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Amsterdam

Amsterdam is one of the jewels of Europe because of its 17th century canals, impressive museums and art collections, fantastic music and cultural scene, and unique attractions such as the Anne Frank House. It is a great place for a city break whether you are looking for arts and culture or simply want to party the night away with Amsterdam’s vibrant nightlife legendary. Shopping is also something the city is renowned for, from high class fashion boutiques, to quirky antique shops, modern city centre shopping malls and diamond factories – there is something for all tastes and budgets.

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  • Fashionistas should visit the Red Light District. Surprisingly next to the girls of pleasure is an assembly of young and talented designers in an area known as Red Light Fashion. Be sure to visit CODE Gallery Store and La Beuf Shoes.
  • Take a boat trip along Amsterdam’s 17th century canals, now a UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Visit the Anne Frank House museum, where she hid for two years during WWII and wrote her famous diaries
  • For more than 400 years Amsterdam has been the ‘City of Diamonds’ and one of the best places to experience diamond cutting & polishing is Gassan Diamonds. Located in a former steam-driven diamond factory in the city centre, the multi lingual staff take visitors on a journey through the diamond world
  • Visit the Vincent van Gogh museum, the famous 19th Dutch post-impressionist painter. The museum has more of his painting than any other museum in the world, including the famous Sunflowers

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    Belfast

    Belfast is the vibrant capital of Northern Ireland and the gateway to the stunning and dramatic countryside of rural Northern Ireland. The city offers great shopping, stylish bars and restaurants, great pubs to hear traditional Irish music and a plethora of historic and cultural attractions, especially connected to the city’s industrial heritage, such as ship building. A few hours from Belfast and visitors can marvel at the Giant’s Causeway, walk the Mountains of Mourne, fish in Fermanagh and explore the many picturesque villages.

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  • Go on the Titanic trail in Belfast and visit the Titanic Quarter and learn about Harland & Wolff that built the ship, and visit locations such as Titanic’s Dock and Pump-house, once the centre of Harland and Wolff’s operation. The world’s only completely authentic Titanic experience, Titanic Belfast opens on 31 April 2012
  • Visit the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum and discover what life was like 100 years ago from the way people lived and went to school to the transport they used
  • Visit the Armagh Planetarium a world-renowned astronomical educational establishment established in 1968 to complement the research work of Armagh Observatory, where visitors can tour the fascinating exhibition halls, view the space models and visit the Mars 3D room
  • Quench your thirst at the Crown Liquor Saloon a splendid gin palace built in 1826 and one of the best-known landmarks in the city
  • Discover the city’s literary tradition on a ‘Literary Tour’ using the free Belfast Literary Guide that highlights many interesting trails

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    Belgium

    Belgium is famed for its beer, waffles, chocolates, moules and frites, but there is much more to this tiny country that recently celebrated its 175th anniversary. Its capital, Brussels is known for its fine food, cafe culture and excellent museums and is a great location for a relaxed weekend break. The city offers fabulous shopping, a great pub scene in which to enjoy the country’s famous beers and of course, many chocolate shops, making it a chocoholics dream. The city also has a renowned music scene and the famous Belgian surrealist, René Magritte studied in Brussels and visitors interested in his art should definitely take some time to explore the Magritte Museum, located in Belgium’s Royal Museums of Fine Art.

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  • Discover Belgian beer on a Brussels beer tasting tour
  • Visit the Atomium, built in 1958 for the World Exhibition. It is a unique feat in the history of architecture that offers visitors a surreal walk through tubes and spheres, as well as many temporary exhibitions
  • Wander around one of the many city centre markets, such as the Grand Sablon which is great for lovers of antiques with its many ancient books, crockery and cutlery, jewels and engravings on offer
  • Visit the Basilica of Koekelberg the fifth largest church in the world and the largest Art Deco edifice ever built. It houses two museums, including one showing religious modern art
  • Go window shopping at the Galeries Royales St-Hubert, Europe’s first covered shopping gallery opened in 1847 and today houses 54 upmarket stores underneath a vaulted glass ceiling

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    Bergen

    Norway is the place to experience the northern lights or the midnight sun; visit the famous Norwegian fjords with its tall mountains and glaciers and learn about its rich heritage and culture that dates back to the Vikings. Bergen is ‘the gateway to the Fjords of Norway’ and is a well-established cruise port from which to embark on a unique journey through these amazing natural attractions. The Fjords are now a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the world’s top attractions. The town itself dates back 900 years and is cosmopolitan and charming. Its old Hanseatic wharf, where the first buildings of the city were built along the harbourside, is also a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the main attractions of the city.

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  • Explore the Norwegian Fjords on a cruise. There are plenty to choose from depending on the time you have. The full day Fjord and Harbour Tour, the ‘Fjord Tour with White Lady, is popular with visitors on a short break
  • Eat at one of Norway’s most famous fish restaurants, Cornelius, located on a small island just off the coast at Bergen and reached by boat
  • Sample delicacies at the city’s famous Fish Market
  • Enjoy wandering around ‘Bryggen’ the city’s historic harbourside and include a visit to the Bryggens Museum located in one of the oldest buildings in the city which was built in the 12th century
  • Visit Fjell Fortress a truly impressive underground military base, with a labyrinth of around a kilometre of roads, 10 meters under Fjedla Mountain, built by the German military during WWII

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    Bern

    Bern, the capital of Switzerland is a fascinating city to visit because of its well-preserved old town that is UNESCO World Heritage listed. It also boasts 6 km of arcades, known locally as ‘Lauben’ one of the longest weather-sheltered shopping promenades in Europe.

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  • In Bern take a romantic stroll around this fortified city with its moat, wall & defence tower dating back to 1191
  • Visit during the Bern Jazz Festival from March to May, one of the most important jazz festivals in Europe
  • Visit the Bear Pits which have been around since the 16th century and are still present today with bears included
  • Grab and coffee at one of the coffee shops along the cobbled road called The Krungrosse as well as spot the house in which Albert Einstein lived
  • See the Paul Klee collection at the Museum of Fine Arts

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    Cardiff

    The Welsh capital in the south of the country is a diverse city that has been influenced by the Romans and Normans, as well as the industrial revolution and coal industry. Today it is a thriving, international city with many historical and cultural attractions, as well as being the home to the new BBC Wales studios in Cardiff Bay that is the location for Doctor Who, Casualty and Upstairs Downstairs. The city is also known for its sports and was designated a City of Sport for 2009, with the world renowned Millennium Stadium being one of the UK’s top event and sports venue.

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  • Visit the Martin Tinney Gallery that was founded in 1989 and is now one of Wales’ premier art galleries
  • Take a tour of the remarkable Cardiff Castle with the sites history that dates back 2,000 years
  • Take a trip out of town to St Fagans National History Museums, one of Europe’s foremost open-air museums and Wales’ most visited heritage attraction
  • Cardiff is a foodies paradise, visit during the International Food & Wine Festival in July for a chance to try delicious food & drink from around the world, as well as local produce of Wales
  • Visit Cardiff for the St David’s Day celebrations in 1 March when the city comes alive and includes a colourful carnival, street musicians and events around the city

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    Dublin

    Known as the ‘Emerald Isle’ Ireland is one of Europe’s gems that offers picture postcard villages, stunning scenery of lakes, mountains and seas and wind-lashed wilderness, legends and myths – making it one of the most interesting and unique destinations in Europe. Its lively capital Dublin is a great party town as well as being a historic city that can trace its origins back 1,000 years. From a small Viking settlement it has evolved into one of the most vibrant capitals in the world. A city rich in cultural heritage, by walking the streets there are many reminders of the past such as the illuminated Book of Kells dating from 800 AD to the splendid Georgian architecture, magnificent castles and fine cathedrals. And Guinness lovers can enjoy drinking a pint of the ‘black stuff’ in the place it is made and a tour of Dublin’s Guinness Storehouse for a full on history of the brew.

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  • Take in a Joycean walking tour of Dublin operated by the James Joyce Centre
  • Snuggle up in a Dublin pub – there are around 1,000 to choose from!
  • View the masterpieces of Monet, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, Vermeer, Titian and many more at the National Gallery of Ireland
  • Take a brisk walk along Dún Laoghaire East Pier to take in the incredible views or Dalkey Island and Dublin Bay
  • Take a trip out of town to the historic region of Fingal that offers rolling countryside, picturesque seaside villages and fine restaurants and friendly pubs

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    Dubrovnik

    Croatia’s many attractions include its 1,778km coastline, dotted with 1,244 tiny islands, 50 of which are inhabited today and the ‘pearl of the Adriatic’, Dubrovnik famed for its UNESCO World Heritage listed Old Town. Its city walls were constructed in the 10th century and fortified in 1453 and exploring the many listed buildings within the walls is one of the big draws for this city. From palaces, to gates, fountains, monasteries and a cathedral there is plenty to see. The cable car which was built in 1969, and subsequently destroyed during the war has now been restored and in 3 minutes takes visitors on a must-do journey to the top of Mount Srd. At the top of the mount is the newly opened Museum of the Croatian War of Independence which shows how Dubrovnik defended itself during the 1991-95 war.

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  • Explore the medieval Old Town of Dubrovnik and admire the city’s vast expanse of historical architecture from the heights of Mount Srd that stands 413 metres and overlooks the town
  • Try the famous “dalmatinska pašticada” (Dalmatian stew) a meat dish that takes two days to prepare
  • Visit during the Dubrovnik Summer Festival in July & August with a wide variety of music, dance and theatre performances
  • If you plan to visit many museums it’s well worth purchasing the Dubrovnik Card that gives entry into all the museums and free bus transport
  • Take a day trip to the island of Lokrum or the pretty coastal town of Cavat for the chance to kick back and enjoy a few hours swimming and sunbathing in the wonderfully clear Adriatic

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    Edinburgh

    The Scottish capital is one of the most vibrant capitals in Europe and as a compact city its best discovered on foot, from discovering the secrets of the Royal Mile to strolling along the waterfront in Leith. With over 4,500 listed buildings, Edinburgh is world-renowned for its rich architectural heritage with the two main areas of interest being the Old Town, which includes the Royal Mile that runs from the medieval fortress of Edinburgh down to the Palace of Holyroodhouse and the neoclassical New Town that dates back to the 18th century. One of the best times to visit is during August when the city comes alive with the Edinburgh Festival and Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

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  • Walk along Edinburgh’s Royal Mile that connects the magnificent Edinburgh Castle. Perched high on volcanic rock with the splendid Palace of Holyroodhouse, resting in the shadow of Arthur’s Seat Explore Edinburgh Castle that has dominated its surroundings for centuries with the earliest references to Edinburgh’s Castle rock dating back over 3,000 years
  • Visit the ghostly ‘Real Mary King’s Close’ a warren of underground streets and closes that have been buried by buildings built on top on the Royal Mile. Listen to the fascinating tale of Mary King a prominent business women in 1630s and why she had a close named after her, which was highly unusual for a woman at the time
  • Climb Arthur’s Seat an iconic extinct volcano in Holyrood Park for great views of the Old Town and castle
  • Step on board the Royal Yacht Britannia for a tour of the Queen’s former royal yacht in Leith

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    Exeter

    Exeter is located in the Southwest of England on the River Exe and is the gateway to explore the stunning county of Devonshire. It is an ancient city, jam packed with history and culture and as a university town also offers a vibrant music, pub and club scene. One of its main landmarks is the magnificent Exeter Cathedral, which dates back to Norman times. Exeter is surrounded by some of the UK’s most beautiful countryside and is an ideal base for exploring places such as the famous Dartmoor National Park and unspoilt beaches of two coastlines.

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  • Explore the ancient city of Exeter, before heading off to explore the rest of the beautiful county of Devonshire
  • Take an Exeter Red Coat tour such as ‘Medieval Exeter’ & ‘Ghosts & Legends’ where the city’s sites are brought alive in 90 minutes by volunteer guides
  • Don’t miss out visiting St Peter’s Cathedral which dominates the skyline. It dates back to 1114 with its present form having been finished in 1375
  • Relax along Exeter Quay, where visitors can hire boats, cycles and canoes or simply watch the world go by in one of the many tearooms, cafes or pubs that line the quay
  • Take the historic Tarka Line rail journey, 39 miles between Exeter and Barnstaple that stops at different places along route allowing visitors the chance to explore rural towns and villages

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    Geneva

    Switzerland is renowned as one of Europe’s premier skiing destinations with the gateway city of Geneva the starting point for many top winter resorts in the Swiss and French Alps. Geneva is Switzerland’s most international city, as its where the European seat of the UNO is based and culturally has much to offer visitors including a diverse range of museums, musical venues such as the Geneva Opera House and, of course, the stunning Lake Geneva.

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  • Visit the Palace of the United Nations in Geneva – on passing through the paled gate of the Palace of UNO, visitors enter international territory
  • Take a cruise on Lake Geneva & marvel at the unique scenery of castles and magnificent residences set against the mountain panoramas
  • Take a day’s excursion from Geneva to Mont Saléve, located in neighbouring France for the cable car experience that takes visitors 1100 in five minutes & offers outstanding views across the city of Geneva,, Lake Geneva, the chain of Alps, the Jura & Montblanc
  • Shop for some of the best Swiss chocolate at boutique chocolate shops dotted around the city
  • Borrow a walkman from the tourist office for a city centre walking tour in English

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    Isle of Man

    The Isle of Man is a beautiful Island with breathtaking scenery, unspoilt beaches and a relaxed pace of life, famous for being a tax haven and home to the tailless Manx cat and the four-horned Loghtan sheep that are unique to the Isle. Located in the Irish Sea 83 miles from Liverpool and 90 miles from Belfast, it is part of the British Isles but not the United Kingdom. It is a Crown Dependency, with its own parliament, Tynwald, founded by the Vikings making it one of the oldest continuous parliaments in Europe. Tourist can expect to find an island of contrasts, steeped in myths and legends, and with a laid back friendliness. Attractions include the islands spectacular 100-mile coastline of expansive sands, resorts, bustling harbours and headlands. Its capital, Douglas retains its Victorian feel with its long promenade and offers attractive waterside restaurants, cafes and bars.

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  • Visit the imposing medieval fortress of Castle Rushen, which gave Castletown its name and overlooks the historic harbour and quay
  • Wander around the islands three unusual museums Moore's Traditional Museum in Peel, for a working demonstration of how Manx kippers have been cured over oak chips since around 1770; Leece Museum, which tells the story of Peel in historic photographs and the Aviation Museum at Ronaldsway Airport
  • Take a tour of some of the island’s film locations. Over 90 productions have been made on the island since 1995 including the comedy Waking Ned and Thomas the Tank Engine movie
  • For those seeking the thrill of driving on a track first-hand, the 1.5-mile circuit at Jurby affords two 100+mph straights and nine curves
  • Try Manx cuisine such as Manx kippers, lobster & Queenies, seafood delicacy from a variety of small scallop

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    Jersey

    Jersey is the most popular Channel Island and offers a unique blend of English and French influences and an unexpected mix of stunning scenery and rich heritage. Famed for its hospitality it is the ideal place for a relaxing break where you can lose yourself in its winding lanes and on its breathtaking coast. The island is a compact 45 square miles and with French road names it feels very continental. Activities on offer include a whole host of sports activities such as cycling, fishing and rock climbing, spa breaks at one of the top hotels or wellbeing centres on the island, exploring magnificent castles, walking in the lovely countryside and enjoying the gastronomy at some of the excellent waterfront restaurants in the capital, St Helier.

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  • Visit the well-regarded Jersey Jazz Festival every April or the Jersey Food Festival in May
  • Visit during the Spring Special’s 6 week restaurant promotion in March & April for the chance to try some of the finest island produce at discounted prices with participating restaurants producing special set menus
  • Take a boat trip to spot dolphins, land a sea bass and BBQing it for dinner or even take a day trip to France
  • Visit during the spring or Autumn Walking Weeks - annual events with over 40 walks to take part in free of charge with experienced walking guides. Choose from coastal walks, woodland walks, long country lanes or cliff top paths – there is a walk for every fitness level
  • History lovers will enjoy visiting during Liberation Day in May which celebrates the liberation from Occupying Forces during World War II with a number of activities and events such as heritage trails, access to WWII bunkers and a commemorative service

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    Malaga

    Malaga is an old city that has been inhabited for over 2,000 years. It is the gateway to the beach resorts of the Costa del Sol, including the popular resorts of Marbella and Torremolinos, but is also a lovely and romantic destination in its own right. The city spreads out along the glistening coastline under the gaze of the Gibralfara castle and offers many attractive sites such as the Alameda Principal Avenue and the La Farola seafront promenade. With its mild climate, easy access to beaches and golf courses, as well as traditional villages in the mountains, Malaga can easily be part of a twin-centre holiday.

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  • Visit the Picasso Museum in Malaga or drive up the coast to Puerto Banus for lunch at one of the harbourside restaurants and the chance to spot the yachts and super cars of the rich & famous
  • Visit the Archaeological Museum, containing valuable pieces dating from Phoenician and Roman times and on the site of the Alcazaba (8-11th century), one of the symbols of the city, and one of the largest Arab fortresses in Andalusia
  • Visit Malaga's Roman theatre that lies at the foot of the Alcazaba fortress in the western part of the city. It was discovered in 1951, after having remained buried underground for many centuries
  • Visit during the Easter week festivities, declared in Malaga to be of International Tourist Interest and featuring spectacular religious floats known as pasos and displays of popular devotion in every part of town.
  • Try typical dishes such as popular fresh fried seafood platter known as 'pescaíto frito' or rice with seafood, monkfish with potatoes and noodle casserole

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    Milan

    Italy is a land of art and history and artistic wonders, there are more cultural UNESCO World Heritage Sites than in any other country, with 44 sites. Italy is also known for its flamboyant fashion, with Milan one of the world’s great fashion capitals. Milan’s designer clothes and furnishings are the major attraction for many fashion-conscious tourists, but the city also holds other charms from enjoying great works of art in its museums and galleries, to indulging in a spot of window shopping or sitting at an outdoor cafe by the Duomo, the third largest church in Christendom and watching the world go by.

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  • Feast your eyes on The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci in the church of Santa Maria della Grazie in Milan
  • Take a canal cruise in Milan to see the historic sites, boutiques, antique restorers and nightspots along the canal banks
  • Shop till you drop. Luckily Milan makes it easy with its boutiques fitting into one square, known as the ‘Rectangle of Gold’ or the Quadrilatero d'Oro
  • 12 for the price of one, spend a day at the Castello Sforzesco, which is a collection of 12 mini museums and vast archives dating from Palaeolithic history to 1950s furniture
  • Feel pampered in one of the city’s day spas or in one of the top hotels such as the ESPA spa in the Bulgari Hotel

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    Nice

    The jet-set town of Nice is the gateway to the Côte d’Azur with glamorous places such as St Tropez, Cannes and Monaco on its door step. Beach lovers will love this part of France its fantastic Mediterranean climate and long summer holiday season from May to October, but the city of Nice is also a great place to spend a city break. Steeped in history, fabulous architecture, art and culture there is plenty to keep visitors amused for a few days.

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  • Visit the museums of Matisse and Beaux-Arts for your fill of art
  • Wander around the famous Cours Saleya Flower Market, one of the city’s top attractions and the ideal place to spend a few hours, stopping for coffee at one of the cafes that line the edges of the market
  • Stroll around Nice’s Old Town or along the Promenade des Anglais, the two most popular parts of the city
  • Hang out in Cannes (30km from Nice) for a chance to mingle with the stars at the Cannes Film Festival in May
  • Wander the narrow streets of Vieux-Nice (old city) with its wonderful atmosphere and lovely shops selling such things as Provencal wares, gourmet gifts and hip clothes

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    Paris

    The chic French capital has something for everyone, whether its art and culture, gastronomy and wine, history and architecture, shopping and fashion. Its nightlife is vibrant, its museums some of the best in the world and it’s also one of the most beautiful and romantic city’s in Europe, if not the world.

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  • Take in a show at Paris’ famous Moulin Rouge
  • Stand in front of one of the world’s most famous paintings, the Mona Lisa in the Musée du Louvre in Paris
  • Go up the Eiffel Tower for the best views over this beautiful city
  • Enjoy a lazy afternoon wandering the streets of Montmartre, a unique village within the city packed full of interesting shops and artist studios
  • Take a leisurely boat trip down the River Seine

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    Salzburg

    Salzburg is known for the baroque splendour of its old town and being the gateway to the many ski resorts that are close by, that offer a winter paradise for skiers and boarders and in summer become a nature lovers dream. Unspoilt countryside with unique natural attractions such as the Hohe Tauern National Park are part of the attraction, but so is the city’s cultural tradition with the city’s most famous son, Mozart attracting many visitors each year. The world-renowned Salzburg Festival has been taking place since the 1920s and is a big draw each year from July until September, but there are also many other musical and theatrical events to thrill visitors.

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  • Visit Salzburg’s top attraction the ‘Festung Hohensalzburg’ one of the biggest castles in Europe and affording magnificent views over the city
  • Explore the house that Mozart was born in 1756 which is now a well-known museum dedicated to the musician
  • Ski with the jet set in Austria’s top ski resorts such Kitzbühel around 15km from the city
  • Eat a ‘Mozartkugel’ a sweet developed by a famous chocolatier in 1890 and named after Mozart with a pistachio, marzipan and nougat centre and covered in chocolate
  • Monks have brewed beer in Austria for centuries and during the summer there is nothing nicer than drinking a 1 litre Stein of larger in a shady beer garden

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    Verona

    Verona is famous for its historic centre, its summer opera season and the ‘Juliet Balcony’. It is also a useful base for a twin-centre holiday with Venice or Lake Garda. Verona is an important Roman town and is rich in archaeological sites, with one of the grandest of all being the Roman Arena, where operas are now performed in the summer.

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  • Explore the historic centre of Verona that sits within city walls
  • Bring out your romantic side by following the Romeo and Juliet trail in Verona, including a visit to the famous Juliet’s Balcony
  • Take a day trip from Verona to the beautiful Lake Garda
  • Shop for fruit and vegetables in the Piazza delle Erbe one of the city’s most ancient squares and surrounded by historic buildings and monuments
  • Take in a summer opera at the Roman amphitheatre or Verona Arena, one of the city’s oldest sites that was once the location for gladiator spectacles

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