Have you ever visited a Christmas market in Europe? It’s a fantastic experience; a chance to sample a different culture, different sights, wondeful smells from a variety of food sellers and not to mention the Glühwein!
There are loads of possible destinations and ways to travel including ferry, train, plane, car and if you wanted to use a healthier form of transport then it’s easy to travel as a foot passenger.
Christmas Markets and day trips with wine……….
Talking of which, fancy a day trip from Dover to Calais with free wine? P&O ferries are offering just that from 9th November to 10th December so best get booking!
Travel zoo have some fantastic European Christmas market specials at the moment and they are well worth checking out. Visit the Travel zoo website for great UK deals if you want to visit a Christmas market without having to worry about a passport or travel insurance.
Further afield, guides and parking……….
If you want to travel further afield have a look at some great winter savings on holidays with Mercury Holidays with deals on breaks from late November to early spring. A little trip somewhere breaks up the winter doesn’t it?
And on offer are some very nice early spring deals with Jet2. November is a good time to be tempted with good deals for the following year!
If you do book a flight then chances are you need airport parking. Great deals are always on offer from Purple Parking who will find the best parking rates for your departure airport.
If you need help with getting to know your destination then masters of the craft are Lonely Planet. They have been producing top quality guides for just about anywhere for many years and are a must visit website when planning your trip.
Don’t forget that any presents you buy in any of the European christmas markets, you will need Euros! Find out today’s best rates.
For further afield, get the best rates for any currency before you travel.
Have a great trip!