Cities for Family Travelers in United Kingdom
- 21UK15 reviews
Scarborough provides the perfect seaside holiday venue for people of all ages, with it's safe beaches and numerous other attractions. Scarborough is divided into two bays - North Bay and South Bay - by the Castle Headland. The North Bay contains attractions like Peasholm Park, Miniature North Bay Railway, Scarborough Sea Life Centre and The Sand's development.
- 22UK1 review
- 23UK3 reviews
Oh, delightful Whitstable. This tiny oyster village has only recently become a tourist destination for London city-slickers who realized it's less than two hours away from the hustle and bustle, and it still maintains much of its small-town charm. Browse among the little shops on Harbour Street, wander the historic alleys near the shore, or walk along the water with ...
- 24UK4 reviews
This is an excellent place to go for camping and outdoors activities. Beautiful scenery! While I was there with my cousin and grandfather we did a lot of biking and kayaking. Had a great time. If you like hiking then the Old Man of Coniston is a must.
- 25UK1 review
Undiscovered, idyllic seaside town in East Sussex between Rye and Hastings. Wonderful day out. Technically the smallest town in England. The church, which was originally meant as a cathedral, but unfinished, is amazing and has lots of green men.
- 26UK1 review
- 27UK19 reviews
Absolutely stunning ancient Kentish town with great Norman castle, splendid cathedral, and lots of interesting shops and museums. It should be a stop if you're 'doing England' with family.
- 28UK76 reviews
The city of the north. Birthplace of the industrial revolution and home to amazing football, among other things. The city centre has undergone gentrification in recent years so ignore the horror stories.
- 29UK47 reviews
For those of us in Cambridge, it will always be 'the other place,' but what a nice place it is. Stunning ancient university town with probably superior architecture. You can spend an afternoon or a decade there and still be delighted.
- 30UK14 reviews
The cathedral is the main attraction, but you can also spend a few hours walking around the town. Also try Old Sarum in the outskirts and be sure to try the local pub for the grub.
- 31UK6 reviews
Cute little market town, with some nice pubs and shops. Worth stopping if you're in the area.
- 32UK13 reviews
It's a cute hilly town with a castle and lots of beautiful buildings. All the streets are cobblestones. I suspect there isn't much more to do/see after 2 or 3 days. It's easily accessible via train from/to Edinburgh. Or, if you're a bit more adventurous, you could bike there like I did!
- 33UK2 reviews
Came here for the when the new millennium arrived and this was a really nice place to celebrate. Such a great place and not far away from Nottingham either which is an added bonus.
- 34UK60 reviews
It's a funny city with dead zones that date almost from WWII and a lot of rubble in a belt between the docks and the midtown, but it's undergone a lot of gentrification. Be sure to explore the Albert Dock area, which includes a Tate museum.
- 35UK32 reviews
Vibrant city that confirms that politics has broken out in Northern Ireland. Unlike Derry/Londonderry which is nerve-racking, this is an exciting place...
- 36UK21 reviews
Very scenic town and probably the only one worth mentioning this far north in Scotland. Beautiful firth with the occasional whale or dolphin. Just go in summer!
- 37UK5 reviews
Not the cheapest, but surely the easiest way to get from Heathrow to London, especially during rush hour. If time isn't of the essence, take the tube for a third of the cost, but this is great if you're in a hurry.
- 38UK2 reviews
In London, you can stay in pretty much any spec hotel you want, from the rich and luxurious to the budget. I would recommend you stay somewhere just out of London, such as Croydon and then travel in - it takes 20 minutes, and you will get more bang for your buck... although check the price of train tickets first ...
- 39UK6 reviews
i go to city college in norwich so i have time to look round norwich and it is a lovely place to live and shop because there is lots to do in norwich like visit the castle
- 40UK6 reviews
Relasx and enjoy the fresh air and view the natural scene, good to our health.