Giant pyramids, iconic cities and mile-upon-mile of beaches – holidays to Egypt are in a league of their own. In the race for the title of the world’s top holiday destination, Egypt runs with the elite – more than 12 million tourists flock here every year.

You’ve got the visitors who not just come for the pyramids but for the weather and the beaches. Popular spots like HurghadaSharm El Shiekh and Marsa Alam  are places to dip toes in the clear waters of the Red Sea. Expect white beaches that stretch out like party streamers, some of the world’s best scuba diving sites, and every watersport you can think of.

A holiday to Egypt isn’t just about daytime activities, though. Cocktail bars, karaoke spots and bass-pumping nightclubs all help to get things going when the sun goes down, regardless of which part of Egypt you jet off to. In Sharm El Sheikh, the strip’s the place to be – music concerts and foam parties are just a few of the major events here. Hurghada’s Marine Boulevard, meanwhile, offers up everything from traditional belly-dancing shows to family-friendly seafront bars. And over in Marsa Alam, there are loads of swish restaurants to check out.

Only in Egypt can you sail into the sunset on a felucca cruise along the Nile, jump on the back of a camel and ride into Luxor’s Valley of the Kings, then float facing towards the sky in the glittering expanse of the Red Sea. Take a moment as time stands still in Egypt.

Sightseeing trips are best taken between November and March.


Israel is full of surprising contrasts. A Mediterranean country with a western outlook. A landscape of dramatic hills, breathtaking desert sweeps, and valley oases. From laid-back lakeside biking to mineral baths at the lowest place on Earth, Israel has it all.

Sacred to three world religions, every stone of Jerusalem’s fabled Old City feels steeped in cultural significance. A visit to both the Tomb of King David and the Western Wall is essential, but don’t miss out on modern Jerusalem’s intoxicating blend of ancient and modern.

Tel Aviv..The Non Stop vibrant 24hr city which enjoys over 300 days of sunshine and 7kms of glorious beaches just steps away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It has cultural hotspots, a buzzing art scene, a rich history and museums to explore, nightlife that’ll keep you up until the wee hours, and stunning beaches for that much needed break after it all. Shalom Israel!

The best times to visit Israel are in spring or , because the days are pleasantly warm. From June to August it can be scorching hot, with average temperatures of 90°F.

Las Vegas

If you’re looking for a wedding with no limits, Vegas is the place. The Entertainment Capital of the World is a 24-hour party, so it’ll feel like the whole city is celebrating with you. There are lots of luxury hotels on the neon-lit Strip where you can host your nuptials.  Whether it’s a spur-of-the-moment decision or the day you’ve been dreaming of all your life, Vegas can make it better than you ever imagined.


In the middle of the Mediterranean, warm and welcoming Malta promises balmy weather, lovely bays and a wealth of places to explore. Sun drenched Malta is a wonderful place to get married.  With some beautiful historic buildings, stately homes, castles, gardens and sea view venues, it has something to offer every couple.



Legend goes that the Greek goddess of love was born on the island of Cyprus, so there’s no better place to promise ‘to love and to cherish’. Cyprus is one of the most popular wedding locations in the world. whether it’s a beach side venue, wedding gazebo or church wedding. Cyprus weddings have so much to offer for your perfect wedding abroad.



Say your vows in a grove of olive trees or declare your love whilst looking out towards the Aegean Sea, there is nowhere quite like the Greek Islands for a truly special destination wedding. From luxurious spa resorts to a charming and intimate beach hotel, there are numerous choices for the perfect location for your dream wedding.

United Kingdom

United Kingdom one of the best places in Europe to visit that’s totally different depending on the regions you visit. With four great countries to explore and enjoy UK offers many options for your vacation. It boosts the perfect mixture of history, culture, nature and more. Whether you’re hiking the lush, green hills of Wales, admiring the northern Irish coastline, spending a weekend in the Scottish highlands or heading to London for a few days, UK has it all for you.

In England if you enjoy lively cities, London, Liverpool and Manchester are great choices, or for something more calm, the likes of Bath, Oxford and Canterbury are unlikely to disappoint. No trip to England is complete without visiting |London. Set regally along the banks of the windy River Thames, the UK’s lively, cosmopolitan capital is one of the greatest cities on the planet. You can tick off a few of its most iconic sights in a couple of days. These include Big Ben, Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, the Houses of Parliament and the big-hitter of the bunch, Buckingham Palace. Get a bird’s eye view of the lot with a ride on the London Eye or a trip up The Shard, Europe’s highest skyscraper.

Scotland is a country bordered by the cool, deep waters of the North Sea and the numerous lochs and firths that swirl between hundreds of Scottish islands and islets. This is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful countries in the world with a wealth of natural treasures. From the lofty heights of Ben Nevis to the wide, placid waters of Loch Ness and Loch Lomond, Scotland delivers on breath-taking environments.

A must visit place in Scotland is the city o Edinburgh. Edinburgh is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Explore the medieval streets, lush gardens, Georgian architecture, the Royal Mile, and Edinburgh Castle. You’ll also enjoy a unique Scotch whisky tasting experience, and a ghostly underground walking tour, right in the heart of the city.


July and August are peak season throughout England, Scotland, and Wales — with very long days, the best weather, and the busiest schedule of tourist fun. May and June can be wonderful anywhere in Britain.


Holidays to Switzerland are all about the vast mountains, tranquil lakes and cities that bubble with heritage.

Switzerland can encompass a wide range of city experiences, too. Geneva has a lakeside setting and a chic vibe, while Lausanne offers modern art, a buzzing evening scene and a Gothic Old Quarter. Basel is another cultural hotspot, with galleries, festivals and riverside restaurants dotted along cobbled streets. Zurich, meanwhile, mixes a historic centre with cutting-edge clubs and art spaces, many of them in converted factories. Ticino, the Italian-speaking enclave in the south, reveals another side to Switzerland. Here, charming villages perch in valleys, well-dressed locals promenade by picturesque lakes and palm trees provide an unlikely counterpoint to the mountain views. Like so much in this small and utterly unique Alpine nation, the mix feels strangely perfect.

Awe-inspiring landscapes take your breath away, every day, on Switzerland holidays. Ski with views of the mighty Matterhorn, kayak across glacial lakes and hike to magnificent waterfalls. Each season washes over the country with its own colours and a new set of adventures to enjoy in the sun or the snow. No matter what you love to do, this is a land that truly surpasses the imagination.

If you’re planning ski holidays, the best months for snow are typically January and February.  For outdoor adventure activities in warmer weather it is best to visit in May to early October.


Holidays to France tick off upscale boutiques, relaxed cafés and chilled-out beaches, alongside a world-class dining scene. Holidays to France tick off upscale boutiques, relaxed cafés and chilled-out beaches, alongside a world-class dining scene.

Few cities rival Paris with its cosy cafés, waterways – most notably the Seine – and of course the ever-present view of the Eiffel Tower, which is easily the world’s most iconic structure. Bordeaux, meanwhile, pairs all-night coffee shops with UNESCO-listed and Neoclassical architecture. Over in Nice, you get perfect beaches and a look at the country’s glamorous past. Nice is a fine example of what’s so remarkable about cities in the South of France, as it offers rich culture spun together with a beautiful coastline. The often-dubbed French Riviera is a place to not only recline by the sea but to explore classic centres that have been the subject of books and films for decades.

Over in the French Alps, you’ll find winter sports galore not to mention some of the best runs in Europe at Chamonix! Found at the foot of Mont Blanc, the country’s highest peak, the scenery is spectacular too.

Credited for both the Michelin Guide and the macaroon, France is proud of its culinary achievements. It’s here you’ll find many of the world’s best wine-producing regions, too – from Bordeaux to Champagne.
the peak summer months of July and August are best due to the more desirable weather.


Ancient ruins, glorious beaches and vibrant centres – Turkey’s coastal resorts make for charming summer holidays. Relax on golden sands, barter for a bargain in one of many buzzing bazaars or wander in the shadows of ancient monuments such as Side’s Temple of Apollo. Away from the beach, Istanbul is one of the world’s great cities with its minaret-studded skyline and views over the Bosphorus Strait, while Cappadocia is an otherworldly landscape of cave towns and rock-cut churches.

Turkey’s one of the few countries in the world which straddles two continents. Most of the country sits in Asia, while a far smaller portion’s nestled in south-east Europe. The divide’s most notable in the country’s biggest city, Istanbul, which is literally split in two by the Bosphorus River, with the western side in Europe and the eastern side in Asia. The seaside spot of Side packs in an ancient amphitheatre, Roman baths and a 30-kilometre aqueduct that dates back to the 2nd century AD, while the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ephesus has ruins going back to the 10th century BC.

Turkey’s beach scene is top-notch, and it has the awards to prove it. More than 500 of them have been given Blue Flag status, with the best of the bunch sitting on the west and south-west coast. The Aegean Coast in the west’s home to familiar favourites like Bodrum and up-and coming Izmir, while a shuffle south takes you to the Turkish Riviera, where the likes of Marmaris and Fethiye draw in the crowds.

The Dalaman region on Turkey’s south-west coast – known as the Turquoise Coast – is home to Olu Deniz Beach and the famous Blue Lagoon, making it a great pick.


the best time to visit Turkey is in July and August when the temperatures soar into the 30s. For a more explorer-friendly climate, try visiting in April or May when it’s cooler.