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    Have Your Ever Considered A Holiday Home In One Of These Unique Locations?

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    May 24, 2016

    If you love traveling, booking rooms in hotels could be seriously eating into your budget. There is one way to cut down on all the unnecessary spending on accommodation. Buy your very own holiday home! Sure, it may be expensive at first, but over time, you will save all the money you would normally pay for hotels.

    You could even rent out the property to other travelers while you are not staying there. After a few years, the house could start paying for itself! For a successful holiday home, you need an awesome location.

    And a perfect location is hard enough to find. Have you ever considered one of these unique destinations?

    Nevis, The Caribbean

    One of the many Caribbean islands, Nevis is perfect for sun worshippers and beach lovers. Buy Homes on Nevis here so you always have a base from which you can take advantage of this fantastic destination. Think you’ll get bored on an island?

    Not a chance on Nevis! The island is dotted with fabulous places of historical interest. Columbus discovered the island in 1493 and since then, the island has developed. Explore these developments at the ruins of British colonies that are all over the island.

    There are also some interesting former plantations that are open to the public.

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    Luxembourg City, Luxembourg

    Want a holiday home in a super cosmopolitan city but also want lots of history to explore? Then Luxembourg City could be your ideal destination. The city is an institutional seat of the European Union so has a great buzzy vibe, and you’ll spot lots of important looking people.

    But its historic quarter is also a UNESCO World Heritage Sight, so there are plenty of medieval forts and museums to spend your days in.

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    Oslo, Norway

    Always wanted to visit Scandinavia? Well, how about purchasing some real estate in Norway’s capital city, Oslo! Once an important city in the Viking times, there are now lots of museums dedicated to its history. Visit the Viking Ship Museum to see lots of 9th-century long boats.

    The Fram Museum is home to a large 19th-century polar ship. If museums aren’t your thing, you could spend your holiday sailing up the Oslofjord. Don’t forget to take pictures of the unforgettable views!

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    Split, Croatia

    Croatia’s second-largest city, Split has slowly been growing in popularity over recent years. As it still isn’t a tourist hotspot, holiday home prices are still fairly low.

    Buying a home here will give you a pretty place to stay right on the beautiful Dalmatian Coast. There is a lot of great stuff to do in the city, including seeing the stunning Diocletian’s Palace. You can also lounge on Brac Beach, and watch a ballet at the Croatian National Theater.

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    Dublin, Ireland

    Love Guinness? Then maybe a home in Dublin could be right up your street! The National Museum of Ireland goes back through the country’s past 4,000 years of history. You’ll also be able to visit the medieval St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Dublin Castle.

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    Good luck searching for your ideal holiday home. Once you buy one, vacations will never be the same again!

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    On the other hand, if you would rather spend your time in India on your pocket money, here are some ideas for you,

    Top 5 Indian Travel Destinations You Can Do On A College Budget

    Views presented in the article are those of the author and not of ED.

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