Sometimes the only tonic for these grey days and dark nights of January is to book your next break! Luckily at this time of year, there just happens to be plenty of fantastic deals to be found on city breaks to some of Europe’s best city destinations. We look at some of the best breaks available on Travelfinders this week.
Lisbon: Why visit? Very rich culture and heritage, nice city to walk around with attractions all close to each other, budget friendly.
Who to book with? Budget Travel for 3 nights departing 2nd of April from €272 – book here!
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London: Why visit? Close to home, one of the best cities in the world for entertainment and nightlife, food and drink.
Who to book with? Keith Prowse offer fantastic weekend theatre breaks that include flights, 4* and 5* hotels and tickets to West End theatre shows such as Les Miserables, Mamma Mia and Evita – see more here!
Berlin: Why visit? Beautiful buildings, parks, museums and galleries. A very trendy city with a variety of things to do whatever your interest!
Who to book with? Sky Tours offer a 2 night break in April staying at the 4* City Hotel Berlin East from €257 including flights – Read more here!
Bologna: Why visit? Italy’s gastronomical capital with beautiful medieval centre and unique portico lined streets.
Who to book with? Riviera Travel offer an amazing 5 day tour of Bologna, Parma & Ravenna that includes stays in 4* hotels and visits to several UNESCO World Heritage sites. Read more here!
Prague: Why visit? Beautiful central European city, gorgeous buildings and cobbled streets, stunning castles, great beer!
Who to book with? Click&Go offer a 3 night stay in March from €210 including flights and a stay at a 3* hotel! Read more here!
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Events in Prague for a week 👇 . 📌 11-12 January – Czech Philharmonic – Jan Mráček 🎶🎵📍Where: Rudolfinum, Alšovo nábřeží 79/12, Praha 1. 📌 13 January – The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra 🎶🎵 📍Where: Municipal House, náměstí Republiky 5, Praha 1. 17:00, 20:00. 📌 15-28 January – Grand Restaurant Festival 🍖🍕🥗🍤🍜 The topic for 2018 is Superfood📍 Info: www.grandrestaurantfestival.cz/about-festival 📌 16, 18, 23, 25, 30 January – Chef Time Fest 🍽 Chefs’ duels and soecial menu📍Where: AvantGarde, Evropská 17, Praha 6. 📌 Till 1 April – The Sevens of Josef Lada, 1887-1957-2017 🎨🖌 Josef Lada was a Czech painter, writer and illustrator📍Where: Galerie Tančící dům (Dancing House Gallery), Jiráskovo náměstí 6, Praha 2. 📌 Till 31 January – Free Ice Skating in the center of Prague ⛸⛸ Skates rentals is available (100 czk for adults, 50 czk for kids)📍Where: Ovocný trh, Praha 1. 📌 Till 28 February – Music and Fairy Tales 🎶✨ Czech fairytales as the inspiration and fairy-characters as the protagonists for operas, ballets, pop and classical music📍Where: Czech Museum of Music (České muzeum hudby), Karmelitská 4, Praha 1. 📌 13 January – Farmers' Markets. You will enjoy traditional Czech cuisine🍖🍗 and fast food🍔, can purchase seasonal products straight from the farmers (fresh vegetables and fruit, herbs, delicacies, mushrooms, meat, honey, etc.🍏🍅🍆), try and buy Czech beer🍺 and wine🍷, as well as flowers and handmade products.📍Where: Řezáčovo náměstí. #praguetoday_events