The North of England:
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Gritty, historic and down-to-earth, Liverpool is one of England’s most important port cities. There’s maritime history to discover, cultural history in museums and galleries throughout the city, the ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, October 2012
2008’s European Capital of Culture, Liverpool, still reigns strong as one of Northern England’s most visited cities. Whether you’re looking to discover the music scene that gave birth to The Beatles, ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, July 2012
Once a heart of England’s textile industry, Leeds has updated itself to become one of the most vibrant cities in the north of England .
Whether it’s history, shopping, sport, or nightlife you’re ...
From the eerie wilderness of the Yorkshire moors as brought to life by the Bronte sisters’ novels, to the medieval architecture lining the cobbled streets of York, the northern England county of ...
Written by Viator, February 2012
There is more to the United Kingdom than just London. About 160 miles from London is the city of Manchester, a gorgeous town filled with stunning architecture, chic restaurants and cafes, arts and ...
Whether you’re in town to catch a football game or simply to explore one of northern England ’s most vibrant cities, here are a few tips for getting around Manchester .
1. Explore on foot
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, June 2012
Yes, the weather’s often not great in Manchester but don’t let that put you off, Manchester is a lively, historic northern city which has spawned some excellent music (Oasis, The Smiths, Manchester’s ...
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