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Tucked midway between Torquay and Brixham on the English Riviera, Paignton is known for its beautiful award-winning sandy beaches, first class attractions and pretty harbour. Mixing up the nostalgic with the modern, the resort is all abo...more info
Wells Next to Sea with its long sweeping beach bordered by pine woodlands. Staithe Street with its unique shops, and quaint harbour. An unspoilt seaside town.
Lichfield Market Square plays host to a vibrant general market on a Tuesday offering a wide choice products. Make a day of Litchfield by spending an hour in the cathedral then stroll the streets and check out the Market.
The vibrant heart of liverpool's historic waterfront, the Albert Dock's the place to see,. Blending old and new, it's contemporary, yet cultured; fun and friendly.
The historic town of Whitby with its busy fishing port, picturesque fishermans cottages, cobbled streets and Whitby Abbey.
Part of the world Heritage ‘Jurassic Coast’, the beautiful seaside resort of Sidmouth is both picturesque and unspoilt.
Beautiful gardens and leisurely walks, Regency history and fine hotels, clean beaches and friendl...more info
Chester the classic contemporary city with its black & white half timbered building, shopping with a great mix of retailers,plus attractions like the city walls, Chester cathedral, and a stroll along the River Dee.
Durham is home to one of the most recognisable landmarks in the UK, the majestic Durham Cathedral, which along with the Castle presently housing the university overlook the River Wear.
There's nothing like a day at the seaside, Blackpool, the home of the iconic Blackpool Tower & Winter Gardens.
Black Country Museum home to some of the the filming for the series Peaky Blinders is an award winning open air living museum that tells the story of the world's first industrial landscape with buildings, vehicles, objects and costumed c...more info