Fall for our Autumn City Breaks!

It's time to rediscover...

With many indoor venues and attractions having been closed for a long time (for reasons we won’t mention..), we’ve all missed city breaks! With Autumn on the horizon and indoor venues opening back up again, we thought it would be the perfect time to share some of our favourites, perfect to visit whatever weather this season might bring!

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Have a look at our top city break picks for the season!


We’ve all watched Titanic, the film, millions of times, but not many are aware that behind the film lies a great deal of history and an incredible true story about one of the most famous ships in the world. Titanic Belfast is situated in the Titanic Quarter, at the actual birthplace of RMS Titanic and it is less than a 30-minute walk away from the city centre. Through interactive special effects and innovative features, Titanic Belfast tells the story of Titanic from the very beginning; the construction, launch, maiden voyage, as well as its role throughout history. The attraction also showcases the city and people who made RMS Titanic. Titanic Belfast is the largest Titanic visitor experience and it spans over 9 galleries which all contain a various sounds, sights, smells and stories of RMS Titanic in order to make it more interesting to follow.

  • Fly to Belfast City from Aberdeen, Dundee, Inverness and Teesside International.
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Many know that Metrocentre, which is situated right outside of Newcastle, is one of Europe’s largest indoor shopping centres, but did you know that Newcastle also offers an excellent foodie scene? For all the foodies, Grainger Market is a must-visit in Newcastle! Located right in the heart of the city, Grainger Market is known as Newcastle’s first supermarket and now has a wide variety of different cuisines for everyone to try out and enjoy! From stonebaked pizza stalls to independent cafes, Grainger Market has a lot to offer under one roof. Dating back to 1835, it features over 100 vendors selling produce, meat and vintage goods from local businesses. If you’re looking for something more authentic than what you would typically find at Metrocentre, Grainger Market has various vintage boutique stalls, craft stalls and fun gift shops! The great thing about the venue is that it is all based indoors.. perfect for the rainy seasons ahead!

  • Fly to Newcastle from Exeter and Southampton.
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Food and patter make up most of Glasgow’s culture, but one can’t miss taking a trip to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum when visiting the city! Kelvingrove is one of the UK’s most visited museums and everything from natural history to civic art can be discovered. With its red sandstone and Spanish baroque style, this gem located right by Kelvingrove park is quite hard to miss! Sophie Cave’s spooky floating heads which can be spotted hanging from the ceiling as you enter the Museum, are something which you would not forget! From time to time, the art gallery also showcases specialist collections from various artists for a limited time only, so there is always something new to do! Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is easy to get to as it based right in the heart of the West End, just a short subway trip away from the city centre.

  • Fly to Glasgow from Barra, Benbecula, Campbeltown, City of Derry, Exeter, Islay, Kirkwall, Southampton, Stornoway, Sumburgh and Tiree.
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Aberdeen is typically known and referred to as the Granite city but not many speak about Aberdeen Harbour, which is a historic and world-class port. The Maritime Museum gives great insight into Aberdeen’s long relationship with the sea. The award-winning museum is located close to the busy harbour and from the top floor, you can get beautiful views of Aberdeen Harbour. Through paintings, models and photographs, the museum shows the harbour’s fascinating story, which, from shipping to fishing to offshore oil industries, spans over 900 years. Better yet! Aberdeen Maritime Museum is free to visit, so if you’re strapped for cash, you can still enjoy and learn more about Aberdeen’s nautical history!

  • Fly to Aberdeen from Belfast city, Oslo, Birmingham, Bristol, Dublin, Esbjerg, Exeter, Kirkwall, Southampton, Sumburgh and Teesside International.
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