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Darren Walsh, 39, has won the prize for the funniest joke at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland’s capital. ... Read More

Getting stranded with an empty gas tank is up there on every driver's nightmare scenario list—and it's no different for electric vehicle owners. While... Read More

When you want the inside scoop on what bartenders drink when they’re off the clock, there’s no one better to ask than Ryan Chetiyawardana, a.k.a. Mr.... Read More

Although not as storied as Big Ben or Buckingham Palace, the London Eye has unabashedly become one of the city’s central landmarks. From appearances is... Read More

If you're a fan of planning your vacation around sweet eats, you've got to add Mary's Milk Bar to your bucket list. The Internet recently caught on... Read More

 A software developer from Berlin named Ramiro Gomez created a poster-worthy visualization to every pub in Great Britain. By pulling... Read More

Starting July 25 and running through Sept. 27, Queen Elizabeth will be opening the Buckingham Palace, her official London residence, to the public while... Read More

Boris Johnson, alongside architect Renzo Piano, cut the ribbon to open The Shard on February 1, 2013 in London. Then the tallest building in Europe (a... Read More

When workers first set eyes on the previously forgotten tunnels beneath the White Cliffs of Dover—dubbed the Fan Bay Deep Shelter—they were in for... Read More

The word surreal gets tossed around a lot. Most people just use it to refer to anything they think is weird. But the bartenders at the Artesian Bar in... Read More

A man who has spent the last 24 years searching for the Loch Ness monster says it is probably just a catfish, after all. ... Read More

In England, artisanal food and drink have become almost commonplace. From rare-breed meats to regional cheese and cider, visitors have had access to the... Read More

Open-pit coal mining has turned parts of rural Scotland into desolate, denuded eyesores. The collapse of the industry and the ensuing economic downturn... Read More

No one heads to the airport in search of an out-of-this-world meal. But a recent Reddit post alerted us to a new level of incredibly sad airport eats.... Read More

Seventy percent of the U.K’s gin is produced in Scotland—including such big names as Tanqueray, Hendrick’s and Gordon’s—and over the past five years,... Read More

Winterfell is much more than just the home of House Bolton from Game of Thrones. Doune Castle—the real fortress located in central Scotland near the... Read More

A decade ago, grimy King’s Cross—one of London’s biggest rail hubs—was a place to speed through en route to somewhere else. Now it’s a place to linger,... Read More

In the last few years, old family estates in the English countryside have been reveling in the Regency craze spurred by Downton Abbey. Scottish film... Read More

If you thought winning the lottery was the only near-impossible way of bringing in some extra cash, you haven’t heard of Baxters Loch Ness Marathon. To... Read More

In Scotland, 2015 is officially the Year of Food & Drink, and to prepare the world for the occasion, T+L asked Fiona Hyslop, the country's Culture... Read More

We sat down with Sam Heughan, Scottish-born star of the epic STARZ original series Outlander on the eve of the show’s World Premiere Screening. On the... Read More

These five retreats around the world prove just how luxe a trip with the kids can be. ... Read More

It’s getting harder to come up with a reason for skipping the gym—especially now that hotels are making it easier to break a sweat in the comfort of... Read More

Newsflash: January is an excellent month to travel to Europe. The perception is that it is cold and miserable, a post holiday downer. I took full... Read More

Rotisserie Chicken: The seductive aroma of spit-roasted chicken has three food capitals in a spin. On Manhattan’s Upper East Side, at the new Rôtisserie... Read More

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