You definitely don’t have to travel too far to have a fantastic city break experience. For many, cities are best enjoyed in small bursts, as they tend to be busy places, and often not relaxing, but not always.
London is undoubtedly one of the most hectic cities in the world, and it is not hard to see why. The sights of London are amazing, there are palaces and castles close to department stores and parks. The architecture and history, which is not just in the centre of the city, but also the surrounding areas, are enough to keep you busy for the whole of your stay.
Paris, rightfully known as the city of love and romance, is considered to be one of the most magical of the European cities. Sights include The Louvre and the Eiffel Tower. Once you have shopped in some of the top fashion boutiques in the world, you can sit back, chill out and relax, in one of the coffee shops and bistros that line the streets.
Prague is definitely the place to go if you love Gothic architecture and historical buildings. You cannot fail to be amazed by the charming side streets, and friendly locals. You may also be pleasantly surprised to find how affordable the city is when compared to other popular destinations. Evenings in Prague should not be missed, the castle and town square are all lit up; it makes for a fantastic sight.
New York has to be on any top city break list; not only does it boast an impressive skyline, and an 840-acre park, but you can also see some top shows on Broadway, shop in high-end boutiques, and visit world-class museums. New York is also home to some of the world’s most famous tourist attractions such as The Statue of Liberty and The Empire State Building.