Author: Jimmie James

Domestic Tours Vs International Tours

Domestic tours, i.e travel within the borders of your own country, whilst an international tour is that outside your country. The tours and activities available in Lancashire can be amazing, but limited. Whereas, if you travel further afield, you get the benefit of a different landscape and environment, and everything that comes with it. Take Southeast Asia, for example, tropical climate, beaches, warm sea, jungle, you name it, worlds apart from Lancashire!

You can travel the breadth of England and see some of the most exquisite, quintessential British sites, such as castle ruins, Moores and luscious green countryside, thatched cottages, country pubs, old mills, you name it, if it’s British, it’s somewhere to be seen. Whilst in South East Asia, your days can be spent hopping from one island to another, and spend your night drinking on the beach. This is the only part of the world where

Top 5 Country Hikes in Lancashire

Lancashire houses some of the best walking trails in England, ranging from short gentle rambles to far distance treks which give you the opportunity to enjoy the best vistas and views Lancashire has to offer.

Some of the hiking trails in Lancashire are themed around some of her most famous food, while some are inspired by renowned authors, Pendle witches, heritage trails and industrial landmarks.

We have put a review of the top walking trails in Lancashire together to be of a great benefit to you.

The Tolkien Trail in the Footsteps of J.R.R Tolkien, Ribble Valley

This hiking trail is made in the footsteps of the author of The Lord of the Rings, J.R.R Tolkien, who stayed at the Stonyhurst College in the Ribble Valley. The walk which is five and a half miles far explores the beautiful surroundings that inspired the author and a good

Sunday Days Out: Lancashire Vs Yorkshire

So, it is your Sunday day out again and you think you should go see some places of attraction in the local area. You can have a great time in Lancashire and Yorkshire with acres of countryside, beautiful parks, historic houses and even bustling market towns which attracts your fancy, and you will never be short of places to go.

 

Bolton Abbey and Scott park – Burnley

The Bolton Abbey is situated in the heart of Yorkshire Dales, just on the banks of the river Wharfe. It has about 30,000 acres of beautiful countryside and over 80 miles of footpaths with ample space to enjoy the fresh air and to run, it has a thing for every age.

The Scott Park in Burnley in Lancashire is a very beautiful Victorian bandstand, it has the woodland walk bowling green which will never let you go and a fantastic

A complete travel guide to Lancashire

If you are a person interested to travel different countries for entertainment, having a joy on rides and relaxing with family or friends, then Lancashire is the best option for it. In Northwest part of England Lancashire is a place of beautiful countryside experience. The landscapes are green arable farms near the coast. You can also experience wild and romantic moors in the place. Lancashire is a country of unembellished warming food like Lancashire hotspot and savories and real ale. You can see variety of towns ranging from sea side resorts to former centres of industry. There are also abundance of villages and historic market towns.

Here are some best places to visit in Lancashire listed below.

  • Lancaster

Though Lancashire is said to be a town and easy to travel by walk, the history of Lancashire is based on the British Throne and so this has become an