Europe’s most beautiful beaches


Europe, between the Atlantic Ocean and the various seas that wash its coasts offers a wide range of beaches that can be very different. The choice is vast, from the black sand beaches of Iceland to the long sandy beaches of England or Scotland to the surf spots of Portugal. But to be honest, holidaymakers tend to head for the developed beaches of southern Europe and the Mediterranean basin, such...

Best Guide to the Liverpool-London Journey


Table of ContentsLiverpool-London Journey OptionsSpeed Demons: High-Speed TrainsScenic Seekers: The Alluring Coach JourneySoaring High: A Bird’s-Eye View for the AdventurousBeyond the Usual: Alternative and Eco-Friendly OptionsDeciding Factors: Tailoring Your JourneyBeyond Transportation: Prepping for Your ArrivalEnchanting Detours on Your Liverpool-London Road TripFirst Leg: Cheshire Cat...

The Best Attractions in Birmingham: A Comprehensive Guide


Birmingham is a city in the West Midlands region of England, United Kingdom. It is the second-largest city in the UK, after London, with a population of over 1.1 million people in the city proper and 4.3 million in the wider metropolitan area. Birmingham is a diverse and multicultural city, with people from all over the world living and working together. It is a major center for business...

Visiting Liverpool: A Comprehensive Guide to its Best Attractions


Liverpool, often referred to simply as “Liverpool,” is a major city and metropolitan borough located in the northwest of England, United Kingdom. Historically known for its rich maritime heritage, legendary music scene, and diverse cultural tapestry, Liverpool is a city that has made an indelible mark on the world stage. Liverpool played a significant role in the transatlantic slave...

An Egyptian boat fire kills three British tourists


I am deeply saddened to hear about the tragic deaths of three British tourists in a boat fire in Egypt’s Red Sea. I offer my condolences and sympathy to the families and friends affected by those who died. This is a reminder of the importance of safety when traveling. Staying safe is crucial in any activity, and it is essential to be mindful of the possible dangers and to take appropriate...

Entry fee of $12 for travelers announced by the UK


On February 8, 2023, the UK government announced it will start charging visitors a £10 (about $12.50) Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) fee beginning in 2024. The fee will apply to all visa-free visitors except British and Irish citizens. The ETA will be required for all short-term visits to the UK, including tourism, business, and study. Visitors will be able to apply for an ETA online...

Travelers to the UK will have to pay a $12 entry fee


The UK government announced on June 8, 2023, that it would be introducing a new Electronic Travel Authorisation (ETA) scheme for visitors from visa-waiver countries. The ETA will cost £10 (about $12.50) and will be valid for two years. The project is expected to come into effect in 2024. The UK government says that the ETA will help improve border security and that We can generate income to...

British athletics star declines to travel to Australia due to ‘climate concerns.’


One of Britain’s ruling junior female persistence athletes has been nicknamed ‘the Greta Thunberg of the joke’ for refusing to travel to Australia due to a ‘deep concern’ for the environment.Innes Fitzgerald, 16, asked British Athletics not to pick her for the World Cross Country Championships in Bathurst, New South Wales, on February 18.“The reality of the...

Europe’s remote, lost-in-time villages


I heard them before I saw them, the soft jangle of metal bells carrying on the warm evening air. Weary hooves scuffed up clouds of dust as the herd trudged up Viscri’s dirt-road high street, stopping to gulp water from a trough beneath a gnarled walnut tree. Routine kicked in, and they peeled away through arched gateways and into their own cobbled courtyards, where they’d be milked...

Mini guide to nightlife in Glasgow


Whether you’re after a wee dram in a cosy pub, a microbrewery beer in a swanky bar or a night filled with loud live music and dancing, Glasgow’s nightlife has something for everyone. PubsThe legendary city pub, The Horseshoe Bar, dates from the late 19th century and is largely unchanged. It’s a picturesque spot and, at nearly 32 metres, its Victorian bar is one of the longest in the UK. But the...


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