The idyllic country village of Bamburgh, previously seat of the kingdom of Northumbria, is set in..Berwick-upon-Tweed Information
This historic border market town changed hands between England and Scotland no less than 14 times..Holy Island Information
Originally known as Lindisfarne and often described as 'the Jewel of the Northumberland Coast'..Alnwick Information
The Town of Alnwick, historically the County Town of Northumberland,is situated on the River Aln in..Amble Information
Amble-by-the-Sea is a small fishing town at the mouth of the River Coquet, with fine, quiet, sandy..Warkworth Information
Near the mouth of the River Coquet, Warkworth has a sandy beach only one mile away, and fishing and..Craster Information
An interesting fishing village and harbour with a reputation for the most delicious oak-smoked..Rothbury Information
Rothbury is a small market town that straddles the River Coquet. The town has a pleasant mix of old..Edlingham Information
Old village spread over the hillside climbing from a fertile river valley to the moors.Longhorsley Information
Longhorsley, on the A697, is essentially a dormitory community for South Northumberland and..Thropton Information
Thropton is a pretty village in Coquetdale with an ancient but well-preserved castle house at its..Wooler Information
Wooler is a small, stone-built town on the edge of the Northumberland National Park and at the foot..Corbridge Information
Corbridge is a charming residential village, once a market town, situated four miles east of Hexham..Hexham Information
Hexham is regarded as 'The Capital of Tynedale'. Hexham Abbey, at the heart of the town, dates back..Otterburn Information
Otterburn is a celebrated staging post on the road to Scotland, boasting a rich and varied history...See all locations in Northumberland
Hadrian's Wall is the most important monument built by the Romans in Britain. Internationally celebrated as a World Heritage Site, it is the best known frontier in the entire Roman Empire, and stands as a reminder of past glories of one of the world's greatest civilisations.
The wall was built by order of the Emperor Hadrian, who came to Britain in AD 122. Over the next six years the army constructed a wall 80 Roman miles long (117 km/ 73 modern miles) and some five metres (15 feet) high, from the east to west of Britain.
There is more to Hadrian's Wall than a wall. Forts, temples and turrets appear all along its line; museums, reconstructions and visitor centres bring the whole frontier and Roman history to life; and walks lead you through spectacular countryside. Time spent exploring this unique Roman heritage spanning nearly 200 years of history will leave you with an unparalleled sense of awe and wonder.
From 16 sparkling lakes and England's highest mountains, to sheltered valleys, heather moorlands..Liverpool Information
Liverpool - discover a city of culture Learn everything about Liverpool from its historic landmarks..Greater Manchester Information
Manchester is a unique city, described as original, edgy and happening the city in the north of..Lancashire Information
If you are looking for somewhere for your holidays, Lancashire is brimming with places to stay..Manchester Information
A cool, contemporary metropolisManchester, in England's North Country, is one of Britain's coolest..See all locations in England's North Country
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