The UK has many Arts and Cultural Festivals taking place throughout the year - large and small. We have listed some of these below so you can bear them in mind when planning dates and locations for your trip.
Visitor's to Britain often to stay in Central London. The problem is, where is Central London? London is a vast city with hundreds of attractions, hotels, areas and zones. Here is a rough guide to help you decide where you might like to stay.
Whilst the Christian events calendar in the UK have a lot of conferences and events, there are a few which stand out as being potential events for people all over the world to enjoy.
The basics - some answers to the basic questions you may have about visiting the UK for the first time
The UK hosts over 500 music festivals each year which are attended by millions of people. Here is a quick run down of some of the most popular and our favourites. Please note that we cannot guarantee tickets to these events as some may sell out and they can only be included as part of a Great British Trips UK Tour package.
Britain is most definitely a sporting nation, with some kind of sport being played all the year round. The British also invented a great many of the sports we find worldwide today, including football, rugby, cricket, golf, badminton, field hockey, tennis, table-tennis, snooker, curling and darts to name just a few, so there is plenty of history associated with the United Kingdom in the area of sport.
Here is a run down of the UK's more unusual festivals that might take your fancy!
There are plenty of things to pack in your suitcase for a holiday to Great Britain but how many of them do you really need?
What are Britain's seasons like? When is the best time to visit, avoiding school holidays, Public Holidays and more? Learn about our longest and shortest days and the advantages of travelling in the different seasons.