European City Breaks

Now is the perfect time to discover the best cities in Europe. Our member hotels welcome you with enticing rates and exciting offers to make your stay unforgettable.

Amsterdam
Netherlands
Amsterdam is a city like Venice founded on and still today focused around water and waterways. However, unlike Venice, Holland's largest city is no mere museum piece. Amsterdam is a real, ...
Athens
Greece
Athens (Athina) is named after Athena, the goddess of wisdom, who, according to legend, won the city after defeating Poseidon in a duel. The goddess' victory was celebrated by the construction ...
Basel
Switzerland
Switzerland's vibrant city of art and culture enjoys a unique location, where Germany, France, and Switzerland meet, which has strongly influenced its varied gourmet cuisine and year-round events.
Berlin
Germany
Berlin is back - back as the capital of a reunified Germany and back as one of Europe's greatest - and most vibrant - cities.
Brussels
Belgium
The European Parliament has found its ideal home in Brussels (Bruxelles in French, Brussel in Flemish). This inland capital city of Belgium, bordered by The Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg and ...
Budapest
Hungary
Only two decades ago Budapest was trapped in a communist-era time warp, but these days it is a city seriously going places. It has moved from an Eastern European backwater to the capital of a ...
Cologne
Germany
The fourth biggest city in Germany, with over 1 million inhabitants, Cologne (Köln in German) began life as a Roman colony or colonia (hence its name). Its location on the Rhine, at the heart of ...
Dublin
Ireland
Still riding on the back of the roaring success of the 'Celtic Tiger' economy, 21st-century Dublin is a city on the rise and rise. Business in many sectors continues to boom and the city ...
Edinburgh
Scotland
The origin of the name ‘Edinburgh' may be uncertain, but whether it is a corruption of Edwin's Burgh or from the Gaelic ‘din Eidyn' (meaning ‘Eidyn's Hill Fort'), what is clear is that these ...
Florence
Italy
A visit to Florence (Firenze) is a must for any art lover. UNESCO estimates that 60% of the world's most important artworks are in Italy, with over half of those located in Florence.
Geneva
Switzerland
Geneva has long been Switzerland's most cosmopolitan city. It sits at the southwestern end of Lac Léman (the country's largest lake), astride the River Rhône, with foreground hills rising ...
Hamburg
Germany
The second biggest city in Germany (after Berlin), Hamburg has the cosmopolitan feel, the conspicuous consumption and most of the cultural accoutrements of a north European capital.
Istanbul
Turkey
Sometimes described as 'the crossroads of Europe and Asia', Istanbul - formerly Constantinople - is a vast, heaving metropolis with an imperial history that stretches back for more than 1,500 ...
Lisbon
Portugal
The 'city of the seven hills' on the river Tejo reveals its beauty not at first glance. Nevertheless, this capital, full of noise of traffic and construction work as well as blazing heat in ...
London
England
Vast, vibrant and truly multicultural, London is one of the world’s great cities. Located in the southeast of England, on the River Thames, it is the capital of the United Kingdom (UK) and has ...
Madrid
Spain
According to Arab chroniclers, it was in AD 852 that the Emir of Córdoba, Mohamed I (reigning AD 852-886), ordered a fortress to be built on the left bank of the Manzanares River, the ...
Milan
Italy
Milan, situated on the flat plains of the Po Valley, is the capital of Lombardy and thoroughly enjoys its hard-earned role as Italy's richest and second largest city. Wealthy and cosmopolitan, ...
Munich
Germany
Located to the north of the Bavarian Alps, on the River Isar, Munich (München) is Germany's third largest city, and is where the country's wealthy trendsetters like to ‘be seen'.
Oslo
Norway
Norway's capital city boasts a spectacular setting at the head of a 110km (70-mile) long fjord. One of the best ways to approach Oslo is by sea with the journey taking you along scenic fjords ...
Paris
France
Get an idea of how Paris fits together by taking a cruise on the River Seine or ascending the Eiffel Tower to enjoy the sweeping views of the city.
Prague
Czech Republic
Prague is quite simply one of the most stunning cities in Europe, a UNESCO World Heritage listed gem, eulogized as the ‘City of a Thousand Spires'. It has become the archetypal post-communist ...
Rome
Italy
Situated on the River Tiber, between the Apennine Mountains and the Tyrrhenian Sea, the ‘Eternal City' of Rome (Roma) was once the administrative center of the mighty Roman Empire, governing a ...
Salzburg
Austria
Encircled by mountains and straddling the river of Salzach, this beautiful Austrian city has a dramatic setting that matches its own baroque splendour. With its Alpine surroundings and historic ...
St. Petersburg
Russia
The former capital of Russia has seen some dramatic changes in its 305-year history. Founded in 1703 by Peter the Great, St Petersburg has been described as the Venice of the North for its ...
Stockholm
Sweden
Spread across 24,000 islets and laced with numerous waterways on the southeastern coast of Sweden, Stockholm enjoys one of the most stunning locales of any capital city in the world. Over 30 ...
Venice
Italy
Venice has the capacity to impress not only wide-eyed first-timer visitors, but also the most jaded of travelers. Quite simply, La Serenissima is unlike anywhere else on the planet, with a ...
Vienna
Austria
Vienna (Wien) is a unique blend of the historic and the modern, so full of tradition it can be read on the face of the city, yet with a forward-looking approach that will surprise the visitor.
Zurich
Switzerland
Synonymous with international banking, Zurich (Zürich or, more familiarly, Züri) has a financial and cultural importance that belies its modest size. The largest city in Switzerland, Zurich ...
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