The summer break is finally here! You no longer need to think about lectures, exams, assignments or deadlines, instead you can enjoy a break you truly deserve. With months of hard work behind you, this is your time to relax and enjoy your free time.
How are you spending your summer break? If you’re looking for ideas, we sat down and talked to Antony at Kexgill Preston. Take a look at some ways you can make the most of your summer break.
Preston’s most famous park, Avenham, is a beautiful sight to spend a warm, sunny day. Surrounded by gorgeous scenery and pathways, it’s the perfect location to relax and unwind with friends. The huge park is located next to the city centre and can become one of the busiest locations of the city!
In the centre, you will find the Japanese Rock Garden, one of the focal points of the park. Whether you want to relax, play sports or exercise around the park, this is a great place to spend some of your summer days.
Why not delve into the history of Preston and visit the popular Harris Museum. Located in the city centre, you can discover the world of Literature, Arts and Science. The free museum offers exhibitions and famous collections for all to enjoy.
Travel to Nearby Cities
One of the great things about Preston is its location. Offering excellent transport links with trains and buses to nearby cities like Manchester, Liverpool and Blackpool, you can enjoy shopping trips and live gigs of famous artists with only a short train ride away.
Or, why not enjoy a day at Blackpool Pleasure Beach and experience the thrilling rides! There’s something nearby for everyone.
Enjoy the Nightlife!
Preston is well known for its bubbling nightlife. Whether you want a pub crawl, quiet drink or want to hit the town, there’s plenty on offer.
There’s so much to do in your summer break. We hope we gave you some great ideas! How are you spending your break?
If you would like to find out more about Kexgill and their student accommodation – simply get in touch with today and their friendly team will be happy to help.