Newcastle is the capital of England’s northeast and home to the ‘Geordie’. Famous for coal mining, it enjoys many other industries such as shipbuilding and steel making. One site which makes it unique to the country’s other cities are the six bridges in quick succession on the River Tyne.
Housing a vast collection of world art and artefacts, the British Museum in the heart of central London is the city's most famous museum. Here there are over seven million objects kept, in collections focusing on Ancient Egypt, Japanese art and much more. In this podcast Hostelworld.com's Colm Hanratty speaks to JD Hill to find out what is his favourite collection and much more.Download Podcast » View All Podcasts »
Check out our Bath video postcard to see some of the city’s top attractions, eateries and more.
York is a small city bursting with life and history that has an awful lot packed within its city walls, including 365 pubs – one for every day of the year! The city is easy to reach, less than two hours by train from both London and Edinburgh and from the station making it the perfect stopover between both capitals.Read More »