just-wanna-travel:

Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland, UK
Big Ben. London, UK
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Anonymous asked:

Hello! I'm looking into planning a trip to the UK (MAYBE FRANCE but that's a big maybe) but I really don't know where to begin. There is so much information out there but it's either a. not really what I'm looking for a B. neat but not stuff we'd be into doing. I know there are websites where you can put together a trip all in one place but I find that it's not as personable as they make it seem. Any help where to start?


GO TO HARRY POTTER STUDIOS IF YOU ARE A FAN AT ALL

okay no but also you need to talk to Cheri at enchantedengland, she literally spends half her life planning her next trip to England, she’s your one stop British trip planning shop/blog/whatever. Her ask is probably turned off but just send her a fan mail message and tell her I sent you lol

I’d start with a basic budget and schedule and make a priority list of things you want to do and see and go from there. 

anyone else got advice?

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Honister Pass, Cumbria, UK
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Bowderstone-Lake District-UK
By Saffron Belle Barham
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Formby beach/woods-Liverpool-UK
By Saffron Belle Barham
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Burghley House-Stamford-UK
By Saffron Belle Barham
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Elvaston castle, Derbyshire, UK.
Photograph by Amy Johnson.
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livefortravel:

Snowy Edinburgh ♥
lerical Sunbeam
The View from York Minster. York Minster is a cathedral in York, England and is one of the largest of its kind in Northern Europe, and is home to the Archbishop of York (the second highest position in the Church of England), a title currently held by John Sentamu. he formal title of York Minster is “The Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of St Peter in York”. The title “minster” is attributed to churches established in the Anglo-Saxon period as missionary teaching churches, and serves now as an honorific title. The Minster was completed and then consecrated in 1472.Visitors are invited to climb to the very top of the Minster’s central tower, which stands at over 230ft high – thus making it the highest point in York, and includes 275 steps – the vast majority of which are in two separate spiral staircases. Once at the summit one experiences a spectacular 360° view of the City of York, as well as its surrounding environs. During the climb you come in close proximity to many examples of 14th century architecture including the medieval pinnacles, flying buttresses. and gargoyles Within this photography, you can see the West Wing of the Minster,  whilst in the background you can clearly make out the Yorkshire Wheel aka the York Eye, before making out the vast grass lands of the Yorkshire Dales.
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Cwm-Yr-Eglwys, United Kingdom
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ysvoice:

| ♕ |  Pastoral - Cotswolds village, England  | by © flash of light
St. Andrews church in the cotswolds village of Naunton, in the Windrush valley, Gloucestershire, England.
Edinburgh, Scotland
Stonehenge, Wiltshire, England
Clevedon Pier, Somerset, England
Opaque  by  andbamnan