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10 Must-Visit Places in Glasgow

10 Must-Visit Places in Glasgow

The city of Glasgow began life as a makeshift hamlet of huts centred around a sixth-century church, and was first known as ‘Glenschow’ – meaning ‘beloved green place’ in Celtic. After the cathedral was founded in 1136, and the university established in the fifteenth century, the city was flourishing by the Middle Ages and it became a royal burgh in 1454. Today, what started as a small hamlet has a population of 633,120.

Top 10 Places to Visit in Devon

Top 10 Places to Visit in Devon

By the sea, the Jurassic Coast is well-known for its dramatic landforms and fossil-bearing cliffs. Inland, the landscape is of rolling countryside dominated by agriculture and moorland; in fact, the county has two major National Parks, Dartmoor and Exmoor

10 Must-See Places Along the NC500 Route in Scotland

10 Must-See Places Along the NC500 Route in Scotland

The NC500 is a circular touring route which weaves along the wildly scenic Scottish coastline from Inverness. As you travel through it, you’ll realise that it’s not only a route through some of the most beautiful natural places in Britain; it’s also a striking journey through history. The route passes by weather-beaten castles, lonely battlefields, ancient cairns and numerous reminders of the Highland Clearance of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

9 Places to Visit Around the Cotswolds

9 Places to Visit Around the Cotswolds

Villages in the Cotswolds are world-renowned for their golden-coloured cottages, made from the Jurassic limestone that is quarried in the region. If you enjoy hiking, there are over 3,000 miles of public footpaths to explore in the AONB, with the Cotswold Way being a popular choice for long-distance hikers.