Love is in the air!

Discover romantic city breaks...

Dreaming of a romantic break away from the stresses of everyday life? Perhaps for Valentine’s Day? Or for an anniversary you’re celebrating? Whatever the occasion, we’ve found the perfect cities to be visiting with your special someone!


With a large range of romantic activities, hotels and excellent choice of restaurants, Norwich is rated the most romantic city in the UK! If you’re planning on visiting around Valentine’s Day, Norwich will also be hosting Love Light Norwich between the 17th and 19th of February; a free city-centre festival themed around love, where you can experience beautiful light installations and projections. And for something a bit more peaceful, a stroll around Norwich's Plantation Garden is as romantic as it gets! Or if you’d rather get a stunning view of Norwich’s skyline or watch the sunset with a flask of tea in hand, Mousehold Heath is the place to be!

  • Fly to Norwich from Aberdeen, Edinburgh & Exeter.
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With its cobblestone streets, exciting theatres and incredible landmarks, Edinburgh is one of the most charming cities in the UK. Once in Edinburgh, you’ll feel as if you’re in a fairytale... no wonder the city is well-known amongst honeymooners from all over the world! Whether you prefer hiking up to Arthur’s Seat for the marvellous views of the city, watching the sunset from Calton Hill or enjoying a relaxing afternoon tea at one of Edinburgh’s spectacular restaurants, the city has it all! And for something a bit different, you can visit one of the many Gin and Whisky distilleries found around Edinburgh. 

  • Fly to Edinburgh from Exeter, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Jersey, Kirkwall, Newquay, Norwich, Southampton, Stornoway and Sumburgh. + City of Derry from May 2022!
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From quaint boutique hotels to cosy attractions, Birmingham has plenty of romantic options to make your weekend as special as possible. Did you know that Birmingham has more canals than Venice? Spend time with your loved one on a romantic canal boat trip, whilst also enjoying the beautiful scenery of the city around you. If you prefer to stick to land, Birmingham has various marvellous escapes from city life. Our favourites are Winterbourne House & Garden and the Botanical Gardens, perfect for a quiet and peaceful stroll amongst nature. You can even head to Stratford upon Avon (which is just an hour away) for the day, the birthplace of William Shakespeare, writer of the romantic play, Romeo and Juliet. And to top the weekend off, a visit to the historic and vibrant Jewellery Quarter is a must!

  • Fly to Birmingham from Aberdeen, Isle of Man & Inverness.
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