Las Vegas, often called Sin City, is one of America’s most-visited cities. You can visit New York, Paris, Italy and Egypt all within several blocks, eat 24 hours a day, gamble on anything and everything, learn the history of both pinball machines and the mob’s role in the city’s growth and visit a graveyard full of neon signs. If you can dream it up, you’ll probably find it in Las Vegas. There is something for every traveller on the famed Las Vegas Strip including lions, sharks and pirates!
Benidorm is rapidly becoming the stag party capital of Europe and it’s not difficult to see why. Cheap alcohol and nonstop sunshine means that it is many people’s idea of paradise, and when a popular TV comedy is added to the equation, well, lock up your daughters!
Where can simplicity still be a benefit to relaxation without having to conform to the dogma of a magazine cover? Where can you still let your hair down without feeling that you’re emulating a travel brochure? Where can you enjoy year-round balmy to hot weather; golden, sandy beaches that stretch for ever and ever and ever, lushly bristling with palm trees and coastal dunes unspoilt by consumer tourism? Try Mozambique!
Whilst Exeter is probably regarded by many as just another city in the UK, anyone who has visited this South West gem will no doubt have a different story to tell. A relaxed atmosphere with plenty to offer people of all ages means that there will never be a dull moment.
With restaurants to meet every budget and shops of all descriptions, there can’t be many better ways of spending a day or two than in this finest of cathedral cities.
There is much more to Torbay than palm tree’s and a wonderful climate, as anyone who has paid the English Riviera a visit will tell you. A wide variety of restaurants and bars, award winning beaches and stunning tourist attractions, coupled with accommodation to suit every budget and you are presented with a holiday which will be remembered for all of the right reasons, and at a price which will definitely not break the bank!