According to the History, The Tower of London is one of the capital’s most iconic buildings, attracting more than two million visitors a year. However, it began as a tourist attraction only from the Victorian era. Prior to that, the Tower of London is just about everything else.
According to recent figures released by VisitBritain and the airline data analysis firm ForwardKeys, bargain-hunting international travelers grabbed the opportunity to book trips to the freshly discounted U.K. Resulting to the “Brexit” vote, also known as the June 24 Referendum, July was the utmost month ever for inbound tourism to the UK. There have been an estimated 3.8 million visitors descending in the country.
The clip that lasts for one-minute was posted by the Syrian Ministry of Tourism on their Facebook page highlighting the other side of the war-torn city. Interestingly, they opt for a mainstream theme song to go with it, which is the opening music from the "Game of Thrones" series, according to Time.
The Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty states that United Kingdom is looking at summer of 2019 to leave the European Union, all according to BBC News.
Rumors have spread that financial health may affect their passenger's flight bookings but United Kingdom's budget airline Monarch has stated that the firm and its flight schedules are going steady and normal as they are.
United Kingdom did not “vote to turn inwards,” United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May told the United Nations as it backed Brexit, according to BBC.
A few months ago, Britain made a decision to leave European Union and not everyone is pleased. If people think that this move will not affect travelers in any way, then they'd have to think again.
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A superstition is a belief that something causes another event, usually good fortune or bad luck, even though they are not directly connected to each other. This article will focus on the top 5 British superstitions associated with bad luck. Read to find out about them.
Known as one of the most powerful cities during the medieval times, York remains as the wondrous walled city people admire to date. While the place may have been established as a fort, York has now built up an exceptional reputation among drinkers worldwide.