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.
Create custom media lists that are automatically updated, send multimedia emails, and track who opened emails and where they clicked, all right from the platform itself. And our new module, Influencer Streams, shows you exactly what influencers are talking about on social media, so you can personalize pitches and amplify your message.
*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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