Luxury European Cities Holidays
Even for those living in continental Europe or the UK, luxury European city breaks offer new sights and activities. Eastern Europe, in particular, is opening its doors for the first time in a very long time. Warsaw and Krakow in Poland, Bucharest in Romania and Minsk in Belarus are all cities that have much to offer for travellers in search of something new, without having to spend too long in an aircraft.
Of course, a city break closer to home can be just as enjoyable. Paris, especially in the Christmas season is a wonderland of lights and shopping, while London in the spring or autumn, has fewer tourists, but generally good weather and there is a host of things to see and do. In fact, the “shoulder seasons” are often some of the best times to visit any European city for that very reason.
Many of the larger European cities are well into the northern latitudes, so visitors should be prepared for just about anything in terms of day to day weather. There is so much to do indoors, though, that even a day or so of rain should not discourage anyone. London’s West End is not to be missed by any fan of the theatre and Berlin’s Museum Island is home to some of the best museums and art galleries in all of Europe.
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Choosing a specific destination may be the most difficult part, as all of the major European cities offer a wealth of attractions and activities. The second-most difficult task may be deciding what to see and do whilst there.