Plan Where To Travel After Coronavirus
The last few weeks have been challenging for everyone, especially for those who have had holidays booked that had to be cancelled.
Due to the uncertainty of the coronavirus spread, many of us might be unsure of when to rearrange travel plans and how long we will have to wait before we can pack our suitcases, book our airport transport service and jet off to our chosen destination.
However, being in lockdown does not mean we cannot dream about our next adventure. In fact, just because we are not allowed to leave the house for the next few weeks, it is important for everyone to remember this will not last forever.
So when this horrible pandemic is over and done with, it would be great to have something exciting to look forward to, such as a relaxing holiday.
For those who do not know where their next adventure should be, an article in The Guardian recommended some great places around the world, all of which have withstood greater disturbances than this recent crisis.
For instance, it suggested travelling to Epidaurus in Greece, which has existed since ancient times. This small city is well-known for being the birthplace of Apollo’s son Asclepius, its nearby sanctuary and its rather impressive theatre.
Previous visitor Mary O’Keeffe said: “When the dust has settled, it would be good to revisit and remind ourselves of some of the eternal wisdoms and pleasures.”
Fellow reader Cath recommended heading to Italy’s Florence. Of course, the Mediterranean country has been at the heart of the Covid-19 crisis, having experienced more fatalities from the virus than any other country.
However, Florence is a reminder the country has survived a lot of disruption in the past, through its ancient Roman Empire to WW2.
Florence is particularly special as it is renowned for its architecture and art history, with Cath saying: “Even in the crowded streets and the museums, you feel totally alone with beauty.”