Shop till you drop in either a selection of towns or cities or outlet malls
Visit the home and gardens of the former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath in central Salisbury.
Enjoy a day in Aylesbury
Barnstaple is the oldest borough in the country and is the commercial and agricultural centre of North Devon. A must visit for anyone seeking serious retail therapy.
Birmingham Bullring, Grand Central and LinkStreet have teamed up to become THE shopping destination in Birmingham. All right here in the centre of things.
Within the compact city centre you'll find unique attractions, top class entertainment - and quality shopping with a difference.
Chatsworth is home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire and there are 25 rooms to explore and 105 acres of gardens to enjoy including the famous water features and cascade.Duration: 2 Days
With a fabulous new Designer Outlet, waterways museum, antiques centre, historic docks and new bars and restaurants opening throughout the year, Gloucester Quays is a great day out for the whole family.
A weekend to enjoy spectacular Welsh scenery with great hospitality staying overnight in Camarthen. With a visit to the National botanic Garden of Wales.Duration: 2 Days
An overnight stay to explore all the attractions that the Victorian spa town of Harrogate with afternoon tea at Bettys and the grandeur of Georgian historic York with a visit to The Chocolate Story.Duration: 2 Days
Free time to explore the largest collection of museums and galleries in the UK outside of London, plus shopping, the Albert Docks and surrounding area.
Situated at the heart of the Jurassic Coast, a major centre for fossil collecting, recognised and acclaimed worldwide.
Mompesson has one of the finest displays of English 18th century drinking glasses and a collection of watercolours by former resident Barbara Townsend. The garden is an oasis of calm.
Spend a day shoppping or sightseeing in this University town of Oxford, The City of Dreaming Spires.
The City of Dreaming Spires is famous the world over for its University and place in history. Take a guided 2 hour walking tour to see the main highlights.
A vibrant waterfront city with exciting new cruise which brings the Mayflower story to life which set sail for America in 1620. Full commentary as we cross Plymouth Sound. and along the River Tamar, taking in spectacular views of Plymouth Hoe and Drakes Island, heading for the Royal Naval Dockyard,.
Whether it’s eating freshly caught seafood in a waterfront restaurant or enjoying the sunshine on the Hoe, each area of Plymouth has lots to offer visitors. Visit The Box a brand new gallery and museum.
Europe's largest natural harbour is a haven for sailors, wildlife and watersports and is a gateway to the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. Poole is also home of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution and famous Poole Pottery.
From the pomp and ceremony of our proud naval and maritime heritage, to towering world-class visitor attractions, plus Gunwharf Quays, great places to eat and miles of beautiful seafront.
With its many tourists that throng the streets in summer, the city retains a relaxed atmosphere. And the cathedral spire still rises over the water meadows that have changed surprisingly little since Constable painted the scene centuries ago.