Tourist Attractions

The Iconic Alnwick Castle

Alnwick Castle, situated in the County of Northumberland, is one of the principal seats of the Percy family, Dukes and Earls of Northumberland, and certainly one of the best specimens of a baronial residence in […]

Tourist Attractions

Muncaster Castle in Cumbria

The haunted Muncaster Castle, owned by the Pennington Family for over 800 years, is often visited by researchers of supernatural phenomena. The “Tapestry Room” is so creepy that family members didn’t want to sleep there […]

Tourist Attractions

Saint Michael’s Mount in Cornwall

The island with the former Benedictine monastery, St Michael’s Mount near Marazion in Cornwall, is one of those rare and singular objects which impress the mind with sensations of adoration, pleasure, and astonishment, the instant it […]

Tourist Attractions

The River Thames

The Thames is by far the best-known river in Britain The Thames lies at the heart of London. Over the centuries, London grew into an important wealthy world city because of its river trade. At […]

Croatia

National Park Kornati

The National Park Kornati was declared a national park in 1980. The name Kornati derives from the name of the main island in the group “Kornat.” The park was set up to protect the waters, […]

Croatia

Modra Špilja (Blue Grotto)

The island of Biševo, has a Blue Grotto, where at midday, the water takes on beautiful colours. A monastery was built here around 1000 AD, which resisted raids by pirates and Saracens for 200 years. […]