As the value of the pound drops ever further, there still remains one holiday option that won't leave you short. It's time get to know your homeland better.
Since the Broads' most picturesque views and best fishing spots can't be reached by road, hire a houseboat and enjoy a tranquil sail along some of the most beautiful, serene waters in the UK. The Norfolk Broads have over 125 miles of open water waiting to be navigated. These magical waterways are the perfect place to reflect, stargaze and spot some rare wildlife.
Edinburgh is endless green hills, surprising flashes of blue sea and views of rusty-red crags. The mystery of the Medieval Old Town and the elegance of the Georgian new town represent the city's two equally stunning faces. And at end of a long sightseeing day, enjoy world-class dining, impromptu music sessions and one of the best clubbing scenes in Scotland.
The Lake District is a perfect place to escape the city craziness, put on you hiking shoes and walk the stress away. England's largest national park is packed with breath-taking (literally and figuratively) outdoor opportunities, including crystal-clear lakes, craggy fells, picturesque valleys and even sandy coastline. Make sure to tick off from your list the UK's highest mountain - Scafell Pike - and UK's deepest lake -Wastwater.
Bath is the city known for its honey-coloured architecture, remarkable sights and historic atmosphere. It is also the only place in the UK where you can enjoy naturally hot springs and preserved Roman Baths. Great for a break at any time of the year, the city will have you indulging in SPA, romance, history, shopping and food from dawn till dusk.
The Isle of Skye
It may not be the Thai island you were hoping to visit this summer, but it might even be better. The Isle of Skye is a Scottish pearl crammed with magical natural wonders, iconic historic sights and dramatic coastline.