If you’re staying in the UK this year, be sure to check out our guides below. From North to South, discover the best of Britain and Northern Ireland with a little help from easyHotel.
As the summer sun continues to shine, the August bank holiday weekend offers a golden opportunity to embark on an adventure without straying far from home. Whether you're after a weekend of outdoors exploring, wandering world-class cultural institutions, or simply seeking a relaxing escape, we’ve picked 5 of the best cities in the UK to staycation this bank holiday. From the bustling streets of London, Birmingham and Manchester to the rugged landscapes of Edinburgh and Glasgow, we uncover the hidden gems and well-known favourites that make these cities the perfect destinations for a August bank holiday getaway. Ready? Set. Escape.
Liverpool, the home of The Beatles, is a must-see for any fan of the world-famous band. It's thought that over 200 million people across the globe are Beatles fans, one of the Northern cities most famous accomplishments.
London is a cultural hot spot that’s home to many great museums and galleries – and you don’t need to fork out to experience them. Here’s your guide to the best budget-friendly museums in the capital.
Manchester’s Chinatown is the second largest in the UK, making it a must-visit destination for tourists. Whether you want to sample authentic Asian cuisine, shop for souvenirs or soak up some culture, this vibrant enclave of the city has got you covered.
Discover the best vintage shops to visit in Leeds, from the iconic, retro items to unique one-off pieces.
Home to two of the biggest football teams in the country, discover our guide to the best football attractions in the great city of Manchester.
At easyHotel Liverpool City Centre, we know a thing or two about where to go in the city, and we’ve put together this handy guide to the best bottomless brunches in Liverpool.
From tours to authentic pubs, follow this guide to discover the best of Birmingham's Peaky Blinders experiences.
Discover Cardiff's alternative side with these non-touristy things to do in and around the city.
With Christmas just around the corner, plenty of us will be wondering what’s in store this year when it comes to festivities.