Travelling makes us all dream, but when it comes to choosing the destination of your next getaway, we don’t all have the same desires. To find The trip that’s right for you, just ask yourself a few simple questions that will help you identify the destination of your dreams.
Sporty or not?
If for you, holidays rhyme with rest, then avoid cities that require a lot of walking to discover them properly. Choose instead of a restful nature destination or a beautiful beach!
Conversely, if you feel like moving around a little, think about bicycle tourism. Several cycling routes allow you to discover regions by pedaling. A mode of tourism adapted to everyone: no need to be a great sportsman, just go at your own pace. It’s also an excellent way to enjoy the countryside and explore a region.
Are your pockets full?
If it is useless to ruin yourself to travel, your budget will, of course, have an impact on your travel style but not necessarily on the destination. If you have to limit your expenses, the golden rule is to anticipate! The earlier you start, the lower the prices of trains, planes and accommodation will be.
When it comes to meals, it’s not only gourmet restaurants that offer the specialties of a country, but also local people such as greeters for guided tours and good deals.
However, some destinations, such as Switzerland, should be recommended for larger wallets due to the high cost of living.
Citytrip or country break?
Do you want to escape the city, the noise and the crowds? Then the country break is for you! In the countryside, you can go hiking, taste local products and rest a little.
On the other hand, city trips will allow you to discover the capitals of the countries, their museums, their monuments for stays often more cultural. London is a city on the move, with lots of museums to discover.
Dare the unknown or stay in your comfort zone?
There’s no need to go to the end of the world to travel. There are lovely places to discover in France: there are a thousand travel ideas in France for those who don’t want to face the language barrier.
If you want to get out of your comfort zone, choose countries with different cultures or even different alphabets—my advice: Athens, an exciting city, full of history(s), and very exotic.