Places To Go For Your Next Getaway (England & Europe Edition)

We can finally travel! I’ve been wanting to explore and see new places so badly since lockdown started, and have been dreaming up locations from the get go. Although not every area is safe to go to, I thought for those planning to travel sometime soon, I’d post some suggestions and inspiration for your next visit. I’ve included a few destinations for each country in which I’ve heard of, been too or just look nice from pictures I’ve seen) And for those who aren’t 100% comfortable travelling abroad right now but still want to go somewhere, I’ll add some English destinations too.

Happy searching!

England

Brighton, East Sussex                                                          West Wittering, West Sussex

Broadstairs, Kent                                                                 Whitstable, Kent

Cornwall, South-West England                                             Hastings, East Sussex

Canterbury, Kent                                                                  Bath, Somerset

York, North Yorkshire                                                            New Forest, Hampshire

Lake District, Cumbria                                                          London, Greater London

Whitstable, Kent
Broadstairs, Kent
Canterbury, Kent

Europe (No Quarantine Areas)

Bolded are the destinations I’ve personally been too and loved. I can’t wait to explore some of the other places I listed too! There are obviously more countries than just these, but these destinations have particularly caught my eye.

Greece: Athens, Santorini, Mykonos, Crete, Corfu, Rhodes, Kefalonia, Oia, Zakynthos

Italy: Venice, Florence, Rome, Milan, Naples, Pisa, Lake Como, Marche, Amalfi, Sardinia, Sicily

France: Paris, Nice, Marseille, French Riviera, Cannes, Saint-Tropez

Portugal: Azores, Madeira (quarantine needed if travelling: Lisbon, Porto, Faro, Algarve, Albufeira)

Lake Como, Italy

Spain: Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Majorca, Ibiza, Valenica, Tenerife, Malaga, Costa del Sol, Andalucia, Gran Canaria, Marbella, Lanzarote, other Balearic Islands

Germany: Berlin, Munich, Cologne, Hamburg

The Netherlands: Amsterdam, Lisse, Volendam, Haarlem, Giethoorn, Zaanse Schans

Croatia: Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Plitvice Lakes National Park, other Croatian Islands

Cyprus: Paphos, Ayia Napa, Larnaca

Austria: Vienna, Salzburg, Wolfgangsee Lake, Badgastein

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Czech Republic: Prague, Moravia

Denmark: Copenhagen, Frisian Islands

Monaco: Monte Carlo

Hungary: Budapest, Lake Balaton

Iceland: Reykjavik, Blue Lagoon

Barcelona, Spain

Let me know if any places caught your eye or if you have any more to add to this list!

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