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Apparently over 5.8 miliion Brits will have booked our summer holiday by the end of January 2016! And what’s more, many of us book exactly the same destination and hotel that we visited the previous year – as long as there were no issues of course. One of the most popular holiday destinations is Spain where the lure of the sun, fabulous food, entertainment and value for money is just too good to resist.
If you’re feeling adventurous this year and want to try something new, here are some great holiday ideas that are set to be the latest holiday hot spots for 2016:
Since the USA restored diplomatic relations back in July and started to loosen restrictions Cuba is the latest hot holiday destination for travellers the world over. Having been out of bounds for so long Cuba is still in its time warp with crumbling colonial buildings and 1950’s cars everywhere. With restrictions becoming less and less many people are trying to visit before the modern world takes over and becomes unrecognizable and more importantly before prices start rising! For a unique holiday that won’t stay around for long, Cuba should definitely be at the top of your list.
If you love culture, food, music and history Copenhagen will be your holiday paradise. This fabulous city was voted the ninth most reputable city in the world and is full of historical buildings and tourist attractions. For those that like eating out there are a huge amount of restaurants which include 15 Michelin starred restaurants. Thrill seekers should visit Copenhagen’s two amusements parks which are also the world’s oldest. The Tivoli Festival runs from May until September 2016 where classical music fans can expect a star-studded line-up in the Tivoli Gardens.
For sun seekers and beach lovers the unspoilt beaches on this island in Cape Verde has to be in their final selection. Only recently coming to the forefront this West African island is a hidden gem, especially for surfers due to the strong trade wind that blows from November to June. For many years this island set in the Northern group of the islands was used for salt mining, hence the name Sal.
This charming coastal town is now well-known due to its historical Old Town and backdrop for Game of Thrones. If you love this iconic series a visit to this beautiful town will bring your fantasy to life where you can walk in your characters footsteps! Set in the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is one of the most prominent tourist destinations. The city also joined the UNESCO list of world heritage sites in 1979. After the break-up of Yugoslavia the city suffered extensive shelling for 7 months and suffered significant damage but has been sympathetically rebuilt in-line with the UNESCO guidelines. Dubronik offers a holiday for all, warm sunny weather, sandy beaches, culture, history, fabulous food and lovely hotels. What’s not to like?
If you’re planning a getaway, why not visit us for a spray tan before you go?