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Need a getaway? Look no further (Picture: Metro.co.uk)
There’s nothing better than a little trip away to help you reset after a stressful year.
And while you can’t hop on a plane for a weekend away in Europe, there is still plenty to enjoy here in the UK.
So whether your idea of relaxing is going wild on a mountain bike track, basking in the beauty of Mother Nature, or lounging around in a posh city hotel, here are some handy offers that will make your day tripping dreams a reality.
Earth Day at Tiquets.com
Giant’s Causeway is just one of the planet’s natural wonders that this Earth Day offer can help you to visit (Picture: Shutterstock / Lyd Photography)
Earth Day, now in its 51st year, takes place this Thursday, and if you love seeing our planet’s natural beauty, start on your own doorstep.
Britain’s got plenty to offer and ticket provider Tiqets.com is offering 15% off all outdoor attractions, starting from April 22.
Click here to plan your visit Loch Ness or Giant’s Causeway. Use the code OUTDOORS2021 when booking (by May 31).
Hotel Week London
See a different side of London from one of the capital’s finest hotels (Picture: The Standard Hotel)
Big Ben, the London Eye, museums galore, some of the best bars and restaurants in the world… the UK’s capital does have a lot going for it.
And whether you’ve never braved so much as a day-trip, visited regularly to browse Westfield pre-lockdown, or even if you live here and want a change of scene, the launch of an inaugural tourism initiative, Hotel Week London, should pique your interest.
Running from May 28 to June 6, a collection of some of the city’s best hotels – from five-star faves such as The Corinthia and The Dorchester, to hipster joints like The Standard or Mama Shelter – will be offering great packages.
Bookings open now. Visit the website here for more information.
Two-wheeled fun for the whole family (Picture: Laurence Crossman-Emms)
Whether you’re a novice mountain biker or prefer an adrenaline rush, you’ll want to head to the UK’s biggest bike park, BikePark Wales, in the Brecon Beacons.
They are adding four new mountain bike trails, which will cater to every level.
You’ll find Kermit, the UK’s longest descending beginners’ trail at three miles long, a blue trail called Merthyr Rocks, and a super-steep black trail called The Martian.
Visit their website here for more information.
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