Scotland the WILD
May 13, 2020 · By Guest Author
Slow is no longer a bad thing in travel, and when it's combined with a Highland safari and a lodge with a conscience, Siobhán Norton luxuriates in it.Read more
Misty mountain glens in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, mythology that lives on in the ancient castles and charming railways of Wales, the rich culture of Ireland that soaks into its traditional music and dance and of course, the lush counties, market towns and energising cities of England. Much of what makes the Great British Isles great is already familiar to us, but little can compare with exploring our diverse landscapes and history first hand.
And the best part? Many sights are easily accessible by rail!
From ancient Stonehenge and Viking York, to the wild, desolate beauty of the Yorkshire Moors and the colourful houses and sandy beaches of the Cornish coast, there is a lot to see and do, much of it accessible from the comfort of England's fantastic railway network.