UK Cities to Visit
Thames view, London
Situated on the river Mersey in the North-West of England,
Liverpool is a major UK city with an important history as a transatlantic port when
ocean liners were the most significant means of transport to the Americas.
Capital of the UK, London has hundreds of visitor attractions in the heart of itís city centre including its
famous London landmarks such as Tower Bridge, the Tower of London itself and St Paul's Cathedral.
London has become an expensive place to buy property. Lets look at some of the most affluent areas and we can dream.
3 Most Expensive Areas to Live in London.
With many different attractions, restaurants, theatres and plenty of night life there is something for every type of tourist to experience.
London City Break.
When you're treating yourself to a break in the capital you really want to make sure that you choose a hotel that offers something
a little bit special.
5 unique and unusual places to stay in London.
Situated in north west England, Manchester is seen by many as the 'capital' of the north of England.
More at: A guide to Manchester
Our guide to enjoying this gem of the North West
More at: Things to do in Manchester this autumn.
Newcastle is THE good time town in the North East, in fact, in the whole of England.
More at: Why Newcastle is the UKís best party town for a Stag Weekend
Stoke-on-Trent, also known as The Potteries because of its long association with the ceramics industry, is made up of six towns: Hanley (the city centre), Burslem, Longton, Stoke, Fenton and Tunstall. The six towns were amalgamated into the county borough of Stoke-on-Trent in 1910.
More at: Stoke-on-Trent City Break Guide
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