Visit the heart of The Capital from our Crystal Palace site. Jump on the regular No.3 bus that goes to Oxford Circus via Westminster and Piccadilly. For keen shoppers, this is a great place to start.
Get around using the underground or hop on one of the iconic red buses. There is a wealth of things to see and do, including major galleries and museums such as the Tate Modern, The Natural History Museum and the Science Museum.
For an evening treat, head out to a West End Theatre or sample some fine dining at one of the many restaurants and gastro pubs.
The historic, riverside city of Bristol is a cultural fusion of art, music, comedy, history and heritage. There is a wide range of things to see and do, for all ages, making this city well worth a visit.
From our closest site Baltic Wharf, set out on foot or by bike to explore the docks and interesting old-town streets. The waterside boasts restaurants, bars and attractions, including the M Shed and the Arnolfini Gallery.
As you move through the city, you’ll notice vibrant and intricate street art, some of which put the world renowned artist ‘Banksy’ on the map. Tap into the city’s history and visit Castle Park’s Norman ruins, Bristol Cathedral or head out in the evening to West End theatres and performing arts venues such as the Hippodrome and The Redgrave.
Edinburgh is a city like no other, with plenty of sight-seeing opportunities for everyone. You could visit Her Majesty The Queen’s official residence, The Palace of Holyroodhouse. This 12th-century estate is set in 10 acres of beautiful gardens, making it perfect for an afternoon walk.
If you’re feeling spritely, get your hiking boots on and climb Arthur’s Seat which is based in Holyrood Park. The hill rises above the city to a grand height; providing panoramic views of the landscape.
Uncover the history of Edinburgh from the late 18th century to the present day in ‘The People’s Story’, a museum with a difference. Museum curators have taken oral accounts directly from local people. A must-see attraction for history enthusiasts.
Stay at one of our most picturesque sites, Tredegar House - set in a country park that boasts a manor house, orangery, woodland and walled gardens. From here you are on Newport’s doorstep and half hour from Cardiff Bay.
Discover the Wales Millennium Centre or the historic Grade One listed Pierhead building next door.
Doctor Who fans will enjoy the Doctor Who Experience - go on an interactive journey through space and time with the famous Time Lord. Dominating the city centre is Cardiff Castle. A visit here is a full experience, rich with fascinating stories from its 2000 years of history. There are also many fabulous seasonal events to be enjoyed.
Cambridge is truly delightful in winter - this gorgeous city really comes into its own, with plenty of festive events to satisfy everyone. There are artisan craft fairs, providing unique gift ideas for the hard-to-please.
Visit one of the many theatres and enjoy a night of pantomime. You can even take in the delights of the city with a punt on the Cam - punting is an all year round activity not just reserved for the summer months!
If this all sounds a little too exhausting, then don't forget that Cambridge is a peaceful place with plenty of quiet walks, gardens and parks to enjoy.
Why not try the beautiful half-hour winter walk to Grantchester, taking in the nature found around the city.