The British people are known for holidaying abroad. However, this year we have found staycations becoming increasingly popular. With lockdown 2.0 here, you might be already searching caravans for sale so you can take a road trip as soon as the lockdown is over. Well, we have got you covered when it comes to where you should visit. Check out our top ten places below.
If you are planning a road trip, you probably want to avoid getting held up in city traffic. So we recommend for a more tranquil getaway, consider driving to the Lake District. Full of walking trails, lakes and mountains, you cant get closer to nature than here.
For a coast trip, then head to Brighton, or ‘London by the sea’ as some call it. Walk along the beaches visiting the West pier and Brighton Pier along the way. Don’t forget to head up the i360 for amazing views of the city and the sea. If you want to head out of the city, there are many more scenic routes along the coast just a short distance from Brighton, such as Seven Sisters or head the other way to Bogner Regis.
Of course, if you are looking for a weekend away without driving, then visiting London is a must. There are so many things to do in London, such as visiting the London Eye, Big Ben, London Tower and Hyde Park. When Restaurant and Bars reopen, there are a wide variety of rooftop bars and delicious restaurants for you to try out.
A mixture of cities and highlands, Scotland can be a great place to visit. As well a visiting the obvious cities of Glasgow and Edingbourough you should consider visiting the smaller towns. Fort William is a great town near the infamous Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Great Britain. If you are into hiking, then this is the place for you.
If golf is your thing, then taking a trip to St Andrews is a must. Home to one of the oldest golf courses in the world, having a Par-72 course. When in St Andrews, you will admire the medieval architecture throughout. There are plenty of art galleries and museums to look out for. You can also visit the town’s old cathedral and the ruins of St Andrews Castle.
When talking about Scotland, you cant not mention Loch ness. Despite there never being a proven sighting of the Loch Ness monster, many people flock from all over the world to see if they can catch a glimpse of the legend ‘Nessie.’ Whist you are there, you might as well check ou the castle or take a cruise along the Caledonian canal.
Known for its rolling hills and abundance of sheep, Wales is the perfect place to visit for countryside getaways. When visiting Wales, we recommend heading to Snowdonia National park. Set amongst stunning mountains, Snowdonia is one of the most popular hiking spots for walkers, mountain bikers and horse riders.
Britain is full of history and there is always an opportunity to visit a castle, explore the castles of wales such as Cardiff Castle, Caernarfon Castle and Conwy Castle, you won’t be disappointed.