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Each Year in Britain we spend around £503m on cards, flowers chocolates and other gifts for Valentine’s Day. Whether you treat the day as a fantastic time to show your love or as a commercial nuisance, most of us do ‘buy’ into the holiday in one way or another.
How ever you feel about Valentine’s Day, why not avoid the overpriced chocolates, roses and cuddley toys, and instead invest in something more meaningful, like a romantic break to reconnect and relax together.
whether you’re thinking about a luxury UK spa weekend, or a break further afield to explore a new destination together, a holiday will definitely be better received than a bunch of garage flowers! You could head for somewhere like Paris, the most romantic city in the world, for relatively cheaply if you shop around in advance, or really lay on the romance by heading to somewhere like New York or Venice.
When you decide to surprise your loved one with a few days away, whether it be for Valentine’s Day or at any time of Year, just remember to finish the planning properly by investing in quality travel insurance to protect you and your partner against any unforeseen holiday disasters.
Many might only consider insurance for week long trips abroad, however whether you’re travelling in the UK or World Wide, for three days or 18 months, you should have insurance. Imagine planning to travel to beautiful Paris for a long weekend, and finding yourself delayed, or having to cancel due to illness. Or worse still, if you’re planning to propose a holiday disaster like missing luggage could completely ruin the event! This would not be the relaxed, romantic few days you had hoped for.
You can purchase single trip travel insurance from as little as £4.92, for a quote or to travel insurance visit Holidaysafe.co.uk.Please note, Holidaysafe's online prices automatically include a 15% discount against our Customer Service Centre prices.
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