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Holiday to the Costa Brava!
Holiday to the Costa Brava!
With the cold and windy January weather, it’s no doubt that we’re all craving some heat! This year, Travelstyle will going to the Costa Brava to explore tranquil Lloret De Mar and the vibrant city of Barcelona. If you’ve never explored the Costra Brava, let us give you a brief overview…

Go For the Beaches…

The Catalonian coast is famed for its golden beaches! Not too far from your hotel, you will be able to visit the Fenals Beach where there are plenty of sun beds, cafes, bars in the surrounding area. It’s also known to be a quieter beach in the area, so you can top up your sun tan or read your book in peace.

Go for the Catalan Heritage…

We’ll be offering an inclusive tour to explore the Catalan heritage. We’ll be making stops in Figueres, the birthplace of artist Salvador Dali, and we’ll also be visiting the Cadaques, where you can see its charming seafront and harbour.

Go for the Vibrant Cities…

Catalonia offers fantastic cities, rich in architecture and culture. We will be stopping off at the capital of Catalonia—Barcelona. Barcelona is famed for its art and style, as you’ll find Europe best preserved Gothic Quarter and will also see the modernisme architecture that has been designed famously by Gaudi. You’ll also get the opportunity to visit the Cathedral city of Girona, which has plenty of sights for you to see, such as the Girona Cathedral, the Jewish Quarter (which is an incredibly moving experience), Film museum, the Girona Art museum, and so much more. Plus, you’ll get a an afternoon in one of the most popular resorts in the area, Tossa de Mar.

Go for the Exciting Nightlife…

Lloret de Mar’s nightlife attracts a lot of visitors because of its variety of bars, discos and pubs. It’s known as the nightlife capital of Costa Brava because of its liveliness, bright lights and selection! Plus, there’s a great choice of restaurants if you’re looking to treat yourself!

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Top UK Holidays for Culture Vultures!
Top UK Holidays for Culture Vultures!
As much as we all like to go abroad for some culture and to top up our tans, we sometimes forget how the UK has some of the best travel destinations in Europe. Despite the unpredictable weather, the UK does boast some of the best museums and cultural hotspots in the world!


You can never get tired of London, no matter how many times you go, there will always be new things to do and see! The city is a fountain of opportunity, as  you can visit fantastic attractions like The Globe, the Tate, Natural History Museum, Madame Tussauds, Tower Bridge, Covent Garden, the West End…honestly, I could go on and on, so why not experience it for yourself?

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In the past few years, Northern Ireland has become increasingly popular, what with hosting the MTV European Music Awards and being the beautiful backdrop in the opening stage of the Giro d’Italia, it’s become a cultural hotspot! Belfast is a great place if you’re a history buff, as you can visit the Titanic museum, as it commemorates the cities role in the doomed ship, or you can discover Belfast’s historic walls that hold Europe’s largest selection of cannons!

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If you’re wanting to discover fantastic architecture and buildings, Oxford is the city to go! Famous for its Gothic-Victorian style, the city offers plenty of old buildings for you to explore, such as the Bodleian Library, which has “Europe’s most beautiful room” and the “Hogwarts Library,” or one of the many Oxford college. You can also do the ultimate-Oxfordshire activity and take a leisurely boat ride down the River Isis!

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York is a romantic city with rich history, an array of bars and eateries, cobbled streets with many street entertainers! One of the attractions you can enjoy is the York maze, great for the family, but also a place that fun to see for yourself, as the attraction is a giant maze made from maize plants (see what they did there?). You can also visit the York Dungeons for a thrilling day of history fun and if you like trains, you have to visit their award winning train museum!

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In 2008, Liverpool was crowned Capital of Culture, and with that title (and funding) Liverpool has grown into a vibrant destination for weekends away to longer stays, as it now boasts endless of museums, such as the Liverpool Tate, the Maritime Museum,  the Beatles Story, the LFC museum and plenty more! Plus, the city has much to offer in the night-time, with live music and bars.

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Newcastle is fast becoming one of the cultural hotspots of the UK, as it has a mix of fantastic architecture, rich heritage and history, pulsating night life, and a range of museums, plus is home to seven bridges! Visit the Discovery museum, which has something for everyone, plus it has free entry! Or if you want to go out and about, there’s the beautiful Belsay Hall and Gardens, which is a great place for a picnic!

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Known as the city by the sea, Brighton is one of the UK’s coolest destinations to visit. Not only do you have the joys of the seaside at your feet, like the Brighton Pier, but you also have attractions like Booth Museum of Natural History, Ghost Walk of the Lanes, Royal Pavilion, Sea life Brighton and more. It’s also a great place for shopping, drinks and street entertainment!

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Great British Seaside Holidays!
Great British Seaside Holidays!
As the song goes, “Oh we do like to be beside the seaside…” and nothing is quite like a Great British beach! From the salty smell of chips to spending your 2ps in the arcades, there is something special in a seaside break!


Take a trip to the south coast and visit Bournemouth, which is for its beautiful beaches. The town has a fantastic pier where you can enjoy afternoon tea. If you do suffer from a dose of bad weather while in Bournemouth, there are loads of “inside” things you can do, such as the Oceanarium that is home to sharks, sea turtles, clown fish and loads more!

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Newquay has plenty of activities and attractions, which makes it a great destination to take your family! With beaches that are a surfers paradise, and Newquay Zoo, which holds all of it’s animals in lush tropical gardens. Newquay also offers great inside entertainment for those rainy days, such Waterworld and the blue reef aquarium.

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Southport offers beautiful beaches, like the Ainsdale beach, a pier, and a Victorian shopping centre if you’re looking for something different for your seaside visits. It’s a place where you can get the best of both worlds, as you’re only thirty miles from Manchester and twenty miles from Liverpool, so you can spend time in a big city for shopping and museums.

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Visit Blackpool to see the reason why this seaside resort is one of Britain’s best holiday’s destinations!  Alongside your traditional beach activities, there is also the famous Pleasure Beach—one of the UK’s favourite amusement parks—where you can go on classic rides such as The Big One and the Grand National! Plus, there are lots of live entertainment to be watched–check out our tribute weekends.

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Back to the south coast, where you can visit Brighton which has been voted as one 10 city destination breaks in the world. You can visit Brighton’s Pier, which has two bars, a funfair and food stalls! You can also see Brighton’s popular landmark Royal Pavilion, where you can see it’s classical architecture, take a visit to their  tea rooms and see all the art and furniture that the Royal Pavilion houses. Plus, Brighton is known as city with an incredible nightlife, whether you’re looking for a drink or want to visit one of their many theatres!

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Torquay and Babbacombe

On the one side, you have Torquay—a popular British seaside destination, but not too further afield is Babbacombe, which gives you the seaside experience, but without the hustle and bustle. Wherever you stay, there’s loads to do in the surrounding area, whether you want to take a trip to Kent Cavern and explore the caves, or the Torquay museum that offers a special section dedicated to Agatha Christie, or the Babbacombe model village, which has won the Tripadvisor Excellence award.

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Take a trip to the popular seaside town of Scarborough, where you can enjoy the beaches, such as South Bay—the more commercial beach, which has a gorgeous long stretch of sand and plenty of amusement arcades. You’ll never get hungry here, as there are ice cream parlours galore, plus many fish and chip shops if you’re looking for a traditional seaside tea! There is also another beach—North Bay—which is known to be quieter if you’re looking for a serene walk.

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Travel to Ilfracombe if you’re looking for fresh air on the South West Coast! Ilfracombe is rated for its stunning scenery, sandy beaches and blue ocean and is also famous for its Verity statue, which was made by Turner Prize winning artist, Damian Hirst. You can also visit their tunnel beaches, which is rated for its rockpooling! There are many inside activities to do here, such as visiting the Ilfracombe aquarium or Watermouth family theme park – both great activities for the family!

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Llandudno is North Wales most popular seaside resort that is surrounded by countless of fun activities and attractions to get stuck into!  You can see the Great Orme, which is an outstanding limestone headland that offers terrific views—on clear days, you sometimes can see the Isle of Man! You can also visit Conwy Castle, which is Wale’s top tourist attraction, and if you’re looking for adventure, why not try tobogganing on the Llandudno Ski slopes?

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REVIEW: Wicked
REVIEW: Wicked

Adapted from the Gregory McGuire novel and written for the stage by Winnie Holzmann, “Wicked” has been noted as “one of the greatest musicals of our time”, as it’s a heartfelt underdog story with a unique narrative that will give you a show you’ll never forget.

“Wicked” brings the fun and fantasy, alongside belting, Grammy award winning musical numbers that you will be humming for the next week. The musical shines a light of another side of the story of the classic “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz”, as we follow Elphaba and her rise to become the Wicked Witch of the West, as she enrols into Shiz—a school for sorcery where she meets Glinda—a popular witch, who later becomes the Good Witch of the North. The story unravels the friendship between the two, which has a rocky start, but transitions into a special and profound bond as they both embark on their adventure through the land of Oz and fulfil their eventual destinies as Glinda the Good and the Wicked Witch of the West.

“Wicked” stars Jennifer DiNoia as Elphaba and Savannah Stevenson as Glinda, who both do an excellent job at bringing their effervescent characters to life, plus their performances provide the show with an abundance of vigour and excitement. They are well supported by  their fellow cast members, Jeremy Taylor (Fiyero), Liza Sadovy (Madame Morrible),Martyn Ellis (The Wizard), Philip Childs (Doctor Dillamond), Sam Lupton (Boq), Katie Rowley Jones (Nessarose).

You can tell no expense has been spared, as the set is a portrait of vibrant colours, exquisite lighting and spectacular props, which is the cherry on top that creates the magical Land of Oz.

“Wicked” switches “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” on its head and you will never look at the Judy Garland classic the same way again, as we learn about another back-story, which is a tale of friendship, betrayal and most importantly, magic.

Travelstyle offer theatre weekend breaks where you can see Wicked and spend time in London, all from £139.95. Click here for more info.  


Welcome to All Group Organisers!
Welcome to All Group Organisers!

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