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Weekend City Breaks
Looking for a short weekend break in Europe with your partner? Whether you’re thinking of relaxing or partying the night away, we’ve picked out some of our favourites cities that are sure to keep you busy for the whole weekend.
1. Rome, Italy
Italy’s capital city is alive with culture and is the perfect short break for you and your partner. From the Colosseum to the Roman Forum, there are plenty of ancient sites to explore. Whilst you’re there you’re sure to want to visit an Italian restaurant in the city, too, where you can enjoy traditional, tasty Italian dishes - think pizza, pasta and Italian ice cream!
2. Barcelona, Spain
Situated in the heart of Catalonia, art, festivals and cuisine are at the forefront of this city. You can enjoy a range of imaginative Catalan dishes and fine tapas, there’s something for everyone when it comes to food! What’s more, there’s nothing quite like the vibrant street life that Barcelona has to offer and the golden sandy beaches are the perfect place to relax in the Spanish sun.
3. Prague, Czech Republic
If you’re looking for something a little bit different, then Prague is the city for you. For beer lovers, the city is said to have some of the best beer in Europe, so a trip to a pub or bar would definitely be worthwhile. There’s also the opportunity for adventure with private Prague Segway tours, allowing you to whiz round the city and take in all the sites.
4. Berlin, Germany
The perfect escape for any couple, there’s something for everyone to look forward to in Berlin. Walk along what is left of the Berlin Wall and visit Checkpoint Charlie for a trip back in time. Or, if you fancy partying the night away, Berlin’s nightlife is alive and buzzing with a whole host of bars, clubs and live music to be enjoyed well into the early hours.