Guest Post: Awe-inspiring Off-Roading in the Peak District

  The Peak District is one of the best-loved national parks in the UK and boasts perfect terrain for a nice bit of rambling, cycling, horse-riding and…drum roll please…. off-roading with SUVs and 4X4s. There are around 300 green lanes in the Peak District which are used for this purpose, though off-roading stokes up controversy as it disturbs wildlife, damages roads and can sometimes be illegal. Consider yourself warned. You don’t... Read More

Guest Post: Experience London’s Dark History

When you’re asked to think of London you can’t help but let your mind wander to its most famous landmarks; Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey. Without a doubt, these attractions are iconic but have you ever wanted to experience the darker side of London? The capital wasn’t always so spick and span. The history of London in fascinating so how about next time you are browsing hotel deals in London with a view to seeing the sites, you... Read More

Guest Post: Most Popular European Road Trip Routes

If you really want to discover and explore Europe, the best way to do so is to get serious with the steering wheel. If you don’t have your own means of transport, car rental companies like Sixt can offer you a cheap way to hit the road.  Below are some of the most popular European road trip routes: Alpine Road, Germany Alpine Road (300 miles long) is one of the classic drives in Europe, known for its scenic twists and turns along the edge... Read More

Guest Post: A Whistle-Stop Tour of the UK

The UK is a diverse island nation home to some 60 million people. From golden sandy beaches to craggy mountain peaks, it’s a nation just waiting to be explored. Plus, because it’s relatively small, it’ll take you less than 24 hours to drive tail to tip so even if you’re only visiting for a few days you’ll be able to cram in as much or as little as you want! Forget Route 66, the UK is a great place for a road trip; just grab a couple of mates... Read More

Guest Post: The Best Coastal Towns in England

England might not be the first place you think of when the word ‘holiday’ comes to mind, but don’t write it off just yet! If you’re a fan of seaside towns we have many to offer. Great Britain has 11,073 miles of coastline and nowhere is more than 70 miles from a coast. Seaside towns don’t always have to mean tacky gift shops and fairground rides, think about the magnificent beaches and coastal views which have to be seen... Read More

Guest Post: Unusual Activities in London during the Olympics

London as with many other capital cities plays host to a number of weird and wonderful experiences which are usually reserved for the locals ‘in the know’. This guide will highlight some unusual activities you can experience in London during the Olympics games this summer. Keep your cool If you need to find shelter during the warmer summer weather, but still keep things sporty, then why not climb the Saab ice wall. Forget iced lattes, a fully... Read More

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