Where To Travel For A Cheap Break



Ticking the cheap box is not just about cheap flights. To appreciate post-pandemic holidays, you require cheap accommodation, a lot of free exploring, and decent alfresco street-food dining.


With this in mind, we’ve narrowed down our enormous list to just four places that guarantee an amazing adventure. And you can book these places for as little as £40pp.


1. Nicaragua

Mukul Beach, Golf & Spa | Nicaragua's Secret Gem
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Nicaragua is famous for its impressive beaches, wild Pacific waves, quaint towns, idyllic islands, and 19 volcanoes.


Much of the country’s 550 miles of coastline. It is quiet and a perfect relaxation destination. There’s plenty to see elsewhere beyond the pristine sandy stretches of this perfect post-lockdown escape.


2. Morocco 

What to Wear in Morocco: A Style Guide for Travelers - Tortuga
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Morocco is the perfect introduction to Africa for people looking to branch away from their normal holiday destinations. Casablanca and Marrakech offer a mix of ornate architecture and bustling markets, while Essaouira on the west coast is a beautifully faded seaside resort. Hotels are cheap wherever you go.


3. Turkey 

Turkey: Hagia Sophia to be open for everyone
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History, culture, and practically guaranteed sunshine… where better to find all these than in Turkey? First stop on your post-pandemic travel adventure: Istanbul. Try street food specialty Balik Ekmek or a catch-of-the-day fish sandwich, then visit the Hagia Sophia. This 1,500-year-old complex was used as a church in the Byzantine era and then a mosque by the Ottomans. Since its recent conversion back into a mosque, entry is now free.


4. India 

Golden Temple Amritsar - Saundarya Tour Travels
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The mother of all adventures, India may not scream ‘luxury’ – but traveling this awe-inspiring country has its rewards. And one of the biggest will be on your wallet.


A few weeks spent hopping between colorful cities, temples, and historical landmarks via trains and by road need only set you back around £300.


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