With plenty of school holidays and bank holiday weekends still to come this summer now is a great time to start planning a short break with your friends or family. The UK has a whole host of exciting and vibrant cities to enjoy that are perfect for a getaway that is good value and only a few hours away! Our range of ‘For Less’ city breaks are an ideal choice for anyone planning a UK break, as they offer hassle free and affordable breaks at 4 of the top UK cities. All of our ‘For Less’ breaks come with 2 nights accommodation or more in your choice of hotels and a free gift of your choice worth up to £49.95 per couple.
The nation’s capital attracts millions of visitors every year as there is always a huge range of exciting events taking place, with world class attractions drawing visitors from around the globe. We love taking a short break to London for a spot of retail therapy at Harrods and Camden markets and to soak up some culture at the Tate Modern and National Gallery. As part of a London For Less break you can visit another amazing gallery for free as part of your package. The Queen’s Gallery in Buckingham Palace holds an array of priceless treasures held in trust for the Nation by The Queen and is a beautiful setting for enjoying the latest exhibitions. From 4 May the much anticipated ‘Leonardo Da Vinci: Anatomist’ exhibition arrives at the gallery, and is a must see for art lovers everywhere. To visit this amazing exhibition that features Da Vinci’s most iconic anatomical sketches simply choose The Queen’s Gallery as your free gift when booking a London For Less break.
We love the renowned city of Edinburgh – with its rich heritage, stunning sights and striking architecture it’s the perfect destination for a short break to Scotland. Our favourite way to spend the day is by taking in the views from the iconic Edinburgh Castle before discovering the city’s vibrant nightlife at Olorosso Bar on Castle Street. As part of an Edinburgh For Less break you can choose from a range of superb attractions as free extras, including the Royal Yacht Britannia and the Edinburgh Dungeon. The spook-tacular dungeons tell the tales of Edinburgh’s creepiest historic figures and are a great attraction for children and big kids of all ages.
A short break in Liverpool never fails to be memorable – over the years we’ve had some great trips to this vibrant city in the North West. As a previous European Capital of Culture in 2008 and Best UK City in 2011 Liverpool is renowned for its maritime heritage, rich musical influence and fantastic shopping destinations. We love spending the day taking a stroll around Albert Dock and the Tate Liverpool before splashing some cash at Liverpool ONE. No trip to Liverpool would be complete, however, without a trip to The Fab Four – The Beatles Story, the award-winning attraction that explore the origins, life and times of the iconic Liverpool band The Beatles. The Beatles Story was recently visited by Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall, who was given a tour of the exhibition by managing director Jerry Goldman before unveiling a plaque to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the band’s creation. You can visit this superb attraction for free by adding it as your chosen extra when booking a Liverpool For Less break.
We might be a little bit biased as we’re extremely proud of our Yorkshire heritage, but here at Superbreak we think our city of York is a superb destination for a short break you’ll love. Our beautiful home town is brimming with history, stunning architecture and an array of boutique shops and delicious eateries to discover. What’s more, York is also home to some fantastic attractions, including the Jorvik Viking Centre and the York Dungeons. As part of a York For Less break you can now add free tickets to York’s newest attraction, Chocolate – York’s Sweet Story. This exciting new attraction celebrates the city’s long-standing chocolate heritage and for chocolate lovers everywhere also features a Chocolate Bar, serving artisan hot chocolates and mouth watering cakes. De-lish.
Which of our ‘For Less’ cities will would you like to visit next?