Planning Your 2020 Holiday

When planning a holiday you must first, ask yourself what your priorities are. Will you travel abroad or stay closer to home? Do you go all inclusive or hire a self catering villa? Book flights or pack up the campervan? Exotic adventure or countryside staycation? City break or camping? It’s all very exciting, but there’s a lot to consider. 

City Break

Are you looking for a family holiday or a romantic getaway? We all need to treat ourselves to a little bit of luxury now and again, but we don’t always have time for a fabulous fortnight away! A city break is perfect for a couple who need a few days to relax and indulge away from the norm. From a city break in New York to a romantic retreat in Paris or Rome, you’ll be rejuvenated in no time. Staying in a hotel is your best bet so that you can make the most of the City you’re staying in. 

Cruise Holiday

Why visit one country when you can visit five? If you would like to completely unwind, but fancy something a little different this year, an all inclusive cruise is the perfect option for you. Many cruise lines offer cruise late deals, so you can sit back and relax with the knowledge that your children are also safe and being entertained at the kids club. No need to worry about cooking, cleaning or making your bed – all will be taken care of. Staying on a cruise ship doesn’t mean that you have to compromise on making arrangements for your family; if you require a cot in your room, all requests can be accommodated. If you’ve left your holiday planning a little late, rest assured – you can always find last minute cruise deals. All you need to worry about is grabbing your sunglasses and a good book!

Cottage staycation  

Sometimes we overlook the greatness that’s available in our own country. A staycation allows for you and your family to have an enjoyable adventure that takes very little planning, packing, or even thought! You won’t need to stress about crying babies in airports, or worry about the buggy getting lost at baggage claim. In our busy lives, it’s often hard to be spontaneous, but a staycation allows you to do just that. There are plenty of stunning cottages in idyllic locations that will enhance your stay.

Campervan tour around Europe 

So, what’s an alternative yet stress free way to travel? The campervan. Purchasing or hiring a campervan will provide you with the luxury of travelling to various destinations without anything holding you back. Just think of the convenience – a campervan or motorhome will provide just as many facilities as a good hotel, sometimes more. Most have a cooker, fridge, shower, sofa and dining table as well as comfortable beds. If you’re up for adventure, this is the holiday for you!

Ski Chalet

Even during your action packed holiday on the slopes you’ll need a moment to relax in the chalet. Chalet-based holidays offer more privacy and flexibility for family groups and couples alike. As well as in-chalet chefs who can cater to individual family requirements, operators can also offer onsite nannies and babysitting – what more could you want? Enjoy winter wonderland on the alps – you won’t be disappointed.

Villa with a view

If you’re travelling in a large group, a villa is a great option. When the kids are in bed the adults can still socialise. You can treat the villa like a home from home- the villa becomes part of the holiday experience. Pick somewhere with beautiful views and a pleasant terrace so you can sit back and watch the world go by. 

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  • Hi, thank you so much for sharing your recommendations with us. I’d like to know for Campervan tour around Europe, it is recommended for families or for couples or just for solo travelers? Thanks a lot!

  • Hello! Thank you for sharing the information regarding travel, I’ll surely take some time out and try to visit places as per your mentioned ideas but can you give an alternate option then cruise? Like for instance if someone has seasickness then? Thanks!

  • Normally my winter holidays are spent skiing, but I’d love to incorporate something else as well during my next vacations. These are all great ideas to plan a trip, the cruise sounds nice.