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Of Touristic Interest in London
Swiss Re Tower
The Guerkin tower, as it is popularly known for obvious reasons, is officially called 30 St Mary Axe and is located in the City of London's financial district. It is a spectacular building, both day and night when it is illuminated. Many people compare it to the Agbar Tower in Barcelona for its similarity. You can see it like this from all over the city. It was designed by British architect Norman Foster. It is 180 meters high and opened its doors in 2004. Its interior can be visited only once a year in September: Www.Openhouse.Org.Uk).
Of Touristic Interest in London
London from the Thames
Skyline in Hdr
Of Touristic Interest in London
Thames River Cruises
Hi guys! We did a 2 hour guided tour through the south bank of the Thames and loved the experience, they tell stories you would not know if you went alone, and also it was cheap, 10 pounds. The girl's name was Naomi and worked for WalkAroundLondon
Of Touristic Interest in London
Lloyd's London Building
Built between 1978 and 1986, designed by architect Richard Rogers (who worked with Renzo Piano in the construction of the Centre Pompidou in Paris), the impressive Lloyd's Building in London stands between classical and Gothic buildings of the City of London. The building, with its hyper modern silhouette, consists of three interconnected towers in the financial district of London.
Of Touristic Interest in Manchester
Wheel of Manchester
In Manchester powerhouse, it is surprising to find a Ferris wheel. It is very reminiscent of London Eye, London's spectacular building, and it also allows you to see the city from a different perspective: from the air. The funny thing is that it is located in a strange place for an "attraction" of this type, almost embedded in a triangle between buildings, and next to two of the most important buildings of the city: The Ubis and Printworks. You can visit it either during the day or at night, if you want to see the city in two different ways, awake or asleep.
Of Touristic Interest in London
London County Hall
I have been to London several times, but every time I go I am still surprised at the number of tourists and all the different places. Also the view is spectacular from the London Eye - you have a panoramic unparalleled view of the city in just one spin. You can also visit Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and see the bridge that crosses the Thames. Definitely a place to visit again and again.
Of Touristic Interest in Richmond
Petersham Nurseries
Here, you can buy all kinds of plants, seeds, and gardening tools. The furniture is also for sale. After going through a walk through the nursery, you can have a slice of cake or a lovely brunch in the café. There's also a Michelin-starred restaurants within the greenhouse which is worth a visit. I recommend it 100%!
Of Touristic Interest in Liverpool
Radio City Tower
At 133 meters high this tower presides over the city skyline from everywhere. The original building was a source of ventilation for the city market. Today, at the top, you can dine in a revolving restaurant and it's home to Radio City, a well known Liverpool radio station.
Of Touristic Interest in London
Abbey Road Studios
But as a massive Beatles fan it was great being able to see the place they created so many amazing songs and getting a picture crossing the road!
Of Touristic Interest in Liverpool
Yellow Submarine
How could I not visit, this place is an absolute must to see in Liverpool, this working class city is not very touristic, therefore one of the most interesting things to visit is related to "The Beatles". Here I leave my contribution, I hope you enjoy the famous yellow submarine of this British group.
Of Touristic Interest in Fort William
Highland Cows
When you're traveling through the Scottish Highlands it's easy to stumble across a meadow with these typical cows. These cows have long, red fur. They're called Longhom cows. They are raised primarily for their meat which is great (I tell you from own experience). They teach you that we are found on the Isle of Skye, although it is difficult to find anywhere in the Highlands.
Of Touristic Interest in Fort William
The Jacobite Steam Train
All aboard, Harry Potters fans, to the Hogwarts Express! "The Jacobite" is an excellent steam train ride that can take you to Fort William to Mallaig. The route consists of 42 miles of spectacular views over lakes, mountains and meadows. It's unreal! Ben Nevis, climb the mountains around Glenfinnan and reach the shores of the sea to the Hebridean islands. Enjoy from your comfortable seat the beauty and history of the West Highlands. This train passes through the famous bridge of Harry Potter movies, the Glenfinnan Viaduct.
Of Touristic Interest in Glencoe
Scottish Highlands
The wild untamed lands of Scotland have hidden treasures in every corner: Loch Ness, the Isle of Skye, Orkney, Fort William, Inverness, the countless castles of the ancient clans... all make this land a place to lose yourself and enjoy the most unspoilt nature that can be found anywhere in Europe.
Of Touristic Interest in Taunton
A very beautiful region of South West England with parks and amazing coastline with cliffs. Everything is very green and relaxing. Not the kind of place where you say: "OK, I'll go to the coast to swim", though some fools get in the water at any time of year to go surfing. Apparently, the waves are very good. It's best to rent a car, at least once you get to one of the main cities (Bristol, Bath and Wells) to be able to move freely. In Enterprise for example, you can rent from Friday to Monday for less than 50 euros. It's well worth it because the trains are expensive. The most amazing natural point is Exmoor National Park, which is along the coast. The hills of the region, with the sheep, provide beautiful scenery, but the weather can be terrible. Make sure before you go, because it is three hours drive from London. Some of te best local food: strawberries, lamb, and cider. In many places you see roadside offers to visit farms to see how strawberries are grown or how cider is produced.
Of Touristic Interest in Edinburgh
Edinburgh Bus Tours
The bus tour of Edinburgh is, as like most large cities, a double-decker bus tour. The price is 9 pounds (you can use public transport without limit for 3 pounds, but you have to know which bus goes where and when) and ensures you will not lose time and passes major attractions in the most direct way. The bus goes every 20 minutes 9 am - 4 pm and there's a small discount for students. It goes past the castle, Holyroodhouse Palace (the Scottish Buckingham Palace since the queen stays here and it was Mary Stuart's), then turns around Princes Street and Commercial Street for shopping. Then the new city, a UNESCO heritage site, the royal mile (a mile of the finest shops) and parliament (an architectural curiosity that deserves a look). Nothing you can do on foot, really, but if you have only a weekend it's ideal transport.
Of Touristic Interest in Portsmouth
Spinnaker Tower
Nice city for have a walk or for take a ferry to Isle of Wight
Of Touristic Interest in Manchester
Salford Quays
With the arrival of Media City UK which is the new home of the BBC, this area full of canals, stores, restaurants and the famous tram. It´s in one of the newest and most recently renovated areas in Manchester.
Of Touristic Interest in Craignure
Oban to Mull Ferry
This ferry gives a ride of about 46 minutes, one of the most amazing voyages, in terms of scenery. Given that out of the west coast of Scotland in Oban, we see if from a nice perspective as we go away, to the island of Lismore, where the sky changes as if it had its own personality and we found the beacon to mariners to Lismore and the sighting of the coast of the Isle of Mull ... Where the first thing I saw was the structure of Duart Castle and the port or Craignure ferry terminal. All this, accompanied by a visit from some dolphins approaching boats that ply those waters.
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