Hull is named after the River Hull. Its full name is Kingston-upon-Hull. It’s worth a visit to the Deep, and perhaps after you could stay in the hotel with the smallest window in the world.
Hull was voted European Capital of Culture in 2017, and is also known for being the birthplace of Gaviscon, Bonjela and Lemsip.
Fort William is a town in the western Scottish Highlands. The bridge at Fort William is the one that features on Harry Potter.
It’s known as the gateway to Ben Nevis, the U.K’s highest peak and Glen Nevis valley, home to Steal Falls.
This parish town in Merseyside has plenty to offer in terms of greenery and scenery.
The National Trust beach has dramatic sand dunes and is surrounded by sweeping coastal pinewoods. It’s well worth a visit during the Summer.
Walks through Formby are a peaceful escape, filled with nature and animals.
Bath is one of the oldest cities in the UK, and is known for its architecture, hot springs and ties with the Romans. The Somerset-based city a UNESCO heritage site, and is home to a number of famous buildings including the Baths, Pulteney Bridge, a Gothic Abbey and a vibrant shopping district.
The planet Uranus was actually discovered in Bath in 1781 by the famous German astronomer William Herschel, who was in his home when he detected the presence of the seventh planet in the solar system.
Bath also even has its own currency, so when you visit you can ask for your Pound Sterling to be exchanged for Bath Olivers!
Harrogate is in North Yorkshire and is famous for its cream teas and Turkish baths.
The famous Betty’s is the best place to go for afternoon tea, as it’s a classic Yorkshire institution.
If you love museum and history then Harrogate will be a great place to visit.
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