Win tickets to Destinations Show

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Date published: 06 Dec 18

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Manchester Event City: 17 – 20 January 2019

London Olympia: 31 January – 3 February 2019

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Start the New Year by visiting this marvellous show, which has travel destinations and holiday options for everyone. Filled with interesting stands from large and niche holiday companies you’ll be offered endless possibilities to see the world, and benefit from show-only deals, discounts and value-added deals. For budding photographers, there are masterclasses available and the Stanford’s Travel Writers Festival offers great talks and presentations. International culture is represented too with dancing and performance, free food and drink from around the globe.

In the Meet the Experts Theatre you’ll hear from Kate Humble and Levinson Wood amongst others in London, and in Manchester you can listen to Pip Stewart and Dr Emma Brennand. A dedicated travel health clinic will be on site for advice and the latest information. This must surely be a superb chance to answer all your holiday queries and fulfil your travel wishes in one!

How to win free tickets - we have 10 pairs to give away

Leave a comment in the box below telling us what your dream destination would be and why. 

The competition ends on 24 December 2018 and winners will be advised shortly afterwards, then you can tell us whether you’d prefer Manchester or London tickets.

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  • Barbaraclucas
    12 months ago
    I would love to travel to Shimla and the surrounding area in India. My father was stationed there during World War 2 working for both the Military and Government. He told me stories of the maharajahs palaces he visited.
  • elena_2
    12 months ago
    My dream destination would be Lausanne in Switzerland. I would love to visit the Bellevue Hotel in Pully, near Lausanne where the family of Carl Faberge stayed after fleeing the Russian Revolution. I would also visit the Montreux Palace Hotel where Vladimir Nabokov joined the community of the emigres. The history would come alive when walking the streets and immersing in the rich cultural heritage in the museums and galleries.
  • IanEngland
    12 months ago
    Central and Eastern Europe are the next big holiday destinations now opening up. We have already experienced 4 wonderful trips to Poland, visited Prague and Budapest. Now we are continuing further to Romania. Since our first trip to Bucharest (such friendly people and historic culture), we now would like to be immersed in the back-in-time countryside and mountainous areas that make one relax, leave the rat race behind and really enjoy the essential reason of what travelling is all about! Mulțumesc / Thank you!
  • Judithmenz
    12 months ago
    Alaska on bucket list
  • greatgran8
    12 months ago
    I have two trips at the top of my list. New Zealand and Canadian Rockies and whale watching cruise.
  • greatgran8
    12 months ago
    I have two trips at the top of my list. New Zealand and Canadian Rockies and whale watching cruise.
  • clarkb2
    about 1 year ago
    Tahiti or Cook Islands.. not choosy! Thank you
  • Lizi
    about 1 year ago
    I would love to go to the Destinations show in Manchester. I say to myself every year that I'm going and never do!! My two dream holidays are 1) to visit the Great Barrier Reef (and learn to scuba dive) or 2) to go on a
    Cruise where the emphasis is on ballroom/latin dancing theme. I'd love to be able to strictly dance!
  • Jimshouse
    about 1 year ago
    I love going to the Destinations Show in London each year. I always come away with so many different ideas for holidays, but usually they are beyond my budget. My dream destination would be a trip to China, to see the Wall, Terracotta Warriors and the Pandas. I collect brochures each year, so I will be ready when my Premium Bond comes up.
  • explorer
    about 1 year ago
    My wife and I are now mortgage free and our dependents have become independent ,we now have a golden opportunity to explore the world , the London Destinations Show sounds just right for us .
  • GBG
    about 1 year ago
    India would be the next dream holiday on my list.
  • GypsyWanderer
    about 1 year ago
    Dream destination, plural I think. How can I select just one. Some I have done, Peru, Galápagos, China, Jordan and am booked for Antarctica next November. But....... The Alhambra, India, seeing the Northern Lights .... so much more to see, to do, to visit. You need to help me choose.