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When summer rolls into town, everyone else wants to roll out. The best place for this is usually the beach. Thanks to the refreshing water and nice ocean breeze, it's one of the easiest ways to stay cool throughout the year's hottest months. But not all beach towns were created equal. Here are 11 beach towns to avoid — and where to go instead.
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When you think of the United Kingdom, the first place that comes to mind is probably London. The bustling city is a favorite, popular for being rich in history, culture, style, and, of course, great food. There are so many other places you can travel to in the UK aside from London, though, that have just as much history, beauty, and charm and you should try to make it to at least a few of them. Read on for some UK travel inspo.
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Oh, we do like to be beside the seaside. Us Brits, we really do. But why are we jetting off elsewhere when we’ve got perfectly good — scrap that — seriously beautiful beaches right here? Hello, we’re an island! Coastline is something we have plenty of, and with that, lots of beachfronts and seaside towns too. So from the sandy ones to the pebbly ones, the ones with regal piers, perfect fish and chips, and even those with really not much at all, click on for our pick of the UK’s best beach towns.
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One of the closest stretches of seaside to London, Brighton has a reputation for its quirky individual style - but whether you visit in summer or winter, there's plenty for kids too, with some unique attractions.
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