These are the holiday spots in the UK that are trending for spring

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The staycation is here to stay – and with spring break on the horizon, it’s a great time to do your research.

Tripadvisor has now announced its top 10 travel destinations in the UK for 2022.

Two Welsh hamlets ranked first and second respectively, while a North Yorkshire town ranked high.

Tripadvisor decided which places are hot by looking at how popular they are becoming as a result of interaction on their own website and by seeing which locations are seeing the most on-demand growth.

The small village of Brithdir has attracted a great deal of interest from travel-hungry Britons, possibly due to its location close to Snowdonia National Park and its beaches.

This was a common theme for the top picks, all of which had access to larger attractions while being quaint on their own.

Some frequently searched places that you would expect to find there also made the list such as Cambridge, Manchester and Brighton.

Tripadvisor found that over three quarters of Brits plan to travel within the UK between March and May this year, so here’s a rundown of what to consider next.

Brithdir, Gwynedd, Wales


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Llanberis, Gwynedd, Wales


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Fulford, North Yorkshire, England


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Close to York city center you can enjoy the peace and quiet and escape the hustle and bustle.

South Queensferry, West Lothian, Scotland


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Scotland’s more remote areas are worth exploring for their tranquility and beauty alone.

Appleby-in-Westmorland, Cumbria, England


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This historic market town is a great getaway for city dwellers.

Manchester, Greater Manchester, England


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From a night on the town to a delicious recovery meal the next day, there is much to explore in Manchester.

Oxford, Oxfordshire, England


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The cobbled streets and nearby shops and pubs make this a cute weekend getaway.

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England


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Go boating and then sip a beer while immersing yourself in the history of the place.

Brighton, Sussex, England


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Quirky shops, vibrant nightlife and a pretty beach make this a safe bet for a short break.

Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland


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Everyone loves Edinburgh (with good reason), but don’t overlook Glasgow, which is buzzing with life and sights.

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