A recent survey conducted by the Post Office has shown that travellers can stretch their holiday money even further by opting to visit a best-value destination. It also reports that 94% of those surveyed said that accommodation costs was the most important factor when choosing a city.
For cash-strapped families looking for a ‘cracking’ Easter break that won’t ‘break’ the budget the youth hostelling charity, YHA (England and Wales) is urging people to consider a holiday in a Youth Hostel.
2013 will be a very special year for Amsterdam; a year full of milestones which will not go unnoticed! A variety of special events will take place in different parts of the city throughout the entire year. You will find further information on the ‘Amsterdam, the city to see in 2013!’ page.
That’s it half term is done and now thoughts turn to what can we do with the kids over Easter?
Well now is the time to start planning.
There are literally hundreds of options available for those families who want to get back to basics and spend some quality time with each other if they opt for a hostel stay.
For music lovers with a serious case of audiophilia there’s nothing better than seeing an act live in concert. From the psychedelic shores of California to career-launching stages in New York, America’s music venues have hosted iconic artists ranging from The Beatles and Michael Jackson to living legends like Radiohead and Coldplay.
Do you fancy making your travel experience a little out of ordinary this year? Are you fed up with your rather quiet and uneventful holiday? Then, perhaps it might be worth trying to plan your trip around one of the most unique festivals around the globe. For your inspiration, we have highlighted these extremely unusual venues which can provoke various feelings ranging from joy, shock, pleasure…
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