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Feeling the pinch in your household budget? Lots of British families are cutting back this year, and often the summer holiday is the first thing that mums and dads cut out.
But you can go away without having to splurge your savings. Coach holidays in the UK are a really good way to treat the family without breaking the bank. Although coach tours used to feel a little old fashioned, today’s modern coaches offer a luxurious alternative to flying, and with petrol prices soaring, coach holidays are far cheaper than taking the car. Most people really enjoy holidaying with a diverse mix of people and making new friends.
So where can UK coach holidays take you? Even if you’ve lived in Britain all your life, there are probably some sights still left on your to-do list.
Coach tours around Scotland and Wales offer unparalleled scenery and stunning, dramatic backdrops for your summer holiday. Travel up the coast to the scenic town of Berwick upon Tweed, then on to Edinburgh to enjoy a visit to the Castle and the magical World of Illusions museum. In Wales, coach holidays take passengers to some of the prettiest seaside villages in the UK, winding around coastal roads with panoramic views of untouched golden beaches.
Coach holidays aren’t just about countryside, though, and if you’re a city lover, coaches are just the ticket. Coach trips operate to London with most major operators, departing from all over the UK. Once you arrive, you can take a walking tour or hop on a sightseeing bus to take in all the famous sights: Buckingham Palace, the London Eye and even a visit to Madame Tussauds on the edge of Regent’s Park.
Coach holidays can take passengers via ferry to the stunning Channel Islands, the Isle of Man or to Northern Ireland, opening up all the exciting adventures of overseas travel via convenient, low cost coach tours. In Jersey and Guernsey, you’ll enjoy serene coastal views and ample shopping opportunities within a few kilometres of France. Fans of war time history can hop off the coach for a walking tour around disused hospitals on the islands – just one of the many sources of culure and history on these beautiful shores.