Venice, Italy City Breaks

Venice is arguably one of Europe’s best preserved cities. A majestic, fairy tale city in every sense of the word, it is held together by hundreds of bridges and alleys with international tourism in its blood. With a population of 65,000 people and 500,000 in the greater Venice area, it is surprising to know that Venice [&hellip

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Paris, France City Breaks

The beautiful city of Paris is France’s capital. Sights you can’t miss: The Louvre L’Arc de Triomphe Cathédrale Notre-Dame Eiffel Tower Things to Do: Buy the Paris Museum card at a metro station – it will save you from standing in lines and wasting time. At the Louvre – take the 90 minute English Language [&hellip

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Madrid, Spain City Breaks

The illustrious city of Madrid is Spain’s capital. It rests at an altitude 650 meters over sea level and can be considered a cosmopolitan version of New York, with a population of 6 million people. It is the financial and industrial hub of the country and the site where many of the world’s most prestigious [&hellip

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Stockholm, Sweden City Breaks

Without question, Stockholm (capital of Sweden) is one of the most versatile cities in the world. Built in 14 islands, this is a water city where fishing in the ocean is possible – along with a dazzling array of medieval buildings standing in peaceful harmony with their modern counterparts. The Old Town of Gamla Stan [&hellip

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Munich, Germany City Breaks

Munich, the second most visited German city after its capital of Berlin, is one of the country’s finest tourist hotspots, offering a unique blend of traditional flavor and modern perks, all under the umbrella of the “gemutlichkeit” theory which is a German saying for health and happiness. The city is known for its heavy drinking [&hellip

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Brussels, Belgium City Breaks

The official home of the European Union, Brussels (capital of Belgium) is world renowned for its packed and dynamic business environment – a cosmopolitan location with plenty of money exchanging hands. It is home to a diverse balance of architectural styles with plenty of museums dispersed throughout. From the get-go, you can see the influence [&hellip

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Dublin, Ireland City Breaks

Dublin is a city of stark contrasts. On one hand, it has received millions of complaints for its “dirty” and visually careless atmosphere (thus contributing to its allure) and on the other, it’s been classified as highly cosmopolitan and colorful. The capital city of Ireland, it is split into two parts by the Liffey River [&hellip

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Florence, Italy City Breaks

Arguably the most beautiful city in Italy (according to an Italian Purdue University professor, take it or leave it!), Florence is a city to behold. Sitting right below the Apennines hills along the esteemed Arno River, Florence has made great contributions to the world stage with everyone from Leonardo da Vinci to Masaccio. The city [&hellip

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Zurich, Switzerland City Breaks

Many say Zurich is the financial capital of the world. Its impression to foreigners is one of wealth, with wealthy men and women in tailored suits scampering about from one bank to the other carrying stylist briefcases. Although there are banks galore, Zurich is a grand city of neatly decorated cobble stoned streets, museums, and [&hellip

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Porto, Portugal City Breaks

Portugal’s second largest city after Lisboa, Oporto casually sits right atop the River Douro where it meets the Atlantic Ocean. It is a largely industrial city, with a packed city center full of medieval architecture and a healthy mix of museums. Oporto shares a friendly street layout with plenty of narrow streets and balconies to [&hellip

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