United Kingdom

Travel ideas for the United Kingdom – trip tips and recommendations from my experiences travelling in the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom comprises England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It has beautiful landscapes, attractive cities, ancient sites, and rich cultural traditions. Here you will find exciting travel ideas for travelling in the United Kingdom so start planning your trip now and experience everything that the United Kingdom has to offer travellers.

Handel & Hendrix in London 25 Brook Street
City Break Travel Ideas, London, United Kingdom

Wandering with Handel & Hendrix in London

On Brook Street, in the uber-affluent area of Mayfair, are two of London’s famous blue plaques. It explains that there once dwelt here two musicians, neighbours across the centuries, George Frideric Handel and James Marshall ‘Jimi’ Hendrix. Both lived in London in the later part of their lives, enjoying massive […]

Chambers of Flavour London
City Break Travel Ideas, Food & Drink Travel Ideas, London, United Kingdom

London: Explore the Chambers of Flavour

It’s a new form of intrepid travel, through multiple dimensions of the London foodie scene: introducing the Chambers of Flavour v2.0. It’s incredibly high risk and the location is top secret but I can share with you just a little about this culinary journey that is taking London by storm. […]

City Break Travel Ideas, Hiking Travel Ideas, London, United Kingdom

Wandering on London’s South Bank

Once the home of notorious taverns, theatres, and bear-baiting pits, London’s South Bank has been transformed into a glamorous promenade that is a must-see for any visitor. This is a great place to stay, especially for first-time visitors, thanks to the plethora of London Intercontinental Hotels Group accomodations nearby. You’ll find […]

City Break Travel Ideas, Film & Literary Travel Ideas, London, United Kingdom

Wandering in Leighton House Museum, London

Leighton House Museum is one of my favourite London Museums – definitely one of those “hidden gems” that most people have never heard of but which I have returned to again and again over the years when visiting London. The reason I’ve never written a post about Leighton House Museum […]