Do like the Romans – bathe in thermal waters! Thermae Bath Spa review.

In the whole of the UK there are only three hot springs. Nobody knows where they come from, but everybody knows the place where they rise – the city of Bath. The word SPA is associated with the Latin phrase ‘Salus Per Aquam’ or ‘health through water’. According to the legend, the healing properties of the natural thermal springs were first discovered by Prince Bladud around 863 BC, whose skin…

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Unexpected Bath: a Pop Up Beach in the Middle of the City

Last weekend was my second ever visit to Bath, and this time I wanted to see and do something different alongside admiring the gorgeous Georgian architecture. As it was sunny and hot I headed to recently opened pop up beach in Royal Victoria Park. I found it to be a really good place to spend at least half a day with friends or to have a quick break between visiting…

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Lavender fields near London and the best time to visit

July and beginning of August are for visiting Lavender fields and have some fun taking million of photos! One of the things I love about London is that almost every month something is blooming. A few years ago I went to one of the lavender fields nearby and spent an amazing time there. There is always a shop where you can not only buy lavender but also different products made…

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10 Day Trips for Londoners this Summer

I was filling in my calendar for June the other day and realized there were only 11 weekends left this Summer. At first it seems like you have plenty of time, but in reality, I already see myself at the end of August surprised where has this summer gone. The weather in passed May was surprisingly good, it was sunny almost every day. I really hope it will stay like…

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8 Picturesque Villages to Visit in The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds are full of delightful houses built from local limestone, originally funded on the profits of the medieval wool trade. It’s not a county in itself as some may think, but rather an AONB which stands for Area of Outstanding Beauty. The Cotswolds is large area and some of its villages are located far from one another. While you can get there by train from London via Oxford (an…

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UK Bucket List: 80 places to go, things to do and food to try.

  I know I know, for some people the idea of having The Bucket List seems stupid and too cliche, but for me it’s the only way to organize myself and plan my time. I’ve been in this situation before – after a year of living in Budapest, one week before leaving this beautiful city I realized that I hadn’t done a lot of things I wanted to. I know…

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