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We all love the lure of a weekend in Europe. And, with train prices in the UK as steep as they are, a budget airline flight can make a quick European getaway far more affordable than a British one.That in mind, it’s easy to see why millennials are favouring going abroad over holidaying here.However, the appeal of a weekend away on British soil shouldn’t be overlooked.England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales are fit to burst with idyllic villages, quaint towns and culture-packed cities. But often deciding where to go – and what to do – when you only have 48 hours spare can be a challenge.So, to make your life easier, the Yahoo UK team have rounded up their favourite places to head to – without leaving our fair shores.Let us know your favourite place to visit in the comments below.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:15 of the best campsites in EuropeThe real-life locations that inspired Disney filmsThe ridiculously expensive hotels in the UK
We sometimes become so caught up in which beach in South East Asia or the US we should visit next that we forget what’s on our very own doorstep.Despite having one of the longest coastlines in Europe, we neglect the fact that some of the most breathtaking views, finest sands and unforgettable sunsets are just miles away.And according to a survey by retirement home company McCarthy & Stone, some beaches are more popular than others.After quizzing 2,700 of its customers, it found that almost a fifth (18.5%) favoured the seaside resort of Salcombe in Devon for its sights and activities.Here are the top ten.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Leaving kids home alone during the summer holidays: OK or not?Repelling mosquitoes: Everything you need to knowFestivals, fashion and food: 10 things to do this August
It’s always a great day when Britain can boast of its achievements and now we can add lazy children to music, fashion and culture. The sample of nearly 1,000 children from England showed that less than half (47%) helped out with household chores when asked by their parents. This compares with 70% of Romanian children, 69% of Algerians and 68% of Polish youngsters who claimed to do them when asked.
It’s hard to believe these places exist but they really do - check Google Maps if you don’t believe us. If you have a home on one of these wonderfully named streets, you could be looking at losing a few thousand off the asking price, in comparison to neighbouring properties but what’s a few thou’ when you can invite friends to ‘pop down the butt hole’?! 1. Crotch Crescent, Oxford.