United Kingdom Leading City Destinations for a Short-Break Holiday

Short break holidays are becoming far more common, as people look to travel for a few days to experience different areas of the UK.

This could be in a White Arches caravan for example and exploring the different camp sites available or choosing from the vast array of different hotels in each area. So which are the UK's leading destinations for that regular short-break holiday?


The first city to make the list is Edinburgh in Scotland. There is so much to explore with much history in the old town. There is also much elegance in the Georgian new town, which is why the city is a must to visit. The city also has many incredible architectural buildings featured that cannot be missed, alongside numerous secret gardens. While in the Scottish capital then you should also look at visiting the Dovecot gallery and tapestry studio. If you are looking for hotels then you could choose from the likes of the Balmoral or the Principal Edinburgh George Street. These being two of the top hotels in this iconic city.


One of the most visited cities on earth is London, which is widely regarded as the best in many people's eyes. There are endless restaurants, bars and entertainment on offer around the city. Whether this be at the theatre or at sporting events, there is much to choose from. On top of this there are some incredible architecture to view, on top of the views from the likes of the Shard and the London eye. There are also eight beautiful parks in the capital, such as Royal Parks, Hyde Park and Richmond Park. The Royal Botanical Gardens are also not to be missed. If you are looking for hotels then you could choose from the likes of Claridge's or the Goring. Both are luxurious and steeped in history, so would provide a memorable stay.


The final city to make the select list is York, which is one of the UK's most beautiful destinations. It is renowned for its character and history, with some incredible architecture situated around the city. York also has a fantastic shopping scene or top of numerous galleries, restaurants and cafes to visit. The city continues to welcome vast numbers of visitors each day, with the York Minister being a popular building to view. York also has so much contemporary art to choose from at the York Art Gallery and Art of Protest Gallery to name just a few. If you are looking for hotels then you could stay in Grays Court or even the Hotel Du Vin and Bistro. Both offer a luxurious option for a memorable stay.
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Edinburgh image by kolibri5
London image by GK von Skoddeheimen
York image by Wolfgang Claussen

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January 28, 2020

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