• Culture Breaks

    Sorrento – Sun, Sea and Much More ……

    by  • April 19, 2017 • City Breaks, Culture Breaks, Uncategorized

    Sorrento makes an ideal base for excursions to some of Italy’s most fascinating archaeological sites. With its mild climate and wonderful on the scenic Amalfi peninsula, Sorrento enjoys one of the Mediterranean’s longest tourist seasons.  The popular resort is particularly appealing in the spring when temperatures are generally warm rather than hot and you...

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    Vilnius is a city well worth discovering

    by  • June 14, 2016 • Baltic, City Breaks, Culture Breaks, Multi Centre Breaks, Religious Sites, Vilnius

    Probably the least known of the Baltic capitals, Vilnius has plenty to offer the visitor. One of Europe’s smallest and less well known capital cities, Vilnius seduces visitors with its old world charm.  The city which has a long history of being occupied is now enjoying a new freedom and independence which, in combination...

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    There’s Much to Do in Munich

    by  • April 18, 2016 • Architecture, Art, Christmas Markets, City Breaks, Culture Breaks, Munich, Nature, Religious Sites, Sport

    Capitalise on the capital of Bavaria with a city break in Germany’s third city. Following on from last week’s blog about the UEFA Champion’s League Quarter Final teams, Atlético Madrid, Man City, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have made it through to the last four, with semi-final matches being played late April and early...

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    Warsaw’s Museum of the History of Polish Jews named European Museum of the Year

    by  • April 10, 2016 • City Breaks, Culture Breaks, Religious Sites, Warsaw, World War II

    Pay homage to Warsaw’s Jewish Heritage in the Polish Capital. A few weeks ago I took a look at a few of the shortlisted museums and cultural institutions vying for the title of European Museum of the Year. Yesterday, the winner was announced at a ceremony in San Sebastián, with the coveted title awarded...

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