Looking to book a city break in 2020? We’ve got the ideal guide to help you make a decision on where to go. 

Newcastle

The city of Newcastle in north-east England is renowned for its exciting nightlife. However, there’s a lot more to it than just great bars, pubs and clubs. 

Newcastle is home to the stunning Baltic Art Gallery and an amazing shopping district. If you’re there over the weekend, make sure to enjoy a traditional Sunday roast in one of its many top restaurants. When it comes to the evening, throw your glad-rags on and head to BrewDog, Vodka Revolution, Pitcher and Piano, Florita’s, or any of the other vibrant places to drink. 

London

London makes for an excellent city break. Packed with innovative experiences and exciting venues to enjoy both day and night, you’ll have a great time no matter who you’re visiting with. 

Make sure you do some sightseeing and don’t forget the bustling markets like Brick Lane and Portobello Road. Take in a show in the West End and book to visit the Warner Bros Studio Tour to see the magical world of Harry Potter. 

Looking for accommodation? These apart hotels in London are fantastic if you want somewhere central to enjoy the city. 

Liverpool

The birthplace of The Beatles, Liverpool is also famous for its vibrant food and drinking scenes. If you’re visiting, don’t forget to go to the Baltic Market. This hipster food court is jammed with innovative street-food pop-up stalls where you can find some amazing dishes. 

A few other points of interest in Liverpool include The Beatles Story, Cavern Club, Tate Liverpool, and the Mersey Ferry. 

York

A historic city, York is a labyrinth of wonderful attractions and hidden delights. Walk the cobbled streets to find quirky independent shops selling a range of unique jewellery and fashion. See the inspiring York Minster, wander the 15th-century streets of The Shambles and step back in time at York Dungeon. 

Manchester

This famous northern city is bursting with exciting things to do at any time of day. Love art? Head to Whitworth Art Gallery or Manchester Art Gallery. Like shopping? Head to intu Trafford Centre or Manchester Arndale. Want to do something different? Take a canal cruise or try indoor skiing at the Chill Factore featuring real snow. 

For the evening, party hard on Canal Street or head to a cosy pub, like The Marble Arch. 

Glasgow 

Sometimes overlooked in favour of its neighbor, Edinburgh, this exciting Scottish city has a lot to offer. 

Take in some art and culture at Riverside Museum and the Gallery of Modern Art, and savour traditional favourites for lunch like Scotch pie and haggis. If you’re interested, head to the Glengoyne Distillery and book a guided Celtic Park stadium tour to round off the day. 

Cardiff 

The Welsh capital city is a popular one for foodies, shoppers and night owls alike. Schedule in some time to see Cardiff Castle and hire a bike to cycle around Bute Park. 

You can learn all about Welsh history at St Fagans and you might be lucky enough to catch one of your favourite bands or comedians at the Wales Millennium Centre.

There’s plenty of choice when it comes to finding the perfect city break in the UK for 2020. So, make sure you find the best one for you.