The Cheapest Holiday Destinations for 2009

You may have heard in the news that despite the credit crunch biting this year us Brits aren’t going to give up own annual holidays. We are however looking for the location that will offer the best value for our money.

There are many ways to reduce the cost of your holiday from searching around, using comparison sites and looking for special offers. Booking all inclusive holidays, so you know what most of your holiday is going to cost when you book it. With the exchange rate dropping many people are also looking for holidays outside of Europe to get the most from their holiday for their money.

Here are some suggested locations to check out for a cheap holiday this year.

Bulgaria, known as the Jewel of the Balkans, offers a mix of history, rich culture, landscapes and beaches. This country is highly recommended and is only starting to be discovered as a holiday destination for Western countries.

Venturing out of the Euro zone means you can find better value holidays. Iceland has become a very popular destination recently due to its economic difficulties; it used to be known as being a fairly expensive place to visit. You can be in Iceland in just a few hours. This unspoilt mysterious country offers a very unique experience, wonderful sights to explore to give a truly magical holiday you won’t forget for a long time.

Morocco is another country which is becoming increasing popular. Visiting fantastic cities like Marrakech and Fez for an experience that will be a treat for your senses. Waiting to find is an onslaught of lively sights, amazing smells and sounds. The Atlantic Coast has beautiful warm beaches and the Atlas Mountains stunning scenery. Morocco is a fantastic value location that won’t stretch your purse strings.

Apparently the best value holiday for the British this year is offered by Thailand. Although the Thai Baht has strengthened against the pound it still remains low in the country so once you get there things are very cheap, dinner costs just a few pounds for two people.

The cheapest of cheap holidays is, no surprise, the UK. The UK has many fantastic locations from Edinburgh, London, Belfast and Cardiff to the beautiful Lake District. It is certainly worth investigating further and with summer weather predicted to be a cracker this year it might just pay off to stay home.

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