Best City Breaks

Relaxing holidays don't have to be two weeks long; you can have a short city break and still enjoy the local culture, cuisine, and architecture. City breaks are all about seeing a city with new eyes and, whether you want to sit and relax in a café or sightsee all day, a city break is perfect for you.



Founded by Vikings in the 9th century, Dublin is a stunning city to sightsee in – and have a pint afterwards in one of its many pubs while you relax! With a 13th century castle, a 398ft spire, and the architectural marvel of Trinity College, you'll never be bored. From green spaces to other monuments you can visit, make sure to include Dublin on your bucket list.

Exploring Dublin will take you to the Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church, where you'll find St Valentine's remains. Named UNESCO City of Literature in 2010, you can trace famous authors such as James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, and Bram Stoker to the city.


Palma de Majorca

Scenic views and stunning buildings such as La Seu Cathedral are must-see sites in Palma de Majorca. As you stroll through the lovely town and enjoy the temperate Mediterranean weather, you can enjoy the delicious food from the restaurants and the cafés. From museums to beaches and castles, it's a sightseeing lover's dream!

Inhabited since 5,000 BC, Palma de Majorca has many remnants of the several civilisations who occupied it throughout the ages, adding to the city's splendour with stunning architecture.



Did you know that Berlin has approximately 1,700 bridges? That's even more than Venice! And what's better, is that you can explore Berlin through its 180km of waterways and see the city in a completely new way. You can also see a few of these bridges as you walk through the city, exploring its museums and open spaces. With 175 museums to pick from, you'll have plenty to keep you entertained.

Holding the International Berlin Beer Festival, you can try Berlin's own speciality beer – the Berliner Weiße. If you fancy a visit to Berlin's KaDeWe, you can see Europe's largest food department with more than 34,000 different foods on offer.



In the Basilica of Bom Jesus in Goa, you can see the saint Francis Xavier as he was when he died in the 16th century. If you want to catch a taxi but still take in the views and the fresh air, Goa is the only place in which you can take a 'Pilot' – a motorcycle taxi service, in which you can pay to get a lift to where you need to be.

Ruled by the Portuguese for four hundred years until its liberation in 1961, Goa still has Portuguese influences throughout the country. The varied culture and architecture of Goa are protected, with multiple temples to visit.



"Krung Thep Mahanakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthara Yuthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amon Piman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit" or, more simply, Bangkok is the capital of Thailand. Its official Thai name is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest city name – which is understandable!

With gorgeous scenery and beautiful temples, you can see the world's largest, gold Buddha statue in Wat Traimit in Chinatown,standingat an impressive 9.8ft high and weighing 5.5 tonnes. Called the Venice of the East, Bangkok has many canals you can explore by boat and see panoramic views from.


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