Liverpool’s historic docks are admired across the world and are considered so important to international heritage that in 2004 they were made a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
A team of scientists carried out the work in some of the hardest-to-reach locations in the UK.
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Voices is the Dorset Echo’s weekly youth page, written for young people by young people…
Canterbury is one of the most beautiful and unique cities in England. With its world-famous cathedral, iconic Westgate Towers, and the modern architectural beauty…
This is the best way to see the locations used in the hit HBO series Game of Thrones. Although this is not an in-depth tour for the super fan, it is a great balance between seeing the best locations used and other attractions in the region.
From the historic Robben Island to the Genocide Museum of Cambodia, take a look at some prisons around the world where visitors can gain insight into the struggles and triumphs of the past.
Think you know Belfast? Think again. Stephanie Lukins countdowns eight things she bet you didn’t know about studying in the Northern Irish capital.
LONELY Planet have revealed the top 500 experiences across the UK with Edinburgh Fringe Festival taking the top spot. Other experiences include Stonehenge, the British Museum and even a classic Sunday…
Here’s why you (and all the Harry Potter fans you know) should book a trip to Edinburgh, Scotland now.
To truly get a sense of who the Beatles were, you’ll have to go back to where it all began – Liverpool.
Jodrell Bank is the UK’s newest Unesco World Heritage site – and the easiest way to understand its wonders is to take a guided walk…
September is when Saltaire comes alive.
The Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire was recently given UNESCO World Heritage status, making it the 32nd site to make the list in the UK.
Looking for the best places to visit in Ireland? There are so many things to do in Ireland and Irish landmarks it’s easy to stay busy when you travel here!
A journey on the A66 road in North West England, from the Lake District made famous by Romantic poets to the iron mines of the Cumbrian coast.
Rubbish has been washing up on its isolated beaches in the Pitcairn chain at a rate of several thousand bits of plastic a day…