Rachel Nicole

Rachel Nicole

Rachel is one of our favourite UK travel bloggers. She has a charming down to earth style that gives her posts that all important genuine quality. Perhaps it has something to do with her Yorkshire roots! Rachel covers fashion, beauty, food and lifestyle on her blog, but we focus on her travel posts here.

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Italy for opera lovers

15th August 2019

If you are a big opera fan, Italy is a great place to head to. It is quite literally the home of opera. Most historians agree that the first opera, Daphne, was performed in the home of Jacob Corsi, in Florence. From that moment, the Italians took...

The Making Waves Tour with Sharp’s Brewery, Whitby

3rd August 2019

It’s always rather fun when a new and exciting event comes to the Yorkshire Coast. Yesterday, I headed across to Whitby to check out the Making Waves Tour. I’d been kindly invited along by Sharp’s Brewery who produce the Offshore Pilsner. Sharp’s Brewery is based in Rock, Cornwall. A lot of the inspiration especially for the Offshore Pilsner was taken from the local coastal heritage. The love of the coast and the ocean was how the Making the Waves Tour was created....

My tips for a stress free airport experience

1st August 2019

When you’re getting ready for a relaxing holiday, the last thing you need is a stressful experience in the airport....

My top London hotels with impressive views

29th July 2019

When it comes to booking a hotel there are a lot of things to consider. For most people, an affordable price is a key...

Visiting famous movie & TV locations around London

29th May 2019

There has been countless movies and TV show filmed in and around London. Some of which, are pretty iconic and one of my...

4 musts on a trip to Manchester

Updated 29th May 2019

As one of the most high-profile urban areas in the UK outside of London, Manchester naturally has a lot to offer. There are famous bars, there’s a wide range of live music hot spots, there are unique places for date nights out, and plenty more. But sometimes, when you visit a city, you want to hit the highlights. Particularly if you only have limited time, you may want to spend it experiencing the must-see attractions, rather than wandering about in search of the perfect...

Four days in Budapest: My travel diary

24th May 2019

I’m so excited to get started with some blog posts on my recent trip. If you’ve been following me on Instagram you’ll know that I’ve been to Bratislava, Vienna and Budapest last week. Stefan and I spent two days in Bratislava and then took a...

How to spend a day In Vienna with Marco Polo Guides

24th May 2019

Vienna was the second destination on our little multi-city trip that we took last month. We actually stayed in...

Six destinations to consider for family beach holiday

23rd May 2019

As we are moving into the Summer months, where to go on holiday is something playing on many people’s minds. There...

Six places to eat and drink in Budapest

23rd May 2019

After my giant Budapest Travel Diary post, I thought I’d better divulge in all things Food and Drink from the trip....

Four places to visit in London for a relaxing afternoon

23rd May 2019

Relaxing and London isn’t two words you would usually put together. However, it is possible to chill out and relax amongst all the hustle and bustle of the capital city. After a couple of days in London, I usually find myself needing a few days to...

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