Sheffield is a diverse and exciting city with a growing reputation for cultural excellence. With a thriving music scene, a proud sporting heritage, a wealth of visitor attractions, quality shops and nightlife, this is a really interesting place to spend a weekend break or holiday.
The city also contains the UK’s biggest theatre complex outside London and is considered the greenest city in Europe, with many public parks and gardens.
The home of the legend of Robin Hood and a diverse, unique city, Nottingham is a good choice for a weekend getaway. The mixture of architectural styles in the city make it a very distinctive location.
With attractions and landmarks such as Nottingham Castle, a range of cultural venues and a thriving nightlife scene, this is a popular location for people seeking fun, excitement and relaxation.
A popular destination for clubbers, culture vultures and anyone who enjoys exciting city breaks. Newcastle is renowned for its nightlife so if you’re in town for a night out you’re sure to find a club, pub, or bar to suit your tastes.
With local art galleries like the Baltic and the Laing, football matches at St James’s Park and dramatic performances at the Theatre Royal, you will never be bored when you decide to stay in this vibrant Northern city.
Manchester is world-famous for its contributions to sport, music, media and culture. One of the most-visited cities in the UK, it has a lot to offer for anyone on a holiday or weekend getaway.
The city centre is filled with venues for entertainment, shopping and eating out and has a mixture of traditional buildings and contemporary structures, making for a unique and interesting modern city.
London receives millions of visitors every year and is consistently a favourite choice for people on holidays and weekend breaks. An abundance of world-class galleries and museums, a wealth of history, theatres, and year-round events make the capital an exciting destination.
Iconic UK landmarks like the Houses of Parliament, the Tower of London and Buckingham Palace are all to be found in the capital.
An increasingly popular tourist destination and a cultural hotspot, Liverpool makes a great destination for anyone. Whatever your interests you will find plenty to do and see during your time here.
The city centre and Albert Dock area have plenty of places to eat, stylish bars and cafes, and inspirational places to visit like the Tate Liverpool gallery, the Beatles Story, and the Merseyside Maritime Museum.
This multicultural city is one of the most inspiring locations for a UK city break. An abundance of green spaces, a wide range of cuisine and excellent shopping locations are just some of the plus points to be enjoyed here.
With annual events like the Caribbean Carnival and the UK’s largest comedy festival, there’s always something going on in Leicester.
Situated in the heart of West Yorkshire, Leeds is a cosmopolitan and exciting place to spend a city break. It has an extensive retail area with shops to suit every budget and taste, attractive open spaces like Millennium Square, and a vibrant nightlife scene.
This modern city is filled with culture and has something to suit everybody.
Glasgow has an appealing mixture of urban sophistication and scenic Scottish views. This beautiful city on the banks of the River Clyde has lots to offer anybody who decides to spend a few days here.
Visit George Square at the heart of the city and make it your starting point to visit the many fashionable shopping districts and cultural venues.
Scotland’s capital is full of charm and character. With lively bars, pubs and clubs, five of Scotland’s National Galleries, an abundance of museums and excellent shopping, you will never be short of things to do in Edinburgh.
There are also many events catering to people of all interests throughout the year. The best-known local event is the Edinburgh Festival.