Visit Essex has marked the start of its 2013 Discovery Coast campaign by sending some of its most familiar faces to the capital’s Gabriel’s Wharf to encourage Londoners to choose the 350 miles of Essex coastline for their days out and short breaks.
The Tour of Britain’s first ever summit finish - on Haytor at the heart of Dartmoor in Devon - takes place this September on Stage 6 (Friday 20th) of the Tour.
Bristol always pulls out all the stops to attract visitors over the festive period and this year's no exception, making it a perfect pre-Christmas weekend break destination, particularly as it's easily accessible from every corner of the country, either by road, rail or flight.
With falling numbers of Britons travelling abroad for holidays in recent years (according to the Office for National Statistics), Andy Torbet - Scottish explorer, extreme adventurer and BBC TV presenter - has been working with Hyundai to show that you don’t need to get on a plane to feel like you’ve got away from it all because the UK itself has spectacular potential for adventure.
If time has run away with you and you’re worried that the dream holiday cottage will be long gone, Rare Hideaways, a collection of the finest self-catering holiday properties to be found the length and breadth of Wales (and part of the Welsh Rarebits family), still has some late availability thanks to some cancellations.
Summer is the perfect time of year for a walk on the South West Coast Path - it's also the perfect time for traffic jams as people head for the coast!
With Caribbean temperatures across the Lake District recently, Lakes attraction, Ullswater ‘Steamers’ is offering kids the chance to become a pirate on the ‘high seas’ of Ullswater this August.
As the BBC natural history series, Hebrides, Islands on the Edge comes to an end this week, many viewers will have been inspired to put the Outer Hebrides on their must-visit list.
Since Murray took the Wimbledon title last month, tennis fever has taken over the country. Those suffering withdrawal can learn the evolution of the game from a garden party pastime to a multimillion-dollar professional sport at the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum.
To celebrate the release of Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa in cinemas from 7th August, VisitNorwich and Norwich City Council Blue Badge Guides are launching a new walking tour of the city, designed with Partridge fans in mind.
It’s fast, furious and a world first. Thames Rockets is a new thrilling, high-speed boat ride blasting off this summer in the Capital and operating exclusively in the new Thames ‘High Speed Zone’.
A Blackpool hotel has responded to the heatwave by launching what it believes to be something totally unique within the resort – a Beach Butler service.
A stylish new city landmark is helping celebrate Hull’s rich maritime heritage — a £7m innovative footbridge that plays birdsong and even offers pedestrians a UK first-of-its-kind “bridge ride”.
From the marathon to the RHS Chelsea Flower show, London holds an array of exciting events though-out the year.
Micro-Climates - Whatever the weather in England, it remains a hot topic for its indecisive nature. What makes it ever the more fascinating are those little pockets that attract a warmer temperature than their surroundings.
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