Curious About have self-guided walks all over the UK, and for this article we have picked Leicester, York, Aberdeen, Portsmouth, but we do have them all listed on our website. We have also featured them on our blog before as we think that this is a great idea for everyone, once we are all able to get out again to explore the UK!

Did you know that Leicester is one of the oldest cities in the UK? The final resting place of King Richard III has a history going back over 2000 years and still has the biggest outdoor covered market to be found in the whole of Europe, and every autumn the city hosts the largest Diwali celebration outside of India.

There’s no doubt that York is one of the most popular cities for tourists and day-trippers, with over 30 museums and tourist attractions. Wander down The Shambles, believed to be the oldest street of shops in Europe, and wonder at the majesty of gothic architectural masterpiece York Minster.

The Scottish city of Aberdeen is full of architectural wonders, with majestic granite buildings, ancient churches and glorious galleries. Nestled between the River Don and the River Dee, the city is at once historic, modern and cosmopolitan. Explore the beautiful green open spaces and find out more about the cities haunted houses!

The heart of maritime life in the UK, Portsmouth is known for being Britain’s more historical naval city. Still a thriving commercial ferry port and a major base for the Royal Navy, it’s also home to legendary ships like HMS Warrior, The Mary Rose and HMS Victory.

Read the Full Article