The UK is a fantastic place to explore as a family, with lots of things to see and a huge variety as well. Whether you want to get involved in the hustle and bustle of London’s tourist hub, or escape to the hills in the Yorkshire Dales, there is something for everyone’s taste.
There are many ways to get around the UK, and given the fact it isn’t too big you can cover it from head to toe if you don’t mind a bit of travel. If you want to do that, then why not make the journey itself a little more interesting to spice up the ride. Below are 3 more interesting ways to travel the UK beyond your usual car or public transport:
For families on a budget who want to explore the UK from top to bottom, a campervan is a great way to do so. There are lots of places in the UK with campervans for hire which you can take off in and explore every corner of this beautiful land. Just pick your destination and you can roll up whenever you want and sleep wherever you choose.
Britain is intersected by canals and waterways across the whole country so you can set off from the north and steadily sail down to the English Channel, taking in all the beautiful countryside and English villages along the way. Travelling by canal boat is a great way to explore the British Isles.
For families lucky enough to have a luxury budget to work with, you can travel by microlight from London to the Isle of Wight. This is a pricey option, but will give you amazing views of the city from above and the journey over the south coast.