Lichfield, United Kingdom (PressExposure) January 06, 2010 -- UK holidaymakers will be shopping around for summer holiday bargains in 2010, with many taking 10 or 11 day breaks rather than a traditional 2 week stay says online travel agency [http://www.holidays-direct.co.uk].
All inclusive holidays will be more favourable to self catered holidays as holidaymakers want greater value for money.
Jon Pearce of Holidays-Direct.co.uk said, âUK travellers donât want to give up a traditional summer holidays, instead they want to break it up and go on more frequent holidays to bargain resorts, like all inclusive holidays in Turkey.â
Holidays-Direct have compiled a list of the top destinations for 2010:
Turkey â A popular all inclusive holiday destination with great cultural excursions
Egypt â Great for snorkelling and all inclusive holidays with a hot and sunny climate all year around
Morocco â This North African country is popular for excursions and shopping in the famous markets or souks
USA â A range of city breaks choices and sunny holidays, the USA has a bit of everything to offer
Sri Lanka â A great destination to experience different cultures and value for money all inclusive holidays
Dubai â Has a hot sunny climate all year round and is a favourite for couples,Â the UAE has great culture and architecture as well as plenty of shopping malls
South Africa â The 2010 World Cup will draw many tourists and football lovers
Bulgaria -Â A budget friendly and all inclusive popular destination with a comfortable climate
Thailand â Great for site-seeing excursions and culture with a hot sunny climate
Tunisia â Traditional soukâs to visit and warm and sunny climate, a great all inclusive holiday destination which is budget friendly.
Jon continues, âHolidays in Europe where countries arenât part of the Euro will remain popular choices as many holidaymakers donât just go to sunny or tropical countries for sun, sea and sand.Â Many now go to get a taste of the culture and enjoy the different excursions or to see the World Cup in South Africa.â
Destinations with something unique to offer as well as resorts that have been re-developed over the previous year will certainly be top of UK holidaymakers lists to visit in 2010.