If you’re a Game of Thrones fan and planning on heading to Northern Ireland, then you must put the Winterfell Tour on your bucket list! Located a one hour drive from Belfast city, you can spend the day at Winterfell Castle as well as various other Game of Thrones filming locations.
From bombs, bullets and being one of the most dangerous places to visit in the world. Belfast has pulled off a remarkable transformation with modern art, fast-expanding foodie scene and vibrant music-filled pubs. It won’t damage your wallet either as it’s one of the cheapest cities to visit in the UK.
The stunning Causeway Coast, castles, beautiful sheer cliffs, Guinness and ultra-friendly locals. If you’re a Throner (if you don’t know what that means, then you’re not) you will definitely have a few GoT-related places on your checklist.
Made famous by the “Onion Johnnies” Roscoff is surprisingly scenic with some stunning surrounding landscape, floral displays and 16th century granite houses.
A popular resort on the northern coast of Brittany best known for its beaches and for being at the centre of the Coast of Pink Granite.
The town feels more like a village, with its slanted half-timbered houses, narrow cobbled streets, footbridges spanning the rivers and the rustic atmosphere. Which all give it a distinctive Breton Celtic character.
Nestling at the bottom of the deep valley foothills of the Monts d’Arrée mountains. Morlaix is a good-looking town, with art and history. A uniquely narrow centre filled with its famous half-timbered houses, all overlooked by the towering Viaduct, a truly astonishing sight.
A great day out for everyone, especially If you like adrenaline, thrill and water rides like me.
A fun day out for all the family. If you like your sports, flowers or traditional games the Scoriton Summer Fair has it all. #Scoriton #Dartmoor
I was recently on holiday with a group of friends and most of the time we had to get separate vehicles to get to our destinations as we couldn’t always all fit into one vehicle. On two occasions, once at a lake in Chiang Mai, another was at Wat Pho temple in Bangkok, we found ourselves separated after being dropped off on opposite sides with no idea where the others were. Luckily Whatsapp came to our rescue with location sharing in real time.