Flashiness, trendy things and Instagrammable locations are the main things when it comes to millennials-friendly holidays. Picking a holiday destination is something which can be extremely hard, depending on tastes, moods and a lot of other variables. From Europe to America and Asia, there are tons of destinations which could be appealing for the young millennial. Let’s pick the absolute top 4.
#1: Los Angeles
Los Angeles is THE destination when it comes to millennials-friendly holidays. Home of everything Kardashian-related and with Instagrammable locations literally on every single block, LA is a magical place which looks and sounds exactly as it’s advertised in movies and tv series. The best bit? The weather is always (almost) nice and sunny, which could be a great choice for that “winter escape” from your rainy city if you live in Europe.
Berlin is known to many for being the home of techno, street art and a lot more. If you’re into the whole indie movement and, in particular, industrial and electronic music, this could be a fantastic pick for your holiday, or just for a weekend. The best bit to accompany the entire “Instagram friendly” part would be definitely related to the fact that Berlin also offers a variety of history-related sites to see, mostly related to the second world war.
London is a melting pot and a city which never sleeps. The combination of classic British culture with new trends being imported from the rest of the world is London’s main strength and the reason why it’s so millennials-friendly. It’s also transport friendly! Private coach hire is super affordable to help you get there and the tube is easier than ever with contactless payment. Given the fact that it’s still one of the most expensive cities in the world, checking for discounts online would be something good to do, whether if those are restaurant deals or anything else. Apps like the Dines app, in particular for London, are something which should be installed on your smartphone.
If there’s a city which is born for Instagram content, that’d be Tokyo. Japan’s capital is full of trendy stuff to be seen and done: from their manga and anime culture to their very traditional Japanese temples, you will be able to enjoy the net dualism which separates new from “old”, whilst also enjoying great food and superb manners. Tokyo is a must see for everyone and not just millennials.