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Christmas is many things to many people, with various rituals and traditions being added over the centuries. Some of the most enduring originate in Europe. Here Christmas markets both maintain and evolve these traditions, providing all the opportunities they can to celebrate and make merry. Here we provide the best European Christmas markets to help create some new festive traditions of your own.
With the recently released Last Christmas being based in London, the movie reminds us why the city has cemented itself as one of the top festive destinations in Europe. Christmas in London has the classic heritage of a Dickens story, but it also has all the attractions of an ever-evolving metropolitan marvel. If you are wanting to have the happiest of holidays, here are the best things to do for Christmas in London.
Especially during the summer, a club might not be your first idea of a fun night out in Barcelona. There are many open air events, world renowned festivals and opportunities to stay cool elsewhere. However, this often leads to clubs upping their game, especially when bringing a wide variety of electronic music to the city.
As with any major European city, greater accessibility to tourists has seen prices rise for even basic holiday fare. If you are travelling on a budget, it doesn't mean you have to miss out on many delights the city has to offer. While Viennese culture might be associated with baroque art and opulent style, our list of free things to do in Vienna shows that even those with a little less scratch can make the most of it.
Barcelona has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to visual art. The city has been home to some of the greatest artists of the past, fosters current talent and will certainly be home to the artistic voices of the future. To catch just a glimpse of what has been achieved so far, come with us on a walking art tour of Barcelona.
Some of Prague's most important cultural artifacts are seen in the buildings which make up the city. Within some of these buildings there are world class museums which have a diverse range of offerings for even the most casual culture vulture. Here are some of the best.
Bucharest has come along way in the past 20 years. Although modernization has made it much more navigable for outsiders, it hasn't lost any of its history or personality. Its identity remains reverent of the past, but this doesn't mean it hasn't changed and become just as vital as any other European city. Spend 48 hours in Bucharest and you'll see why.
Prague has a broad and storied reputation, but everyone will have their own bias when it comes to fun things to do in the city. Whether you want extreme relaxation or every second to be jam-packed with activities, there will be something for you on our list of fun things to do in Prague.
People like to stereotype London as a place full of Beefeaters and Cockneys. It's a tired idea which takes away from the shimmering vibrancy of its cultural offerings. When it comes to music, these offerings are diverse, vast and just about as much fun as anyone can expect to have. Here are some of the best.
With the standard of living in Munich being so high, it’s easy to stay within the confines of the Bavarian capital for your whole trip. However, stepping outside the city’s borders can reveal unforgettable wonders you would otherwise be missing. Here are some of the best.
K+K Hotel Elisabeta primes itself on its location. Located in the heart of Old Town Bucharest, it is an environment suitable for all purposes; whether you will be rushing around the city for business, or leisurely taking advantage of all the sites and scenery the city has to offer. It is worth noting that this translates directly to our hotel. Now you may not be one for the action-packed nature of a city. Good news: there is a warm and inviting getaway waiting for you, which offers both business and leisure traveler rooms. Enough about us. Let’s talk Bucharest: the Paris of the East.
Prague is well-known for the diversity of its attractions. A medieval city with a palpable history, there is a lot to see and do during the daylight hours. For those of us who want to keep going a little (or even a lot) longer, Prague's nightlife is earning a reputation for being one of the most vital in Europe. Here are some of the reasons why.
It's impossible to go anywhere and not spend some money. Travel, accommodation and eating will take up a large part of your savings for any trip. If you fear even the basics are putting quite a large dint in your balance, then fret not. Our guide to free experiences in Barcelona will help you to ensure investing your time will pay off dividends.
Despite being situated in the heart of Eastern Europe, Romania has culinary influences that come from even farther afield. With Roman, Turkish, Greek and many more traditions flowing past its borders over the centuries, traditional Romanian cuisine is a beautiful melting pot. Just because its restaurants and eateries respect the past, doesn't mean they aren't also looking to the future. Here are some of the best places to eat in Bucharest.
How your weekend pans out in Europe will have a lot to do with your taste. Fortunately, Munich has something for everyone. While a city rich in history and Bavarian heritage, it is also metropolitan. Art, tourism and pleasure converge to provide an array of delights even a weekend won't be able to cover. You can, of course, have fun trying.
If you’re looking for the perfect Mother’s Day plan, we’ve got you covered - whether you’re taking a girl’s trip or spending a weekend with your mom here are a few ideas that are sure to please.