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4.666665
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Join in the fun and games in the historic English city of Chester and find out which pubs, clubs, bars and music venues to visit on your short break.... read more »
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4.285715
(7 comments)
Destination: Prague
Want to savour Prague's finest beers without bumping into stag parties and tourist traps? Simply follow this short and scenic route and you'll be shouting "Na zdraví!" with the locals in no time... read more »
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5
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Once known for bombs and bullets, now Belfast is all about cocktails and craic, not to mention black taxi tours to former trouble spots and an eye-opening experience on a big wheel... read more »
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5
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Destination: Somerset
South Somerset's easy cycling in perfect English countryside makes for a lovely circular tour, with great scenery, great B&Bs and great pubs... read more »
#5/25
Rating:
4.333335
(8 comments)
A night out in Birmingham offers something for everyone, whether it be real ale, late night clubs or good restaurants... read more »
#6/25
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4.25
(6 comments)
With its quaint fishing villages, huge skies, empty beaches and great pubs, North Norfolk is the perfect place to chill... read more »
#7/25
Rating:
4.2
(9 comments)
Bradford on Avon to Bath by barge takes you on a cruise down the Kennet & Avon canal via gorgeous scenery with plenty of pubs, restaurants, activities to do and places to see en route.... read more »
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4
(1 comment)
Destination: Eindhoven
The Dutch city of Eindhoven has a wealth of art museums, design houses and buildings to explore on a weekend break... read more »
#9/25
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4
(2 comments)
With a wealth of myths and legends attached to it, Glastonbury has lots to offer as an alternative weekend break - especially if you like a good pub and fancy shopping for spell books and magic wands... read more »
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4
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If you’ve followed the guidebooks and done all the tourist things before, give yourself a break on your next trip to Liverpool and do what locals do: hang out, eat well, stroll the streets… and potter... read more »
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4
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Destination: Cardiff
Whether it’s down to Charlotte and Gavin or Gavin and Stacey, Wales has a new-found status as a must-do destination. Time to spend a weekend in Cardiff, its cool capital city...... read more »
#12/25
Rating:
4
(2 comments)
It’s not all pulpits and professors in Cambridge - to see another side of this beautiful town, hop on a bike and follow my guide to the places where the locals like to eat, drink and play... read more »
#13/25
Rating:
4
(2 comments)
Whether you're into cider, real ale, gourmet pies, Banksy or even Noel Edmonds, my pick of Bristol’s most interesting and hip hostelries should keep you entertained and well oiled... read more »
#14/25
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4
(4 comments)
From Britain's greatest novelist and a Victorian engineering genius to smashing seafood and an Italian ice cream heaven, the south coast resort of Broadstairs has got the lot ... read more »
#15/25
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3.666665
(7 comments)
A little known fact about London is that, sometimes, you can find a little village nestled in a very big city. Bermondsey Street is London's next village high street. ... read more »
#16/25
Rating:
3.5
(3 comments)
Destination: Winchester
Winchester is famous for being the former capital of the UK and the setting for Keats' 'To Autumn'. Now the city provides the perfect setting for break away from it all... read more »
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3
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Destination: Belfast
Trip type: Short Break
Bogus Irish pubs, with their plastic shamrocks and green bow ties, have threatened world domination in the past 15 years - but not in Belfast, where you can enjoy the real thing... read more »
#18/25
Rating:
3
(4 comments)
Ireland’s second largest city, Belfast has a big heart, embracing one and all. You'll find it very hard to let go...... read more »
#19/25
Rating:
3
(1 comment)
Destination: Conwy
North Wales may not feature very prominently when it comes to the world’s most famous gourmet destinations, but the little town of Conwy is a real treat for food-lovers everywhere... read more »
#20/25
Rating:
3
(2 comments)
Destination: Brighton
Chirpy seafront bars, homely real ale pubs, swish cocktail joints staffed by supercool mixologists – whatever floats your boat, you’ll probably find it in this most convivial of cities.... read more »
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