We get a lot of visitors on our site searching for a ‘Book Today Go Tomorrow’ or a ‘Book Today Fly Tomorrow’ holiday, so much so that we thought it must be the name of an established tour operator or something. Well after rummaging around the internet for an operator of this name, we came up short. Rather, it seems that this is just terminology used by many of you out there looking for a last minute holiday leaving tomorrow. If that’s the case then how lucky you are that you have stumbled upon this website. Many of our visitors simply click our on page ads (look on the left) and go on to find a wonderful last second holiday, often at great prices.
Alternatively, you can follow up with the plethora of agencies out there that offer an innumerable selection of last minute package holidays to all sorts of destinations be they European, trans-Atlantic, Far Eastern or something even more exotic.
LastMinute.com and eBookers are well known but other agencies such as Teletext Holidays and Co-operative Travel have an enticing selection of holidays on offer. Their websites are easy to use and within minutes you could be all booked with nothing but your packing left to do.
How does an all-inclusive Tenerife holiday sound? Fly out from Gatwick, 7 nights for 2 adults costs from just £239 per person. The same deal for Cyprus costs from just £311. Or what about the magical island of Majorca? You can find last minute deals of the day from under £150!
So what are you waiting for? Logon on to one of these wonderful sites, book your holiday today and go tomorrow before the weekend is over.
Majorca for example is a great destination for lovers of sun, sand and sea. The largest of the Balearic islands, it has a staggering 100 beaches plus to choose from. Those on the west of the island are not the most popular but the spectacular coastline and views to be seen from locations such as Cala Deia or Sa Calobra make them worth the effort.
If you prefer to sample the local wares, there’s no shortage of mercadillos, the small, traditional local markets that sell everything from farm produce to antiques. Stop by Santa Maria, Manacor and Santanyi for an authentic experience.
And for the cultural buffs, make a trip to the splendid capital city that is Palma. Chock-full of cultural attractions, the picturesque harbour front, ancient buildings and tree-lined boulevards have been wowing visitors for decades if not centuries!
Flights to Palma fly from all major UK airports including Birmingham, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Bristol, East Midlands and Stansted. Its only about 2 hours flight away and the currency used there is Euros. A three-course meal will cost between £20 and £30, a bottle of water about £1 a cappucino about £1.50 and fast-food meal about a fiver.