A small town in North Wales, Portmeirion was built in the style of an Italian village making the quaint streets and colourfully adorned architecture a feast for eyes. It does cost to visit so bear that in mind before planning in your diary.
Scousers are known for their friendliness and it’s true. Along with that, you’ve got amazing shopping, beaut buildings, Instagrammable spots and some of the best lunch and drink spots around.
3. The Lake District
Fancy escaping the hustle and bustle of city life? Then make a trip to the Lake District. There’s a reason it’s known for its beauty.
Home to two of the world’s biggest football clubs, full of fun things to do and with great nightlife and amazing eateries, it’s the perf day trip come rain or shine. It’s also home to boohooHQ (not that we’re biased or anything…).
If tearooms, cute shops and quaint streets are your thing – pop York on your visit list. There’s ghost walks, eye-catching architecture and cobbled streets for days. Make afternoon tea a must.
A seaside town on the South East coast, Margate is home to Dreamland, an attraction park with rides, games and a roller disco – what more could you want – amiright?
It’s the capital city for a reason. And the place you’ll never run out of things to do. Book an igloo at the Coppa Club for these stunning views. And visit Europe’s highest sky garden here, for free!
Home to one of the world’s most famous universities, there’s more to Cambridge than just books. It’s beauty around every corner and cute cafes too. Put punting on your to-do list.
9. The Peak District
Ok, so I’m from here but that aside, it’s a stunning place to visit. From some of the most scenic walks in the country to cosy pubs – tick the following off on your map: Castleton, Bakewell and Chatsworth.
Poor Blackpool gets a bad rep. But with a beach, tower, THREE piers, fish’n’chips and a theme park – you can hardly say you’d be bored.