Looking forward to a holiday is one of the perks in life. Sunning yourself on soft sand, wandering through a historic little town picking up knick-knacks, indulging in local delicacies and strolling through the balmy evening air to enjoy a cocktail or two - perfect. This is what holidays are made for. The days are long and hot, and as laid-back or as action-packed as you want, depending on your preference. Sometimes, it doesn't necessarily matter where you travel to, which is one of the great advantages of living where we do. Pretty much any of the destinations, within a few hours' flight, can provide a top-notch holiday without breaking the bank. In addition to this if you manage to bag a bargain then you can either use the money you save as extra spending cash, or you can upgrade your accommodation for a sneaky bit of luxury.
Of course, it isn't always particularly expensive to indulge in a luxurious hotel, and it can sometimes prove to be more cost effective to book all inclusive holiday deals. Have a look online when you’re searching for your accommodation and look at the price differences between self-catering and all inclusive hotels. There are often special deals on all inclusive which means that for a small amount extra per person, you can have all of your meals, drinks and snacks included for your entire stay. If you consider the costs of meals and drinks and compare it to the slightly extra cost for an all inclusive board basis, it can usually work out at a far better deal. This is particularly true if you are travelling with children and intend to stay within the complex for most of the time. An additional plus is that there is absolutely no washing up to be done at any point during your stay. Perfect!
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