*A collaborative post
If you live in the big smoke, you’ll probably travel into work using the tube. The most convenient (and probably the quickest) way of getting around London is taking the London Underground but it’s not necessarily the cheapest way to travel. With its high cost of living and cost of travel, it’s ranked in one of the 10 most expensive cities in the world. Leading online travel agency loveholidays has created an interactive tube map which highlights some of the holiday destinations that could be enjoyed if you exchanged a week of rent and tube travel for a weeks holiday abroad instead.
Where could your daily commute take you?
To find out where your daily commute could take you, simply enter your starting tube station and your destination tube station to discover the all-inclusive holiday one weeks commute and rent could be exchanged for.
On average, those living in Brentwood and travelling daily into Leicester Square spend approximately £33 per week on commuting to work. Additionally, their weekly living costs top £411 which combined could afford them an all inclusive weeks holiday to Egypt.
Other suggestions that loveholiday have found including folk living in Barking could swap the commute to Barbican for a week on an all inclusive holiday on the beaches of Crete. Or they could perhaps switch a week on the tube from Clapham South to Canary Wharf for an all-inclusive holiday enjoying the beaches of Kos. Exchange the East India to Victoria journey for 7 nights in Malta with capital city Valletta showing off its rich heritage and sites as the European City of Culture for 2018 or Archway to Green Park for the sandy beaches and fresh seafood of The Algarve.
To find out where your daily commute could take you, visit the loveholidays interactive tube map here.
The loveholidays website is an easy online portal for customers to find their next ideal holiday. Using their bespoke search function, customers can search holiday destinations in terms of board basis, budget and even the weather rather than be restricted to searches based on date and destination.
What’s stopping you finding your next holiday?