Do something different this autumn break

Thinking of a UK autumn break this year? It’s the season of change, so make the most of it with a trip to a new city and do something different this autumn. London, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee have lots to offer but with the end of summer, change in weather and falling of leaves, you might be looking for something new to do during your city break. Here are some tips for the adventurous, romantic and family-minded.


Explore the riverside and soak up the atmosphere that fills South Bank. Whether you love to walk or you’re just there for a stroll, the banks of the River Thames are filled with attractions, boutiques, restaurants and bars for you to try. Follow our guide to South Bank for a full day worth of things to do in this area.


Think you’ve seen the best of Edinburgh? There’s always more to discover in Scotland’s capital city. From city strolls to walks along the water and beyond, our guide to autumn walks in Edinburgh will take you to beautiful parts of town that you might not have thought of.


Looking for things to do in Glasgow when the weather is getting crisp this autumn? You’ll love these indoor attractions. Skiing, snowboarding and ice climbing are all accessible in Glasgow at Snow Factor at INTU. If you’re more of a culture-lover than adrenaline junkie, pop into the Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibits at Kelvingrove or book a show at The SSE Hydro – one of Scotland’s biggest venues.


There’s nothing more romantic than stargazing with your other half. As the darker nights arrive, visit Mills Observatory at the summit of Balgay Hill. You’ll make memories on a trip that you’ll never forget in this relaxing woodland setting.