#MustSeePlaces Linky: March/April 2021



Welcome to the latest #MustSeePlaces linky. With plans to tentatively ease out of lockdown, and with the rollout of vaccines going so well – could there finally be light at the end of the tunnel? We may be able to leave our houses and start exploring again! We will therefore be looking for places to visit – and there’s no better place to promote your favourite #MustSeePlaces than here, in this linky. When we’re allowed, where should we go – close to home or further afield? Please do link your travel posts, and pop back occasionally to read the posts that other travel bloggers have linked up too. Inspire us!

The #MustSeePlaces linky has now reopened and will run for eight weeks, until 26 April 2021.

Favourite posts from the last #MustSeePlaces linky

I have to start with this faraway dream post … Zenbabytravel have been island hopping in the Seychelles. I had no idea there were 115 islands … without a doubt this is one of my dream vacations!

“… perhaps off the radar is Silhouette island, a 93% nature reserve. Beaches are white and pristine by Hilton Labriz: our favourite stretches stood just in front of the spa and Labriz Beach Bar. Cycling around this gem of an island felt super precious: from villa to restaurants, to diving centre, spa and into the wild.” Zenbabytravel

Holidays from Hels have found the best things to do in Bristol with kids. The zoo is my favourite!

Bristol Zoo
“A 30 minute stroll from the centre will take you to a land of seals, gorillas and lions. Also look out for the ever popular monkey zone, the strange Australian blue necked cassowary, smiley otters and cuddly red pandas” Holidays from Hels

Museum Mum went on a weekend break to Hastings. I’ve not been for years, but my favourite place is the Stade and definitely Maggies for fish and chips!

“For lunch, we headed inside one of the old fishermen’s net drying huts for the best fish and chips in town. Maggie’s Fish and Chips is right on the Stade, overlooking the fishing fleet who bring in their specials every day.” Museum Mum

I’m really looking forward to reading your posts next month. Show us your #MustSeePlaces …

The #MustSeePlaces linky remains open until 26 April 2021. If you have visited a destination that left you awestruck, and have written a travel post about it, please do add your posts to #MustSeePlaces. Also, take a few minutes to read some other posts and leave some comments as we all enjoy receiving them.

Join our #MustSeePlaces Linky

  • Add the link of your travel related posts below and, if you like, tweet us a link to it using the hashtag #MustSeePlaces
  • Have a read of some of the other posts too – you might find inspiration for your next getaway or adventure
  • Make sure to come back and visit later in the month, the linky will stay open until the next #MustSeePlaces post

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Tracey is the Content Editor for Flea Enterprises. She also blogs at PackThePJs. Tracey writes mainly about family travel; from days out to road trips with her pet dogs, to cruises and long-haul tropical destinations. Her family consists of her husband Huw, a medical writer, Millie-Mae (14), Toby (12) and Izzy and Jack the spaniels.

Discussion1 Comment

  1. Great to see our Seychelles island hopping article getting a shout in here! The islands are opening up again to all travellers March 25th (after an efficient local vaccination programme!), now just praying for rights and liberties back in UK! Hope you are all keeping well and spring treats you gently.

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