My favorite place in the UK, and one I've returned to more than a dozen times. If you don't have a car, it's a little difficult to get to (a bus from Bath -- a trip of a little over an hour -- is the easiest way), but once you're there it's easily navigable. This tiny medieval city is packed ...
Cities near Wells
- 1UK1 review
Wookey Hole caves and family centre in the village of Wookey Hole, Somerset are fantastic! An excellent place to take the children. Firstly, there are the caves, which are wonderful, then you have the rest of the centre with all that it has to offer. There are outdoor amusements for the children, as well as plenty to do indoors. There ...
- 2UK112 reviews
Roman Baths, Sally Lunn's Buns and Sense and Sensibility's Jane Austen are only a few of famous things coming out of this UNESCO's World Heritage Site. Bath has all the typical classic Britain's city and more unique gems that others don't have. It is a truly beautiful city, deep in ancient heritage and full of beautiful architecture. I was there ...
- 3UK44 reviews
Ho avuto modo di visitare Bristol di recente!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!è una bellissima città ,mi sono rimasto a bocca aperta dai parchi naturali,la bristol eye,tutte le case uguali e attaccate.................insomma è davvero bella quella città e grandissima!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- 4UK10 reviews
Amazing for anyone...especially those who love King Arthur stories.
- 5UK3 reviews
A really nice small town, mainly went there to see Cheddar Gorge, but it's also nice to see the home of Cheddar cheese itself.
- 6UK4 reviews
good memoreis of the 80,s ,lived on locking road for about 5 yrs,loved it,will go bk,2 the supermud loool .
- 9UK1 review
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- 15UK1 review
Another pleasant market town in North Dorset. Famous for the castle and abbey which were unfortunately both closed when we visited. Contains a number of independent shops including a couple of nice bakeries.
- 16UK1 review
- 17UK14 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
- 18UK43 reviews
Worth a visit and a night or two. The castle and park are interesting and pretty, if you want to shop the center has every shop you could want, and it is a good launching point to explore the rest of wales.
- 19UK17 reviews
Love loved it!
- 20UK2 reviews
The Avebury Village is the setting for its own standing stones and better than Stonehenge because you can get right up to the stones. The village itself has buildings constructed from interesting looking stones.