Great Europe Holiday Destinations For 2008
Where would you want to go for your holiday next year? If your answer is France, Spain or Germany then you will have no shortage of great places to choose from for your next holiday. Each of these countries has something special about them and if you are coming from further afield then the experience will simply be an extension of your own country. So where should you start looking? If you have longed for the sun, the sand and the Mediterranean then these are going to be your three destinations for your holiday next year.
Spain and France are the top three holiday destinations in Europe and each of these has a variety of different reasons to be the chosen location for your holiday next year. France boasts some of the most beautiful beaches on the whole of Europe, whilst Spain offers great cities, sandy beaches and the Spain Castilla de Gibralfaro for those that wish to take a wander down some of history’s lesser known tales. Germany is becoming a very popular European holiday destination and is recognised as a place where people go to soak up the culture and history. You can combine your trip to Germany with a visit to the many castles that are dotted around the country. Some of the castles are open to the public and you can often spend an afternoon touring some of the architecture and taking part in some shows at the castle itself.
The UK also offers many different wonderful European holiday destinations and many families return here year after year. There are some fantastic locations for family friendly holidays in the UK and some of the best beaches are to be found at Cornwall and Ashford, which offer some of the cleanest and clearest waters on earth. If you love the countryside then you are unlikely to find a better choice than this for your family holiday. Whilst Cornwall and Ashford are ideal for those that like the countryside and can get there by train, there are other stunning destinations to choose from such as Henley, Cheddar and Hemel Hempstead, which all have their own particular appeal to visitors.