TEveryone knows that Christmas is an especially chaotic time of year. This is never proven more aptly than when it comes to travelling abroad for all the festivities. You may find the desire to get creative with your travel arrangements, but by the same token, you may accept your fate for a chaotic venture abroad at Christmas. Nevertheless, you can at least make the best of it!
Travelling By Car
The roads themselves are nearly always clogged up with traffic at this time of year, so don’t expect a smooth ride. It’ll be the same just about everywhere. That said, if you’ve got you radio loud and some good company in your vehicle with you, you’ll soon start to enjoy the traffic jams. Adventure is adventure and good times are good times; long traffic queues can’t take these things away from you! Get yourself a good singalong soundtrack for the car, we totally recommend Mamma Mia, everyone knows the words to ABBA songs.
You might not get a seat and face being really crammed in between carriages, but at least you’ll get where you need to go. Moreover, if you’re a student or you any other age criterion, you will be able to snag some much-needed discounts for your fare. If you’re still not convinced, you won’t be bored during your trip if you are well prepared with audible books and downloads to make the journey go faster.
Empty Legs Flights If your trip is a long one, make VisaJet your go-to option. Their empty leg flights are the return flights that aircraft crew make to restock, refuel and get some rest. Because of this, they’re a one-way trip with initially no passengers, but that’s where the empty legs come in. You can embark on that journey if it’s to where you happen to be going, and all for a discounted price too