You may be feeling disappointed that your summer holiday plans have changed this year due to you-know-what. However, just because you might not be able to get on a plane anytime soon doesn’t mean you won’t be able to have adventures. The UK has so many places to explore, you can take this time to plan your perfect trip to discover this country.
Perhaps you fancied a city break and losing yourself in culture. You’ve got so many choices in the UK. From the music scene in Manchester to the bustling waterfront in Brighton. The UK has cities to suit everyone’s taste. Speaking of taste, you’ll find your mouth watering at the sheer selection of restaurants in each city. You can still discover the world on your plate. Of course, one of the most famous cities in the world is London, and you still get to explore it. Trains to Kings Cross run regularly and you can travel in comfort.
As you’ve lived here for so long, you might not realise how special it is. The UK’s rich history is like no other in the world. From Stonehenge to Hadrian’s Wall – you can take a step back in time. There’s even a historic debate around the pubs in this country, with no one quite knowing which one came first. You could argue grabbing a pint is historical research. Make this time a chance to discover your home and history. You’ll be amazed at what you find out.
You can’t plan a British holiday without planning a seaside visit. Even though the weather is notoriously hit and miss here, the beaches are still breathtaking. Plus when you get them on a good day, you’ll feel like you’ve escaped into a holiday brochure. You may want to plan more than one trip. So take your pick from a mixture of beautiful beaches.
Last, and by no means least, is the British countryside. Wherever you are in the UK you won’t be too far away from some spectacular scenery. No matter your experience level in hiking, you’ll definitely want to check out some of these walks. You get to see the country as its finest, and truly appreciate what makes the outdoors so great.
The UK is full of places for you to discover. The hardest part is picking where to pick! Where would you like to visit most when lockdown is lifted?