• Berlin

    The Christmas Market season has begun! Choose from the delights of Europe’s many and varied Christmas Markets.

    by  • November 27, 2018 • Berlin, Budapest, Christmas Markets, Vienna

    There are so many markets and each one has its own individual atmosphere, selling local crafts, foods and drinks. In this blog I’ll take a look at just a few of the Christmas Markets which might tempt travellers to take a short city break in the cold and dark winter months. Berlin With over...

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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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    Bowie – The Session in Berlin

    by  • February 2, 2016 • Berlin, Exhibitions, Film, Music

    Intrinsically intertwined, pay homage to Bowie in Berlin. Since David Bowie’s untimely passing just a few weeks ago, his vast back catalogue of hits, not to mention his recently released new album, have dominated the airwaves, a testament to his formidable influence not only on the music industry but on popular culture as a...

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    City Breaks with a Scintilla of Science on the Side

    by  • January 10, 2016 • Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Children, City Breaks, Cologne, Exhibitions, Florence, Geneva, Paris

    From Planetariums to Particle Physics, Europe boasts a sensational array of science centres. When discussing the virtues and attractions of Europe’s principal cities, much is made of the historical, political and religious monuments and stunning architecture, the fabulous cultural institutions devoted to art, music and theatre, the rivers and canals that carve their watery...

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