This summer could be the year when you visit the white sands of the Caribbean, the deserts of Africa or the vineyards of France. It could also be the year where you the buck trend to go on ever more exotic sounding holidays and stay a bit closer to home by exploring what the South of England has got to offer.
Not only have we got the fantastic cosmopolitan buzz that is our capital city, we also have gorgeous countryside and everyone knows the weather is always better down South.
So if you’re thinking of staying at home this summer, take a look at what is on offer.
London is a tourist hot spot renowned worldwide for having an Arts and Cultural offer like no other city. If you fancy a break that is action packed of knowledge and nourishment about the Arts then you are looking in the right place. From art galleries and museums to the glistening West End theatres there is something for everyone and more to see than could ever be seen in a number of trips. To start planning check out the official London tourist page here.
The UK has got some of the most beautiful countryside in the world and it seems like everyone but us appreciate it. From bizarre rock formations to sandy beaches and from lush green valley’s to rolling hills covered in gorse and heather there is so much to see and so many unexpected landscapes to experience right here on your doorstep. And don’t panic getting out into the countryside doesn’t have to mean back to basics.
For the ultimate get away consider luxury log cabins nestled deep into the countryside like the ones on offer at http://www.luxuryselfcatering.uk.com/. These centrally heated cabins come complete with lush interiors and private hot tubs plus they boast views of their stunning location in Cheddar Gorge right at the heart of the beautiful Somerset countryside.
Making it Affordable
Something that troubles all UK travellers is the expense of holidaying here which can put a lot of people off travelling here as it can seem unachievable without the right direction. Before you start backing away, consider the following hints and tips from an experienced UK traveller. If you make a budget before you travel and make sure you stick to it, even if that means eating a chippie tea out of newspaper one night instead of dining in a restaurant then you can’t go far wrong.