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Visit the Stables Market in Camden and pick up affordable vintage fashion, cheap street food and quirky souvenirs – all without breaking the bank.
Location: Camden, Greater London
Street art tours are a ‘must do’ cultural experience in the city, thanks to Bristol-born Banksy and many other famous artists
Explore this creative industrial hub in Birmingham and admire Georgian and Victorian architecture.
Location: Birmingham, West Midlands
Norwich’s compact creative quarter is packed with foodie delights, from fine dining restaurants to asparagus and Colman’s Mustard.
Location: Norwich, Norfolk
A haven for designer brands, the award-winning Victoria Quarter is renowned as one of England’s finest shopping destinations.
Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire
Liverpool is a thriving capital of culture with museums and galleries for every taste, many of which are free to explore. Dip in and emerge inspired.
Location: Liverpool, Merseyside
William Wilberforce, Civil War plotting and a fascinating maritime past make up a rich and vivid history in East Yorkshire.
Location: Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Navigate your way through Cambridge’s cobbled streets and its 1,000-year history, with one of the city’s expert guides.
Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Explore the Winter Gardens innate beauty and enjoy afternoon tea in the iconic Blackpool Tower Ballroom.
Location: Blackpool, Lancashire
Norwich is full of cultural activities, with many arts venues found in surprising places, some amongst its most beautiful gardens and public spaces.
Explore Leeds city centre stopping off along the way to sample the finest local and independent breweries offerings.
The Northern Quarter offers a truly alternative experience with its array of unique independent retailers, retro boutiques, cafés and bars.
Location: Manchester, Greater Manchester
Treat yourself to a waterfront break where you can delve into history while still enjoying a spot of designer retail therapy.
Location: Portsmouth, Hampshire
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