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Destination hop: Multi-stop holidays & tours

With so many amazing destinations to choose from for your next holiday, why set your sights on only one? A multi-destination (also known as a multi-stop or multi-centre) holiday is an exciting way to explore more destinations in one trip. One of the best perks for this type of holiday is that you can create your own itinerary based on your interests and preferences, visiting cities, beaches, mountains or a combination of all three.

A multi-stop holiday or tour allows you to really immerse yourself in each destination and get to know the local way of life at a leisurely pace. What's more, booking a multi-stop holiday is often cheaper than booking several individual holidays. By combining your flights, accommodation and activities into one package, you can take advantage of special deals and discounts, saving you money in the long run. Whether you're checking out multiple European cities or going further afield, we've got all the deals to help you book the best multi-stop holiday.

Types of multi-stop holidays

Check out these different types of multi-stop holiday packages and tours for unforgettable experiences that broaden your horizons while saving you money.

Island hopping & multi-stop cruises

If you're looking for a beach-filled holiday, a multi-stop holiday that goes to different islands is a great way to get a feel for the different flavours and sights that islands have to offer. Whether you are island hopping in Greece, Croatia, Thailand or the Caribbean, you'll be able to experience more than just one. Another great way to experience a multi-stop island tour is with a cruise!

Regional multi-destination holidays & tours

Popular destinations like Europe, South-East Asia and South America are huge, and you may find yourself having to decide between which countries and cities to visit. In this case, a regional multi-stop holiday is a good choice. These holidays or tours often include cities and attractions that are relatively close to each other, making it easy to travel from one to the other. A popular multi-stop itinerary in Europe, for example, includes visiting Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin and Prague. This itinerary offers a mix of cultural experiences, historic landmarks and vibrant nightlife.

Cross-country multi-stop holidays & tours

Sometimes you want to explore a country as thoroughly as possible! In this case, a multi-stop holiday is a good choice, especially for those who want to cover a lot of ground in one trip and immerse themselves in different parts of the world. For example, a popular cross-country package in the USA might include visits to New York City, Las Vegas and San Francisco over the course of two weeks. These holidays offer a great opportunity to experience different cultures, landscapes and attractions in different countries or regions.

Theme-based multi-stop holidays & tours

A themed multi-destination holiday allows travellers to indulge their interests and passions while exploring different destinations. Popular examples include a food and wine tour of Italy, where travellers visit different regions to sample local cuisine and wines; an adventure tour of South America, complete with jungle trekking and beach excursions; or a wildlife safari tour of Africa, visiting different game reserves in one or more countries.

Our top 4 destinations for a multi-city holiday

One way to see a bit more of a country is to book a flight and plan your own trip. The following destinations are well-suited for backpackers and those planning their own travel:

1. See a slice of Thailand

Thailand is one of the most popular countries for a multi-stop tour, and you should plan to stay at least one week. Start at Phuket Airport and travel along the west coast to Khao Lak. Explore Khao Sok National Park with its diverse wildlife and then strike out the next day for the small town of Kuraburi. After that, head up north to Ranong, right on the Indian Ocean, followed by Chumphon, the 'Gateway to the South' with its picturesque sandy beaches and turquoise blue sea. Then continue along the east coast to your second-to-last destination, Surat Thani, stopping along the way to pay a visit to Phra Borom That Chaiya with its Buddhist relics.

The final stop of your journey will be Krabi, where you can explore the Tiger's Cave Temple or take tours of the surrounding area - for example, the nearby Noppharat Thara Beach. Then just hop on a plane from Krabi Airport to make your way home.

2. Cambodia - more than just Angkor Wat

Cambodia is another multi-stop tour hotspot in South East Asia. Although you should not miss something as impressive as Angkor Wat, Cambodia has much more to offer. If you want to get to know the country at a relaxed pace, you should set aside at least two weeks. Angkor Wat itself is worth at least three days.

Shorter routes usually focus on Siem Reap (Angkor Wat), Phnom Penh and the seaside town of Sihanoukville. But there is so much more to discover in Cambodia. For example, a longer tour will allow for extended boat trips on the huge Tonle Sap lake, trips to smaller towns such as Kampot and Battambang and excursions to the offshore island of Koh Rong.

3. A tour of Iceland - road trip-style!

A tour through Iceland will impress anyone with its wild nature and imposing rock formations. Be sure to pack waterproof clothes and layers for a trip to the north of the island - the temperature in Iceland can change drastically at a moment's notice. For an unforgettable trip, rent a car or campervan and follow the 1300 kilometre-long road around the island, which will take you over the whole country. Book hotels along the way and in the capital of Reykjavik early because the island attracts many adventure tourists, especially in the summer months. It should come as no surprise - Iceland is home to natural wonders that cannot be found anywhere else in the world.

🏴‍☠️ Pirate tip: Do not miss a trip to Strokkur. This geyser sprays a flume of water vapour into the air at several-minute intervals.

4. A road trip through Sweden - fantastic nature

Many people dream of holidaying in Sweden to see the breathtaking landscapes, untouched nature and bustling cities. What better way to explore this beautiful country than a self-planned tour?

While it's possible to use buses to get around Sweden, you'll be more comfortable and have more flexibility renting a car.