The beginners guide to campervanning around the UK
Forget about interrailing, forget about backpacking because campervanning provides you with more freedom and more insight into different parts of the England and Wales.
Must see landmarks in the UK
The Lake District National Park is the largest park in England and covers over 900 square miles. Although there are only 41000 residents within the Lake District it gets an astonishing 14 million tourists visit it and holiday there each year.
Set in the capital of England, St. James’s park is one of the UK’s most famous landmarks situated in the same city as; Buckingham Palace, Westminster and the Royal Albert Hall. It is the oldest Royal Park in local and is surrounded by 3 palaces.
Pleasure Beach is home to one of England’s fastest rollercoaster’s as well as 10 other exhilarating rollercoaster’s and thrill seeker rides. Based in Blackpool, Lancashire, this is the perfect landmark to visit when travelling through seaside towns.
Cardiff bay is often visited by fans of The Pierhead, The Wales Millennium Centre and other notable building in Wales. A unique fact about Cardiff Beach is that it is home to a wide variety of freshwater animals that have habituated there naturally.
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How to rent a camper van
The camper van that you rent will be dependent upon your needs. E.g. where it is convenient for you to pick up the camper van, what is your budget, how many people will be in the camper?
For custom made tiny homes to travel in click here. You can view a wide range of camper vans to rent in North West England and Wales.