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Join us for an Easter getaway you’ll never forget, on an extraordinary journey through the most stunning landscapes in the North of England on one of the UK’s most amazing railway journeys! We also include an excursion to the York National Railway Museum
Take advantage of Torquay’s warmer climate this Easter, more than just a beach spot it is full of surprises including its pretty harbours, elegant Victorian homes, museums and prehistoric Stone Age caves.
Whether you’re visiting London for the first time or coming back for a special occasion, you’ll always discover a city full of unforgettable landmarks and exciting things to do!
Step on board and start your mini break on one of our great value for money mini cruises with P&O ferries. Treat yourself to a short break with a difference with a mini cruise from Hull to Amsterdam, Zeebruges or Keukenhof and explore what one or all of these wonderful cities have to offer!
The world’s most photographed garden; Keukenhof Gardens in bloom is not to be missed.
Known as the ‘Garden of Europe’, the world famous Keukenhof Gardens attracts thousands of visitors each year. Covering 30 hectares, the gardens are a true celebration of spring in all its magnificence with 7 million hand planted bulbs creating the most vibrant displays of tulips, daffodils and other delightful flowers.
Stunning scenery, glorious beaches, loads to do and see – is it any wonder that people have been flocking to Scarborough for nearly 400 years now?
Each year Llandudno plays host to all things 19th century at the much-loved Victorian Extravaganza! Marvel at the Victorian costumed characters, old time fair rides, steam engines and witness the biggest highlight, the daily street parades which take place at midday!
Experience some of the richest history in Britain as we include excursions to Oxford, the Roman Baths, Salisbury – home to the spectacular Salisbury Cathedral and the mysterious rock formation of Stonehenge.
The Settle to Carlisle Railway is one of the UK’s most scenic and impressive railways travelling through viaducts, tunnels and the wild scenery of the North Pennines, Eden Valley and Yorkshire Dales. On this extended break we also visit Harrogate, Skipton and York.
Join us for this seaside extravaganza, as we go coast to coast soaking up all the best attractions and traditions from these three popular seaside locations.
Renowned as the most famous flower show in Britain and recognised all over the world the elegant RHS Chelsea Flower Show was originally held in 1862 in Kensington, but it later found its home in the grounds of Chelsea Hospital in 1913. You can expect to capture flourishing displays, a huge array of show gardens that promise to hypnotise and enchant you and flowers that you can’t find anywhere else!