One year and a half ago we published our basic guide to living in Cardiff. Now we will delve into the city’s main attractions, such as monuments, museums and major events: it’s a tourist guide for knowing more about what you can see in the city and what this fantastic
Wales is a small country, but has a lot to offer. Its green landscape is just as beautiful as any other area of the UK, as it includes three National Parks and five incredible natural areas. Its geography means the sea and the mountains are always at hand for those
Manchester is unique. If you live, work, or go to university there, or just went to a party in Manchester, we’re sure you know what we’re talking about. There is so much to love about this city...
Manchester was the cradle of the Industrial Revolution and the cooperative movement, and it
Whether you live in the Manchester area or are visiting, here are 10 places you can visit for free. Although it’s not one my favorite cities (even though I have visited it 4 times), it is definitely a must-see destination for anyone who lives in the UK... so you should
Those of us who live in Bristol think of Bath as the posh city, the one where we go to take a walk, spend an afternoon or do our Christmas shopping. It’s one of the most beautiful cities at that time of year, as Christmas markets, with more than 129
If you are considering living in Oxford and you think you need information, you’ll find basic information about the city in this article.
1. General information
Oxford is a British city in the county of Oxfordshire and is home to the University of Oxford, the oldest university in the English-speaking world. According
Before immigrating to Brighton, if you haven’t been to another city in the United Kingdom, read our Top10 things you need to prepare before immigrating. Without forgetting how much it costs to live in the UK, which on average is between £600 and £700 a month.
1. General information about the
After two years in the city, I always find it difficult to recommend places to go out other than those on Park Street. But Bristol has a very dynamic nightlife and anyone who complains that they can’t find a good place (and I’ve met people like that!) is just silly.
Bristol is famous for its music and culture, and it has a vibrant food scene that’s difficult to compete with. Here are the 10 best restaurants to eat at for less than £10.
Could anything be more Bristolian? In the very centre of Stokes Croft, the radical, graffiti heart of
Whether you're a hipster looking for vintage things, a crafts lover or you simply like to look at market stands on weekends, here is the list of options in Bristol, which are quite varied:
St. Nicholas Market
The most famous one, because it is in the centre and open every day. It