Features - Europe

weekend away - Royal Windsor

The town of Windsor simply oozes royal history. But while Windsor Castle – the Queen’s weekend residence – is the big attraction, there’s lots more to see and do.

weekend away - Brussels

This Franco-Flemish heart of Europe is a melting pot of historic buildings, world-class gastronomy, fine art galleries, antique shops, and cosmopolitan boutiques.

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weekend away - Danube Valley

Just an hour from Vienna a sweeping bend of the Danube Valley known as the ‘smile on the face of Austria’ is lined with old towns, ruined castles, and vineyards.

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weekend away - Lake Como

Popular as a recreational destination since Roman times, Lake Como is a favourite with celebrities, the Milanese, and tourists alike. Surrounded by mountains and hills, the shoreline is dotted with lavish villas and rustic villages.

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weekend away - Warsaw

The dynamic city of Warsaw, the largest in Poland, is saturated in complex layers of history, and boasts one of the most vibrant contemporary art scenes in Europe.

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weekend away - Belgrade

Located at the confluence of two rivers, Belgrade is the hidden gem of Europe, a city vibrating with much passion and soul, waiting to be discovered.

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weekend away - Rouen

A firm favourite with the Impressionist painters, Rouen offers rich history and heritage alongside modern museums and a vibrant maritime scene, all in one easy-to-explore package.

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weekend away - Montecatini Terme

Montecatini Terme, a perfect weekend getaway in the heart of northern Tuscany, is one of Italy's top spa towns, with mineral springs that have been famous since ancient times.

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weekend away - Athens

Olympic host 1896 & 2004

As the gateway to hundreds of idyllic Greek islands, Athens is a vibrant, picturesque capital city with impeccably preserved ruins, neoclassical architecture, and a glorious Olympic past.

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weekend away - Innsbruck

Referred to as the 'treasure of the Austrian Alps', Innsbruck is famous for its winter sports and has twice hosted the Winter Olympics, in 1964 and 1976.

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