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Blackpool Illuminations 

The famous Blackpool Illuminations are probably some of the finest in the country, and run for 2 months at the end of the year. At 10 kilometres long, and using over 1 million light-bulbs, the Illuminations are a truly awesome spectacle, which light up the Blackpool Promenade and the iconic Blackpool Tower in a dazzling display of electric magic! And while the Illuminations are running, there’s a plethora of other attractions available along the piers and in the theatres.



Whitby's skyline is dominated by the ruins of St. Hilda's Abbey, high on Whitby's East Cliff. Spreading below Whitby, a maze of alleyways and narrow streets run down to the busy quayside.

From the old town of Whitby, 199 steps lead up to the parish church of St. Mary, whose churchyard on Whitby's East Cliff gave Bram Stoker the inspiration to write his world famous book, Dracula.


Manchester Trafford Centre 

Situated just 5 miles outside Manchester city centre visitors have the choice of 230 stores along 3 miles of granite and marble boulevards. Stores range from designer and high fashion outlets along Regent Crescent including the first Selfridges outside London to favourite high street names. The Centre's leisure and dining area - The Orient hosts 36 restaurants and fast food eateries. It is also home to the Odeon 20 screen cinema - one of the largest in the UK.


Legoland & London 

Legoland Windsor is where dreams come to life! You can become a Knight, an explorer, a test driver or a pilot, and enter into a fascinating world of adventure where your imagination is the only limit! The park has over 55 rides and attractions, so you can fly through the trees as you try to escape fearsome dragons, ride the rapids with a Viking fleet, join the Lego divers on an underwater adventure, or even journey to the stars!


From Scunthorpe 

Cleethorpes is a popular and traditional seaside resort, with three miles of excellent sandy beaches and a wide promenade, which developed rapidly, from a tiny fishing village, in the late 19th-century and which today attracts up to a million visitors each year. There are numerous attractions and fine views of the ships entering the nearby Humber estuary.


Durham Christmas Market  

The beautiful city of Durham is home to the land of the Prince Bishops and holds a true Victorian Christmas Market; along with a visit to the Gateshead shopping mall this will make a great pre-Christmas break. We enjoy English breakfast & dinner.



The Keukenhof Gardens is one of the largest flower gardens in the world, stretching over 79 acres. Nearly 7 million bulbs are planted there each year, which grow into absolutely stunning flowers in a riot of colours. The gardens are only open for a short time each year, and April is the best time to go if you want to see the famous Tulips.

These gardens are perfect for a leisurely day, wandering among the flowers – whether you’re a gardening enthusiast, or just enjoy looking at flowers in all their beauty, this tour is sure to leave you feeling relaxed and inspired.



Blackpool is possibly the most famous of all the British seaside resorts, with is fabulous beach, amazing attractions and of course, the iconic Blackpool Tower. The town sits on the Lancashire coast, overlooking the Irish Sea and became popular in the Victorian Era with those looking to practise ‘sea-bathing’ as a means of curing whatever ailed them.

There’s an absolute plethora of things to do in Blackpool, from the beach and paddling in the sea, to wandering the promenade to thrilling theme-parks and even a Zoo. So why not join us for a short break to this wonderful seaside resort and enjoy all the fun of the seaside!


Bygone Times & Botany Bay  

Bygone Times has all kinds of antiques, memorabilia, nostalgia and collectables from yesteryear to present day. Set within the picturesque village of Eccleston, this converted Victorian Mill has over 250 stalls to browse. Take a step back in time as you stroll through the Victorian cobbled alleyway, three distinctive warehouses and penny arcade.

We finish the day with a visit to Botany Bay. Sprawling across the five floors of Canal Mill in Chorley, Lancashire is a fantastic shopping centre experience that’s not to be missed. Botany Bay is full of the finest brands in clothing, furniture, homeware, gifts and crafts - all at unbelievable prices.


Twixmas in Scarborough 


Set in an area of unsurpassed beauty on Yorkshire's glorious coast, is the popular seaside resort of Scarborough, boasting golden beaches, a bustling fishing harbour and charming old town. With so much to discover here, as well as the many attractions in the surrounding area, it's no wonder Scarborough remains a firm favourite.



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