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Welcome to Tourism for All Travel Planner

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  1. UK Regions
    The United Kingdom (aka the UK, Great Britain and Britain) is made up of four nations, England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Island. These nations have their own individual regions and there are also the surrounding islands, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Wight and the Isle of Man. Britain is a country rich in tradition, complex in culture and is endlessly diverse. It is a truly fascinating place with lots of history, strange traditions and wonderful scenery and architecture.
  2. Accommodation
    Whatever kind of accommodation you’re looking for, you’ll find it in the UK. Whether you’re choosing to spend a few days in England, Wales or Scotland, there is a huge range of accommodation to choose from.
  3. Food & Drink
    Britain is a nation of food lovers, which is hardly surprising considering the diversity of the menus you’ll find in every corner of the country.
  4. Plan your visit
    To help you make the most of your time in the UK, we can point you in the direction of maps, guides, information centres, the weather information, tide times and more.
  5. Things to Do
    You’ll never be short of something to do on a short break or day trip in Great Britain. There is so much to do in the UK, you’ll be spoilt for choice, whatever it is you’re looking to do. Britain’s beautiful countryside, culture-filled cities and stunning coastlines are enjoyed by everyone, including those with additional access needs. We aim to provide all the information you could need for the best places to visit and everyone featured on our site offers help for those with access needs.
  6. Autism Friendly
    According to the National Autistic Society, more than 1 in every 100 people are autistic, but despite this huge number, many of the people who are on the autism spectrum report that they still struggle with finding accessible things to do and places to stay.

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Crealy Theme Park & Resort

Crealy Theme Park & Resort is the South West’s number one family value day out. The multi…

Clarks Village

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Eating out at Clarks Village

Twenty-five years ago, the UK’s first ever outlet shopping centre opened its doors in the heart of…

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