With a wealth of culture, history and contemporary entertainments on offer, not to mention some top class hotels - UK breaks promise a holiday to remember for families, couples or groups of friends. From the Capital London with its West End shows, cinemas and museums, to the great northern cities such as Liverpool, Manchester, and Edinburgh, not forgetting some of the most varied and beautiful countryside in the world, UK breaks really do give you the chance to experience the best of Britain, whatever time of year you travel.
Top quality hotels on UK breaks
With major European investment being pumped into many UK cities and tourists hotspots
over the last decade, you'll find that tourist facilities are of a high standard
across the board. From Birmingham in the heart of the Midlands, with its Brindley
Place restored canal side district, to the renovated Clyde side regions of Glasgow
and the stunning landscape of the Lake District – the UK offers some of the world's
most dynamic urban and countryside environments – and with this comes some great
With hotels varying from two to five stars to cater for every size of budget, many
holiday companies provide special package deals that include a top notch hotel,
travel on a low cost airline, and complimentary food and drink for the duration
of your stay. However you choose to enjoy your UK break, whether it be in the five
star luxury of a high class city hotel, a friendly bed and breakfast in the countryside
or a no frills youth hostel on the UK’s scenic coastline – visitors
to Britain are always made to feel welcome and right at home.
Have fun on UK breaks
Many of the UK's cities are world famous for different reasons, and as such offer
much of cultural and entertainment interest to visitors. Why not chart the history
of the Beatles in the music museums of Liverpool, or attend a Premier League football
match at Anfield or nearby Old Trafford in Manchester? How about a day spent admiring
contemporary art at the Tate Modern on London's South Bank, or an afternoon marvelling
at Newcastle's famous statue 'The Angel of the North' on your way up to experience
some shows at the annual Edinburgh Festival?
On top of all this, UK breaks offer some of the best shopping in the world, a landscape
full of picture postcard rural villages, plus a host of excellent bars, nightclubs
and top quality restaurants to ensure your holiday lives long in the memory.