Short breaks in the UK
If lounging on a beach is not for you, or if you're looking for a new experience for your next holiday, why not try a short break in the UK? Whether you want a romantic weekend break or a sight-seeing tour, the UK has plenty to offer.
Winter can be a great time for a short break and London can be the ideal destination to visit. With its beautiful architecture, exclusive restaurants and tourist attractions all vying for your attention, you may even find that one weekend just isn't enough.
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With grand architecture and thriving culture, the city of Edinburgh can easily keep you occupied for a few days. Visit during the annual festival for a truly unique experience that can't be matched anywhere in the world.
Glasgow has enjoyed extensive regeneration over the last few years and tourists are once again flocking to the city to take in all it has to offer. Glasgow has a rich artistic and scientific heritage and you can experience its legacy at a host of fascinating attractions. The Science Centre is ideal for children with plenty of interactive experiences on offer, whilst the plethora of fascinating museums and stunning galleries are enough to satisfy any culture-vulture.
Leeds is not only a wonderful, cosmopolitan city in its own right; it's also a great base from which to explore Yorkshire. City lovers will adore the cool cocktail scene and quirky restaurants and shops, whilst those wanting to explore natural paradises will have easy access to hundreds of miles of stunning countryside and dramatic coastline.
How to get there?
The UK has one of the world's best rail networks and this means that travelling by train is a far better option for holidaymakers. With an extensive network connecting all of these destinations, individuals could even look for train tickets to visit each of them as part of a tour of the country.
Train fares will vary so it is important that you check these in order to find the one which is best for you. Trains run just as regularly as other forms of transport and this means that they offer great levels of flexibility and convenience.
On top of this, train travel is also far easier to manage with journey times kept as short as possible. The stress of driving long distances or waiting in airports is also removed, allowing you to sit back and relax and enjoy the view. This allows your holiday to get off to the best possible start and ensure that every experience you have along the way is an enjoyable one.
Train travel can also cater to every type of passenger with quiet carriages giving businessmen the silence they need whilst family-orientated services, such as baby changing facilities, cater to those travelling for a holiday. A number of trains even offer wi-fi connections for their passengers, ensuring you are never bored on your journey.