Cities & Towns

David Atkinson Swansea has been synonymous with the poet Dylan Thomas ever since he famously branded the place of his birth an “ugly, lovely...

In a city that sustained decimating aerial bombardment during the Second World War, it is perhaps remarkable that any of Plymouth’s historic buildings are...

Spend some time in this capital city to enjoy a vast array of visitor attractions with a seemingly endless list of historic buildings, tranquil...

Vicky Sartain Blaenavon is a former mining town high on a hillside in south eastern Wales. There are so many unique industrial monuments, buildings and...

Vicky SartainNew Lanark is a beautifully restored 18th-century cotton mill village that borders the Falls of Clyde and is about an hour’s drive from...

No-one can know what William Shakespeare would say if he were to revisit his birthplace today, but we can safely assume he wouldn’t say:...

Vicky SartainHalf of Brits think Portsmouth’s Spinnaker Tower is in Dubai while 32 per cent placed Cornwall’s Minack Theatre in Athens! Research by train...

A statue of Charles Darwin stands outside the library

Shrewsbury in Shropshire offers plenty of history, community spirit and a maze of medieval alleyways with colourful names Ancient history and museums The Dingle in Quarry...

Ludlow countryside view

From its earliest days as an established Norman settlement, with the River Teme prettily skirting around its 11th-century castle walls, Ludlow has been a...

Saturated in history and charm, the picturesque seaside town of Tenby has been attracting tourists for hundreds of years, writes Angharad Moran Surrounded by the...