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Do something very different and visit the Isles of Scilly; England’s answer to a tropical paradise. With towering palm trees and warm, clear waters, this mesmerising archipelago of over 100 islets and islands, you will be provided with a wealth of wildlife watching experiences, located just 30 miles from Cornwall.

For those who want to feel refreshed and invigorated, take a trip back in time and bathe in the Celts and Romans thermal baths in…..Bath! Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this beautiful city boasts mineral rich thermal springs, rooftop pools and state of the art spa facilities.

If all this has built up a thirst, you may want to visit England’s most eccentric pub known as ‘The Trip’ in Nottingham. As England’s oldest watering hole, established in 1189 AD it was often visited by Richard the Lionheart and his crusading knights. You can even take a tour of the cellars and drinking rooms; the ‘Cursed Galleon’ is not for the faint hearted!

Do something very different and visit the Isles of Scilly; England’s answer to a tropical paradise. With towering palm trees and warm, clear waters, this mesmerising archipelago of over 100 islets and islands, you will be provided with a wealth of wildlife watching experiences, located just 30 miles from Cornwall.

For those who want to feel refreshed and invigorated, take a trip back in time and bathe in the Celts and Romans thermal baths in…..Bath! Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this beautiful city boasts mineral rich thermal springs, rooftop pools and state of the art spa facilities.

If all this has built up a thirst, you may want to visit England’s most eccentric pub known as ‘The Trip’ in Nottingham. As England’s oldest watering hole, established in 1189 AD it was often visited by Richard the Lionheart and his crusading knights. You can even take a tour of the cellars and drinking rooms; the ‘Cursed Galleon’ is not for the faint hearted!

Hull, a city in the North of England has been named the 2017 UK City of Culture. Filled with world class events including exhibitions and festivals; the city will also be hosting the world-renowned Turner Prize. 2017 is a good time to visit with the year being split into four cultural ‘seasons’; each highlighting a different part of Hull’s diverse personality.

Come rain or shine, there are always things to do in England. Springtime does however bring beautiful blossoms under clear blue skies…perhaps with the odd shower!