Uk or Spain?


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Uk or Spain?

Exactly two months ago I was facing this decision.

I was thinking to move either to UK or Spain to try to get a job, after 2 years spent travelling (almost) the whole Europe.

Eventually I decided for Spain and I’ve spent there two months, working, as volunteer, and travelling.

What if I would had chosen Uk? Can’t say how it could have been but here is the list of things I could have done and visit over there:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Stonehenge

Among the most famous landmarks in England. The mysterious stone ring was built thousands of years ago, today it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

London Globe theatre

One of the most famous specific destinations in the UK, the Globe Theatre in London has the perfect mix of historical significance and modern intrigue. Built in 1599, the Globe still puts on some of the highest quality theatre performances in London. Its standing room seating is a glimpse into historical theatre, and while somewhat less comfortable, is worth the experience.

Dorset Jurassic Coast

For a part of the world that many think of as being cold year round, the UK has a number of gorgeous coastline stretches. Although, none are as visually striking as Dorset’s Jurassic Coast. Located on the southern coast of the island along the English Channel, it’s an ideal spot for a relaxing UK getaway.

Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival

This annual horse race outside of London is an incredibly fun sporting event made noteworthy by its high volume betting activity and party atmosphere. The Betfair sporting exchange carries news, tips, and odds for the event. All of this information keeps fans busy for weeks in advance and makes the betting scene a blast to behold. Not to mention the venue and event are top quality!

The Lake District

Located in Cumbria, in the northwest portion of England, the Lake District is about as gorgeous an area as you can find in the UK, if not the world. It was formed in ancient days by glaciers, which caused the hills, valleys, and lakes to be simply breathtaking. They are popularly enjoyed by campers and hikers.

The Durham Cathedral

London’s architecture gets a lot of attention, but the best building in England to visit is the Durham Cathedral in Durham. A towering Norman structure right on the water, the cathedral was first built—or at least, first started—in the year 1093. It’s an unparalleled architectural beauty, and the surrounding area is a treat as well, from high-end spas to outdoor activities like golf, hiking and fishing.

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London Sports scene

We mentioned the Cheltenham Festival, but London is also home to a number of irresistible sporting events. From the annual Boat Race rowing event between Cambridge and Oxford, to the Wimbledon tennis championships, to the FA Cup football final, there are exciting matches and tournaments all year round.

Hadrian’s Wall

For those with an interest in history, Hadrian’s Wall is every bit as fascinating as the likes of popular castles and cathedrals, or even Stonehenge. With construction started in 122 AD, the wall was Roman Emperor Hadrian’s attempt at protecting his province (then Britannia) from Scottish tribes. Much of the wall remains, however, and makes for an incredible hike.

londoncarnabyInternational capital of culture, music, ideas, football, education, fashion, politics, finance and trade. ‘This is London‘.

Biggest city of western Europe with many lively districts such as Bloomsbury, Covent Garden, Leicester Square, Notting Hill, Soho, Chelsea, Camden town, Hampstead…more info regarding London can be found here.

Shrewsbury: A town full of medieval black and white timber-framed buildings. Charles Darwin’s birth place

Brighton: Fashionable beach town, less than an hour by train from Victoria Station.

Winchester: Former capital of England and attractive cathedral city

Oxford and Cambridge: The university cities

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