I need a little help to choose the best domain-name since i´m a bit unused to the international market (i´m from Sweden). I´m gonna set up a tourist-oriented site with info about the city of "La Rochelle". This page is designed to appeal to international visitors, mainly British and Americans but also others in most of EU.
a .com-domain would ofcourse be the best, but sorry to say that´s not an option. So I have these as options to choose from:
I understand that holiday/holidays is the common term in England while vacation/vacations is the U.S. equivalent (unsure about the rest of the EU though). If I was only targeting visitors from England I would probably go with the first option, but the question is if co.uk is better then .eu in general or only in England. I´m also not sure which variant of the word (ending with or without S) is most correct to use.
I´d appreciate any input from both American and English people or webmasters used to working towards both markets.
PS: Never mind the city La Rochelle, it was just as an example because it is a popular destination for British and internationals.