Saturday, 27 February 2016

The Places That Are Worth Visiting In 2016 | Travel

It’s easy to get wrapped up in our daily lives. When we get to take some well deserved time off with our families or loved ones, it’s important to use the time wisely.

It’s all about making memories. It’s important to me to travel and see different places and allow my son to experience new and exciting things. There is something about that feeling you get when you begin to pack or plan your holiday. We are all guilty of not letting go, or using our time off more effectively. Here are a few destinations to consider this year for when taking some time off.

There are many places to visit in Scotland. Being in West Yorkshire myself it’s not a big journey for me. You could easily make the trip in a car or fly from a local airport. With breathtaking cities and substantial countryside, it’s not difficult to see why it’s a popular visit for a break way.

Scotland could be a weekend break, or a weeks holiday. There is plenty to see and do whatever part you decide to visit.

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A little further away is the emerald isle of Ireland. With the beautiful untouched beaches, small villages and towns and some of the most scenic countryside you will witness. Ireland can be reached by ferry or aeroplane. You can choose the best way to get you there that would suit your holiday needs. There are some gorgeous holiday cottages in Ireland. Allowing you to get a more home from home feel to your trip away.

Walk the streets of Paris or take on the beaches of Nice. Travelling as a couple or with your family you will always find something to do. With museums galore, sightseeing, and even Disneyland Paris, there will so much you can fit into an extended break.

However, there are many other places to visit in France. Sample the wine regions, take a beach holiday on the French Riviera or enjoy a unique camping experience.

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Take in the amazing sights of Bruges. Distinguished by its network of canals, cobbled streets and medieval buildings. Enjoy people watching from the cafe’s or get lots amongst the atmosphere when exploring this beautiful city.

Take in the bustling city of Brussels. With its small town charm, trendy bars and fine restaurants. Food lovers will find it difficult not love Belgium.

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The Azores Islands
For something a little different why not take a trip to see the autonomous region of Portugal. Island hop or soak in the vibe in the fishing villages. There are nine islands to discover. All offering their own unique experience.

These islands remote, volcanic and green. But the perfect place for hiking, adventure and a bit of whale spotting Some of the views available are stunning.

These destinations are perfect for weekends, away, extended breaks or a full week’s holiday. There will always be something to see or in do in these exciting destinations offering something for everyone. We need to make it a priority to make memories when we can, instead of being stuck in our routines.

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