England Travel BlogTravel guides, itineraries, abandoned places, street art and off-the-beaten-path places in England
Hello and welcome to our England travel blog. You will find all our England blog posts in this section of our website.
Maybe you found our England travel blog because you are considering a visit to the UK, or perhaps you are partway through planning a trip to England. Whatever the reason, we hope we can provide some useful resources and travel tips for England.
Despite hailing from England, we have tended to treat it as a place we return to between travels to see friends and family and take a bit of a break. However, being ‘stuck’ in our home country has brought about a change in attitude. To date, the majority of our England posts are about London, but we are currently planning our post-lockdown mission – to finally see parts of the UK we have not yet made time for.
Because we have only recently started writing about England, you’ll find that most of our posts are heavily focused on architecture (Brutalist, modernism and Art Deco in particular) street art and other off-beat attractions.
Our England blog posts are generally aimed at independent travellers and backpackers like us and have a strong focus on travelling around using public transport, staying in budget accommodation* and exploring off-the-beaten-path and lesser-visited places. Although we are lucky to be able to do a lot of our exploring from our two UK bases.
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A photo essay and quick guide to Brompton Cemetery in Kensington. A historical graveyard that is one of London’s Magnificent Seven Cemeteries.
Accidentally Wes Anderson – a selection of our photographs which we think belong on a Wes Anderson movie set #AccidentallyWesAnderson
Photographs of London’s best Art Deco and early modernist architecture, a distinctive style that took off in Britain in the 1920s and 1930s.
The best street art in London: My favourite walls and artists across the capital. Shoreditch and Camden have some amazing street art.
In search of London’s best brutalist and post-war modernist architecture. A collection of our favourite London post-war architecture.
It’s that time of year when many travel bloggers round-up the past year in travel. 2020 was different, so here are some reflections.
Photos abandoned cars and other battered vehicles. The faded beauty of neglected vehicles from the UK to Thailand, and Kyrgyzstan to Cuba.
Photographs of Kensal Green Cemetery in London, one of the city’s historical graveyards; part of a group known as the ‘Magnificent Seven’.
The Amy Winehouse Street Art Trail in Camden officially ended on 4 June 2017. It is still possible to see some of the amazing murals, but get there quick!
A photo essay of London featuring classic images, Brutalist architecture, lots of concrete, street art and quirky stuff. Imaginative photos of London, UK.
2016 travel review: a roundup of the countries we travelled to in 2016, 2016 travel highlights and a lot of wanderlusty photographs with links to articles.
Everyone has a double: the similarity between this Khmer girl from Kompong Cham in Cambodia and this street art in Shoreditch, East London is uncanny.