Welcome to Independence United Kingdom Guide
The United Kingdom has some magnificent places to see and things to do. We hope this web site will inspire you to go out and discover for yourself the amazing sights the UK has to offer.
Use our location guides to explore and plan your next holiday or break and discover what the UK has to offer, witb such a varied choice from weekend city breaks, to relaxing and unwinding in picturesque countryside you will never be short of choices.
Thanks for visiting our web site and hope you find it useful, we will be updating and adding articles, guides, our forum and much more over the coming months so please visit us again soon.
Harnosand in Sweden is a bewitching town with about 17,000 and more inhabitants. This harbor is often called the ‘Jewel’ in the East coast of Sweden for its salubrious weather and scenic beauty. Sweden being one of the places considered the ‘Land of the Midnight Sun’ summers can be fun and winters adventurous. Regarding passport… Read More
Give your kids some wonderful experiences this holiday season. Take them on a vacation to a famous tourist attraction and provide them a reason to proudly boast to their friends about their experiences. Alnwick Castle: This 900 year old residence of Duke of Northumberland is hugely popular, as it is extensively shown in the Harry… Read More
When advertising holidays or holiday homes, travel and estate agents will always flash glossy What estate and travel agencies always neglect to advertise is the value of a local getaway – adverts for sweltering beaches or teetering mountain-top getaways. It’s all action-packed and high-energy, and often you come away feeling more exhausted than when you set… Read More
King’s Cross has been overwhelmingly neglected as a main part of the city of London for many years. A popular place to live from the Victorian times onwards, King’s Cross has grown in population, but also in wear and tear. As the home of St Pancras station, King’s cross is the gateway to London for… Read More
If you are in or around London between the 14th and 20th of June, it is highly recommended that you visit the Art Antiques exhibit, which takes place annually. This year’s attraction once again bought together art dealers from London and the world over to showcase an astounding range of rare antiques and unique artistic… Read More
We all need a holiday now and again: the stress of living has never been so high as in these super-fast modern times, and every day one hears more stories of people dehabilitated by rising levels of stress and anxiety. A holiday is not only important: it is vitally necessary for your wellbeing and happiness…. Read More
Breathtaking countryside to bustling exciting cities
From the jurassic landscape of Dorset and Devon to the golden heather and dramatic mountain ranges of the Highlands of Scotland you will find beautiful scenery, bustling vibrant cities packed pull of museums, galleries and more just waiting to be explored.
With ancient towns and citieslike Chester, Stratford Upon Avon, Canterbury, Warwick, Durham and Edinburgh you will find history comes alive as you wander round the streets, visit preserved castles and fabulous cathedrals and of course the magnificent royal palaces such as Buckingham Palace.
The larger cities such as Glasgow, Manchester, Cardiff, Bristol, Birmingham and Liverpool each have their own unique blend of old and new. Old buildings and warehouses blended with modern architecture and sky scrapers featuring glass and chrome with refelections bouncing in the light.
Of course who could forget the big city London, with just about everything from royal palaces, national museum featuring the worlds most precious artefacts and treasures to some of the worlds best shopping. You will never be short of things to do and see as your senses come alive as you take in the unique atmosphere that is London.
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Grasmere is one of the smallest lakes in the English Lake District. It lies just south of the village of Grasmere and is fed and drained by the River Rothay…. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet
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tripwow.tripadvisor.com – Created at TripWow by TravelPod Attractions (a TripAdvisor™ company) Covent Garden London Filled with restaurants, bars, markets and boutiques, London’s premier tourist center offers fabulous shopping by day, and the destination of theatergoers and patrons of the Royal Opera House by night. Read more at: www.travelpod.com Travel blogs from Covent Garden: – “…… Read More
CATS The Old Gumbie Cat (Original London Cast Recording, 1981). I DO NOT OWN ANYTHING! SERIOUSLY! I’M POOR! Enjoy!!! xD Did you like this? Share it:Tweet