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3 Day Itinerary for Bristol and Bath - 2 Cities 1 Trip

3 Day Itinerary for Bristol and Bath – 2 Cities 1 Trip

Bristol is known for its edgy street murals and vibrant fine art scene whereas Bath is a city of tradition, stunning architecture, cultural centres and heritage museums. With our curated itinerary for a 3 days explorations of both cities, you will get the best of both worlds! From modern artworks by Yoko Ono, through ruins of ancient Roman SPA complexes, all the way to Jane Austen’s favourite park grounds - this trip takes you all the way! Plan your trip to the UK Need data for your trip to the UK? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for $8 per day. Travelling King readers can get 10% off using the discount code TRAVELLINGKING on check out. Don't forget to get Travel Insurance, it's best to always be prepared! I would recommend travel insurance from WorldNomads.com, which is available to people from over 130 countries. It’s designed for adventurous…
25 Things to do in Oxford - That People Actually Do !

25 Things to do in Oxford – That People Actually Do !

Best known for the prestigious Oxford University, the small city of Oxford is also a wonderful destination for travellers. As it is home to the oldest English-speaking university in the world, there is a diverse range of English architecture and a rich history in education and publishing here. Located in South Central England, Oxford is only an hour away from London and three hours from Liverpool. If you’re travelling around the United Kingdom, a visit to this charming city shouldn’t be missed. Thinking about planning a trip and are curious about what to see in Oxford? You’ll quickly learn that there is an endless amount of attractions, activities, and sites to see. Keep reading to discover 25 things to do in Oxford, England. Plan your trip to the UK Need data for your trip to the UK? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for $8 per day. Travelling…
The Best Day trips from London

The Best Day trips from London

With cultural institutions like the TATE Modern or the British Museum, a vibrant theatre and musical scene, abundant shopping opportunities and an intriguing modern culinary culture, London can be a hard place to leave when you're visiting for a couple of days. Nevertheless, the English capital can become overwhelming, and when you need an escape from its urban bustle, there will be a lot of places you can explore in just one day. Read our guide to best day trips from London! Plan your trip to the UK Need data for your trip to the UK? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for $8 per day. Travelling King readers can get 10% off using the discount code TRAVELLINGKING on check out. Don't forget to get Travel Insurance, it's best to always be prepared! I would recommend travel insurance from WorldNomads.com, which is available to people from over 130…
Ultimate Travel Guide to Oxford

Ultimate Travel Guide to Oxford

The dreamy spires of Oxford rise high above the countryside of the Cotswolds, forming an iconic skyline to a city that has long attracted visitors from across the world. Oxford England has many charms, and this historic city is home to not only the famous Oxford University and its unique array of colleges, but to museums, libraries and pubs that have stood here for centuries. This is a place that’s steeped in heritage, and it’s easy to be swept up in the elegant culture of Oxford. You can punt along the River Thames, stroll through the ramshackle, medieval streets of Oxford city centre or head into the Cotswolds to experience classic little England at its finest. Here’s our ultimate travel guide to Oxford! This ultimate travel guide to Oxford will show you all the most beautiful places in Oxford, what to expect when visiting, where to stay in Oxford and…
Is a Day Trip from London to Paris via the Eurostar Train worth it?

Is a Day Trip from London to Paris via the Eurostar Train worth it?

Recently I went to England to visit some family an a sick little granny (don't worry she is okay now), while there I decided to spend a few days sightseeing in London and that then expanded to a"quick" day trip to Paris from London via the Eurostar. I've always wanted to see Paris, even if it was just for the day. Plan your trip to Europe Need data for your trip to Europe? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for $8 per day. Travelling King readers can get 10% off using the discount code TRAVELLINGKING on check out. Don't forget to get Travel Insurance, it's best to always be prepared! I would recommend travel insurance from WorldNomads.com, which is available to people from over 130 countries. It’s designed for adventurous travellers with cover for overseas medical, evacuation, baggage and a range of adventure sports and activities. Further Reading on…
48 Hours in Bristol - 2 Day Itinerary

48 Hours in Bristol – 2 Day Itinerary

Bristol was voted the best place to live in the United Kingdom in 2017 and if you visit this cool and eclectic city which straddles the Avon River, you too will fall in love with the charm! Off the tourist radar, Bristol has a thriving music and arts scene, which includes lots of amazing street art. Bristol was home to the world-famous graffiti artist Banksy and many of his works can be found all over different areas of the city. The cobbled streets and Georgian terraces makes for the perfect trip back in time and it’s no wonder that the TV series “Sherlock” filmed several of their episodes there. In fact, if you find the clock above St. Nick’s marketplace, you will see Bristol to London time marked upon it. Before GMT was introduced, a time difference of 15 minutes set London and Bristol apart and trains were able to…
The Ultimate Guide to Cornwall

The Ultimate Guide to Cornwall

Cornwall is one of the UK’s hidden gems for foreign tourists. During the summer, British people flock to the beautiful beaches and seaside towns to enjoy the stunning coastal walks and excellent food in the area, yet Cornwall attracts very few foreign tourists. Full of charming seaside towns and villages, Cornwall is one of the UK’s most beautiful regions. The area was inhabited since the Neolithic and Bronze ages and was later populated by Britons, they were descendants of the Celts and you can see Celtic motifs all around Cornwall as well as incredibly difficult-to-pronounce place names. The people of Cornwall have a strong sense of Cornish identity and some of them even retain their language, Cornish. They do not appreciate being mistaken as English so remember to avoid this when addressing them. The area was once popular for mining and farming and the agricultural industry continues to thrive to…
Hotel Review - Andaz London Liverpool Street

Hotel Review – Andaz London Liverpool Street

Andaz London Liverpool Street hotel is located on the original site of the old Bethlem Royal Hospital, which has the most incredible history.  First opening up in 1884 as the Great Eastern Hotel, since then it has remained a hotel and in 2006 it changed hands to the Hyatt co. and operates now under the Andaz brand. Andaz has done an amazing job to keep the building as close to its Victorian roots as possible while also making it modern and classy. Andaz London Liverpool Street hotel offers 6 restaurants and bars, 24-hour gym, spa services, steam room and complimentary refreshments & evening wine service in the Andaz Lounge so you will never run out of things to do within the hotel. Plan your trip to London Need data for your trip to England? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for $8 per day. Travelling King readers can…
Things to do in Bristol

A Guide on Things to do in Bristol

Bristol is one of the largest cities in the southwest of England. This sprawling but vibrant city is a hotbed for arts and culture in the United Kingdom, and recent decades have seen Bristol City embracing its former maritime heritage to expound its position as one of the country’s most historic destinations. There are a great many things to do in Bristol, from exploring the city center to strolling along colorful, charming riverside streets. There are museums, heritage architecture, revitalized harbors and much more awaiting visitors in Bristol. Those with little interest in the city’s history will find an abundance of cafes, restaurants, bars, and markets to spend the day enjoying, while the surrounding countryside and nearby cities such as Bath offer travelers excellent day trip opportunities from Bristol. If you are looking to visit Bristol, then this article will help you to plan your trip to what is one…
Things to do in Bath

Things to do in Bath

Bath is one of the most charming cities to visit in the United Kingdom. The quaint, cobbled streets and Georgian era architecture are beautifully complemented by the tumbling waters of the River Avon, while the city’s famous underground hot springs are still put to good use even to this day. Bath is an old Roman city, and it’s a beautiful place to explore English history through the centuries before enjoying contemporary British culture in the present too. There are many must see places in Bath, from the Roman ruins and intriguing museums to glorious green parks and a bustling city center. Of course, Bath has always been and still remains a spa town and there are plenty of places to relax and unwind after a hard day of sightseeing. To help you to plan your trip to this lovely English city here’s our guide on the best things to do…