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With the year drawing to a close and the weather being rather grim, you might be considering your travel plans for 2020. Whether it’s a spring break in the sunshine or summer holiday to an exotic far flung destination, thinking ahead and making travel plans this side of the new year is always a good idea with something to look forward to.
Cruising the Baltics
Have you ever set sail aboard a luxury cruise liner to the Baltics? Popular with couples, it’s a must-do cruise with stop offs at some of Northern Europe’s most desirable landmarks. From Amsterdam to Copenhagen, Helsinki and Stokholm, you’re bound to have the best time discovering the sights and sounds of Northern Europe’s beautiful cities. A cruise is the ideal way to see lots of different locations on one trip without doing all the hard work. Enjoying a cruise with stop offs along the way is said to be one of the best ways to relax, discover new cultures and explore new lands. Head over to Azamara to browse their latest cruise deals and plan your Baltic adventure today!
City breaks with friends
If you want to explore some more of Europe, taking a city break with a group of close friends over a long weekend is a great idea. With flights available from most local airports, you could be sipping a beer and enjoying the local cuisine in just a few hours. Popular destinations include Brussels in Belgium, Porto in Portugal, Barcelona in Spain, Bordeaux in France and Budapest in Hungary to name just a few. You can make the most of the weekend by joining local guided tours to see the sights, explore hidden treasures and discover the culture with insight from the locals. Don’t forget your comfy shoes as you’re sure to walk a fair distance and your camera to snap away the memories.
Staycation by the water
Have you ever considered a staycation with the family? Taking a holiday to a different part of the UK is a great way to relax and unwind. Perhaps a stay in the Lake District with it’s wonderful countryside charm and picturesque lakes could relax you. Or a stay near the coast? There’s some fantastic villages and towns to explore around the British coast; the UK’s east coast is a particular favourite with many British seaside towns offering home-from-home accommodation with brilliant family friendly facilities.
Where do you plan on visiting next year? What are your travel plans?