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It’s a great time to travel to the UK with easyJet

The British pound has reached its lowest exchange rate since 2014, which makes the United Kingdom an even more appealing vacation destination than it already is.

This is your chance to enjoy a typical high tea in the country where it was invented, stroll through the vintage stores of Shoreditch, go hiking in the beautiful mountains or enjoy the rain on the countryside.

Traveling to the UK will give you a very diverse holiday, as there literally is something for everyone. Even if you have visited in the past, there is always more to discover.

UK destinations not to be missed

Traveling with easyJet gives you the opportunity to experience the UK with these great special offers.

London - Must visit

Camden market, Shoreditch, rooftops and Hyde Park in summertime, you can’t ever get enough of this city and there is always something new to see. An amazing bar to check off your list is Aqua Shard, located in the famous Shard: the skyscraper of the City of London.

Another must-visit establishment is Artesian, located on 1C Portland Place, Regent Street in London, was voted "Best Bar of the World 2016". Here you are guaranteed incredible cocktails and an excellent atmosphere.

easyJet flies directly from Amsterdam to London’s four airports. In June you can fly one-way to London Gatwick for as low as €23,45 per person. Book now!

Manchester - Must see

Attending a Manchester United or Manchester City football game is an experience you will never forget. The British people have a big affection for the sport, something that’s noticeable before, after and during the game.

Taking a walk with an amazing view is also highly recommended, like the Peel Tower, Holcombe Moor, Ramsbottom and the water trail that takes you to Hollingwort Lake and Bridgewater Canal. A combination of these activities will keep you busy during your visit. If you prefer more relaxation, the pubs are a very British cultural experience.

easyJet flies directly from Amsterdam to Manchester. In June you can fly one-way to Manchester for as low as €23,45 per person. Book now!

Liverpool - Must march

Discover the birthplace of the most famous band in the world, the Beatles! Famous for sports, music and galleries, Liverpool has it all to enjoy the best city trip possible. Shopping in Bold Street, lunch or dinner in Lark Lane and a music festival to end the day, it doesn’t get much better than this!

easyJet flies directly from Amsterdam to Liverpool. In June you can fly one-way to Liverpool for as low as €23,45 per person. Book now!

Bristol - Must ride

Take a bike ride to the Underfall Yard, rent a canoe or a hot air balloon and let the forces of nature take your breath away with stunning views from above.

The Bridge Café and the White Lion bar overlooking the Avon Gorge are definitely worth a visit as well. There is definitely no shortage of terraces and outdoor activities in this picturesque city with its boats, bridges, bikes and beautiful countryside.

easyJet flies directly from Amsterdam to Bristol. In June you can fly one-way to Bristol for as low as €43,45 per person. Book now!

Edinburgh - Must eat

Oink Scottish Hog Roast Restaurant on Canongate Street, yummy! Definitely check out the local pubs on Royal Mile, famous for their whiskey and beer collection.

Get in touch with your inner historian while you’re there; this city has a fascinating history and the many museums will surely satisfy your cultural hunger.

easyJet flies directly from Amsterdam to Edinburgh. In June you can fly one-way to Edinburgh for as low as €35,69 per person. Book now!

Plan your British adventure now!

With more cities and sights than you can fit into a single trip, the United Kingdom will without a doubt become your favourite new vacation destination, or you will. And it’s just around the corner!

Take advantage of these amazing special offers and book now with easyJet!
 

Note: All flight prices include taxes and are based on two people flying on the same booking. Prices correct as of April 18, 2016.


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