A quick search on Skyscanner will reveal that now is the time to plan ahead for those wintery months coming up, and book a weekend away. City breaks are one of my favourite types of holidays; a couple of days to explore somewhere new, wine and dine in nice restaurants and stay in a hotel and let someone else clean up for a while. But which city should you choose, when there are so many? There’s something to be found in Europe for every style, it’s just a matter of finding the one that tickles your fancy and booking those flights!
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So the pound has fallen from its mighty perch, and suddenly going away this summer seems far more expensive. Far from being a disadvantage, it’s actually the perfect opportunity to see what the UK has to offer, and I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised. We are blessed with gorgeous landscapes, quaint cobbled street villages and a rich history thanks to the Romans and Prehistoric wonders. Hit up airbnb for some cheap accommodation or invest in a tent and some comfortable bedding, bundle into the car and have a good old fashioned road trip. These are four of my favourite places in England to get you inspired.
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London is my hometown and having travelled the world I can honestly say its one of the best cities I’ve ever immersed myself in. It’s is bursting at the seams with things to do and places to see, but also full of tourist attractions that are heaving with people most of the time. You’ve got to brave the crowds to visit unmissable sights like the Tower of London or Buckingham Palace, but where do you go to get the authentic experience? Where do Londoners go on the weekend to enjoy their city? All my favourite spots are now revealed and they’re perfect for families, couples or backpackers, because the best places are ones that anyone can enjoy.
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