My trip to Southampton was a blast. I loved it so much! I can’t find even a tiny reason to say that Southampton isn’t amazing and didin’t steal my heart away. (Well, there is where the love story between Jack and Rose started, no?).

Southampton is a port city on England’s south coast. It’s home to the SeaCity Museum, with an interactive model of the Titanic, which departed from Southampton in 1912. Being super famous because of Titanic, you should consider other aspects as well to go and visit. Besides the beautiful Sea and Ocean view, old ruins, castles, old pubs, night life, you will find Southampton very peacefully and with a 1920 air. Visit the SeaCity Museum which focuses on Southampton and its connection with the sea, including the city’s Titanic heritage and the stories of the people who have travelled in and out of the city through the ages. You can find all the details here:

As well, there are many things to see in the city that relates to history. Get your camera ready and visit the monuments, places of worship and museums in Southampton. The Old Town and its hidden treasures provide visitors with a truly memorable ‘step back’ experience into Southampton’s past. I was fascinated by the Tudor’s Museum and Garden which is a historic building, museum, tourist attraction and Southampton’s first museum in 1912.

The food there is good, but there is this one that blow my mind and tummy away. It’s called Simon’s at Oxfords and is located in the centre of the town near to the port. Prices are reasonable, but the food looks amazing and tastes good, so your money is worth given. I will leave you their link as well as their Instagram so you can have a look at their menu.

Also big thanks to the Grand Harbour Hotel for an amazing weekend.

I will leave you with some amazing photos. Enjoy x

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