City Breaks

We have built up a superb portfolio of city breaks from all around the world, however the world is truly your oyster when it comes to great city breaks so whatever you want to see and wherever you want to go we can take you there. 

We can talk to you about what makes the various cities special, what you can expect when you get there, an endless list of possible things to do and possibly add a n attraction to your trip to make it extra special. Each city in the world offers such a diversity of culture, historic landmarks and cuisine and we an help you find the perfect city break for you. 

As you have gathered we can literally take you to any city in the world so start planning your trip via the link below or speak to us personally by ringing 01422 847 847 or Freephone 0800 9531 263



Singapore can be visited as a city break, although most visitors use it as a stopover for a longer holiday to the Far East. Singapore combines well with most parts of Malaysia, plus Thailand, Bali, Vietnam, Cambodia and Hong Kong. Start your Singapore holiday with a visit to the Colonial area around the Singapore River. Take in Orchard Road for some serious shopping, or head in to the Arab Street or Chinatown areas for bargain-hunting.

Hong Kong

Build a modern city on an ancient civilisation, put it at an intersection of cultures, and you get a place that is truly worth exploring. Dive into a festival, hike a mountain trail, catch a show, visit a temple, explore a walled village… there is so much to see and do in Hong Kong.


Not many travellers know about Ljubljana more than the fact that it's the main city of Slovenia. Nevertheless, tiny, but very cute, it deserves attention and usually leaves a good impression after visiting. Somehow Ljubljana reminds tourists of the capital of the Czech Republic, it’s even called a small Prague by some. Tourists come here to see the castle Grad and the Old Town, get acquainted with the local culture or just to walk around this quiet, green and cosy place of Eastern Europe.


Bratislava is welcoming little capital, and the only capital city in the world that bordering with two states - Austria and Hungary. Today it is a relatively inexpensive and unpretentious city,but in the past, it was a magnificent coronation, about which tourists can find out now only on excursions.


Gdansk in Poland is an ancient city with unique historical monuments and interesting cultural life, the sea capital of the country and the world capital of amber, a beautiful seaside resort and a popular tourist centre. Spread out on the southern shore of the Baltic Sea, it is not only a major port, but also has a 23-kilometer strip of clean beaches with three swimming areas.


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