This is a two-part question:
Part one: What's the difference between these two sentences below.
Where are you going for holiday.
Where are you going on holiday.
What exactly does 'On' and 'For' mean in the context above, and what is the difference in their implications? In addition, if I want to use the preposition 'for' do I have to put a pronoun/article after it for the construction to be grammatically correct? E.g. Where are you going for YOUR holiday?/ I went to Italy for A holiday.
Part two: Is the sentence 'Tell me a good place for holiday' correct? Is so, why isn't it as common as 'Tell me a good place to go on holiday'? If it isn't correct, can I change it to 'Tell me a good place for A holiday' or 'Tell me a good place for holidaying'?
Many thanks in advance.