Goodbye to everyday life: A (short) trip at Christmas will give you a few days off where you can really relax. Christmas stress, hectic, to-do lists, commitments, shopping lists? That’s all water under the bridge then.
Quality-Time: Anyone who travels to a beautiful place for a few days at Christmas consciously takes Quality-Time for himself and his family. There can’t be a more valuable gift for Christmas.
White Christmas: Snow in the mountains or a snow-white sandy beach in the Dominican Republic. The main thing is white! If you open up your travel calendar for a Christmas holiday, you have the advantage of almost being able to choose the weather for Christmas. There are plenty of destinations – we’ll show you!
Leisure instead of mousse! Anyone who creates a Christmas menu for a visit knows what that means. Finding ideas, shopping, preparing. In an enchanting chalet with catering or in a relaxed short holiday over Christmas you will be cooked in a hotel. A dream!
Experiences and memories: Travelling over the holidays creates intense memories. Joint adventures strengthen the sense of togetherness within the family and the partnership, which also proves to be a great stroke of luck in everyday life. “Do you remember…?”
Chaos – what is it? Christmas at home leaves unmistakable traces in the form of dirty crockery, a clear festive mood and lots of wrapping paper. And not to forget the Christmas tree to be decorated and the Christmas decorations. Those who spend the days between Christmas and New Year’s Eve elsewhere will save themselves the chaos and return to a tidy home in a relaxed manner.