard, but 0 out of 10 for taking the saying “I’ll see where the road takes me” a bit too literally! I’m talking about those road-trippers whose…Continue reading →
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