We’ve had a tough few months but, summer isn’t cancelled. Holidays? According to the government’s lockdown exit strategy, it looks like they’re coming back. From April 12 it will be possible to stay in self-catered accommodation including Airbnbs and campsites, and from May 17 hotels, hostels and B&Bs would also be allowed to open again. It’s no surprise that, after months locked down, the urge to swap Blighty for somewhere new is strong. But, there’s zero need to brave the airport or risk falling foul of rapidly changing travel restrictions. As soon as domestic travel is allowed, head to these distinctive UK places to find international vibes without having to remember where you left your passport.
Please note: Facilities and businesses in the locations we mention may be closed at the moment. Please be mindful of the people who live locally. Check whether car parks are open before you set off and adhere to social distancing guidelines when visiting.
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