Six must-see destinations for staycations for 2021

With travel restrictions still in place, the biggest trend this year is to staycation. But where to go? We’ve got you covered! Below are 6 must-visit locations for this year.

The Cotswolds

This little pocket of England is known for its cute cottages made of honey-coloured stone, gorgeous fields and castles. Visit the tiny boutique shops and shop organically grown fruit and vegetables from the farm shops for an explosion of flavours!


This Roman city, named after the Roman-built baths, is full of history. A student city, full of energy, it combines a historical cobbled town centre with great historic buildings scattered all around. Want to relax? Step back in time by visiting the baths, or the Bath Abby. The bath spa has multiple floors and a rooftop pool to take with breathtaking views of the city.


Scotland’s largest city, and the world’s friendliest, is full of independent shops and great museums. The buzz of the city, keeps you engaged with “the next best thing to visit” while the trips to nearby sightseeing are world-renowned. The beauty of Scotland is undeniable and one not to miss out on.

Lake District

This gorgeous holiday destination has roughly sixteen lakes, rolling mountains and a quietness that will sort your active mind out! Best for lovers of nature, the area offers plenty of outdoors activities such as hiking and swimming. Whatever you decide to do, one thing is for sure— the views will not disappoint!


Missing the Mediterranean? Cornwall is as close as you can get to that vibe. This part of England is known for the most beautiful beaches in the UK, so if you’re looking for a place to catch some rays of sunshine this summer, a trip to the south should be in your plan!


Brighton has it all! Sea, beach, bars, clubs, an amusement park on a pier— do we need to say more? This eclectic city is also the home to the Brighton Pavilion, which was built as a seaside palace for King George IV in the style of India and China. Pretty cool hey?

Stefano Ferreyros