If taking a solo trip has always been an unachieved life goal or if you’re just partial to jetting off for some time alone, there’s some great news in store.
Affordable airline easyJet has launched their very own package holiday service called (you guessed it) easyJet holidays (opens in new tab).
The famously orange brand has made ticking that solo trip off your bucket list a hell of a lot easier for 2020.
They’ve launched loads of fantastic deals on trips for one to some rather desirable locations.
After the travel giant revealed that a hefty 43% of Brits love to travel alone, they decided to unveiled the deals to get more of us heading off on our own.
With many of the solo travel deals totting up to less than £300 and with countries like Greece, Malta, Italy, Portugal and Spain on the location agenda, heading off with just your passport and your luggage to accompany you just got a lot more appealing.
Have a search on the easyJet Holidays website to discover plenty of bargains for this year, with everything from beach breaks to city trips included.
A three night, half board stay at Ibiza’s 4* Grupotel Cala San Vincente, departing from London in May could set you back just £273.
Or you could pay just £271 for a three night trip to the Italian city of Turin in March, staying at 3* Hotel Miramonti on a bed and breakfast basis, departing from Manchester.
If the thought of travelling alone is a seriously daunting one, check out our tips and tricks for having the best solo holiday, how to enjoy it and where to go.
Whether it be perching at the bar for dinner to avoid any awkward alone meal feelings or bringing the perfect inanimate travel companions, there’s undoubtedly some advice that will make going it solo feel more like a breeze.
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