Cities for Green Travelers in United Kingdom
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About an hour south of London, Lewes is a very cute little town with a quirky, artistic population.
- 23UK21 reviews
Nice town, with a pretty river cutting through it. The cathedral and castle are nice. Inverness is a good stopping place between Edinburgh, nearby Loch Ness, and for trips going further north and to the Orkney Islands
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- 24UK60 reviews
The Beatles. The Titanic. Port town. The European Capital of Culture for 2008. Fantastic architecture. Great museums. Football. Music clubs. I didn't much expect to like Liverpool, but I ended up enjoying my three-day stay there tremendously. There's just nothing like a bustling port city, and the Mersey always has plenty of activity.
- 25UK30 reviews
We traveled from Manchester to Leeds for our meeting with buyers at the Asda Corporation in Leeds. After our meeting, we enjoyed a few days sightseeing in Leeds,and we were not disappointed by what we experienced in the city. I have never seen such beautiful architecture anywhere in the world. We are looking forward to a return visit, hopefully sooner ...
- 26UK33 reviews
Amazing city! Get yourself on a black taxi tour for a great few hours touring the area and learning about its colourful past. A bargain at around 10 euro per person.
- 27UK38 reviews
Complete toilet of a place with some of the most revolting food I've ever eaten.
- 28UK14 reviews
Charming English town, with a wonderful old town. The cathedral is beautiful, and you can see a copy of the Magna Carta. Close to Salisbury is Sarum, the old capitol of the English Kingdom under William the Conqueror, Stonehenge, and Avebury
- 29UK23 reviews
We hung out here on our way back from Wales to Southeast England and had a fairly nice afternoon. The town was way too crowded though and it took us forever to find something to eat, we walked all over town and found a bunch of pubs on some kind of meal "off time", places that had waiting lists and ...
- 30UK19 reviews
Famous for its dockyards, it is a guaranteed a great day, or even weekend, out. It has a brilliant shopping centre, and it also has a landmark of it's own, Spinnaker Tower, which you can go up, but it does cost a bit.
- 31UK10 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.
- 32UK10 reviews
Beyond the golf, there is a world-class university (and some top-notch beaches too!)
- 33UK10 reviews
I was there in 1998 !!!!!! It was wonderful!!!! I had courses at COLDERDALE)
- 34UK43 reviews
A brilliant place for shopping, and eating out, especially in the bay! It has it's own history with Cardiff castle, and has many modern notables too, such as the Millennium Stadium, and the Doctor Who tour which is filmed here.
- 35UK17 reviews
one of the most interesting things i have did in my life
- 36UK10 reviews
Dundee has a lot of interesting things to do for tourists, the Discovery ship, Unicorn
- 37UK51 reviews
Most people who visit England or the UK for that matter never leave London. By comparison Birmingham is tiny but sweet. It's nice to see a bit of what is going on in the rest of the country.
- 38UK13 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.
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- 40UK20 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 ...