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by Nico McKenzie
If you truly want to experience the beauty of the South West of England, then Devon is the perfect spot for you to explore.
Devon is also home to not one coastline but two! Being the only county in England to have two to choose from, both being different in their unique ways.
Devon is home to four major cities: Exeter, Plymouth, Torquay and Bideford.
Devon is also easily accessible from London with frequent train journeys to Exeter taking only around two to three hours, making Devon a perfect location for a weekend getaway.
Devon has some stunning coastal hikes, areas of outstanding natural beauty, stunning beaches and picturesque landscapes.
Weather-wise, Devon can be just as lovely as other European destinations in the summer, so why not make the most of what’s on your doorstep in England?
Friday, 1st July 2022
Cornwall is a county in the southwest of England that’s famous for its spectacular coastline and its unusually good weather. As you might imagine, the two above facts combine to make Cornwall an exceedingly popular destination for English people looking to enjoy a no-fly holiday! But is it worth the hype? Absolutely!
Monday, 6th June 2022
Wondering what to do in Belfast, Northern Ireland? Look no further; we’ve packed all the best things to do in Belfast today into this article.
From the famous Titanic Quarter, the original home of the RMS Titanic, with the HMS Caroline, Titanic Belfast, and the Pump House, to top museums, such as the Ulster Museum and the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, there is so much to discover.
Saturday, 7th May 2022
Situated on the north coast of Wales along the Menai Straits, Bangor is in a wonderful setting. With views of the Isle of Anglesey and the Menai Suspension Bridge in one direction, and Snowdonia’s towering peaks in the other, this friendly coastal city packs a powerful scenic punch. The history of Bangor is an interesting one - Bangor’s origins lie in the early 6th century, when Saint Deiniol founded a monastery on the city’s present-day site. It’s believed the name Bangor, an ancient Welsh word meaning ‘wall’, may have originated from the wattle-style enclosure that ringed the monastery.
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