Looking for a few days away? Here are just some of the places you can reach in a day or overnight from London - you might be surprised just how far you can get!
We will be adding more Short Breaks all the time, so keep an eye on the page, and of course if you want to go somewhere not shown here, simply contact us for a personalised quote.
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Amsterdam is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Boasting almost as many canals as there are streets, this captivating capital city is a joy to explore by boat, on foot or even by bicycle.
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Famous for its Papal palace and for its bridge, the beautiful city of Avignon is one of the most picturesque destinations in the south of France. The beauty of its buildings and the region's wonderful weather combine to make this a photographer's (and holidaymaker's) dream.
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The incredibly beautiful city of Berlin, which once marked the division between West and East, is a fascinating destination with a turbulent history. Traces of this city's past are evident as you wander around the many attractions including the imposing Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie and remnants of the Berlin Wall.
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Beautiful Bruges has many reminders of its prosperous past, as much of its medieval architecture has been preserved. The historic centre of Bruges became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. Here you can find the Church of Our Lady that, due to its spire, is one of the world's tallest brick buildings, with its famed belfry sporting a 48-strong bell carillon.
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After a troubled beginning to the 20th century, Brussels has risen from the ashes of World War II to become a new-age political centre, thanks in no small part to its location in the centre of Western Europe. Today the city is still a testament to its history, as many of the medieval streets, lively squares and beautiful buildings have remained intact. Brussels provides a fascinating meeting point between the last millennium and modern day Europe.
Cologne (3* or 4*)
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he German city of Cologne is one of the country's most exciting destinations, packed with magnificent churches, terrific shopping and a collection of world-class museums. The city is a major trade and business centre, a radio and television metropolis, and a beer city, with over twenty breweries producing Kölsch, the distinctive local beer.
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Delft is one of the Netherlands' most popular cities - with its old-world charm and narrow, canal-lined streets, crammed with an array of remarkable old buildings. The compact city centre is small enough to cross on foot, and all of the main sights are within easy reach of each other - and almost all are less than a mile from the central square, the Markt.
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Once the capital of Flanders, the city of Lille has a fascinating history and cultural heritage, blending Flemish, Burgundian, French, Dutch, German and Spanish influences. The city retains a particularly Flemish feel, reflected in its cuisine, its architecture and the unusual "Ch'ti" dialect used by the locals.
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Set in the heart of the Swiss Alps, surrounded by snow-capped peaks and overlooking its idyllic lake, Lucerne is both a delightful city to visit and a superb base from which to explore the surrounding region. You can explore the Old Town streets, visit excellent museums, art galleries, churches and monuments, travel by paddle steamer across the lake or use cable cars and mountain railways to explore the surrounding peaks.
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Nice is the fifth largest city in France and is believed to be one of the oldest human settlements in Europe. If you can resist the draw of Nice's beach and azure water (from which the Côte d'Azur takes its name), you will soon by tempted by the irresistible pavement cafés and inviting bars which fill the city's attractive squares.
Rome (3* or 4*)
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Once the undisputed capital of the known world, Rome is easily one of the planet's most iconic cities, brimming with incredible monuments and world-class attractions which chart the Eternal City's triumphs across the last 3,000 years. The mighty Vatican is also within the city's boundaries.
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Venice city breaks allow you to enjoy this romantic city's 180 canals, 450 bridges, countless magnificent buildings and palaces, a maze of twisting narrow streets and dozens of charming city squares - there is nowhere else in the world quite like Venice. Explore the floating city by land and lagoon to discover its beauty, elegance and style.