Many are the ones who decide to go on holiday in September, because of the fact that it’s cheaper and also because of the fact that many beautiful locations are not that busy during those days. Europe is a gold mine when it comes to cheap, beautiful locations that you can visit with a very small budget. Let’s break down the top 5 destinations that you can visit this year.
Rodi is a great location in terms of sights, sea and entertainment: being one of the oldest cities in Greece and being well renowned for its Colossus (that, unfortunately, has been destroyed a couple of centuries ago), the city is also close to Faliraki, a famous location for everyone who looks for a bubbly nightlife.
Being incredibly cheap and with many well-designed hotels, you will enjoy yourself while eating great food, which is quite a big deal.
Chosen because of the fact that the island offers cheap entertainment and a great seaside, Malta has more to offer than just that, though: the Valletta fortification walk has been described as one of the best sunset-related experiences in the world, which is enough to include this destination within this top 5. With small, typical places famous for the class of their outdoor living furniture, the island has an intimate yet interesting architecture, which will fit everyone’s taste.
Ireland’s capital has a lot of famous spots and it could be visited in around 3 days. There are many guides online available on what to do in 3 days there, but the top 3 spots you must check in their entirety are, of course, O’Connell Street, Merrion Square and the National Museum of Ireland, which offers one of the biggest archaeological treasures in the world.
Since we included Dublin in this top 5, we can easily include another big city, close to it. London is always a great choice for a small holiday, even if its prices went up a bit in the past 4 years. From Buckingham Palace to the London Eye, the city still offers entertainment for days and, for the ones who are really passionate about the English culture, a life won’t be enough to explore every single sight the city has to offer.
Italy is one of those destinations that you can keep in mind for every period of the year: for example, throughout September, especially in the south, you will be able to attend many different local foods festivals, which are always quite the treat, especially if you’re not on a strict diet!