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  • Bath ticks pretty much all the boxes for a perfect short break. With sweeping, honey stone Georgian crescents and terraces spread over a green and hilly bowl, it’s a strong contender for England’s most beautiful small city. It has a fascinating and easily accessible history, from the Roman Baths to the life and times of one time resident Jane Austen. The history of Bath begins in 60 AD, when the Romans were already enjoying its warm waters. Even today, spas play a central role in the identity of the city and continue to attract many visitors in search of well being. Classed World Heritage by UNESCO in...   More

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  • Northern Ireland's capital is as rich in culture as it is in sweeping scenery and rolling greenery. Belfast is a city steeped in history that is must visit for historians and adventurers alike. Belfast is fast becoming an international hub of creativity and the arts, but it still borrows heavily from its glorious Celtic past. The capital city of Northern Island, Belfast has a long and proud history that means that there is wealth of activities for visitors to enjoy here. To learn all about this history and culture one can head to the Cathedral Quarter where they can wander around to heart’s content or s...   More

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  • Birmingham is Britain’s second largest city that offers a refreshing break from the busy towns that surround it. From being a small town to becoming a front runner for its advancements in science, technology, and commerce gave it names like the City of a 1001 trades and the workshop of the world. With a network of canals and parks, the roots of Birmingham go back to the middle ages but now it is renowned for its multi cultural residents and a way of life that beautifully blends the past with the present. Famous for the gorgeous countryside, its original chocolate factory, the many heritages sites and its co...   More

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  • Cambridge is a charming English city located on the River Cam just north of London. As the home to one of the world’s top universities the University of Cambridge it has all of the cultural and entertainment options one might expect from a college town. Cambridge touts itself as a city for all seasons. There is no shortage of things to do even on the coldest winter day and the options are seemingly unlimited when the warmer weather sets in. The King’s College Chapel situated along the River Cam is considered a fine example of perpendicular Gothic architecture and is one of the most visited sites in th...   More

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  • Located in the southeast corner of Wales, Cardiff became the country’s capital in 1955 and launched a number of projects to improve the ancient port city shortly thereafter. The 74200 seat Millennium sports stadium and the futuristic Wales Millennium Centre for the performing arts have now joined Cardiff Castle as the city’s star attractions. The 11th century castle gives visitors a great introduction to Welsh history and a climb to the top of the keep offers stunning views of the city and surrounding countryside. Cardiff is the capital city of Wales located in the beautiful United Kingdom and doubles...   More

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  • The capital city of Scotland, Edinburg is located in the Central Belt region of the country. The city is a combination of both ancient and modern atmosphere and is divided into two segments, the Old town and the Georgian New City. Edinburgh is now a city of festivals and entertainment. It is also a great place for education. If seeking the flavour of old town of Scotland, Edinburgh is the city to be in. It is a perfect mix of the old flavours of the town along with the new and modern styles. One may either get lost in the alleyways of the Old Town and the castle or admire the Georgian Splendour of the New town an...   More

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  • An old, historic city that was once part of many important events in the United Kingdom and currently its third largest urban agglomeration, Glasgow is an important commercial centre not just for Scotland but all of the UK as well. It is a port city that is situated on the River Clyde in the western Lowlands of Scotland and mainly famed for Victorian era architecture and as a national cultural hub. Growing to its peak during the British Empire as a river trading port, Glasgow was the epicentre of shipbuilding in its heyday, which lasted until the early 20th century. It was also an important trading port since anc...   More

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  • Leeds is situated within Yorkshire in England. Considered to be one of the gems of the north, it has an array of Victorian buildings and modern architecture, providing the perfect contrast that most travellers don’t get the chance to see in one place. Attracting millions of tourists and students every year it’s not shocking that many people find themselves wanting to travel to Leeds while they’re in the north of England. Leeds is a traveller’s delight and is considered to be one of the best tourism destinations in the United Kingdom. Also dubbed as the city of festivals Leeds is a vibrant ...   More

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  • Famed for its wonderful culture, winning football teams, The Beatles and a buzzing nightlife, Liverpool is one of the major cities of UK situated in Merseyside in England. It lies within the boundaries of Lancashire. It was awarded as the European Capital of Culture in 2009 and is home to some of the major attractions in Europe. The seaport of Liverpool is located in the North western part of England and it is at a distance of 336 kms from London. This town has a reputation of wit and the people have an obsession over football and music. Along with that it also has an impressive cultural heritage and it is home t...   More

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