Munich, Germany

The capital of Bavaria in southern Germany, Munich has plenty of traditional alpine fare on offer. Crowds gather in the autumn for the annual Oktoberfest beer festival, but the beer halls are open all year round for those wishing to […]

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Brussels at night time

Brussels, Belgium

As the capital of Belgium and the administrative home of the EU, Brussels has a reputation for seriousness. Nonetheless there’s plenty for visitors to explore, from baroque city squares to quirky museums. The centre of Brussels in the square at […]

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Windmills of Kato Mili, Mikonos, Greece

Mykonos, Greece

With over 2000 islands scattered around its coastline, Greece is spoilt for choice when it comes to coastal getaways. Mykonos is a great all-rounder, combining many of the attractions found on other islands with world class hotels and nightlife. Mykonos […]

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Palmenhaus Schönbrunn, Vienna

Vienna, Austria

Vienna is the capital of Austria and an important city in European history and culture. walk the same streets as Mozart and Beethoven, or swap revolutionary ideas in one of the city’s famous coffee shops. Vienna has also been the […]

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Madeira, Portugal

Madeira, Portugal

Madeira is an independent region of Portugal in the Atlantic off the coast of North Africa. The islands are formed from huge volcanoes rising up from the ocean floor, which gives them dramatically beautiful scenery. The year-round warm weather makes […]

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Prague, Czechia

Nicknamed “the city of one hundred spires” Prague is full of historic buildings and winding streets that cry out to be explored. Spread over a number of islands in the Vltava river connected by over thirty bridges, the capital of […]

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Quadrilatero d’Oro, Milan, Italy

Milan, Italy

With a reputation for high fashion and equally stylish architecture, Milan is the perfect city break for those with an eye for design. Outside of fashion week, head to the Quadrilatero d’Oro (literally the Golden Rectangle) to see Milan’s beautiful […]

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Frankfurt - Mainhattan at night

Frankfurt, Germany

Frankfurt is Germany’s business powerhouse, so much so that it is nicknamed “Mainhattan” after the river Main that flows through the city. Some of Europe’s most futuristic skyscrapers can be found here, and the city is particularly well known for […]

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the colosseum rome

The Colosseum, Italy

One of the modern wonders of the world is the Flavian Amphitheatre, also known as the Colosseum in Italy. Built around 2000 years ago, it’s estimated that around 65,000 spectators would attend shows here during the Roman Empire right through […]

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Moscow, Russia

Moscow is a city in the midst of change. Contrasting historic architecture with some of the tallest buildings in Europe, Moscow has culture, political intrigue, Soviet suburbs and urban forests. At the centre of Moscow is Red Square. Here you […]

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