Choose between two of the most popular West End shows, either Les Miserables or Phantom of the Opera and enjoy a night in London.
Enjoy a great weekend at Bath’s Christmas market, bordered by the famous Bath Abbey and Roman Baths followed by a visit to Bristol and Broadmead for the German Christmas market.
Discover the finest areas of two beautiful cities with free time to explore at leisure both Bristol and Bath.
Considered to be one of the best preserved Medieval cities in Europe, life in Bruges centres around the market square, bordered by guildhalls and towered over by the magnificent 13th Century belfry.
Combine the ever-popular Blackpool Illuminations with a visit to Birmingham.
Combine the ever-popular Blackpool Illuminations with a visit to iconic Liverpool.
The seaside resort of Brighton makes the perfect two night break.
Departing Suffolk & Essex - Founded over 1,000 years ago Cambridge is not just home to the University but a thriving city too!
The Southampton Christmas Festival takes place in the city centre and features alpine themed chalets with a range of authentic gifts and Bavarian style music.
Enjoy a three day stay in Liverpool with the freedom to discover the delights of this extraordinary city.
Take in the capital’s festive sights with a short break staying in Kensington with travel to Covent Garden and Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland. Perfect for the ultimate Christmas shopping trip.
This fabulous four day break combines a six hour cruise of the Manchester Ship Canal with a guided tour of Concorde in its new home at Manchester airport.
Enjoy a three day stay in Newcastle with the freedom to discover the delights of this varied city.
Combine a stay in Swindon with a visit to the picturesque National Trust property, Greys Court House, excursions to the famous cities of Bath and Oxford as well as a visit to Swindon Designer Outlet.
Spoil yourself with a stay and afternoon tea at one of the world's most prestigious hotels.
This two-night break is all about luxury and relaxation.
The River Severn wends its way through delightful Worcestershire towards Bristol, home of the famous sherry importer and the picture of rural England is complete with magnificent Worcester Cathedral.
Keep the children (or grandchildren) occupied this school holiday with an overnight break to York.
Enjoy a traditional Christmas celebration at York’s St. Nicholas Fayre, one certainly not to be missed. York, more than any other city, is a living record of English history and is dominated by the magnificent Minster.