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The historical city of Belfast is the capital, as well as the largest city in Northern Ireland. Belfast was named the best place to visit in 2018 by Lonely Planet and is one to add to the bucket list. Belfast has some of the coolest pubs, superb shopping and enough eateries to satisfy every taste and budget.
Norway’s big city with the small-town atmosphere is full of history and tradition. Experience the city from the top of Mount Floyen, via cable car or foot and take in the breathtaking panorama.
Bristol is home to Brunel’s SS Great Britain, the former passenger steamship. It’s also home to Banksy street art, endless historic houses, parks and museums. Whilst in Bristol why not take a balloon ride over this beautiful city.
As the capital of Belgium, Brussels has alot to offer. From its famous chocolates and beers, to museums, beautiful parks, architecture and bars, each part of the city has its own flavour and is easily reached from the next.
A large coastal town situated on the south coast of England, known as the ‘Coast with the Most’. Go surfing paddle boarding or jet skiing against the backdrop of amazing views. Whatever you choose to do, there is something for the whole family to enjoy!
A vibrant city full of modern shops, pavement cafes and the famous Lake District – Carlisle is a city that has it all. Located 10 miles south of the Scottish border, Carlisle is the largest settlement in the county of Cumbria, with its early history marked by its status as a Roman settlement.
Derry is the second-largest city in Northern Ireland and has twice been awarded the title of UK City of Culture. Derry is the only intact walled city in Ireland and is home to three of the main Game Of Thrones sets.
Donegal is a destination packed with opportunities for adventure. It wasn’t on National Geographic’s cool list in 2017 for nothing. From the Wild Atlantic Way to surfing and diving, there’s something for everyone.
Dublin knows how to party – here you will truly hope the night never ends. Have great craic with the locals and then be inspired by the superb museums – including the leprechaun museum!
Famous for fashion, banking, beer and the worlds longest bar, Düsseldorf is filled with boundary-pushing architecture, exciting nightlife and an art scene to rival many popular European cities
Whether you are visiting Nottingham to walk in the footsteps of Legendary Robin Hood, looking to see some of the finest historic sites in England, such as Leicester Cathedral, or looking to turn up the pace at Donnington Park race circuit – East Midlands Airport is a true gateway to central England.
Visit the Fisheries and Maritime Museum and discover the history of this seaport city. You might not expect to find Denmark’s largest shopping district here too! The city is also a great stepping stone to explore the wild Jutland Peninsula.
Smaller than its livelier neighbour, Jersey. The slower paced island is ideal for those seeking unspoiled beaches and a relaxed summer holiday, with beautiful views at every turn and a cosy and intimate atmosphere.
Isle of Man
On the Isle of Man, you will find enchanting folklore tales and remnants of a Viking past contrasted with Celtic castles. Rail enthusiasts can visit the islands impressive heritage railway network with original rolling stock.
An island that’s small in size, but big on personality, where country lanes open to cliff top views and the sea is never more than ten minutes away. Experience Local farmer’s markets, vibrant music festivals and guided cycle tours.
Understandably known as one of the world’s greatest cities. A true cultural mecca with first class theatre and museums and a different part of the city to cater for all styles and tastes.
Manchester is rich with industrial and architectural heritage. It offers visitors an enviable mix of old and new – from its picturesque canal waterfronts to it’s modern venues and hotels.
A city that is united with Gateshead by seven bridges over a magnificent river landscape, Newcastle is one of Britains most iconic cities. Famous for its industrial heritage, lively nightlife scene and its friendly people.
Norwich has a delightful jumble of medieval streets, lanes and alleys lined with churches, half-timbered Tudor houses, delightful antique shops and cosy coffee houses and tea rooms.
Stavanger, is the perfect location for an adventurous weekend, with plenty of trails around the Norwegian Fjords. The famous Pulpit Rock lies 604 meters above sea level and looks out over the Lysefjord.