Where would you most like to visit after the lockdown is lifted?
Probably the first people you will want to visit once the restrictions introduced by the current pandemic are lifted will be friends and family, whether they live locally or are some distance away in another part of the country.
But, over the years we have looked in our blogs at some of the many beautiful places with which we are blessed in Suffolk in our Suffolk Jewels series. You can still read them in our blog archive.
They included the historic village of Lavenham, a few miles north east of Sudbury, and close to Hadleigh, both of them historic market towns, Lavenham contains more than 300 buildings of architectural importance from the Medieval and Tudor periods that have remained untouched by time.
Or if you enjoy walking in the countryside, you can choose various places along the heritage coast such as Rendlesham Forest, or the Minsmere RSPB nature reserve.
In the south of the county there are many walks to be had in the Stour Valley and Dedham Vale, not to mention Flatford, the birthplace of the artist John Constable.
It is too soon to say whether there will be Christmas markets either in the UK or in Europe, but we can always hope that normality has returned in time for the festive season, although sadly, this year’s Christmas Market in Bury St Edmunds has already been cancelled. It remains to be seen whether it will be possible to visit one of the famous European ones in Germany, Austria and South Tyrol.
By the end of this crisis, many of us will be dreaming of an early New Year ski trip or of a holiday somewhere warm, like Mauritius, which we featured in a recent blog.
You may just be happy to be free to go out for a meal or a day at the Newmarket Races. Or if you are planning/dreaming ahead there is always the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics in 2021!
Whatever your travel needs or dreams Superb Travel Suffolk will be on hand to get you to and from the airport. Just give us a call.