Top 7 holiday destinations in the UK

Top 7 holiday destinations in the UK

08/29/2018 | 0 comments | by maxwoodhead


Blackpool is one of the best holiday destinations in the UK. There are many reasons that people visit Blackpool for their holidays. The Iconic Blackpool Tower on the famous seafront has a variety of attractions for all the family to enjoy. The incredible value Blackpool Resort Pass makes this amazing holiday even more affordable. The Grand Theatre: When you enter The Grand Theatre, you’ll understand why tourists call it the “Glorious Grand”. The classic balconies mean every seat has a clear view of the stage making it one of the best theatres in the world.  

Lake District

The Lake District has some of the finest scenery and greenest countryside in the UK. It has a range of lakes, valleys and forests which makes the Lake District one of the most relaxing and beautiful places to visit. Why not rent out little put-put boats and take a trip around the longest lake in the UK. Great walks, wildlife and great outdoor activities. What is there not to like?


Devon has two of the finest coasts in the UK. Beer Beach is a perfect shingle beach with the natural sunset falling on it. Bigbury on Sea is a popular family beach which overlooks the incredible Burgh Island and the Durdle Door on the Jurassic Coast. Devon also has some of the finest dining experiences with a variety of restaurants and pubs to choose from to make your trip even more memorable.


For a small city, Brighton has become one of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK. If you are going there for family fun, beachy attractions such as the Sea Life Centre, the 150-foot-tall Brighton Wheel and the Brighton Pier are perfect for the whole family.

If you’re after something a little slower-paced, then the long walks in the countryside are the perfect option with flawless views of the English Channel. For culture vultures, there are various theatre productions within Brighton to enjoy at the majestic Brighton Dome or Komedia’s live comedy nights to keep you entertained.


Being one of Scotland’s most attractive cities. Edinburgh is popular for its famous historic buildings with it being home to the Edinburgh Castle, The Royal Palace and The Scottish National War Memorial.

If you are more of a festival person, then Edinburgh is the best place to be. With over 70 years of festivals happening in Edinburgh featuring the Edinburgh International Festival, Film Festival and Festival Fringe. These have become some of the largest festivals in the world so why not visit and discover what all the excitement is all about.


It is impossible to plan the perfect group trip in the UK without visiting iconic London. There are plenty of attractions located all around London to keep you entertained for a long time. Head to Tower Bridge to take in one of the most popular, instantly recognisable landmarks in this great city. If you are passionate about the Royal Family, then Buckingham Palace is the attraction to visit with St James’ Park adjacent offering great walks all-year-round.

If you’re looking for nightlife, then why not visit one of the top 10 clubs (Fabric, Heaven, Cargo & XOYO). They all have a different range of music featuring Dance, Hip Hop, Drum & Bass and Pop. This writer highly recommends Egg in Camden – great music, top-notch sound systems and a huge dancefloor.


Bournemouth has some of the most glorious golden beaches which go on for 7 miles. There are many activities to choose from on the Bournemouth beach from Beach Volleyball and play areas to lifeguard displays.

It also has some of the finest art galleries with the Russell Cotes Art Gallery being the most popular due to their collection of Pre-Raphaelite art.

Bournemouth has a thriving town centre which has a great British feeling to it. If you are looking for a big out of town shopping experience, then Castle Point features every high street name. Bournemouth old town centre still offers huge department stores such as House of Fraser and the usual high street names.