Posted on 16/07/2021

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Five Perfect Mini-Break Destinations In The UK That Aren't Your Usual Choice

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  • Southport

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    If you like Brighton, then there is a high chance you will love Southport. Southport's architecture and design resemble Paris in some areas, like Lord Street. This was due to the fact that it was designed by Napoléon III (nephew to Napoléon I). When he was young, Napoléon III stayed in Southport, his designs were based on the boulevards you can find in Paris. Finding a spot on the beach in this North-West seaside town won't be a problem as it is home to one of the country's biggest beaches along the Irish Sea. Just like Brighton, Southport has a beautiful It's even the second longest pier in the UK, Southend being the longest. One of the many reasons people go to Brighton is for the arcade on the pier. Well you are in luck as Southport has a retro arcade, you can play pinball and one-armed bandits that date back all the way to Edwardian times.

Everyone knows the popular destinations in the UK, but popular also means crowds. So what do you do if you want to go to popular destinations but hate crowds? You find alternatives. There are some great places in the UK that are just as good as all the most popular destinations.

Everyone knows the popular destinations in the UK, but popular also means crowds. So what do you do if you want to go to popular destinations but hate crowds? You find alternatives. There are some great places in the UK that are just as good as all the most popular destinations.

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