Short breaks coach holidays in the UK
Visiting Kew Gardens for a unique night-time experience, guided by snowflakes, the new 1 mile trail winds its way through the world famous botanic gardens, in a magical after-dark experience. The iconic London Eye and Southbank Christmas Market makes this one of the most atmospheric breaks that we can offer.
The Ulverston Dickensian Christmas Festival is one of the best events of its kind in the country, enjoy a wonderful atmosphere of a traditional market town in the Dickensian era, marking the start of the Christmas season and bringing a little Christmas magic to both young and old.
York is so easy to get about and everything is within walking distance so join us and soak up the city's medieval charm and scents of spiced mulled wine this season, as fairs, family fun and festival flavours transform York into a festive fairytale. As well as being voted the UK's Most Festive City in 2017, York St Nicholas Fayre won 'Best Large Speciality Market' at the Great British Market Awards in 2019.
The Ultimate Christmas Musical experience, staging a blend of Christmas entertainment, songs, carols, dazzling dancers and beautiful costumes. Each show is a pageant of spectacular colours with a cast of over 100 performers, a fast moving celebration of the festive season featuring a mix of both seasonal and year-round favourites, with famous and much loved chart toppers being sung alongside traditional carols.
Recognised all over the world, Cirque du Soleil has constantly sought to evoke imagination, invoke senses and provoke emotions. Discover the highly creative and artistic shows as Cirque du Soleil returns to London's iconic Royal Albert Hall with the European Premiers of Luzia, a waking dream of Mexico.Duration: 2 Days
A unique week-end break taking you to Yorkshire and the famous Rhubarb Triangle, we visit a well known producer and learn about the 'secret world' of rhubarb. Also on this break we visit Yorkshire's newest art gallery, the Hepworth Wakefield which opened in 2011 and named after artist Barbara Hepworth who was born in the city.
Now open to the public for the first time in its 1000 year history, the Royal Mint gives you the chance to discover the stories behind the coins in your pocket. See more money that you could every imagine, find out how each coin is made and even strike your own.
There is something quite special about Kensington Palace, built in 1605 it became the royal home for William & Mary in 1689. It was saved from falling into ruin by Queen Victoria who was determined to save the Palace where she was born and spent her childhood.
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