Heathrow airport: don’t miss your early morning flight with these tips

Heathrow Airport

You have heard anxiety-invoking tales of how colleagues and friends missed their early morning flight and the ensuing discomfort. Unfortunately for you, the flight to your destination is scheduled to leave in the morning. Of course, the news doesn’t make …

Top 5 destinations this fall – 2020

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The five destinations listed and described below are trending globally and bookings for these places are going through the roof. Except for London, which is well known and is topping any destination list for decades, the rest of places are less known as ‘classic’ choice for world wide travelers.

Visit United Kingdom: 14 things you need to know

United Kingdom, London

The United Kingdom (UK) consists of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, each of them with distinguished geographies. England is the home of London, a global financial and cultural centre and river Thames, major landmark in the UK. Scotland is a land of Highland mountains, offshore islands of Skye and Lewis, and the legendary Loch Ness monster. Wales is mountainous, but also has miles of beaches and castles at Cardiff, Caernarfon, Caerphilly and Conwy. Northern Ireland is known for its scenic Glens of Antrim and a coastline featuring the Giant’s Causeway, amazing natural formation of hexagonal rock columns.

Edinburgh: memorable and beautiful city

Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh is the capital and second largest city of Scotland, sitting in the Central Belt of the country. It has an elegant Georgian New Town with gardens and neoclassical houses and medieval Old Town, with Edinburgh Castle, home to the crown jewels of Scotland and the Stone of Destiny used in Scottish rulers’ coronations.

London: majestic, diverse and with unique style

London, UK

London, the capital of the United Kingdom (and of England), is a modern city, but with history stretching back to 1st century. Reminders of rich history are the Houses of Parliament, the iconic ‘Big Ben’ clock tower and Westminster Abbey, while across the Thames River, modern, London Eye observation wheel sits as a contrast and a reminder that city embraced new era and technology in everyday life.