It’s one of the hottest summers on record here in the United Kingdom, and as more of us break up from school, college and work to enjoy a few weeks of relaxation, it’s time to start planning the ultimate summer holiday. Whether you’re looking to get away from your hometown and visit a new country to soak up the rays, or you want to stay at home and relax with friends and family, this article will give you some top tips on making the most of the summer months.

Organise Your Wardrobe
Before you do anything else, make sure you give your wardrobe a make over. You’ll no doubt have some summer clothes left over from previous years, but the chances are that you’ll want to stock up on some summer holiday essentials. Crop tops, blouses, sandals and hair accessories can be picked up from your favourite fashion outlet, or even in a supermarket if you look in the right places. Make sure you’re happy with your summer clothes, especially if you’re going away.

Book a Mini BreakHoliday
It wouldn’t be summer without a summer holiday, so consider booking a last-minute mini break in the UK or overseas. Seaside destinations like Brighton, Blackpool and Devon are great for spending a couple of days soaking up the sun plus, hotels, bed and breakfasts are usually reasonably priced if you shop around. If you want to go somewhere a little more exotic, then an European mini-break with a tour operator like Jet2 or TUI will set you back a couple of hundred pounds, but that’s a small price to pay if you want to explore a city like Amsterdam or Alicante.

Look for Local Hidden TreasuresHidden treasure

When was the last time you checked out your local museum, art gallery or tourist attraction? There are so many hidden treasures here in the United Kingdom; you just have to know where to look and be prepared to try something different. If you live in Essex, for example, then you could take in the Harwich Redoubt or the Landguard Fort. If you’re further north, for example, in Newcastle, then there’s the Beamish Museum and the Angel of the North. Go exploring and see something new with friends; you might be surprised at how much you can find close to home.

Plan the Ultimate Summer PartyParty
Summer is all about letting your hair down and relaxing in the sun, and what better way to do that with your friends than by organising the ultimate summer party? If you’re graduating from University or moving to college in the autumn, then consider booking one of the party houses offered at Landed Houses. They offer a unique degree of privacy and help you unwind with your closest friends and family. What’s more, you can find them all around the country.

Stay Sun Safe
With the weather topping 30 degrees in some parts of the country, it’s important that you stay safe in the sun and protect your skin from damage. No matter your skin tone, you should make sure that you wear sunscreen every day, especially if you’re going to be out and about. Creams like Supergoop Sunscreen are perfect for those with oily skin, as it can be applied with a matte finish and sits great under a full face of makeup. Shop around and find the right product for you.

There you have it – just some of the things that you should think about if you want to make the most out of the summer. Whatever you choose to get up to this summer, have a fantastic time!

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  1. Thanks for the great amazing tips to how to make out this summer to be like a best party thing. Most of people were worried to go out in this hottest summer..But am sure after watching your tips they change their views…Itz the perfect holidays time to spend and enjoy to he fullest. Iam planning to visit Manchester hope i do enjoy and follow all the precautions like sunscreen, hat and sunglasses ūüėõ

  2. This post is something connect my life. I am happy to read such a informative post. The amazing tips for summer are best and intresting. As people used to stay at home during in summer days. But I’m sure your tips are going to help many of the readers like me. At present I am in Dubai and here the weather is too hot in summers and I can relate it haha. I also want to contribute to your readers by giving them a trick to save little more on their trip in Dubai.

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