Is there anything that invokes the Christmas spirit more than the twinkling lights and wooden huts of a traditional Christmas market? Okay, there are plenty of things (actual Christmas, for a start), but the markets that fill up the town and city centres of continental Europe throughout December are definitely a signifier that Santa is on his way.
Going south for holiday is always a good idea, and never more so than during November in Europe! Check out our top country destinations here. Spoiler alert: They’re all on the Mediterranean.
Whether you’re into film festivals, art exhibitions, wine tasting or vegan Christmas fairs, there’s a major event happening this November to use as the perfect excuse for booking a European getaway!
What better way to pass the time in winter than by heading up the mountains for a few downhill runs? If that doesn’t tickle you, how about watching others ski while you enjoy a glass of wine or two? Either way, booking a ski holiday is a splendid way to start 2020, so we’ve put together a few alternative options for you to ponder.
From Dracula, Haunted Forests and Harry Potter to a Czech Bone Church, Game of Thrones and the current horror show in British Parliament, we put the best of Halloween in your pocket!
Is money no object? Travelling on an expense account? Even if those don’t apply to you, you can still discover some fab things to do in Europe’s most luxurious destinations.
Gilded cities, majestic silhouettes, endless forest and cascading waterfalls, the Baltic shoreline has it all.
These three small countries near the Baltic Sea could easily top the list of the most underrated travel destinations in Europe. But we’ve decided to change that by revealing 10 reasons why they should be top of your itinerary.