Visiting Wycoller village is a great day out in East Lancashire. See the ruined hall which inspired Jane Eyre, enjoy the views from the Atom Panopticon art installation and go hunting for fairies.
The most beautiful, most romantic and most interesting gardens in Spain – with some lesser-known gems. Take a look at these gorgeous Spanish gardens to visit.
How to visit Victorian writer Elizabeth Gaskell’s house in Manchester. Advice on how to get to the house at 84 Plymouth Grove, what to see and events.
Salts Mill and Saltaire is one of my favourite places to visit. The old mill and the village that surrounds it combines all my favourite things – history, impressive architecture, quirky shops and cute cafes.
If you love books, you’ll love these authors houses to visit. From Austen to Shakespeare and the Brontës, visiting these writers’ houses is sure to inspire.
Italy has some of the world’s most heavenly gardens. From centuries-old botanical gardens in the north to subtropical gardens in southern Italy, these are the best gardens to visit in Italy.
Visit Haworth and walk in the footsteps of the Brontë sisters. See where Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë wrote their most famous books and experience a charming Yorkshire town.
Giardini la Mortella in Ischia is one of the great gardens of Italy. Its planting, and its setting in a natural gorge are stunning, but it’s the love story behind Giardini la Mortella that makes it so fascinating.
Castello Aragonese is the top-rated attraction on Ischia and for good reason – castles don’t get much more dramatic than this medieval fortress on a rocky island. If you’re planning to go to Ischia and visit Castello Aragonese, here’s everything you need to know to make the most of your trip.