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Brighton

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Other beaches have sand, but Brighton is pebbled and proud. It's a cosmopolitan place, only an hour south of London, with a large gay population and inhabitants who are always ready to dress up for one of Brighton's many celebrations. The Brighton Festival runs in May, with street theatre, art exhibitions and music
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Cambridge

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Ultra-modern but picturesque and historical – that is Cambridge. The city is at the cutting-edge of science and technology, thanks to the Cambridge Phenomenon which has brought it to the point where it rivals California’s Silicon Valley, but it also boasts a rich history – it recently celebrated its octocentenary – and has managed to retain its picturesque charm.


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The United Kingdom is made up of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland with a population of about 60 million
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London

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England's capital city, London, brims with culture and is filled with artistic and architectural triumphs. It is a bustling, growing and varied metropolis with magical museums, great galleries, gourmet restaurants, clubs, nightlife and a diverse range of outstanding theater and music--all waiting for you, all year round.
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Edinburgh

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The location of Edinburgh - capital of Scotland and a World Heritage Site - is spectacular, with the castle high on its rock, views over the River Forth, elegant architecture and its own extinct volcano, Arthur´s Seat - described by thriller writer Ian Rankin as "a natural wonder, a wilderness in the middle of a city." A favourite Edinburgh pastime, beloved of students and others, is to climb to its summit to see the sun rise over the sea.
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Cardiff

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Known as "Europe´s youngest capital", Cardiff, in south Wales, has re-invented itself as one of Britain´s most buzzing, young-at-heart and stylish cities. It´s a rapidly-evolving, vibrant and fascinating place for a short break, so come and see what it´s like keeping up with the Joneses - Tom was brought up near here, and Shirley Bassey´s a local girl.
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Birmingham

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Ever since the confident Victorian age, Birmingham has been known as England´s second city - at the heart of the country and of England´s transport network. It´s in the middle of the motorway system, its railway station has more direct connections than any other UK city, and its airport has links with 50 cities in Europe. Now, it´s the centre of a transformation, too.

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Liverpool

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European Capital of Culture in 2008, Liverpool is a city bursting with energy and confidence. And the Beatles? Mathew Street is the hub of the Beatle experience. The pubs that they drank in are still there, along with a recreated Cavern Club (they used the original bricks) but in recent years the area has become Liverpool's centre for high fashion, with two shops, Drome and Cricket on the site of the Cavern itself.
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Glasgow

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Glasgow is one of Europe´s most important cultural centres, a heady mix of grand Victorian and sensuous art nouveau, and wonderful museums, galleries and concert halls.
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Manchester

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Cosmopolitan, colourful Manchester is the shopping and entertainment centre of North-West England. Boasting the busiest international airport outside the London area, and excellent motorway and rail links, it´s easily reached from elsewhere in Europe and a seriously super spot for a short break.











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