After two years of highly restricted travel, 2022 might just be the year we finally get to experience holidays as normal once again.
There are so many destinations that have now opened up to foreign travellers, that it can be hard to know where on your list to cross off first.
If you’re hoping to make 2022 the year of the holiday, check out these four fantastic places to consider for your next trip abroad.
1. Almere, The Netherlands
Located just outside Amsterdam, Almere needs to be on your travel list for 2022.
Between April and October this year, it’s home to the once-in-a-decade Floriade Expo. This horticultural exhibition is a fantastic experience that will ignite a long-lasting love of gardening in any visitor.
And being just a short distance from the capital, you won’t be short of things to do on your 2022 Holland holiday.
2. New Orleans, USA
If you’re after something a little different from the typical vacation destinations of the US, why not consider adding New Orleans to your list? The city has rebuilt itself time and time again after devastation inflicted by hurricanes.
From gin and jazz to haunted ghost tours of the city, you’ll have plenty to keep you entertained on your travels.
And if you’re available for a short notice vacation, fly out in late April to catch the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
3. Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen is widely considered to be one of the happiest cities in the world. With a big push towards sustainability, the encouragement to cycle rather than drive, it’s also rapidly becoming one of the greenest.
With so much to see and do, you’ll be able to make the most of this incredible city. From the fairy tale style of Rosenborg Castle to the mouth-watering dishes a Torvehallerne food market, Copenhagen is an absolute travel must.
4. Sydney, Australia
After severely limiting travel in the hopes of preventing the spread of Covid 19, Australia is once more open to tourists.
So if you’ve never visited Sydney before, you’re in for a treat. You’ll be amazed at the architectural brilliance of the opera house, and if you don’t mind heights, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is well worth the walk across – on a clear day you’ll get incredible views of the city.
Travel is one of the most rewarding experiences that life has to offer. But with the demands of everyday life, it can be hard to put our lives on hold so frequently.
Luckily, the pandemic has actually paved the way for greater freedom for would-be travellers, as many jobs can be done from anywhere in the world, and with distance learning providers such as Anglia Ruskin University, we can study on the move.
If you’re ready to start seeing the world, consider your alternatives for a career and education, and start making the most of your life.
What are your 2022 travel plans? Tell us about them in the comments below!
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