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Explore Skipton during their market day, for your chance to pick up a bargain! On day 2, enjoy scenic stops at Otley & Haworth.
Join us on this great day trip as you spend your morning hunting for bargains at Melton Mowbray's famous farmers market and antique's fair held every Tuesday and in the afternoon we take a relaxing cruise at Rutland Water on the "Rutland Belle".
Set on the banks of the River Avon, the beautiful market town of Stratford-upon-Avon is home to many medieval wooden fronted buildings showcasing over 100 years of history and William Shakespeare.
Visit Shrewsbury and walk the Higgledy-Piggledy streets of the centre, walk along the river that scoops up the town in the centre and indulge in a mix of the very old and very new.
The elegant spa town of Harrogate has much to offer. Best known for its horticulture, historic buildings and little tea rooms; everyone’s time will be well spent.
You’ll need your camera for this one as we explore North Wales which boasts some of Britain's most beautiful scenery. Staying in Llandudno enjoy a scenic drive through Snowdonia’s National Park and excursions to Prestatyn and Chester.
We invite you to join us as we return once again to the amazing hosts at Hotel Wagner nestled in the Rhine Valley. Visit Rudesheim, famous for its wine-producing grapes, peaceful villages like Cochem and Boppard all surrounded by forested mountains, the Rhine Valley is Germany’s landscape at its more impressive. Our hotel package includes 1-hour free bar on 3 nights’ and 2 nights’ of entertainment.
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Situated on the east coast of Yorkshire with sandy beaches, award winning promenades and its historic harbour, Bridlington really is a hidden gem. As a traditional seaside destination this day out provides something for all.
Set in the magnificent parklands of Tatton Park in Cheshire, this RHS Flower show offers a spectacular day out with a fresh and unique appeal not only to plant lovers but friends and family too.
Tucked away in the mountains of the Pyrenees between France and Spain, the Principality of Andorra is a land of narrow valleys and mountainous landscapes. Picturesque villages host Romanesque churches and houses, built in a unique, local style that have been preserved through the country’s seclusion and if you happen to wander off the beaten track you’re likely to find a Pyrenean spot to call your own.