UK Travel

I’ve always been very lucky to come from a beautiful part of the world – the North Norfolk coast so UK travel was never as much of a priority for me. Growing up, I had endless beautiful countryside on my doorstep and some of the best beaches in the UK just down the road. This summer I enjoyed a staycation in nearby Cromer.

Most of my childhood was spent with a bucket and spade at the beach, or running barefoot through the woods. Naturally, I love coming home from my travels and spending time back in the UK. In this section you’ll find blog posts on Norfolk and why it’s so amazing, including my new guide to why you should plan your Norfolk holidays.

Visiting London

Over the years, I’ve been a regular visitor to London and have spent many weekends attending events, visiting family and just exploring what the city has to offer. It’s a place I’ll never get bored of, and while I’m not usually the biggest city lover, it’s impossible not to fall for London. Enjoy a budget-friendly city stay with Point A Hotels.

Absolutely Lucy brings my unique style to London with posts on everything from afternoon tea and festivals. To restaurants, food markets and amazing food trails around London Bridge. Don’t forget to check out my post on what to do if you’re a first-timer in London.

Exploring on your UK travels

When it comes to visiting the rest of the UK – I’ve fallen for cities including York, Cambridge, Norwich and Brighton. You can read my guide to girly breaks in York here. Explore lots of posts on eating out, punting in Cambridge, nights out and gigs in Norwich, and much more.

You will also find blog posts on my university experience of attending Hertfordshire University. You will also find tips for taking a Ireland road trip and planning city itineraries.