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Take a fabulous You’ll be surprised at just how much you can see and do in a short space of time. SHORT BREAKS A few days may not seem a long time, but with our hand-picked European destinations and itineraries, you can make the most of the time you have in some of the continent’s most popular destinations. ✓ In Amsterdam there are 400km of cycle paths. ✓ In Paris there are more than 150 places you can get a single espresso for €1. ✓ The great pavilion at the Chelsea Flower show could fit 500 London buses inside. Check out the local cuisine... Belgian Waffles Traditionally from Belgium but popular all over the world, these buttery hot waffles, topped with ice cream, fruit, chocolate sauce or a whole host of toppings, are pure heaven! French wine & local cheese One of the simplest yet most refined gourmet pleasures, and nobody does it better than the French. Paris Brimming in gastronomic wonder, faultless fashion and iconic art, Paris is considered to be the most romantic city in the world. Home to da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, the city’s principal sights, such as the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe, attract visitors all year round. In contrast to the buzz of the city, not too far away, are Monet’s stunning gardens at Giverny, and the impressive Palace at Versailles. Bruges Formerly the most prosperous trading port in the world, Bruges, is a very pretty medieval town. With typical cobbled streets lined with picturesque canals, its easy to see why Bruges is nicknamed the ‘Venice of the North’. Amsterdam Nowadays, there are few more recognisable sights in Amsterdam than the image of bicycles navigating their way around the city and its iconic canal system. For a real taste of Dutch colour, the blooms of the bulbfields attract thousands of visitors each year, offering the chance to literally ‘tiptoe through the tulips’! Luxembourg One of the smallest countries in the world, but not to be underestimated, Luxembourg is located right at the heart of Europe. The country, home to dense forests and several medieval castles, is one of the EU’s three capitals and its French and German identity is clear to see. Bruges BELGIUM Paris Luxembourg FRANCE GERMANY Monschau Moselle Valley Chatsworth Flower Show U.K. Chelsea Flower Show See pages 123 to 131 for our collection of short breaks... Eiffel Tower and River Seine, Paris – page 130 ? Did you know... Amsterdam HOLLAND 122 Call one of our helpful travel advisers now on 01709 385 673


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