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​Ideas for Fun Days Out in the UK

Nico McKenzie by Nico McKenzie

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​Ideas for Fun Days Out in the UK

If you’re feeling a bit ‘meh’ about having to spend 2021 in England, then turn that frown upside down and enjoy the inspiration that’s about to follow.

Here are a few of the best UK days out for you to enjoy.

Treat this list like a UK fun day tick list and then share to your friends on the ROAM app!

  1. Cycling in the New Forest
  2. Walking in Cheddar Gorge
  3. Road trip in the villages of the Cotswolds
  4. Visit the Lake District
  5. Relax at Bath’s spas
  6. Sunbathe or kitesurf on West Wittering Beach

With the current travel restrictions this is an amazing opportunity to see more of the UK, and to spend the money you would’ve spent on going abroad, in your own country instead.

Remember that we are here with the #RoamLocalApp to help you get the very best for every destination - helping you find bars, restaurants, cafes, car parking and so much more... 

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