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View from Heiligenblut, below the Grossglockner, Austria

Austria, Switzerland and Netherlands

Hello Vienna, Austria! Known for its classical music composers, historic castles and Schnitzel, a visit to Vienna Austria is recommended for history buffs and music lovers. It’s here in Vienna that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart composed his first music piece aged 5. At the same age, he performed a music tour through Europe. Vienna is also home to the king of waltz Johann Strauss Jr. To this day his piece “Blue Danube” is very popular in Europe and around the world. There’s also Beethoven, Brahms and Schubert. When it comes to classical music, Vienna will not disappoint. Explore the sights and sounds...

London, England – United Kingdom

Once a Roman city of around one square mile, modern Greater London is a vast and sprawling city that encompasses not only a large urban area but many surrounding suburban communities. It also includes large green parks and open spaces. As a vibrant multicultural metropolis, London is full of as many different people as it is different experiences. As one of the world’s leading major cities, it’s an internationally-renowned centre of culture, music, fashion, and more, making it not only a great place to live, but also a fantastic holiday destination.
Eiffel Tower, tourist attraction in Paris France

France in Europe

Thanks to its world-class art, wide variety of architectural styles, enchanting cities and countryside, and fabulous cuisine, France sees more tourists every year than any other country in the world. While Paris is the iconic French city destination, there's much more to France than this, and there are surprises and adventures waiting around every corner. Where to Go in France No holiday in France is complete without at least a day or two in Paris, the City of Light, with its many famous landmarks, art galleries, and historic monuments. Walk along the banks of the Seine, or in the city's green...
Beautiful view of famous Grand Canal in Venice, Italy


Gorgeous countryside, cities with an ancient lineage, incredible art and architecture, and fabulous food and wine, all make Italy one of Europe's most popular holiday destinations. With plenty of fun activities for family holidays, and sun-soaked Tuscan villas, coastal beaches, and relaxing spas for luxury escapes, Italy is a great option for any kind of holiday. Where to Go in Italy Cities Italy is home to some truly incredible cities—Rome, Milan, Florence, Venice—each of which is a fantastic holiday destination. Rome is unique for its integration of historic sites such as the Parthenon and the Colosseum into the city's design and way of...
Neuschwanstein castle in Bavarian alps, Germany

Germany Travel

Germany is often thought of as a somewhat homogeneous country, more or less the same wherever you go, but nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, Germany is the largest country in central Europe, and it's diverse in terms of its people, geography, and culture. Where to Go in Germany Germany's 16 states, including the three city-states of Berlin, Bremen, and Hamburg, can be grouped into five main regions—east, west, north, south, and central Germany. Northern Germany includes the cities of Bremen and Hamburg, and as this region is on the country's coast, some of its more popular holiday destinations...
Gran Via Madrid Spain

Spain for the Holidays 2024

With its relaxed and friendly locals, fantastic cuisine, gorgeous scenery, and exciting nightlife, Spain is an excellent European choice for virtually any kind of holiday. Resorts on the Canary Islands and the Mediterranean coast provide the perfect setting for luxury holidays in Spain, while locations such as Majorca, Barcelona, and Tenerife are highly popular for families looking for fun in the sun. Where to Go Spain is well known for its beaches, and the most popular destinations for beach holidays are the Mediterranean coast, and the Canary Islands, Gran Canaria and Tenerife. Most beach-side package holidays in Spain are in these locations,...
Madeira Island Holidays

Madeira Island Holidays

The Madeira Islands are an archipelago situated just off the south coast of Portugal; the largest island of the group is also called Madeira, and is an immensely popular holiday destination thanks to the incredible scenery and beaches, and pleasantly mild Mediterranean climate. Where to Go and explore in Madeira  Funchal is widely regarded as one of Portugal's most beautiful cities, a title that is well-deserved, and most apparent when the city is lit in the evenings. Funchal is an ideal base for family holidays in Madeira, with nearby attractions such as the Monte Palace Gardens, Funchal Cable Car, sightseeing and boating...
Firopotamos beach on the island of Milos, Cyclades, Greece.

Santorini Beaches, Cyclades, Greece

Santorini is part of the Greek island group called the Cyclades. The island is a volcanic one, and its distinctive crescent shape, which encircles a deep blue lagoon, is the result of an eruption that occurred several centuries ago. With a total land area of just over 90 square kilometres, Santorini is a small island, but there’s a lot to see and do, and many beautiful places and beaches that are perfect for relaxing and soaking up the sun. Featured Product Where to Go in Santorini There are few places more perfect for villa holidays than Santorini, where the Mediterranean climate and the incredible...
Oyster travel card London

Oyster Travel Card London

If you're planning on spending any time in London, then you'll need to get yourself an Oyster Travel card. This contactless card makes it easy to pay for your journey on all public transport in the city. Whether you're taking the bus, the train, the Tube, or the DLR, an Oyster card is the best way to pay. 1. The Oyster Travel Card The Oyster card is a travel card that can be used on all public transport in London. It is a contactless card, which means that you can simply tap it on the card reader when you get on...
Bridges of London

10 Bridges of London

London is a city of many bridges. In fact, there are over 200 bridges that span the River Thames. While some of these bridges are rather unassuming, others have become iconic landmarks in their own right. Here are ten of the most famous bridges of London. Tower Bridge of London Tower Bridge is one of the most iconic landmarks in all of London. The bridge, which was built in 1886-1894, crosses the River Thames close to the Tower of London. The bridge has become an iconic symbol of London and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city.  The...

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