Cities for Budget Travelers in United Kingdom
- 41UK10 reviews
Swansea is the second largest city in South Wales. It is a pleasant city with lots of accommodation to choose from. There are plenty of shops, restaurants and nightlife to keep you entertained. It is the gateway to the Gower and is great for a weekend away.
- 42UK10 reviews
Beyond the golf, there is a world-class university (and some top-notch beaches too!)
- 43UK10 reviews
I was there in 1998 !!!!!! It was wonderful!!!! I had courses at COLDERDALE)
- 44UK17 reviews
Bournemouth is a large coastal resort town in the ceremonial county of Dorset, England. Bournemouth's location on the south coast of England has made it a popular destination for tourists.
- 45UK10 reviews
Dundee has a lot of interesting things to do for tourists, the Discovery ship, Unicorn
- 46UK13 reviews
Dover was kind of trashy and run down but at least the drive there and area around was nice.There are three pretty churches on the main street and We also found some great Indian food so all was well.
- 47UK1 review
- 48UK20 reviews
Don't forget about UK destinations. A great one is St Ives -- the Barbara Hepworth Museum is a don't-miss (go on a guided tour; the museum is small but the stories the guide told us brought it to life); the Tate St Ives is worth a visit and Gwithian is a great village nearby with good surfing and a friendly ...
- 49UK7 reviews
Gorgeous medieval town, good food (loved Finbarr's), coffee shops, and a beautiful view
- 50UK2 reviews
Idyllic town in northern Ireland known mostly for the Giant's Causeway. Nice place for a stopover.
- 51UK6 reviews
De Montfort Hall
- 52UK9 reviews
...bè che dire, una città fantastica, che frequentavo nei miei giorni liberi durante un periodo di volontariato nella piccola cittadina di Saltasch, a circa 20 minuti di macchina o pulman urbano che partiva appunto da Saltash. Da londra ci arrivi tranquillamente in 5 ore con poche sterline utilizzando la compagnia http://www.nationalexpress.com/home.aspx è una città giovane e tantissimo proiettata alla vita ...
- 53UK4 reviews
This is not a city and is prone to flooding in times of heavy rain.
- 54UK4 reviews
Having lived in London my whole life I thought I'd seen everything I possibly could have but London never stops giving. Camden Town is just 10 minutes from central London on the tube which makes it easily accessible to anyone visiting in and around London. It's a completely different shopping atmosphere to that of mainstream London with its unique and ...
- 55UK7 reviews
it the best place i have been love yarmouth it nice sinaery and lots of fun thinks to do
- 56UK3 reviews
Lived in Chichester for two years, got to know a lot of the surrounding countryside. Absolutley beautiful, quaint little town close to Brighton and a short train ride to London. Weather was mostly mild all year round. Best Indian food I ever had! Oh and the fish and chips are to die for! A lot of history and local British ...
- 57UK6 reviews
Perfect for a nice day trip if your staying a while in Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield or Birmingham.
- 58UK8 reviews
This is a beautiful place with lots to do great caravan sites and very friendly people been loads of times.
- 59UK12 reviews
We were here on our honeymoon in October so we don't know what it is like during the season. It was the first week of our trip after our hectic wedding so we wanted to stay in a really nice hotel on the Cornish Coast and just relax. The hotel we chose just happened to be in Newquay. I got ...
- 60UK6 reviews