These are the landmarks Brits plan to visit this summer

A silver lining of lockdown is that it’s given us a renewed appreciation for the joys of travel a little closer to home.

With flights still limited, many of us are planning to use up our annual leave with staycations around the UK rather than venturing further afield.

We’ve looked at the most popular staycation destinations for people’s lockdown plans, but now a new survey gets more specific, asking which landmarks people want to visit this summer.

Research from Jury’s Inn and Leonardo Hotels found that 63% of us are planning to holiday in the UK, with 38% plan to visit famous parts of the country we haven’t seen before.

So which landmarks make our must-see list?

A lot of green and blue spaces, in short.

The top UK landmarks people plan to visit this summer post-lockdown:

Staycations around the UK were given the green light back in June, with Boris saying people would be free ‘to stay overnight in self-contained accommodation’, including hotels, bed and breakfasts and camp sites, from July 4.

There are some caveats to be aware of before you go ahead and book your getaway, though.

Shared facilities must be kept clean, it must be possible to maintain social distancing while you’re away, and more than two households shouldn’t go away together.

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