Miles of coastline in Brittany

Brittany, France

Today’s family friendly destination is Brittany in France. This area of North West France sticks out into the Atlantic, and has a very distinctive feel to the rest of France. Expect miles of stunning coastline, fresh seafood and glorious forests […]

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Glen Affric, Scotland

Despite being widely regarded as one of the most beautiful glens in Scotland, Glen Affric’s location in the far north of the Highlands and lack of road access means it’s rarely featured on tourist itineraries. However those that do make […]

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Kungsleden, Sweden

One of the most hiked trails in Sweden, the Kungsleden (or “King’s Way”) is 400km through the National Parks of Lapland. Prepare to travel through the Arctic landscape, past beautiful rivers, high peaks and the occasional herd of reindeer. Those […]

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The Azores

The Azores, Portugal

Alone in the middle of the Atlantic ocean lie a small group of islands, the tops of huge underwater mountains poking above the waves. These are the Azores, a hidden gem 1,500 kilometers west of Portugal. Only discovered in the […]

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Dublin, Ireland

Sitting at the mouth of the River Liffey, Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland. With vibrant nightlife, great shopping and plenty of culture, it’s a great choice for a short break. Dublin has a rich culture, with […]

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Lights in a market in Instanbul

Istanbul, Turkey

Straddling Asia and Europe, Istanbul is a melting pot of cultures, religions and historical influences. Experience the splendour of empires in the Topkapi Palace or Aya Sofya, where glittering mosaics, beautiful courtyards and breathtaking architecture come as standard. Food lovers […]

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Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam is in many ways the ultimate city break. You’ll find culture, history, great food and nightlife crammed into an atmospheric city with superb transport connections. Whether your idea of fun is taking in some Renaissance painting, discovering the city’s […]

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Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, the capital of Sweden is spread over 14 islands where Lake Maleren meets the Baltic Sea. As well as being the largest city in Scandinavia it is also one of the greenest cities in the world – a huge […]

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The Brandenburg Gate

Berlin, Germany

Once divided by a wall, Berlin is now a major world city with a booming economy. Home to top universities, high tech start ups and a thriving arts scene, Berlin has an incredible amount to offer to visitors. While much […]

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Lively tapas bar

Madrid, Spain

Madrid may not have the instantly recognisable landmarks of other Spanish cities, but the capital has more intangible delights to discover. With several world-class art galleries, beautiful parks and full-on nightlife, Madrid is the place to be. The centre of […]

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