Top 5 Travel Destinations Where They Don’t Talk Funny
Like to travel but hate language barriers? Never you worry, my friend. Here are five travel destinations where many locals speak the Queen’s English…
Majorca is nothing short of heavenly. Anyone who has been there will be amazed by the vibrant nightlife, and the beaches are just terrific. Majorca receives more than 300,000 web searches monthly and this is enough to prove its popularity. For English travellers, this destination provides a surrounding with tranquility full of nature. It is one of the most popular travel destinations in Spain.
On average, more than 400,000 Brits look for holidays in Cyprus online every month. Yeah! Per month! No wonder I have personally visited Cyprus on two occasions myself.
The most popular places in Cyprus are Paphos and Limassol. Paphos has many historical sites that date back to the 4th century. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the southwest of the island. Limassol is the main city in southern Cyprus and provides a popular shopping destination with a variety of products.
Turkey has almost 400,000 online searches every month in Google alone. It is the third most visited destination for English travellers. You get to experience the Ottoman Empire of old with an Asian feel in Europe. Turkey becomes a top destination for holidays and you can see sunny beaches and snowy mountains without much distance between them.
The biggest city in Turkey is Istanbul and many people come to experience the sultan life for a couple of days. The locals are friendly and they speak very good English, making it an easy travel experience for the non linguistically talented out there.
Greek holidays are close on Turkey’s heels in terms of popularity to English travellers. The online searches per month for Greece holidays are slightly below 400,000.
In short, we Brits love Greece, and in particular Crete. Crete is a legendary island believed to be the place where the Greek god Zeus was born. Currently, it is believed to be the place of rest for the Greek gods. Crete is located at the far south in Greece and it is the perfect meeting point of Asia, Africa and Europe. For English travel, Greece can be a perfect place as it is busy and it receives visitors from all over the world.
Enter Africa. Egypt is fifth overall and most visited destination in Africa. It has about 320,000 online searches per month. It is especially good for English folks to travel to in winter, as the weather there is favourable.
Visitors get to enjoy the River Nile’s clear waters with a rich history dating many back many centuries. There are several tourist attraction sites such as the pyramids, Sharm El Sheikh (the city of peace), the Red Sea, and Mount Sinai. The people there are forthcoming and friendly. This is a place that has great reputation. No wonder I have been to Egypt twice and I absolutely loved the place.