Articles tagged with: city-breaks-short-breaks
Want to book a last-minute Christmas market city break? We’ve listed the best value festive destinations, from Budapest to Lille, according to the Post Office Travel Money Christmas Markets Barometer.
Need some inspiration for where to jet off to in 2014? A host of global events are shining a spotlight on the following destinations…
As Brazil gets ready to kick off the FIFA World Cup next year, footie fans can now plan their trip to Brazil and the cities that will host their country’s football team after the group draw was announced last week.
Motel One is a hotel chain on a mission. Although it is a widely recognised brand name in its native Germany, where it has around 40 properties, Motel One is largely unheralded elsewhere in Europe, with just a solitary UK hotel in Edinburgh thus far.
I am in love…again. Each time I visit Andalucia’s captivating capital, Seville, I am drawn in by its romance and charm, tiny maze-like streets, hidden plazas and elegant architecture. It is by far one of the most romantic cities in the world.
Nowhere is quite like Rio, one of the most iconic cities in the world. Famed for its buzzing party atmosphere, unique coastal landscape and laid back beach lifestyle, the samba city never fails to make an impression. Already top of many travellers’ Brazil bucket lists, the vibrant city is set to welcome even more visitors in 2014 for the FIFA World Cup.
Ever heard of Brixton’s windmill, or wondered what is inside the iconic Battersea Power Station? Now’s your chance to find out!
Visitors to Hong Kong’s Victoria Park will be able to marvel at a new mega lantern sculpture made from 7,000 recycled plastic bottles.
Over 2.3 million requests have been received for up to one million Commonwealth Games tickets as sports fans eagerly hope to book their place at Scotland's biggest ever multi-sport event next summer.
Worried that you’ve missed the boat when it comes to taking a summer holiday? We may have said goodbye to the spell of sunny weather here in the UK, but the mercury is still rising all across the Mediterranean if you want to fit in a sunbathe before the cold, autumnal days set in.
In the year that marks 200 years since the publication of Austen’s most popular novel, Pride and Prejudice, VisitEngland looks at the locations that featured in the lives of Jane and her characters and how readers can follow in their footsteps.
Why we’re loving Yorkshire this week:
London is undoubtedly one of the best cities in the world to explore – an open-air museum of architectural masterpieces, both old and new. But where are the best places to see them all? We pick out some of London’s best views.
Here's what dates to have in your diary this month:
There’s nothing quite like a spa break to escape the stresses of daily life and recharge your batteries and Careys Manor & SenSpa, nestled in the quaint village of Brockenhurst in the heart of the New Forest, proved to be just the ticket.
Nottingham offers the best value city break in the UK, according to an annual cost comparison study released today by TripAdvisor ahead of the August bank holiday.
Edinburgh’s hotel scene has a new addition – The Caledonian, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel – but it’s certainly not a new hotel.
Why have a room when you can have a whole floor?
This weekend Bristol will play host to Europe’s largest ballooning event, The Bristol Balloon Fiesta, from August 8th to 11th 2013.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is back for 2013, promising to be bigger, better and brighter than ever before.
Here's what exciting events and festivals are happening in the UK this month:
A boutique design hotel brand with hotels across Paris, Elegancia Hotels is offering discounts of up to 60 per cent this summer.
Boutique hotel collection myhotels has partnered with Somerset House to provide an exclusive package for guests visiting Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House with American Express.
For the first time, the tourist boards in Norway and West Sweden have joined forces to put together the ultimate five-day self-drive tour, exploring 150 miles of Scandinavia’s most idyllic scenery.
Alan Partridge fan? Now you can follow in his footsteps in his native Norwich with a new walking tour to coincide with the new film release Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa which is launched in UK cinemas on August 7th.