- You are in:
- Homepage >
romantic break in the UK
- UK flag
Are you looking for a romantic break in the UK? There are so many things to do in the UK with your loved one for Valentines Day, for a special occasion or just for the sake of it. Plan and organise your trip so that every moment is perfect. Take a weekend break so you can travel around to Scotland, England and Wales to make it a fulfilled weekend for you and your partner
People say Scotland is known as one of the most romantic destinations in the world with its natural beauty and majestic scenery, hear about the history of Scotland and listen to the myths and legends.
Edinburgh, which is the capital city of Scotland has so much to offer for a loved-up couples. Visit Edinburgh Castle which was once situated a long time ago on the top of a volcano. The castle was used as royal residence in the 11th century, used for keeping royal treasure and records and kings frequently lived in it. There is so much history in this castle that will blow you away. Before you leave, the Cairngorms national park has to be seen. it is a living, working landscape with wild land at its heart. It is twice the size of Loch Lomond and the lake District and contains some of the best wildlife habitats in the UK and a home to a quarter of the nation's threatened species. There is something for everybody in this park, from castles, fun parks, gentle strolls, quad bikes and extreme sports if you want to havesome fun.
Heading to England, why not visit the West End and watch a musical, go for a romantic picnic in Knowle Deer Park and then maybe stay on the Isle of Wight and go on a romantic sea voyage. The Isle of Wight is the largest island of England located in the English Channel. The island has natural beauty and its resorts have been holiday destinations since Victorian times and has much history in it, visit www.iwight.com
To complete your trip of a romantic break in the UK, head south to Wales where there lots fun things to do and see. There's the great outdoors to explore which you can make as fun or as quiet as you want. Want to relax and take it easy and discover the ancient ruins or stroll along the beach or hit the adventure parks or rush down the cliffs of Pembrokeshire on a mountain bike. Take a look at the art galleries, gardens and museums. Wales is a land full of culture and history. Finish your trip on a canal boat holiday, enjoy the surroundings and discover the best of the Welsh scenery see www.maestermyn.co.uk