The British Isles are home not just to The Gentleman’s Game of Cricket but also to a range of internationally popular sports…so let’s take a look at the most famous of these stadia, fields, courts and pitches and see where you can stay nearby in order to make the most of spectating at them, or if you're lucky enough, playing on them.
Being from Sweden and therefore only having our crazy Viking celebrations such as eating loads of pickled herring, dancing around the Midsummer pole and having a daily Fika at 4pm, I have to say that I am still very much a foreigner to some of the traditional UK celebrations such as the upcoming Burn's Night and Supper!
The nights are starting to draw in and it’s all starting to feel a little festive, so we thought we’d help to get you in the seasonal mood!. And what better way than by taking you on a tour of our top 5 UK Christmas Market destinations?
So ho ho ho, and off we go!
The Edinburgh Festival gets top billing when it hits town every August for a month of summer madness but the city gets very crowded and it can be difficult to find somewhere to stay. If you plan your visit to Edinburgh during the rest of the year there's still plenty to on offer in this charming city and you can enjoy the sights without all the crowds.