January is a bumper time for the holiday industry as consumers flock to book their 2015 breaks. Here are the top ten destinations for next year as predicted by David Wickers and Mark Hodson, both travel writers for The Sunday Times.
Spain | Still the number one destination for British travellers, Spain offers everything from fabulous beaches to top-quality nightlife. Amongst the most popular areas are Tenerife, and the ever-popular Costas.
France | France is right up there for a Paris city break, a Corsican beach holiday or a wine-tasting tour of Burgundy.
Greece | Friendly tavernas, fine weather and blue seas attract visitors in their thousands year after year. Choose from whitewashed Corfu villas or an action-packed beach holiday in Crete.
USA | This is the top long-haul location for Brits, whether on city breaks to New York, family holidays to Florida or exciting trips to Las Vegas.
Great Britain and Ireland | For many British holidaymakers, there is nothing better than staying close to home during the annual break. Choose from a caravan park in Cornwall, a world-class hotel in Edinburgh or a trip to the Emerald Isle and the fair city of Dublin.
Italy | Italy is one of the world’s must-see destinations, offering a host of iconic places, from the Leaning Tower of Pizza and the sights of Rome to the unforgettable canals of Venice and the beautiful Lake Garda.
Turkey | The welcome tourists receive in Turkey is always as warm as the weather. Top destinations include the bustling resort of Bodrum and the stunning seaside village of Fethiye.
Egypt | Offering a multitude of holiday experiences, a trip to Egypt can involve everything from a Nile cruise to a diving adventure in the colourful Red Sea.
Croatia | The city of Dubrovnik is packed with history, and the beaches on Hvar island are hard to beat.
Thailand | Bustling Bangkok is a destination that will never be forgotten, whilst Phuket is a top location for a tropical trip of a lifetime.