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Scarborough has been welcoming visitors for over 360 years and is still as popular as ever. The sandy beaches of the North and South Bays are broken by a rocky headland on which stand the ruins of Scarborough's medieval castle. With all the traditional seaside shops and attractions, Scarborough is a great day out for all ages.
Knowsley Safari has the longest safari drive in the UK and features over 700 wild animals across 550 acres of Safari.
Safari drive on arrival can take between 1 - 1.5 hours, visitors can then explore the other attractions such as the Elephant platforms, the Giraffe towers and Meerkat pen which means you can get really up close and personal with the animals. The sea lion display is a big favourite with all ages and the Bug House, European Moose Trail and Birds of Prey display
Step back in time and discover the charm of Olde England in these two beautiful market towns steeped in over one hundred years of history and unique shopping opportunities.
This historic fishing port is where Captain Cook learned his seamanship and is famous for appearing in Bram Stoker's Dracula. Set in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, this architecturally picturesque town is the ideal place to stroll along the beach or enjoy some traditional fish and chips on the sea front!
Soak up the sun on the beautiful beaches of Weymouth, with fine Georgian buildings providing a grand backdrop to miles of magnificent coastline and rich heritage. On this escape to Weymouth, you can also enjoy a full day in Poole & visit Dorchester for market day.
Boasting seven miles of sandy beaches and clear blue sea, this vibrant town has it all. With an incredible variety of shops, restaurants and award winning gardens you will be spoilt for choice at this traditional seaside location.
Explore the best of Belgium on this break! With excursions to Ostend, known as “The Queen of the Belgian seaside resorts” Bruges and Ghent.
Edwardian Grandeur oozes as soon as you enter the world famous Adelphi Hotel. Located in the heart of Liverpool City centre it was built in 1914 and quickly became “one of the greatest hotels in the world”.
Shoppers are spoilt for choice when it comes to Liverpool. From boutique arcades, Bohemian streets and farmers markets to the new designer ‘Liverpool ONE’ shopping centre which houses over 160 high street stores, you really will be able to shop till you drop on this day trip.