The Royal Security – Changing Of Guards

The Changing of the Guard ceremony is perhaps the most recognized formality in Europe, and is conducted at Buckingham Palace every odd day of the week beginning at 11:30pm. Although the ceremony doesn’t get started until 11: 30, mass of tourists begin swarming the palace gates and beyond as ... read more

The Symbol Of Power – Tower Of London

The tower of London has been an integral part of British Royal History for nearly 1000 years. Only at this place one can marvel at the breathtaking beauty of Crown Jewels and stand on the execution site of three British queens. The Tower of London has a very interesting ... read more

Wolverhampton City Guide

Introduction Wolverhampton is a wonderful city steeped in history and tradition. With so many places to go and entertainment to enjoy you will never be without something to do. Places of interest Wolverhampton’s list of places of interest is vast as there is so much to see. Whatever your ... read more

Great Yarmouth – For The Perfect Seaside Holiday!

A buzzing seaside resort, Great Yarmouth on the beautiful Norfolk coast has all the right ingredients for a traditional seaside holiday the whole family will enjoy. Long stretches of golden beach, bags of attractions both indoor and outdoor for all ages, and many places to eat—including of course the ... read more

European Capital Of Culture – What’s It All About

The European Capital of Culture changes on an annual basis. Each country in the EU takes its turn having the European Capital of Culture (ECC) within its boundaries. The nation is fixed on a rotational basis, but there is great competition between the cities and regions of the nominated ... read more

Edinburgh Stag Do Ideas

While most folk will take any excuse for a party, there are some party reasons that have stood the test of time. Take the stag do, for example. It’s been around since at least early Greek times when the lads of Sparta saw to it that their about-to-be-married chums ... read more

Culturally London

Quite a lot of people have striven to define ‘Englishness’ and failed in fact English culture is really a mixed culture, having assimilated the best from many other cultures. Racially the English are Celts, Romans, Vikings, Saxons, Normans, with a handful of lesser traits thrown in for good measure. ... read more

A Trip To Revisit And Rediscover The Best Of Great Yarmouth

Childhood memories are made of bright colours and tingling tastes and ring with fun and laughter. As you rekindle thoughts of those days when simple pleasures brought huge delight, the times that spring to mind are always care-free school days, delicious home cooking and classic seaside holidays. Glorious days ... read more