Ideas for Exciting Holidays in Europe
When deciding where to go on holiday, it is easy to become overwhelmed by choice, with holiday destinations ranging from seaside towns to mountainous regions and everything in between. Europe is a huge continent with many different countries, each with their own unique culture, history and way of life and a wide variety of different types of holiday. It’s easy to get confused and spend too much time choosing the wrong destination and not enough time exploring the many opportunities that have arisen throughout Europe. If you want to find your ideal holiday destination then don’t forget about the many tools and resources available to help you plan your next holiday – leave the hard decisions to someone else and enjoy the process.
France, Germany and Spain each make up the top three of most preferred European holiday destinations by European tourists, with 4 other countries claiming them as their favorite place they go. As a collective, Europeans usually prefer destinations which are very close to home. For this reason, French, German and Spanish cities top the list when you want to discover a vibrant nightlife and fantastic shopping venues. Paris, Frankfurt, Barcelona and Lisbon are all top destinations for European nightlife and if you fancy a bit of culture during your holiday then try places like Florence, Tuscany or Rome. These cities have great shopping and eating opportunities and offer visitors something which combines European nightlife with some local culture.
The UK is another popular European holiday destination, though many people think it’s dominated by popular destinations such as Manchester, London and Brighton. A closer look at the UK however shows that there is a wealth of different islands in the UK, some of which are ideal for families with young children whilst others are designed for couples and travelling singles. With so many islands to choose from, you’ll be sure to find a wonderful holiday destination with something for everyone. The UK is also home to some famous islands such as Jersey, Guernsey and Cornwall and with many more to come in future, there is bound to be a seaport on any one of them which you can visit. So what are you waiting for?