The term 'Spring Break' means different things to different people. In the US, for example, Spring Break is a synonym for 'Young People Get Wasted During Easter', whereas here in the UK we tend to associate the long Easter weekend with chocolate eggs, cute bunnies, haunches of garlic-stuffed lamb, and bracing walks in deceptively cold northern hemisphere sunshine. We know which version we prefer.
It's a great time to get outside, even if it is just to purloin a few mini eggs before the children's egg hunt starts. The more adventurous however, will be stretching their legs further afield, burning off the cocoa solids across our green and glorious land. So with that wholesome vision in mind, we've curated a short but perfectly well-advised list of places to visit in order to imbibe the cold British air, elevate your mood, and take in a well-earned beer or two.
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