Newcastle Upon Tyne is not usually the top of most UK staycation lists, but it has a lot of aces up its sleeve to surprise any traveller and earn a reputation for a great UK staycation or city break destination. Here are the top 10 things for you to see and do in Newcastle.
The World Museum in Liverpool is quite simply one of the UKs premier museum attractions and a must see for any visitor to Liverpool. It is the jewel in the crown of one of the best city break and staycation cities in the UK, a veritable journey through the mists of history and the natural world to the unexplored reaches of space, but this epic attraction often doesn’t get the true recognition it deserves. The World Museum isn’t just an amazing UK day out but also happens to be one of my favourite places in the world! If you are looking for an amazing day out in Liverpool, here is exactly why the World Museum should be on the top of your list!
Hadrian’s Wall is one of the UKs most impressive historical attractions. Stretching over 73 miles from coast to coast, it was once the final frontier of the Roman Empire, built to defend Roman occupied England against the wild Celtic Picts. Now it is one of the most important Roman remains in Britain and one of the most iconic features of northern England, serving as one of the UKs premier hiking trails with plenty of staycation options along the way. With so much to see and do along the Hadrian Wall path here is an expert guide with some suggested itineraries to get the most out of your visit.
Madeira is a truly unique and diverse archipelago, and one of the best ways to explore the island’s breathtaking scenery is through its iconic levada walks. If you want to explore Madeira at a pace that suits you, here is a list of Madeira’s best levada walks for you to choose from.
Liverpool is already one of the UKs hottest and most exciting destinations, but hidden at the heart of this great city is a destination within a destination, a must see attraction that has it all; accommodation, world class museums, boutique shopping and great restaurants, all wrapped up in a grade 1 listed historical attraction. The Royal Albert Dock!
Normally Christmas is a time for staying at home wrapping up warm and overindulging in chocolate with loved ones, but for those who want to escape the UK for a more tropical festive feel, Madeira in Portugal could be the ideal Christmas getaway.
2020 has been a devastating year for travel, but with a recovery on the horizon in 2021 travellers are getting their destination bucket lists ready, and at the top of that list is the happiest island in the world, Aruba! Here are some of the best reasons Aruba needs to be your first destination after lockdown!
Liverpool is one of the most eclectic, forward thinking and bohemian cities in the world and underneath the iconic heritage listed buildings and world class cultural sites lay some of the coolest and quirkiest places to eat, drink and play in the UK! Here is your local guide to some of the best and most eclectic nightlife, bars, restaurants and entertainment spots in Liverpool.
Travellers to Liverpool are spoilt for choice when it comes to things to see and do, with UNESCO World Heritage sites, world class attractions and a unique cultural heritage that makes it one of the best cities in the UK to visit, but there is so much more to Liverpool than the obvious and the city really shines with its unique quirkiness. Get to the heart of the city with these unique, hidden attractions and things to do that only locals know about!
The Only Fools Bar is the UK’s only and unique Only Fools And Horses themed bar right in the heart of Liverpool, and fans of the iconic sitcom can have an immersive on set experience while having one of Del Boy’s famous cocktails!