Want to explore more of the UK but don’t know where to start?
You’ve probably already been to the most well-known places in the UK such as Brighton, Cambridge, and Oxford and are now wondering where to go next.
There are so many places to visit: rustic country villages, cute seaside towns, gorgeous manor houses, and old historic castles among many others. Sometimes you only have time for a day trip, another time you are ready to spend a weekend exploring a whole new area.
You go to Pinterest or Instagram for some inspiration and end up spending hours browsing beautiful photos and not actually planning your itinerary for the trip. With so much information out there it can be really overwhelming.
I’m here to show you some of the hidden gems the UK has to offer, where you can go if you don’t have a car, and how to make the most of your trips across the UK.
As a photographer, I put lots of effort into researching the places I visit. I have many criteria for choosing a new place to visit, including its history, how easy it is to get to, and the potential for interesting photo opportunities. Early on I didn’t have access to a car so I also know how challenging it can be to get to some locations traveling only by bus and train.
I’m one of those people who has a long list of things to see whenever I go somewhere new, but I also leave room for unplanned exploring. For longer trips, I also take my whippet with me and stay at dog-friendly hotels. Luckily, more and more hotels are happy to welcome dogs.
I invite you to follow my travels around the UK on Instagram and hopefully, I can inspire you to explore new places in the UK!