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More than just a beach spot Torquay has a pretty harbour, elegant Victorian villas and connections to Agatha Christie – the world’s best-selling author. This is the perfect opportunity to visit this popular tourist hot spot, before the Summer season starts!
*Book before the 31st August 2017 & pay from just £99.00 per person for our January departures*
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!
Full of excitement, culture and wonderful architecture, Amsterdam is home to some of Van Gogh’s most famous masterpieces as well as the renowned history of Anne Frank’s House. Alternatively, visitors can simply soak up the relaxed Dutch atmosphere with some shopping, unwind in one of its cosy cafes or enjoy a cruise along one of the many canals.
There is nothing quite like one of our London Theatre Break Weekends. Offering a dazzling array of West End Shows there really is no excuse for missing your favourite when they’re in the world’s number one entertainment capital- London. Whilst in London explore the sights and sounds, visit the museums and galleries or have a wander down Oxford Street and buy out the shops! London combined with a theatre show guarantees a magical experience that’s not easily forgotten.
Don't miss our NEW SHOWS:
SCHOOL OF ROCK
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG
WOMAN IN BLACK
Sit back, relax and enjoy the scenic splendour of Lancashire! Included in your break is a journey on the iconic East Lancashire Steam Railway with a cream tea as well as a cruise along the Lancaster canal on the award-winning Widebeam Canal Boat Kingfisher.
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.
Escape the winter blues and find a haven on-board a Skills coach. Bring your friends and make new ones along the way, as we travel to our favourite places steeped in a wealth of history and shopping opportunities.
From city to coast explore over 800 years of fascinating history in York; it quickly became the capital of Roman province of ‘Britannia Inferio’. We then head to Whitby, nestled in one of the most beautiful areas of English coastline.
A MUST SEE FOR EMMERDALE FANS: a brand new visitor experience in Leeds which takes you on a journey behind the scenes of Britain’s best-loved soap!
The guided tour will show you how your favourite characters and stories you remember are brought to life by shining a light on the production process, with full scale set reconstructions, preserved props and costumes!
Includes free time in Leeds after Emmerdale tour.
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Harry Potter: A History of Magic will combine centuries-old British Library treasures with original ‘magical’ material from Harry Potter publisher Bloomsbury and J.K Rowling’s own archives, going on display for the very first time!
Kensington Palace in London is a working Royal residence. Of great historical importance, Kensington Palace was the favourite residence of successive sovereigns until 1760. It was also the birthplace and childhood home of Queen Victoria. Today Kensington Palace accommodates the offices and private apartments of a number of members of the Royal Family including the new edition's Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
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