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Fall in love with Britain’s bridges, buses, blue skies, beaches…

The United Kingdom needs no introduction! It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, with an almost endless array of fun things to do and top attractions to see.

Located in the beautiful British Isles, this small but influential country has a fascinating history, exciting cities, rich cultural heritage, traditions spanning several centuries, delectable food, amazing clothing, literature… well, the list is endless.

Did you know? UK is home to a multitude of historical sites from prehistoric megaliths to ancient Roman ruins and medieval castles and town centers.

Here are some of the top attractions in the UK:

The Isles of Scilly:

The Isles of Scilly is an archipelago of five inhabited islands and St Agnes, and some 150 islands and rocks. Located just off the coast of Cornwall, The Isles of Scilly are unspoiled, beautiful, and uncrowded. It has been inhabited since the Stone Age, and its people lived primarily from the land and the sea until the last century. The climate is exceptionally mild and there are countless white sand beaches. The effect of the sea means the islands rarely have frost or snow, allowing local farmers to grow flowers well ahead of those on mainland Britain.

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Isles Of Scilly Break – 4* New Inn

Travel dates: 30 April 2023 – 27 May 2023
4 Nights Stay | Board Type: Bed & Breakfast
Prices from £799 | Penzance & Lands End Airport
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Yorkshire:

Yorkshire, affectionately known as ‘God’s country’ by locals, will  blow you away by its stunning scenery, cities steeped in industrial heritage, and charming market towns. It’s also known for its Roman and Viking heritage, craggy castles, medieval abbeys, atmospheric historic cities, and not one but two eternally popular national parks. In Yorkshire, exciting places to visit include Beverley, a beautiful medieval market town, and York, where the York Minster cathedral is a great place to admire the Gothic style of architecture. You can enjoy the stunning scenery of the Yorkshire Dales by climbing uphill or try your hand at surfing in Scarborough.

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Yorkshire Break
Criaglands Hotel & Spa

Travel dates: 8th July to 9th December 2022
2 Nights Stay | Board Type: All Inclusive
Prices from £159 | Flight not included
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Salisbury:  

Salisbury, formerly New Sarum, city in the administrative and historic county of Wiltshire, southern England. The city of Salisbury is known as “the city in the countryside”, retaining much of its historic past with its timbered buildings, a lively market and stunning buildings. One of its most outstanding features is its cathedral, the tallest medieval building in the world, built on foundations that are only four feet deep. It’s a peaceful place with museums, gardens, and parks, and a popular location for film companies making English films. Discover the magnificent Stonehenge, probably the most sophisticated stone circle in the world. Stonehenge evolved from a simple bank and ditch in the Neolithic period, some 5,000 years ago, to a very sophisticated stone circle built on the axis of the midsummer sunrise. The bluestones were brought 240 miles from the Preseli mountains in Wales. 

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Stonehenge Break
4 * Legacy Rose & Crown Hotel

Travel dates: 10 July to – 04 December 2022
2 Nights Stay | Board Type: Dinner on first night
Prices from £175 | Flight not included
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Suffolk:

Suffolk, administrative and historic county in East Anglia, eastern England. It is bordered to the north by Norfolk, to the west by Cambridgeshire, to the south by Essex, and to the east by the North Sea. There are many rural towns in Suffolk County, and many are as picturesque as anything you’ll find in England. You can find wool towns in the west with half-timbered houses reminiscent of scenes from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. It is known for its glorious countryside, gorgeous coastline, and its long stretches of wide sandy beaches which attract holidaymakers in droves. Bury St Edmunds hosts the only cathedral in Suffolk, making it one of the most beautiful towns in Suffolk. A town in Suffolk that vies for the title of being the oldest in England is Ipswich. Ipswich Waterfront – a lovely place located around the historic docks of the city.

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Countryside Stay In Brome Suffolk
Best Western Brome Grange Hotel

Travel dates: 10 July – 01 December 2022
1 Nights Stay | Board Type: Half Board
Prices from £57.50 | Flight not included
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Blackpool:

A trip to Blackpool is a trip back in time. The town of Blackpool is known for its historic Victorian architecture. The donkey rides, cabaret shows, and sticks of rock candy haven’t really changed in a generation, and there’s something charming about that. Once the sun sets, Blackpool becomes a beacon for bachelor parties who party late into the night. The best things to do in  Blackpool is one of the UK’s most popular seaside tourist destinations. The Illuminations, glitzy ballroom dancing, and fish and chips on the seafront. Blackpool pleasure beach is the UK’s most ride intensive amusement park & home to the UK’s only Nickelodeon Land. Blackpool has a museum of oddities, including a portrait of Princess Diana made of 2500 penny coins. Built in 1894 and inspired by the Eiffel Tower, Blackpool Tower is 518 feet and 9 inches tall.

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Family Fun For The Summer
Big Blue Hotel – Blackpool

Travel dates: 03 August to 04 August 2022
1 Nights Stay | Board Type: Bed & Break
Prices from £312 | Flight not included
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Kent:

The Garden of England, Kent, is famous for its food and drink production, and most recently wine. As much as we love Kent’s gardens, the county has so much more to offer. The county is roughly triangular in shape, covering the south east corner of England. Kent is blessed with a spectacular coastline. Located along the South Coast of England, the White Cliffs of Dover, famous for their iconic appearance, stretch from Kingsdown to Folkestone, a well-known symbol of Britain.  It has one of the world’s oldest religious buildings to royal homes and sensational views to visit. A popular tourist attraction in Kent, Canterbury Cathedral has a rich history. Rochester’s cathedral is the second oldest in the UK with its current architecture. Leeds Castle is affectionately referred to as the “Ladies’ Castle” because so many future monarchs of England have resided within its walls. Beautiful vineyards in Kent, where delicious English wine, rows of grape vines and a sophisticated scene awaits. Home to some of the most picturesque wine estates in the country, Kent’s marvellous vineyards are perfect for raising a glass of fine tipple on a day out or staycation in the summer.

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The Vineyards Of Kent
Chilston Park Hotel

Travel dates: 16 to 20th October 2022
4 Nights Stay | Board Type: Varied Meal Plan
Prices from £1598 | Flight not included
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Cheshire:

Cheshire lies on the Welsh border between Lancashire and Staffordshire. East of the county lie the Peak District moors, followed by the Cheshire plains, crisscrossed by canals built during the Industrial Revolution. The historic, expansive county of Cheshire is, much like the traditional counties of England, replete with wonderful history and heritage. The county is famous for the production of Cheshire cheese, salt and silk. The county has seen a number of inventions and firsts in its history. A mainly rural county, Cheshire has a high concentration of villages. Agriculture is generally based on the dairy trade, and cattle are the predominant livestock. Chester, the county town of Cheshire, has a number of historic monuments, including its magnificent medieval city walls. There is no better time of year than summer to wander through the dazzling spring display of gardens in Cheshire. At the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park, browse the collection of garden accessories, original art and bespoke jewellery at the hand-picked nurseries and trade stands, and enjoy tempting dishes from one of the street food vendors.

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RHS Flower Show Tatton Park
De Vere Cranage Estate Hotel

Travel dates: 20 to 22 July 2022
2 Nights Stay | Board Type: Varied Meal Plan
Prices from £1598 | Flight not included
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