4 Travel Solutions For People Who Don't Want to Go Far This Summer

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With summer almost here, you might be making some last minute plans regarding where you should visit with your family later in the season. If you’re not feeling like paying the high costs that come with travelling a long way across the globe, you could look to some of the best alternatives that are a little closer to home. We’ve got some fantastic summer holiday ideas for you and your family, so read on to learn all about them.

1. Llandudno

Located in the north of Wales, Llandudno is a classic seaside town that has more to offer than most. It’s a very beautiful small town thanks to the amazing stretch of coastline as you can see below. The architecture in the town and particular on the seafront where all the hotels are is really impressive indeed. And you can also head up the Great Orme and see all this for yourself from the top. There’s plenty to keep you busy, and there are always things going on for kids and families.

2. Dublin

Just a hop across the water, you’ll find Dublin, one of the best and most family-friendly capital cities in western Europe. It’s a totally unique place, and it’s definitely somewhere you’ll want to take your family if you’ve never been there before. If you’re not travelling with the kids though, and you want something a little less family-oriented, the Guinness Storehouse is possibly the best attraction in Ireland. When all’s said and done, there’s something for everyone in Dublin. There are direct flights to the city from all across the UK too, so it’ll be very easy.

3. Pembrokeshire

Tenby is probably the most widely known and widely loved part of Pembrokeshire. It’s the kind of seaside location that has something for everyone. The beaches are simply beautiful, making them ideal for anyone who just wants to sit back and relax during the summer. They’re also a lot of fun for kids. And if you’re serious about surfing, this could be the spot for you too. It’s great for that. Pembrokeshire has much else to offer besides, so don’t assume you know it all inside out.

4. Skye

If you feel like heading north to Scotland this summer, there are few places more majestic and captivating than Skye. It’s one of those places that’s all about tranquility and beauty, and on that front, it certainly won’t disappoint you. The rugged landscape and the ancient castles and buildings are ripe for exploration. It can be a great place for you and your family to get back in touch with nature as well, so it’s definitely a destination that’s worthy of your consideration.

These 4 ideas all prove to you that you don’t have to go a long way this summer to have a good time with your family. They all offer plenty to do and see, and if you’ve never visited these places before, they’ll be as new to you as if you headed off to some expensive tropical island, so make the most of them.

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