Published on : Friday, June 11, 2021
The government of United Kingdom is planning to kick start the domestic tourism after a month of travel restrictions. For this, the best choice is to go for city breaks. There are some places in United Kingdom, which are not far and very helpful for staycation.
Known as the capital of England, London is a most populous city in Great Britain. The city is a confluence of the old and the new and is one of the most vital tourist destinations in the entire world. It is a city with numerous attractions of all sorts including great architecture and heritage. London allures more than 15.3 million international tourists in a year in pre COVID-19 time. Here the numerous attractions in includes the London Eye, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Westminster’s Abbey and Nelson’s Column attract a large number of visitors. While staying here, you can visit some of the various museums and art galleries in London which preserve the heritage and culture of the immensely rich historic city. There are also several green parks in London for visitors to have a long walk in the evening and relax after a great nightlife.
Bath is abode to some of the greatest Georgian architecture in the United Kingdom. This city bears an architectural example of 17th Century. Located in the valley of River Avon, Bath is such a beautiful city that it has been designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can explore here some of the most beautiful hot springs and the Roman Baths. It is creative, stylish and unique in nature and is the only place in Up where you can have a bath in hot spa. It is an ideal destination for romantic breaks, short fun holidays, or a foodie’s getaway to explore the new cuisine. The most outstanding part of Bath is the 18th century sculpture and architecture when Ralph Allen, John Wood Elder and Younger, transformed this sleepy backwater area into one of the popular cities in England. The major landmarks of the town are the Circus and the Royal Crescent.
Brighton is the largest and best-known seaside resort on the English Channel. It stretches some five miles along the pebbled and sometimes steep chalk shoreline of the South Downs. Once a fishing village with narrow, winding lanes, the 18th century saw Brighton blossom into an stylish vacation spot where England’s elite relaxed in fashionable spas and hotels under the restorative influence of sea air. You can have to explore the pebble beaches which now lined with souvenir shops and amusement arcades. It remains a culturally vibrant destination and one of the most popular places to visit especially in summer.
Sheffield is one of the largest urban area in United Kingdom and if you love arts and culture or wide open spaces, you’ll feel right at home. The city is equally appealing to you if you love sports. The best part is the exploration of the Peak District, which is known for its bucolic vistas, manor homes, mining towns, and mineral springs. Sheffield also has many well-tended parks and a beautiful greenbelt area for plenty of outdoor fun. Also well-liked, mainly among gardeners, is the 19-acre Sheffield Botanical Gardens.