Even the Queen need some time off from her duties. And, in doing so, she has visited many countries for her vacations. Here we have a list of her favourite places.
Maybe it can help you in choosing a spot for your vacations quite easily.
Before Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate was married, they took several ski trips to Klosters, Switzerland together. It’s an amazing destination where Prince William grew up going to with his family.
And you know what? It was on this trip, that William first publicly kissed Kate Middleton. But before it was the Queen who was enjoying her days here.
Despite being divorced, Prince Andrew and Sarah went skiing in Verbier with their two daughters, Beatrice and Eugenie, and the family still continues to vacation here. An extra information: Eugenie met her fiancee, Jack Brooksbank while visiting this ski town.
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This location in Switzerland is said to be one of the Queen’s favourite vacation spot.
ST. TROPEZ, FRANCE.
Queen Elizabeth usually used to visit S. Tropez in France for her informal meetings and all but then she suddenly stopped. Here’s why;
In July of 1997, Princess Diana and her two sons, William and Harry went to the south of France with Dodi Al Fayed. A little more than a month after this trip to France, Diana and Fayed got killed in a car crash in Paris.
This is one of the most common places the British royal family escapes to during their vacation time. It’s the Balmoral Castle in the Scottish Highlands, which was built in 1856.
Here, Queen Elizabeth and her husband, Prince Philip celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in November of 1972.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip spent their honeymoon in Malta. There, Prince Philip was stationed with the Royal Navy in 1947.