Set on the River Dee and Don, the city of Aberdeen is situated in the North East of Scotland. Aberdeen offers spectacular coastal scenery and is home to an abundance of castles, golf courses, parklands and striking granite architecture, proving a great choice for a city break with this cosmopolitan centre appealing to all.
The city of York is simply stunning and provides a wealth of attractions to those opting for a city break within this historic and picturesque location. Situated in the North East of England, the walled city is home to countless architectural and historic delights from the imposing York Minster to the charming cobbled streets of The Shambles with shops, museums, parklands and the riverbank welcoming millions of visitors each year.
The picturesque city of Worcester is set in the West Midlands of England on the River Severn, within close proximity of both the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds. The history of this charming city can be explored on foot with a chance to learn more about its rich heritage including the Cathedral and the location of the final battle of the Civil War. The city is also the home of Lea & Perrins and its’ world renowned Worcestershire Sauce.
The city of Wolverhampton is located in the West Midlands and is home to a number of attractions including the beautiful Wightwick Manor and Gardens and the stunning West Park. With an exciting array of sporting venues including the Wolverhampton Racecourse and Molineux Stadium the home ground of Wolverhampton Wonderers F.C., there is plenty to choose from for those on a city break to the historic city.