City Breaks


Try somewhere different… Zagreb

Zagreb, the capital of the Republic of Croatia, is one of the oldest European cities and is yet one of Europe’s youngest metropolises. The fact that the Zagreb archdiocese was founded in 1094 … Continue reading “Try somewhere different… Zagreb”


Britain’s Oldest Roller Coaster Given Grade II* Listing

Britain’s oldest roller coaster, the Scenic Railway at Dreamland, Margate, has had its listing upgraded to Grade II* on the advice of English Heritage. The Scenic Railway, which was built in 1920 by … Continue reading “Britain’s Oldest Roller Coaster Given Grade II* Listing”


Top 10 summer music festivals in Europe

Dedicated to lovers of jazz, rock and rollers, or heavy metal fanatics, HotelTravel.com is pleased to present its Top 10 Summer Music Festivals in Europe for 2011: 1) Rock Werchter: Belgium’s Big Band … Continue reading “Top 10 summer music festivals in Europe”


Catch the FIFA women’s World Cup on a German city break

German Travel Centre offer three night city breaks from £399  FOOTBALL fans should head off to Germany this summer as the country hosts the sixth FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011™ from 26 June … Continue reading “Catch the FIFA women’s World Cup on a German city break”


Hungary for a Stag Weekend?

Stag parties for the husband-to-be may not be as romantic as a marriage proposal on bended knee but they’re almost as important a part of the nuptial tradition. The low cost of air … Continue reading “Hungary for a Stag Weekend?”


Turkey predicted to dominate summer holidays

Travelmatch are expecting the summer of 2011 to see many British tourists venture to Turkey. Sales figures from the online travel specialists have shown a significant increase in interest in trips to Lara Beach, Marmaris … Continue reading “Turkey predicted to dominate summer holidays”


Cape Town is the place to be this Easter

Today marks the start of the Easter holidays this year, and includes that long-awaited, four-day weekend when loved ones come together for some great family fun. Cape Town’s tourism establishments look forward to … Continue reading “Cape Town is the place to be this Easter”


Blackpool’s Golden Mile is set to be renamed

Blackpool’s Golden Mile is famous for its illuminations, amusement arcades and fish and chips, but it is now set to be renamed in an attempt to rid the resort of its tacky reputation. … Continue reading “Blackpool’s Golden Mile is set to be renamed”


Singapore’s new resorts are the star attraction as the number of visitors to the country soared in 2010

Singapore welcomed record numbers of visitors through its doors in 2010, and it seems that the city state’s flash new resorts are the star attraction. The Association of Singapore Attractions has just released … Continue reading “Singapore’s new resorts are the star attraction as the number of visitors to the country soared in 2010”


First visit to Poland, her ancestral home delights Helena Lang, editor of Sainsbury’s Magazine

In the latest issue of Sainsbury’s Magazine, in store today, Helena Lang, editor, gives a personal account of her first family trip to Poland. In the issue, she reveals her thought-provoking experience of … Continue reading “First visit to Poland, her ancestral home delights Helena Lang, editor of Sainsbury’s Magazine”


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