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If you’re after an exciting weekend break, then look no further… England's cities are buzzing every day of the week and at every hour! From unique to chic, jawdropping architecture to boutique shopping, luxurious accommodation and delicious dining.

London is a great city steeped in history and tradition.  The Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace and on Horse Guards Parade are free displays of colourful Royal pageantry. In August and September Buckingham Palace itself is open to visitors. Take a look at the Houses of Parliament and the famous clocktower that houses Big Ben. Other must-see London sights include the London Bridge and nearby Tower of London with its colourful 'Beefeaters', British Museum, Princess of Diana's memorial and Madame Tussauds. Of course, you have to ride on the London Eye - the new landmark for London! London has some of the finest parks in the world. If you have time, pay a visit to Hamstead Health and Kew Garden - you will feel some peace in a busy city!

London is one of the most popular locations in England but there are reasons to visit many of the other fabulous locations around England.  Take a look at what these locations have to offer:

Bath - An exquisite Georgian spa city boasting the Royal Crescent, Roman Baths, and Thermae Bath Spa. Founded by the Romans and now a World Heritage Site.

Birmingham, a dynamic business city, offering a world class cultural scene, a diverse and lively mix of shopping, attractions, nightlife, major international events and exhibitions.

Britain’s favourite seaside resort, Blackpool is packed wall to wall with attractions and entertainment.

Brighton is England’s favourite seaside city, it is historic, elegant and offbeat. It’s the perfect place for a break, on the south coast just 49 minutes from London.

Bristol successfully combines its maritime past with a vibrant approach to modern life. Its harbourside location, with attractions, boats, restaurants and museums, makes it unforgettable.

Visit Cambridge and explore the historic college buildings, plus a wide range of attractions and museums. Take a short break and enjoy the surrounding areas.

Historic cathedral city of Chaucer’s Tales and a UNESCO world heritage site. ‘Pilgrims’ are still welcomed to this walled city for its shopping, restaurants and attractions.

Ancient, dynamic, traditional, exciting, Chester is one of Britain’s best breaks. The city offers classy architecture, world class heritage, café society, entertainment galore, and the warmest of welcomes.

Colchester is different: 2000 years of history snuggles up to 21st-century culture making the place burst with all sorts of everything you need for a day trip, short break or longer stay. 

Coventry has easy transport links, making it the ideal destination for visitors, with great shopping facilities, and a range of bars, restaurants and historical buildings.

Cumbria – The Lake District is an inspiring area of natural beauty.

Derby holds great appeal to visitors in search of unspoilt tradition and character. A multi-cultural city bursting with a wealth of entertainment venues, attractions, shopping experiences and open green spaces.

Durham was described by Bill Bryson as 'a perfect little city'. Its history shows in every cobble - it even used to be a principality! Its cathedral and castle are designated world heritage sites. And it's an international centre of learning, with one of Britain's leading universities.

Explore Exeter, a small intimate city brimming with colourful character and steeped in ancient history. Enjoy heritage, arts, culture, festivals and events. Ideal holiday destination.

Ipswich England’s oldest continuously settled Anglo-Saxon town - with medieval streets and architectural gems - from the decorative plasterwork of the ‘Ancient House’ (c.1670), to Sir Norman Foster’s award-winning Willis Corroon building.

The gateway to the northern Lakes, surrounded by magnificent mountains and adjacent to beautiful Derwentwater. A perfect base for walking and experiencing Lakes culture and heritage.

Leeds combines a fast-paced, buzzing city centre with the serenity of calming countryside within easy reach – it’s a great place for everyone to enjoy.

Cosmopolitan and cultured, historic but futuristic, buzzing yet relaxed. Unusual shops, fine restaurants, a vibrant nightlife and a strong cultural diversity have all contributed to Leicester's recent style revolution.

Lincoln possessing magnificent architectural heritage, centred on its cathedral and castle, Lincoln is a vivacious city – mixing heritage, shopping and lively entertainment.

Liverpool is fast becoming one of the UK’s most popular city break destinations after being named European Capital of Culture 2008.

Manchester is regarded as the coolest city in Britain, Manchester is a contemporary metropolis with modern landmark buildings, a brilliant source of culture and world-class hospitality. 

Newquay a beach paradise, stretching for seven miles, drawing all ages and interests like a magnet and making this one-time fishing village Cornwall’s premier resort.

New Forest created by William the Conqueror in 1079, the New Forest is a place of amazing contrasts – from wilderness heathland to dappled woodland; thatched hamlets to bustling market towns, and tiny streams to the sparkling expanse of the Solent.

Norwich in the heart of East Anglia, the historic city of Norwich has everything you could desire of a vibrant regional capital. 

Nottingham - Welcome to one of the liveliest, friendliest and entertaining cities in the world – Nottingham – a small historic city with a big, beating heart!

Oxford this ancient university city is both timeless and modern, its 'dreaming spires' and tranquil college quadrangles coexisting with lively arts venues, bustling shops and fashionable restaurants.

Salisbury combines the charm of a medieval city with the vibrancy of modern life, Salisbury is every bit the classic English city.

St Ives is a small fishing village with a working harbour and a haven for artists due to its special light.

Stoke-on-Trent is home to the world's greatest pottery manufacturers, the city boasts visitor centres, ceramic museums and factory shops, plus excellent leisure and entertainment.

Stratford-upon-Avon is William Shakespeare's home town with a glorious river setting, five houses associated with Shakespeare and two Royal Shakespeare Company theatres.

Windsor is a short break destination combining history, fine shopping and dining, sports, leisure activities and events. Home to 13 attractions including Windsor Castle, Eton College and Legoland.

Whitby, dominated by the cliff top ruins of the beautiful 13th-century Abbey, is famous for its maritime and literary heritage.

The History of York is the History of England. 2000 years of history, award-winning attractions, quaint teashops, bustling shopping streets and an excellent array of restaurants, bistros, bars and evening entertainment.

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Park Lane

Park Lane

Centrally located in the heart of Mayfair, you can connect with the welcoming city of London at Buckingham Palace and stroll over to the boutiques of Bond Street, Knightsbridge, and London's West End theatres.

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The Langham London

The Langham London

Following a major restoration, guests can now make their grand entrance into a new lobby, entering into over 140 years of history.

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