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Popular city breaks

Which city will be your next destination? With our top city breaks you'll discover the most popular cities! Find out what makes these cities special & worth visiting. Surprise yourself with our handpicked selection of the best tours & activities in these fantastic cities.

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Prague

Prague

Prague is known as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, and it comes as no surprise that the historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You literally walk through history while exploring Prague Old Town. The history of Prague goes back to the Stone Age, and several peoples have lived here: Germanics, Marcomanni and Slavs, to name but a few.

Lisbon

Lisbon

Lisbon was supposedly founded by Odysseus. What is certain is that the Phoenicians were living in the area about 1200 years B.C. and called it Alis Ubbo (safe port). Lisbon is beautifully situated on the Tagus River and the Atlantic Ocean. In 1755, a large part of this Portuguese capital was destroyed by an earthquake. Today, Lisbon offers a lively combination of history & modernity with many unique places such as the attractive Alfama district, the impressive Ponte 25 de Abril bridge and the beautiful Mosteiro dos Jerónimos.

Valencia

Valencia

Valencia has long been in the shadow of Barcelona. That has changed as more and more city break lovers visit Valencia and enjoy the great atmosphere of this vibrant city. Valencia is a wonderful city full of history and lively streets and squares. From the futuristic architecture of Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias to the beautiful Turia Gardens: Valencia is definitely worthy of a visit.

Antwerp

Antwerp

Antwerp is culture, history, a vibrant nightlife and world-class shopping options. The development of Antwerp revolves around the Scheldt and the port. In prehistoric times, the area around this river, which is now called Antwerp, was already inhabited. Axes from the Bronze Age and wells from the Iron Age have been found. In the time of the Romans, Antwerp was still a small village.

Budapest

Budapest

Budapest, capital of Hungary, is also called the 'Queen of the Danube'. The river runs right through the city. In the 19th century a bridge was built over the Danube and Buda was connected to Pest on the other bank: Budapest. It is a beautiful city full of historic buildings, breathtaking architecture, bathhouses, parks and museums.

Madrid

Madrid

The capital of Spain sometimes stands in the shadow of Barcelona, but that is completely unjustified. Madrid is a great city with beautiful buildings, grand squares, beautiful fountains and fascinating museums. Madrid was originally a military settlement of the Moors. The place had an abundance of water and was therefore known in Arabic as 'Mayrit', or 'giver of life'.