Cities for Trendsters in United Kingdom
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- 21UK60 reviews
It's a funny city with dead zones that date almost from WWII and a lot of rubble in a belt between the docks and the midtown, but it's undergone a lot of gentrification. Be sure to explore the Albert Dock area, which includes a Tate museum.
- 22UK30 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 ...
- 23UK43 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.
- 24UK51 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.
- 25UK25 reviews
Home to Windsor castle, Eton College, and a very scenic town. Accessible by train through Reading and Slough. Great day out with family and the castle is stunning. Be sure to allow a day.
- 26UK15 reviews
Sheffield is a great city for students; it has tons of pubs and clubs, you can go party every day of the week.
- 27UK38 reviews
Complete toilet of a place with some of the most revolting food I've ever eaten.
- 28UK14 reviews
Even though most people just pass here to see Stonehenge, it is a really lovely town with a gorgeous cathedral. It shouldn't be so overlooked as much!
- 29UK22 reviews
A easy train ride away from central London, Stratford-Upon-Avon is almost like mecca for those paying homage to the city's most famous son, William Shakespeare. While the Globe is a must visit for Shakespeare fans out there (esp. if not enough time to get out of London), the Royal Shakespeare Theatre is a definite must. What a memorable experience to ...
- 30UK17 reviews
If you're in London for a while, I highly recommend getting out of the city and visiting the countryside, and Nottingham is a great choice. It is large enough that the train is direct from London,but there are also very cute, tiny towns surrounding it and of course, Sherwood Forest!
- 31UK18 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.
- 32UK13 reviews
Chester is a city but of the sleepy variety. No glitzy lights and hardcore clubbing scene here, although due to it having a college and law school, there are plenty of studenty haunts and a few good night spots. Chester's interesting historically - originally a Roman settlement, it retains some of the legacy of this with old city walls, cobbled ...
- 33UK21 reviews
A great walk around the River Ness. We watched fly fishermen catch salmon. We stayed at a wonderful guest house, The Strathness. Great beds and the breakfast was very good. We ate at a wonderful restaurant about three blocks away. There is a beautiful Episcopal Church across the street. We had a great view of the castle which is used ...
- 34UK10 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.
- 35UK19 reviews
The famous locale of Chaucer's tales, this charming, lovely city is home not only to the gorgeous Canterbury Cathedral, but lots of restaurants, pubs, and shops lining quaintly cobbled streets. Spring for a themed tour, or simply amble your way throughout the old town for a pleasant afternoon.
- 36UK9 reviews
Sleepy little English town. Awake to the sounds of little song birds singing out in the thick and low rolling fog. Gives that classical English country feel without being too far from the big city.
- 37UK10 reviews
Beyond the golf, there is a world-class university (and some top-notch beaches too!)
- 38UK10 reviews
I was there in 1998 !!!!!! It was wonderful!!!! I had courses at COLDERDALE)
- 39UK17 reviews
one of the most interesting things i have did in my life
- 40UK10 reviews
Dundee has a lot of interesting things to do for tourists, the Discovery ship, Unicorn