Whether you’re unable to settle on just one destination for your next family getaway or you simply love soaking up as many new sights and cultures as you can, cheap multi-centre holidays are a great option.
Not convinced they’re the right kind of vacation for you? Here’s five reasons that might just change your mind.
1. Multi-centre holidays are ideal for the indecisive
Decided on a country, but can’t choose between two cities or regions? Multi-centre holidays give you the flexibility to pick both (and avoid any family arguments!) Please the kids with a few days by the beach and then fulfil your own dreams of wandering the streets of an iconic city by finishing up your trip in Barcelona, Rome or Paris.
2. They’re often cheaper
It’s not quite two for the price of one, however, cheap multi-centre holidays are definitely a great option if you want an affordable getaway packed with excitement. You can often find cheaper flights if you fly in one airport and out another, plus splitting up all your costs means you can shop around instead of paying full price for one hotel for two weeks.
3. Visiting multiple places can give you the best of both worlds
Can’t pick between a beach retreat or a city break? A multi-centre trip means you don’t have to compromise as you can spend one half of your holiday relaxing on the sand and the other exploring a fascinating new city or charming town.
4. Multi-centre holidays let you see expensive locations for less
If you’ve selected a few destinations that you’re keen to visit but one of them is on the pricier end of the scale, don’t cross it off your list just yet. Instead, incorporate it into your cheap multi-centre holiday itinerary by spending a night or two in the more expensive destination and then saving money by travelling somewhere cheaper afterwards.
5. You can experience multiple different cultures in one go
Multi-centre holidays don’t just to have involve visiting two spots within the same country. You can experience two vastly different cultures on the same trip as long as they have connecting airports or train stations that make them easy to travel between. If you do want to stay put in one country, though, you can soak up two sides of the same culture by choosing a contemporary city and a more rustic rural spot.
What about a cheap multi-centre camping holiday?
Combine the excitement and affordability of a multi-centre holiday with the leisure of a camping trip by booking into two or more of our amazing campsites in Europe. Head to Rome for ancient ruins before spending a week by the sea in sunny Sardinia. Alternatively, set up camp on the edge of a serene lake in Switzerland followed by a few days exploring romantic Paris.