Whole Earth Guide

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Whole Earth Guide

Let us be your tourist guide to the world. As we expand into new countries, we'll give you all the information that you need to know before you go and show you all the highlights of each country and region. Along the way we'll reveal places that you can stay with the service levels you thought had long since gone.

Whole Earth Guide from around the world

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Discover Brighton by the sea

Brighton is said to be England’s loveliest and liveliest city by the sea. Brighton is fun, cosmopolitan and uniquely eccentric all year round.
You can expect to see Regency architecture, a pleasure pier, the specialist shops, eat in pavement cafés, experience a lively arts scene and revel in a vibrant nightlife.

Everything is within walking distance and with the Sussex Downs and traditional En...

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007

The Roman inspired and ancient walled town of Chester

Chester is the county town of Cheshire, England. Situated on the River Dee, on the border with Wales, Chester is one of the best-preserved medieval walled cities in the United Kingdom. If you want to immerse yourself in a truly historic town and feel the Roman influences around you then Chester is the place to visit.
Chester is most famous for it's magnificent race course, the popular Chester Zoo...

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007

The leaning tower of Belfast: the Albert Clock

The Albert Clock is one of many Belfast monuments that were named after aspects of Queen Victoria’s reign, in this case after her late consort, Prince Albert. As you can see there’s a life-size statue of him right there on the west face of the monument which was completed in 1853.

Whilst many would blame the lean of the tower (which is quite noticeable) on too many bomb explosions around it, in...

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007

Belfast attractions

Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland and home to numerous attractions from Parliament Buildings to the Crown Saloon.

Planning for Belfast’s City Hall began, naturally enough, in 1888 when it was awarded the status of city by Queen Victoria (hence the relatively large number of things in the city named after her, of course) with building competed in 1906.

The city centre location m...

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The Giant's Causeway on the north Antrim coast

Legend tells that the Giant's Causeway was built by the giant Finn McCool so that he could fight Benandonner, his Scottish counterpart. They also tell that Benandonner built it to fight Finn and indeed numerous other variations on the tale.

Of course, it was really created by a volcanic eruption about 55 million years ago. Today you can see the 40 thousand basalt columns which resulted from thi...

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007

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