United Kingdom Trip Itineraries
Best Bath freebies
The great thing about Bath is that you can enjoy the city just by walking around its best attractions, meaning that you don't have to spend a penny. You can walk around beautiful Georgian streets like The Royal Crescent and Circus, and spend hours chilling out in Royal Victoria Park and its beautiful Botanical Garden.
In the city centre you can visit the Victoria Art Gallery for nothing, and wander around to admire Pulteney Bridge and Bath Abbey for free too, before relaxing in Queen Square. read more about Best Bath freebies... Read More
Top 5 eating spots
Cardiff has a whole host of restaurants, cafes and delis in which to grab a quality bite to eat. For a fun and delicious dining experience head to Zushi, and if it's pizza or pasta you crave book into Bella Italia near the Millennium Stadium. Henry's has a varied menu and is well situated for a shopping break, and well-established Crumbs specializes in delicious but healthy lunches. If you only require a light bite or coffee and cake, Caffé Nero is the place to visit. read more about Top 5 eating spots... Read More
Couples can discover all the romance of Edinburgh during a Valentine’s weekend in the city. Stay in Edinburgh’s top luxury boutique hotel Tigerlily offering special ‘love’ packages. Enjoy the traditional sights together including the Edinburgh Castle and the famous Scott Monument. Stroll leisurely through the picturesque Royal Botanic Gardens and stop off for a warm drink with eclectic music at The Jazz Bar. Sample some fine cuisine during an evening meal and book tickets for a performance at The Kings Theatre. Unwind together in the hotels’ stylish bar offering creative and contemporary cocktails read more about Romantic Edinburgh... Read More
Out To Sea - Further Afield
Your day In Brighton begins on the Undercliff path near Brighton Marina where you can take in some of the gorgeous scenery. Head out of the city to the Medieval Town of Lewes or toward Beachy Head. Upon your return to the city, enjoy good food and drinks ideally situated in Brighton's centre. read more about Out To Sea - Further Afield... Read More
One Day in Edinburgh
Edinburgh is a famous historical city- if your visit is for one day it is important to take in the main sights of the city, but be prepared to rise early for there is a lot to pack in. The Castle and a museum will fill up most of your day but be sure to stop for both lunch and dinner in some of the cities best and most popular restaurants. read more about One Day in Edinburgh... Read More
A Cheap Glasgow Break
It is very possible to have a cheap Glasgow break, ranging from things to do, to places to eat. This guide is merely that, a guide..to make you aware that Glasgow has lots of low cost entertainment if you dig a bit deeper.
The city has to cater for it's large student population and as a result there are many bargains to be had in the city in terms of food and entertainment. To boot Glasgow is steeped in history and crammed full of architectural gems.
All the museums in Glasgow are FREE and you really will enjoy strolling round them. Glasgow is also the best place in the UK outside of London for shopping. From designer to bargain. You just cannot visit Glasgow and not visit the Barras...the atmosphere is fantastic and you may just nab a bargain. You may not have wads of cash to spend but do visit the Merchant city for some window shopping in places like the Italian centre.
If you have kids use this guide in conjunction with our kid guide. Some of the pubs and restaurants on the list are multi-purpose in that they provide cheap food and live entertainment. Do check out their websites as they usually have a weekly agenda and advertise the meal deals and drinks promos.
No cheap break in Glasgow would be complete without transport and you will be pleased to know there are good deals on the vast and regular bus services, trains and subways. You can get an "All Day" ticket which allows you to hop on and off the First group buses all day for just £3.75.
They also provide a service to Balloch which will get you to the famous Loch Lomond.
You simply cannot come to Glasgow and not visit this wondrous place. Summer or Winter you will love the place for it's scenery, great food and shopping. If you have your own transport head to Luss...just a wee bit further down the loch side and you can view the quaint picturesque street where the tv soap Take the High Road was filmed and stunning views of the loch. In summer you can take a speed boat trip for a mere fiver a head. There is plenty in this guide to provide a cheap Glasgow break but do check out the other guides and the site for even more inspiration! read more about A Cheap Glasgow Break... Read More
Best seaside spots
While in Wales, hire a car and take the opportunity to visit some of Great Britain's best beaches.
Porthcawl's beaches, and Swansea Bay are within easy driving distance of Cardiff, and it’s well worth heading on to the beautiful Gower Peninsula while in Swansea. Llangennith, Oxwich, and Three Cliffs (pictured) are just three of the many beautiful Gower beaches that are perfect for a day by the sea.
Head further west and you’ll find the delightful Cardigan Bay, and even further afield in North Wales you will find Colwyn Bay, with its host of traditional seaside attractions. read more about Best seaside spots... Read More