Easter City Breaks

Paris, France

Using the Eurostar, you can get a return to France for just £69. Hotels can be found for as low as £60 per night, which brings your travel and accommodation costs to around £189 for three days in the French capital. There are a multitude of things to do in Paris, especially if it is your first visit. You can climb the Eiffel Tower, visit the Louvre, watch the driving chaos around the Arc de Triomphe and experience the wonderful French cuisine.

Brussels, Belgium

Flights to Brussels can be extremely cheap with some dipping just under £25 one-way. Hotel prices aren’t much more expensive, starting at around £40 per night. The Atomium is said to have great views of the city, and so it is unsurprisingly an international tourist attraction. You can also spend some time in the botanical gardens and visit the rows of shops dedicated to Belgium’s finest chocolate.

Prague, Czech Republic

Prague is a city which boasts a lot of history and a plethora of beautiful architecture – “a textbook of styles throughout the centuries”. Charles Bridge is a very busy tourist attraction within the city on which can be found a multitude of entertainers performing a variety of things, including dancing, singing and live art. The dancing house is a superb structure, designed to appear as if the building is swaying and holding her dance partner.

Lisbon, Portugal

If you would like to catch some sun, Lisbon is an ideal place to visit at this time of year. Cheap hotels and flights all year round make the city a continuously busy and entertaining place. There are many landmarks to see that resemble famous ones around the world, such as the Vasco da Gama Tower, similar to the Burj Al Arab and 25 de Abril Bridge, which resembles the Golden Gate Bridge.

Oslo, Norway

Norway is a country of natural beauty and the capital succeeds in retaining this beauty. While visiting the city, amazing opportunities present themselves: you can see the Aurora Borealis, a truly magical experience. Or, you might choose to go dogsledding through the snowy outskirts of the city. Flights to Norway can be as cheap as £18 one-way.

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