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Newmarket is a beautiful market town in West Suffolk, approximately 65 miles north of London. The town is known for its royal ties and is regularly visited by the current monarch, Queen Elizabeth. Newmarket is considered to be the birthplace of thoroughbred horse-breeding and holds over 3,500 horseraces each year. The historic town has a unique heritage as the world headquarters of horseracing.
The town centre has many high street stores. As well as shops and coffee houses in the open air East Walk and Town Square, there is the covered Eastgate Shopping Centre which is also situated in the Town Centre, home to over 100 retailers.
The largest most populous city outside of London with its metropolitan economy and six universities make Birmingham the fourth most visited city in the UK by foreign visitors.
Leeds, Albion Place
The third largest city in the United Kingdom that is considered the cultural, financial and commercial heart of the West Yorkshire Urban Area and the principle regional shopping Centre for the whole of the Yorkshire and Humber region
One of the oldest cities in England that lies on the River Soar and at the edge of The National Forest. Famous for its cheese and being the home town of some of our national treasures Sir David and Lord Attenborough.
A historic market town with one of the largest open air markets in the UK and around a £60 million investment in the area in the last 3 years alone including two new retail parks and redeveloped football stadium and new leisure facilities.
An exciting cosmopolitan place and home to many a festival such as the infamous Peterborough Heritage Festival and the Peterborough River Festival. Peterborough Cathedral one of the most intact large Norman churches in England and attracts thousands of visitors every year.
This thriving town of Dorset has got famous connections with Thomas Hardy, the Tolpuddle Martyrs and Roman Britain. It’s a fun market town filled with independent retailers, as well as lots of history.
Harrow is the largest west London district and is very ethnically diverse. It has all the facilities one would expect; two large shopping centres, the very well-known Harrow school and a University campus.
Gloucester is located in Southwest England close to the Cotswolds and the Welsh border. The city is known for its historic architecture, particularly the Cathedral which has featured in some of the Harry Potter films. Gloucester was one of the host cities for the 2015 Rugby World Cup and the city will be sure to offer a little something for everyone to do.
Telford is a relatively new and modern town, different to the surrounding locations. There is a popular shopping centre and all the normal entertainment facilities such as bowling, swimming pools and fitness centres.
The large North Yorkshire town is home to Middlesbrough Football Club, who play in the Football League Championship. The built up town has the expected attractions, including galleries and high street stores.
The city of Wakefield is located in West Yorkshire where visitors can explore its depths of heritage, whether this is through a visit to the city's most prominent landmark, Wakefield Cathedral, or a wander through it's acres of countryside for a peaceful escape.
The town of Aylesbury, located in the county of Buckinghamshire has a variety of history and culture to offer for both local residents and visitors. You can start the day with a visit to the picturesque old town which is home to cobbled streets and Georgian buildings, followed by a bite to eat at one of the many cafes on offer, finishing the visit off with a stroll along the canal.
The historic City of Chichester offers a selection of fascinating places to visit all year round. With its magnificent 12th Century Cathedral and fine Georgian shopping centre it can truly claim to be at the centre of a unique cultural and artistic experience. Its contrasting architecture, museums, art galleries, historic houses and the renowned Chichester Festival Theatre are presented to visitors like nowhere else. Chichester lies between two areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty - the South Downs and Chichester Harbour - as well as other nature reserves, stunning beaches and dramatic coastline to the south. Chichester is a unique opportunity for a wealthy catchment area, great for business and personal life.
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The largest city in Poland and often voted one of the most liveable cities in central Europe, a major international tourist destination home to the infamous ‘old town’ which is known as one of the newest old towns in Europe.
Denmark is a cultural melting pot where fairy tales blend with modernised world class architecture. Copenhagen is the largest and greenest city in Scandinavia but best of all, in 2013 Copenhagen was voted the happiest city in the world!
At the heart of the land of a thousand lakes, Helsinki, the old trading town established in 1550, has developed in to the cultural, political and commercial centre of Finland. Finland itself has over 2.2 million saunas across the country and in June and July the Finns enjoy sunshine all day and all night.
Iceland’s coastal capital with a volcanic landscape boasts the perfect spot in winter to experience the variety of colours and movements of The Northern Lights and to take a dip in the famous Blue Lagoon.
Pretoria, South Africa
Home to Table Top Mountain, breath-taking wildlife experiences and not forgetting the longest stretching wine route in the world; South Africa is the only country which has produced two Nobel Prize winners from the same street, Nelson Mandela and Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu.
Coventry, a historical city located in the West Midlands is home to range of attractions, most famously St.Michael's Cathedral. A popular destination for tourists, Coventry clearly has a lot to offer whether you are searching for history, culture, or something in between. The city also holds a place in the top 20 most visited cities in Britain.
Petersfield is a great location. This typical market town is commutable to London’s Waterloo and a drive away from the South Coast, surrounded by picturesque countryside. It also has a variety of great pubs, cafés and restaurants.
Cobham is a village in Surrey, situated 17 miles South West of London. The beautifully restored Cobham Mill is the village's most famous landmark which dates back to the late 18th Century and is closely followed by Painshill Park which offers visitors views across Surrey. Chelsea Football Club's training ground is also nearby, so there will be something for everyone to enjoy from spotting famous faces to enjoying the scenic views.
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Founded some 900 years ago, Omans port capital, set on the rough desert landscapes overlooking sparkling emerald seas and a very sought after holiday spot and for those in search of pristine diving waters.
Doha is home to the headquarters of major oil and gas companies in Qatar and is a fast developing city. Many forts and towers of the ancient times are evidence to the architectural and urbanistic wealth of the ancient civilizations that once lived in Qatar. Today, Doha is gearing up to the 2022 world cup.
The largest city in both Africa and the Middle East, home to in excess of 17 million people. Situated along the River Nile and most famous for the historical pyramids.
Perched between England and Scotland, Carlisle is a town rich with history; the main attractions being the majestic Cathedral and impressive castle. The vibrant town is one that rivals surrounding Northern cities with its busy cafes and high street stores.