Sometimes a long weekend getaway is just what we need to clear our heads and get refocused at work, at home, or in a relationship. But planning a long weekend can be more challenging than a more traditional vacation. Picking a suitable destination, finding others who will be available, and getting the time off can be tricky. But if you plan it properly, a long weekend can be as rewarding as a longer vacation, at a fraction of the price.
Choose a Destination
The first step is to pick a destination. You want to think of a place where you would like to go that will feel like you are getting away but won’t involve extensive travel, how about a limousine to your destination to ensure you arrive relaxed. As you’re thinking, keep in mind the season and the intent. A long weekend to the beach is always a fun time unless it is a beach in the north east in February. Similarly, a trip to a historic city can be wonderful, but there may be too much sightseeing to do in just a few days. You need to find a seasonally appropriate getaway that will leave you feeling refreshed.
Pick the Group
Once you have figured out where you want to go, you can start thinking about who you will go with. For some, this will be determined before the destination is chosen. But if it isn’t, think about the people who will be able to come, who will …