Our city break selection consists of those special cities that we know really well. We keep up to date as to which district is the best to stay and as to where the newest hotels and restaurants are located. This enables us to be able to make reservations for extraordinary hotels, arrange guides and transfers and make sure that your city trip will be a great success. We also enjoy making reservations in a top restaurants and we can help you by recommending good hiking or bicycle excursions or which cruises are the best to book ahead of time.
(Nederlands) Er is altijd tijd voor een stedentrip naar het veelzijdige Parijs, met z’n vele musea en mooie tentoonstellingen. Modewinkels hangen vol met de laatste trends en er heerst een gezellige drukte in de bars en restaurants. Met de snelle Thalys ben je in een wip in het centrum van de stad. Hotel Vernet is een Small Luxury Hotel SLH en beschikt over luxe kamers en suites met gratis WiFi. Het ligt op slechts 100 meter van de ... read more
(Nederlands) De Zweedse hoofdstad is het gehele jaar door zeer in trek. In de zomer zijn de dagen lang en de nachten kort en gedurende de wintermaanden is de stad feestelijk verlicht. Het is een verrassend mooie en hippe stad, gebouwd op 14 eilanden die door middel van bruggen en pontjes verbonden zijn. In de oude binnenstad, die teruggaat tot 1252, ligt het grootste middeleeuwse centrum van Europa. Hier liggen fraaie musea en historische ... read more
Rio de Janeiro & Buzios
Rio is proud of her world famous Copacabana, but has so much more to offer. The formation of the city is due to the irregular pattern of the hills, bays and beautiful beaches found here. The foothills of the Serra da Carioca mountains divide Rio into the different city districts. You can see a birds eye view of this from the Corcovado, the 750m high mountain with the statue of Christ at the top. During a your ... read more
Buenos Aires, is located at the Río de la Plata and has more than 11 million inhabitants which makes it one of the largest cities in South America. The Argentinean capital has a European atmosphere which is why it is also called the "Paris" of South America. Buenos Aires is an intriguing city with different neighbourhoods, each with its own character. The Avenida 9 de Julio is the widest avenue in the world and the obelisk found here is ... read more
The Big Apple can not be missed in our city-break offers. Given the favourable dollar exchange rate, it's time to visit New York, a great city where there is so much to see and enjoy that the one thing you will always be short on is time!
Your base from which you can explore NY will be in one of our favourite hotels: Washington Square Hotel, which is located on a square with the same name. It’s not because it’s a luxury hotel, but a ... read more
About 2 hours drive from the Moroccan coast lies the completely walled city of Marrakech, amid thousands of palm trees and with the contours of the Atlas Mountains in the background. The city was founded in 1602 and the best artisans came from Spanish Andalusia to help with the construction and decorations. There is so much to see such as magnificent palaces, interesting museums and colourful gardens. There are fantastic restaurants where ... read more
The Turkish capital is beautifully situated on the Bosporus, that connects the Sea of Marmaris with the Black Sea. Istanbul is a city rich in history and because of its location on the border between Asia and Europe, there is a wonderful oriental atmosphere present to be found in for example: the fragrant filled bazaars, Turkish baths, countless minarets and belly dancers. In the old districts you can spend the night in former Ottoman ... read more
For centuries,Venice has been a source of inspiration for poets and artists which is why it is called the most romantic city of Italy. It is a fairytale city, with ancient buildings reflecting in the waters of the Grand Canal. In the winter, there is a silvery mist hanging over the water early in the morning and it is when the sunlight strikes across the lagoon, that the city is the most romantic. Places worth visiting include the Doge's ... read more
This beautiful Portuguese capital lies at the wide mouth of the Tagus River. Lisbon is a city of melancholy, but it is also a bustling metropolis full of interesting sights, museums and historic buildings. Bairro Alto, Lapa and Chiado are the exotic names of lovely neighbourhoods. It is here that the Portuguese come during the evenings to eat a delicious fish dish or sip a glass of Vinho Verde. Many of the neighbourhoods can be explored on ... read more
After the discovery of America by Columbus in 1492, came the golden age of Seville. With its strategic location on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, and its connection to open sea, it became the main harbour and Spain's administrative centre for everything arriving from the new colonies. The historic heart of the city lies on the banks of the Guadalquivir river. Five beautiful bridges connect the Centro Historico with the traditional ... read more
The most beautiful city of Russia has so much to offer the visitor. The streets of St. Petersburg, Russia's most European city, was realized by Italian architects. They were commissioned by Tsar Peter the Great to build the “Venice of the north” and the results really are impressive. In the summer there are many boat trips to be made along the Neva and from the water the view of the glittering golden domes and pastel-colour houses from ... read more