• Archive for October, 2018

    Festive family fun in Bruges

    by  • October 10, 2018 • Bruges, City Breaks

    If you fancy something festive that will appeal to all the family, head to beautiful Bruges this winter.  From 24th November 2018 to 6th January 2019, the Festival of Ice and Snow Sculpture Bruges will be taking place. To celebrate the 90th anniversary of Mickey Mouse, the festival will be Disney inspired which is...

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    A long weekend in Malta

    by  • October 9, 2018 • Malta

    Malta

    Visiting Malta for a long weekend or even a week’s holiday is delightful at any time of year but it makes for a great escape from the long, cold winter months. With highs of 21˚ well into November and then only dropping to around 16˚ in the depths of winter, it will give you...

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    Switzerland certainly isn’t a cheap destination but its beautiful scenery makes it well worth visiting

    by  • October 4, 2018 • Alps, Glacier Express, Switzerland, Zermatt

    Zermatt

    The resort of Zermatt has plenty to offer the visitor at all times of the year, and can easily be reached by train from many cities, including Geneva, Bern and Lucerne. Earlier this month I was fortunate enough to visit Switzerland and to stay in the charming resort of Zermatt. Zermatt is a popular...

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    Awe-inspiring modern architecture in Europe

    by  • October 3, 2018 • Architecture, Berlin, Brussels, City Breaks, Europe, Seville, Valencia

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    Europe is renowned for its impressive variety of architectural styles dating back centuries. Ranging from Gothic, Romanesque, Baroque and Renaissance to name a few, we have the largest concentration in such a small geographic area. Not only does it boast all of this but also some of the latest cutting-edge contemporary architecture which will...

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