Fancy a city break? Go to Prague! It is simply one of the most gorgeous cities in Europe, where superlatives slip off the tongue about its fairytale Baroque and Gothic architecture, best enjoyed from the famous Charles Bridge over the River Vtava.
Jersey is attractive for many more reasons than being a tax haven and a port for those with their own yacht (maybe one day!), like beaches, countryside, cycling, walking, seafood, history, music festivals… and best of all, Bergerac.
Hip and happening Valencia is an exciting alternative to Barcelona or Madrid for a short Spanish city break. Explore the atmospheric Barrio del Carmen, visit the Ciudad de las Artes y Ciencias cultural centre, or just hit the beach and hit the bars!
If Miniatur Wunderland - the world's largest model railway layout - isn’t enough to tempt you to Hamburg, how about the infamous district of St. Pauli, with its numerous bars and clubs where the drinking and dancing go on until morning?
‘The Pearl of the Adriatic’, as it’s called in the brochures, really is a rather stunning city, its 13th century Old Town befitting of its UNESCO Heritage status. It’s certainly an impressive setting for sipping alfresco cocktails on a summer’s evening.
Bratislava may not top the list of obvious European city break destinations, but the Slovakian capital is a cracking place to visit, even if you do little else but wander the medieval streets of its old centre, stopping to refuel for a beer or Kofola – the local cola.
Where? Fly to the city of Lamezia Terme to explore the little-visited region of Calabria in southern Italy, boasting picturesque hilltop towns, three national parks and perfectly Italian seaside resorts such as Pizzo and Falerna.
Got a table booked at Noma? Even if you’re only on the waiting list for the world’s top restaurant, you’re sure to find a good bite to eat in the Danish capital. Yes, it can be an expensive place, but save money on a cheap flight and you’ve already earned that meal out.
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