Top 10 U.K. Social Media Influencers in Travel & Tourism
Using our extensive media database, we compiled a list of the top 10 social media influencers throughout the United Kingdom and operating in the Travel & Tourism space. Our solution makes it easy to find — and connect with — the influencers that matter to you.
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*Data as of July 2022
1. Paul Steele
2. Simon Reeve
3. The Man in Seat 61
Location: Quainton, Untied Kingdom
5. Ana Silva O’Reilly
Bio: Mrs. O Around the World is a luxury blog by Ana O’Reilly.🇬🇧 based with 🇵🇹 soul. Covering #luxurytravel, beauty, fashion+tech. Co-founder of #luxtravelchat
Location: Henley on Thames, UK
6. Hand Luggage Only
Bio: Our travel blog, by Yaya & Lloyd | Read our tips, tricks and advice on everything travel | Will travel for cake | Find us everywhere
Location: London, England
7. Global Grasshopper
Bio: Award-winning travel blog unravelling the secrets of the world’s most unique, under-the-radar and beautiful places. Winner of The best UK travel blog.
Location: London, UK
8. Vicky Philpott
Bio: Top UK Travel & Festival Blogger and Content Creator | Editor of
| #Southsea #TravelBlogger
Location: Portsmouth, England
9. Abigail King
Bio: From doctor to writer. Top indie luxury travel & lifestyle blog UK. Work w UNESCO, BBC. Love marmite. See travel as a force for good.
10. Emily Luxton
Bio: Award winning full-time travel blogger and solo traveller championing deeper travel. Blogging about adventure, food, and personal development through travel.
Location: Southsea, England
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