With 100,000 square miles making up England, Scotland and Wales, deciding where to go can be the most difficult part of arranging a weekend break – that, and knowing what the weather’s going to do (but don’t worry, we’ve got that covered too).
In our latest research* Brits voted the sunny, almost tropical shores of Cornwall as their number one UK region for a weekend away.
And don’t let the weather put you off Scotland – after all, it’s where the beautiful Isle of Skye gets its name.
Perhaps you’ll opt for Dorset or Hampshire, where the Jurassic Coast puts 200 million years of history under your walking boots.
Venture further north, and you can wonder o’er the Dales and through the pretty market towns of Yorkshire, or head to the North West, and climb your way over the rolling hills of Derbyshire and the Peak District.
Then there’s Wales, home to 870 miles of coastal path, millions of sheep and the vast mountain ranges of Snowdonia National Park.
So whether you want to eat scones by the seaside, get a cathedral and culture fix, or scour the countryside for ancient ruins, start here.
Grab a bag, pack the dog, and leave the passport behind: this is your guide to weekend breaks in the UK.