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Enjoy a scenic day out to some of the Peak District’s most beautiful towns as we visit Bakewell and Matlock:
Perhaps best known for its unique and delicious Pudding, Bakewell is the biggest town in the Peak District National Park and has many treats to offer – ranging from shopping and specialist markets to relaxing strolls and quaint courtyards where you can watch the world pass you by.
Once famed for its hydro and spa treatments, Matlock is a fashionable town filled with small, independent shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants.
Admire the beautiful architecture and majestic college buildings or wander around the quaint passages set around the historic market place. Well known for its unique shopping experience where independent shops blend perfectly with high street brands.
Skegness is one of the most popular seaside resorts for day trips. Between the beach and the promenade, there are acres of beautiful gardens, where you can relax in the tranquil atmosphere, or soak in the sunshine on a warm day.
Enjoy some of the most beautiful coastal scenery on this Dorset adventure. Explore the sandy beaches and towns of both Bournemouth and Weymouth along with a memorable harbour cruise departing from Poole Quay where you’ll sail by scenic destinations whilst taking in the local history via a live commentary aboard the boat. Plus – we’ve added in a delicious cream tea to enjoy at the peaceful Blue Pool Tea House.
Famous for its swaying palm trees, piers and golden coastlines, Paignton & the English Riviera brings a touch of the Mediterranean to Britain! On this break, we also visit the idyllic destinations of Torquay, Polperro and Looe!
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!
Durham City is home to one of the most recognisable landmarks in the UK, majestic Durham Cathedral. Together with adjacent Durham Castle, this UNESCO World Heritage Site forms one of the most stunning city panoramas in Europe. Step back in time at fascinating heritage attractions, or seek out hidden gems in market towns and villages.
For the first time in more than 30 years the spectacular Terracotta Warriors will be on display at Liverpool’s World Museum for a limited time only! Since 1974 more than 8,000 life-sized Terracotta Warriors have been discovered in burial pits at the tomb of China’s First Emperor; Qin Shihuangdi, making them one of the most significant archaeological evacuations of the 20th century!
The tremendous story of the tomb’s warriors will be displayed alongside important artefacts and research relating to the formative years of the Chinese nation, from the pre-unifucation Qin Kings to the First Emperor’s legacy in the Han Dynasty – and is not to be missed.
Cornwall and the Scilly Isles are an unspoilt area where picturesque natural parks meet golden coastlines. Relax as we explore a place unlike anywhere else in Great Britain with visits to the Scilly Isles, Newquay, St Ives and the Barbara Hepworth Museum you will experience a real insight into Cornwall’s history and beauty.
Situated on the east coast of Yorkshire with sandy beaches, award winning promenades and its historic harbour, Bridlington really is a hidden gem. As a traditional seaside destination this day out provides something for all.