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Sagrada Familia

Doorway at Sagrada Familia, Barcelona

Amsterdam

Amsterdam has long been a top destination for weekend breaks for everyone More at: City Break: Amsterdam and Embrace Some Serenity With These Amsterdam Hangout Spots.

Athens

Capital of Greece. Tourist Athens and Athens - home to the Parthenon

Barcelona

Second city of Spain and major Mediterranean port, bustling Barcelona incorporates a delightful historic mix of Roman remains, medieval quarters and 20th century avant-garde art. More about the city at: Barcelona - Capital City of Catalunya, Las Ramblas, Sagrada Familia, Parc Guell

Croatia

Croatia's landscape boosts crystal clear turquoise water, dramatic coastline and charming islands, while its cities are scattered with romantic pebble stone streets. More at A Guide To Croatia's Top Cities

Florence

The city receives millions of visitors each year and it's easy to see why. See The Joys Of Florence.

Funchal

The charming town of Funchal is the capital of Madeira and has long been a popular holiday destination: A guide to Funchal

Lisbon

"We drove over Lisbon yesterday in a blazing heat and saw the Church of St Vincent, and the Botanical Gardens where palms and prickly pears and huge cactuses were growing, and enormous oleanders covered all over with the richest red blossom ..." More at: Lisbon 1859

Ljubljana

This is the heart and the Capital City of Slovenia, and is one of the most breath-taking cities in Europe. More at: Beautiful Ljubljana: Capital City of Slovenia

Madrid

Madrid, the Spanish capital, is a charming city with a remarkable cultural heritage Madrid - Capital of Spain

Palma Majorca

Palma is the capital city of Majorca and the island of Majorca's main port. More at: Palma Majorca

Paris

Paris, the French capital is one of Europe's most popular destinations and provides some unique experiences. More at: Paris

Rennes, Brittany

As the capital city of Brittany in Northern France, Rennes is often overlooked on the tourist trail, which is a pity because it's a beautiful city with plenty to see and do and a rich history just waiting to be explored. More at: Rennes

Rome - Capital of Italy

Known as 'the Eternal City' Rome is one of the most varied and historic cities in Europe. More at: Rome - Capital of Italy

Tenerife

The towns on this island feature great attractions. See: More at: The Best Beaches of Tenerife, Spain

Valencia

If you can't choose between a city break and a beach holiday you don't have to when you visit Valencia. More at: A Guide to Valencia

Weimar

"Thanks to the kindness of a soldier we got inside the palace, and saw the rooms where Goethe lived so much with the Grand Duke and Duchess." Read: Weimar 1865


 


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by Robert Andrews, Jules Brown, Rob Humphreys, Phil Lee, Donald Reid
  If ever a nation were both hostage to and beneficiary of its history, it's Britain. The single most important thing to remember when travelling here is that you're visiting not one country, but three: England, Wales and Scotland. For visitors foreign and domestic, that means contending with three capital cities (London, Cardiff and Edinburgh) and three sets of national identity - not to mention the myriad accent shifts as you move between them. More information and prices from:
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