Weekend Getaways This Bank Holiday


England poses a unique location for local tourists to travel abroad due to its proximity to some of the world’s most beautiful, travel friendly countries. With 7th May being an Early May Bank Holiday, this weekend would be the ideal time to reconnect with the family by taking them to a fun overseas trip. You have several unmissable options less than a couple hours away from England.  Take a look at our top travel picks for this bank holiday weekend.


Just an hour’s flight away from London lies the city of lights. With cool and pleasant weather in the month of May, you are bound to have the best experience travelling through Eiffel Tower, Arc de Troimphe and the many landmarks this city offers. The beautiful cafés, French theatre and their food and wine is also a tempting reason to pick Paris for this three day trip.

Hotel you could consider staying in


This beautiful island provides a one stop location for all your travel needs. Whether you’re an adventurer, a soul searcher or a laid-back vacationer, you will definitely find something that interests you here. With vibrant countrysides and bustling cities, these three days will provide a life changing experience without you even realising it.



North of England lies the country that is the eye of the world when it comes to watching the stars. It provides the best getaway if you want to leave the cities behind and stay in a tent far away to rejuvenate. Reconnecting with nature and experiencing the northern lights could be just the therapy you need.

Hotel Continental, Oslo


If you’re looking for something a lot closer that you could easily even take a train to, Scotland is the answer. It has rich historic places for you to explore and open your mind to. It homes some of the most beautiful villages with exquisite architecture and warm people. Scotland is a great spot for the curious vacationer to visit and get lost in.

Kinloch House


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