Top 6 City Breaks in Europe

The best European city breaks are just a short hop away and with our pick of the best destinations you won't have to spend hours searching for a place to go on your next short break.Whether you’re planning to return to an old favourite with fresh eyes, or visit somewhere completely new, we’ve got you covered with our top European city breaks for 2021. Please note, the destinations are in no particular order.


Number 1 - Amsterdam


Possibly, one of the most well known and popular tourist destinations in Europe. WIth beautiful canals, Iconic narrow houses and a fascinating history. Therefore, it does not require much introduction. However, if you are not aware of what it has to offer let us fill you in. Amsterdam is full of natural beauty, you can simply just meander around the city (either on foot or bike) visit the Dam square, the Red light district, Old center or even the museums districts as everything is in very close proximity. Furthermore, we can express from our own experiences that the food in Amsterdam is outstanding. With street food to fine dining experiences or even cafes.



Number 2 - Venice


Venice is one of the most important tourist destinations in the world, known as the City of Canals, offering phenomenal architecture, lively bars and restaurants. Venice is built on 100 small islands within a lagoon, in the Adriatic sea. There are no roads within central Venice, just canals and a 4km bridge connecting to the mainland. There is so much exploring to be done when in Venice, whether it's walking around the beautiful city on foot or using the famous gondolas to sightsee from the water, you will not be disappointed with what the city has to offer. If you are looking for a truly unforgettable holiday experience in a unique city full of wonderful Italian food, boosting spectacular scenery and ancient history then Venice is the destination for you!



Number 3 - Barcelona, Spain


Barcelona is a remarkably different city, filled with character. With almost everything you are looking for in a travel destination. Home to beautiful architecture, Delightful Tapas and such diverse culture. Barcelona is a must for anyone wanting to visit Spain. I warn you though, you might never want to leave.



Number 4 - London, United Kingdom


One of the busiest cities in the world, London is a vibrant, multicultural metropolis. Each of its 32 boroughs has its own, distinct character, from hip Hackney to historic Westminster and leafy Richmond to grand Kensington and Chelsea. Imposing landmarks are juxtaposed with cutting-edge architecture and innovation, and leading museums compete with world-class theatre, design, an astonishing number of wide open green spaces and superlative hotels, restaurants and bars. With celebrated sites at every turn, from St Paul's to the Shard and the National Gallery to the Tate Modern, London is a timeless city offering a fascinating mix of old and new.



Number 5 - Rome, Italy


Ahh, la dolce vita! Rome is one of those city break destinations that’s hard to ignore. Famous for the Roman heritage of the Colosseum, the Pantheon and the Forum, Rome draws crowds all year round to see its wealth of ancient history. Another big draw is the Vatican – the centre of the Catholic Church and a regular Pope-watching spot. With the huge St Peter’s cathedral at its centre, this complex houses an outstanding collection of fine art in what is the smallest independent state in the world.Add the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain and fabulous Italian cuisine, and you’ll have plenty to pack in on your city break to Rome.




Number 6 - Dubrovnik, Croatia


Dubrovnik, is a stunning walled city, overlooking the stunning aquatic border between Croatia and italy. With its rich history and remineces of when it was once the capital of the republic of Ragusa (1358-1808). It's what makes it Croatia's most upmarket destinations. With its mixture of both Historical and Natural Beauty, the city is a must see when visiting Croatia.



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