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Harry Potter filming locations

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the beloved Harry Potter books, Chris Beanland takes a tour of some of the Harry Potter filming locations in the UK;...
Tower Bridge over the River Thames in London

When Tower Bridge opened in 1894, it was called a 'childish structure'. Now it is the focus of one of the most iconic views...

North Norfolk’s culinary scene is intertwined with its maritime history and it’s all the better for it, says Mark Nicholls The tastes and textures of...

Win a luxury weekend in Devon at the Thurlestone Hotel, a charming, family-run-sea-view hotel on the beautiful South Devon coast Discover Britain has teamed up with...

Enter our competition for your chance to win a holiday in Britain for two worth up to £5,000, including free international flights Would you like...
midsummer celebrations

Adrian Mourby looks at midsummer celebrations in Britain and how the longest days of summer have are rooted in ancient tradition and have been...

As part of this summer's Platinum Jubilee celebrations, magnificent jewellery from Her Majesty The Queen's personal collection will go on display at Buckingham Palace,...

Accommodation

Unique hideaways aims to connect people with nature, and offer escapism, whilst enjoying luxuriously romantic handpicked places to stay in Britain's beautiful hidden corners Sponsored...
Killeavy Castle

Set within 30 acres of woodland and working farmland, in the foothills of Slieve Gullion in County Armagh, the luxurious Killeavy Castle Estate is...

Great British Buildings

When flooded with sunlight, Nottingham’s Wollaton Hall is a heavenly jewellery box of delights. Yet the Batman-approved façade hides many historic secrets, says Natalie...

Cities & Towns

Glasgow University, Scotland. Credit: Visit Britain

Our city guide to Glasgow: Scotland's second city is rich with history and famed for its Victorian and art nouveau architecture By Wilma Patterson There's an...

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