Belfast (Northern Ireland), United Kingdom
Belfast is the largest city in Northern Ireland, situated at the mouth of the River Lagan and is surrounded by mountains. Belfast had been and remains the industrial and financial center of Northern Ireland, with a high level in fields such as the arts, higher education and business. It is a green city with many Parks and Gardens. Don't miss the top city's attraction, the Belfast Zoo, with animals in danger in their natural environment.
Douglas (Isle of Man)
In Douglas serves as the Island's main hub of business finance, legal services, shipping, transport, shopping and entertainment.
Douglas is the capital and largest town of the Isle of Man, with a population of 28,939 people 2011. It is located at the mouth of the River Douglas, and a sweeping bay of two miles.The town serves as the Island's main hub for business, finance, legal servises, shipping, trasport, shopping and entertamaint of course.Tourists staying in Douglas should think about where they want to be.The south side is close to town,steam realway, buses and sea terminal.The north side leaves behind the noise of town and is closer to the Manx Electric Railway.Douglas is also the start and finish point for the Isle of Man TT which is the biggest classic roadracing event in the world.Douglas as is home to eight o f the seventeen football clubs that compete in the Isle of Man football League.
Dundee, United Kingdom
Dundee, is the fourth-largest city in Scotland by population. It lies within the eastern central Lowlands on the north bank of the Firth of Tay, which feeds into the North Sea. Many Discoveries' in honour of Dundee's history of scientific activities and of the RRS Discovery, Robert Falcon Scott's Antarctic exploration vessel, which was built in Dundee and is now berthed in the city harbour. Dundee is also known for The Dandy, The Beano, Desperate Dan, and Oor Wullie. Visitors wishing to orient themselves should consider taking a walk (or drive) up the Law, Dundee which offers a 360-degree uninterrupted view of Dundee, the Firth of Tay and the Tay Bridge, famously replacing the bridge demolished after the disaster of 1879, and the Tay Road Bridge.
Dublin is the capital of Ireland and has great cultural tradition. Many great writers come from here. In Dublin there are many museums, theaters and nightclubs, with traditional Irish music.The city has also many green areas, like the Phoenix Park, the largest in town. Other attractions include the imposing castle of Dublin, the library and art gallery Chester Beatty and the medieval district.
Greenock is a historic town and port located on the west coast of Scotland, steeped in maritime heritage and industrial significance. Situated along the banks of the River Clyde, Greenock boasts stunning waterfront views and a rich history as a major shipbuilding and trading hub during the 19th and 20th centuries. The town's maritime legacy is evident in its elegant Victorian architecture, which complements the modern developments that have revitalized the area. Visitors can explore the impressive McLean Museum, which showcases the town's heritage and houses a diverse collection of artifacts, art, and historical objects. Greenock also offers picturesque parks, including the waterfront Esplanade and the scenic Lyle Hill, providing panoramic vistas of the surrounding landscapes. With its maritime past, scenic beauty, and welcoming atmosphere, Greenock offers a delightful blend of history and modernity that charms both locals and visitors alike.
Inverness/Loch Ness Scotland
Inverness and Loch Ness are inextricably linked,particularly for tourists and few tourists visit Inverness without also having a tour around Loch Ness plus it is close enough to cycle there.Inverness modern shopping centreholidaymakers and locals alike from all over the northern highlands take advantage of the excellent shopping,clubs and restaurants which have opened up in recent years,since Inverness city centre has modernised and blossomed.Travellers and holiday makers will find the compact city centre and the friendly unhurried pace makes Inverness a streess fee destination with a quality of life that is hard to beat anywhere in the world.
Kirkwall, United Kingdom
Kirkwall is the capital and administrative center of Orkney. It was founded around 1035 by the Vikings and the original city is one of the best preserved examples of an ancient Norwegian town. Its name comes from the old Norwegian dialect which means "church-Bay" and refers to a very old church.Explore the main street, visit the shops with the unique handicrafts and the cozy cafe.
The city of Almeria is Andalucia's most eastern capital. Years ago, it was not as well known by tourists as other capitals like Malaga, Sevillle, or Granada. However, that has changed drastically in the last while with its growth as a major holiday area.Almeria holds a great deal of charm and is steeped in history.Almería is both a historical and modern city. Located on the coast, it has some spectacular historical, medieval buildings alongside some very modern ones. A coastal town, Almeria is the perfect place to discover on foot, where monuments like the Cathedral, the Alcazaba castle, the Cable Ingres or the convent of the Puras make up the testimony of a rich history that continues to be present for the local people.
Edinburgh (Leith), United Kingdom
Leith Walk and it's community are vibrant and full of energy !
Leith has long been regarded as Edinburgh's port.Leith is an alligation of lively eating and drinking spots with creativity and cultural diversity.The most charming way into the port is to follow the Water of Leith Walkway from the city and emerge into the picturesque Shore area which is filled up with bistros, stylish bars, traditional pubs and first-rate restaurants.There,you can also discover excellent galleries.Visitors can also have a nice time fishing along most of the length of the port and walk or cycle along the Leith Walkway.