Archive for category: Short Breaks

Short break holiday options in Europe

  • Lisbon In 48 Hours – Sun, Sights And Savings

    Lisbon In 48 Hours – Sun, Sights And Savings

    Portugal’s capital is the perfect choice for a vibrant autumn break One of Europe’s sunniest capitals, September and October temperatures in Lisbon still reach the low 60s and high 50s making it the perfect escape from the autumn chill in the UK. And with two new viewing points adding to […]

  • New Eurostar service between London and Amsterdam

    New Eurostar service between London and Amsterdam

    A new partnership with Dutch railways will see Eurostar services commence in December 2016 with journey times of around four hours which will revolutionise travel between the two capital cities. The announcement was made on the 27th September by the UK Secretary of State for infrastructure and the environment as […]

  • Lisbon Voted Best City Destination In Europe

    Lisbon Voted Best City Destination In Europe

    Lisbon, the cosmopolitan and fascinating capital of Portugal, has been named Europe’s Leading City Break Destination 2013. The city triumphed at the prestigious World Travel Awards which are considered to be the ‘Oscars’ of tourism. The esteemed World Travel Award was presented to Turismo de Lisboa at a gala in […]

  • Una Notte al Museo – Saturday Night Openings At Italian Museums

    Una Notte al Museo – Saturday Night Openings At Italian Museums

    It is now possible to visit a number of the most important museums in Italy at night, every last Saturday of the month until the end of the year. This initiative is valid all over Italy and is accompanied by other events such as concerts, ballets, cultural and literary events. […]

  • The Little Mermaid, Copenhagen

    The Little Mermaid Celebrates Her 100th Birthday

    She may not look a hundred years old but she is hitting a milestone anniversary next week. On Friday, 23 August 2013 The Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen, inspired by the fairy tale of Hans Christian Andersen, celebrates her 100th birthday with festivities taking place in major cities around the […]

  • The Reykjavik International Literary Festival

    Reykjavik boasts one of Europe’s best literary festivals, and where better to stay than Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Natura, that hosts weekly ‘bed time’ story readings. Get ready to snuggle under a sheep skin rug with a hot chocolate and listen to traditional Icelandic stories after seeing some of the world’s […]

  • City of arts sciences, Valencia

    What to do while on a Short Break in Valencia

    Rachel Webb offers some background information about Valencia and what you must do and see on a short break. Since the arrival of the Romans, Valencia, with its average temperature of 16.7C has appealed to many different types of visitor. With a year-round enviable Mediterranean climate and more than 100 […]

  • Stena Line Stena Britannica

    A Mini-Cruise to Amsterdam

    by Gary Phillips Gary takes a trip on the enormous new Stena Britannica from Harwich to the Hook of Holland. Amsterdam is high on the to-do list of most weekend break travellers, but few consider the possibility of getting there by ferry. It’s clearly a liability to have a car […]

  • Amsterdam

    Amsterdam by Eurostar

    Travel journalist David Powell visits Amsterdam from Ashford International to experience a short break in this lively, cosmopolitan city for Eurodestination Introduction As I jumped onboard the Eurostar at Ashford International the phrase … ‘let the train take the strain’, took on a whole new meaning for me – my […]

  • Keukenhof Gardens

    Holland in Full Bloom

    Holland is a popular destination for UK holidaymakers and is now so easy to get to by rail. Mention Holland to most people and lots of things spring to mind …the canals, windmills, bicycles, cheese, clogs and of course, forever epitomised in song, tulips from Amsterdam. Claire Oliver raced down […]

  • Madrid Palacio Real

    How to spend a few days in Madrid

    By Trevor Claringbold As a journalist, the offer of a trip to Madrid presented me with something a bit special. Not only was it somewhere that I hadn’t been before, but it is also one of the few European capitals that most people actually know relatively little about. I asked […]

  • Venice Piazza San Marco

    Lost in Venice? Don’t Panic,

    By Rick Lotzkar If you haven’t been lost you haven’t really been to Venice. Narrow walkways twist and wind through this most organic of cities leading everywhere and nowhere at the same time. If you don’t get lost, you’re not trying. Ironically if you ask directions in Venice the answer […]

  • The Best Place in Venice. Campo Santa Margherita.

    By Rick Lotzkar. There is a little hidden slice of Venetian heaven not far from the well beaten tourist track. A sublime and comforting refuge from the crowds which sometimes threaten to overwhelm the more popular sections of this unique and delicate city. It is an island within an island. […]

  • Annecy – Venice of the Alps

    Annecy – Venice of the Alps

    By Trevor Claringbold The last time I was in Annecy was about seven years ago, when it was merely a convenient stopover on a back-roads drive to Monaco. We’d arrived after dark, and had the briefest glimpse of the town and its magnificent lake, through an alpine mist, as we […]


Tenby flat with Seaviews

Panoramic views over Tenby town walls and beach

Tenby, Wales, United Kingdom
My place is close to great views, restaurants and dining, the beach, family-friendly activities, nightlife, town walls, parking. You’ll love my place because of the location, the ambience, the outd...