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City break : the best ideas for weekend destinations

Where going on a city break in Europe or for a long weekend in the sun? Lisbon, Rome, London, Marrakech, Barcelona, ​​Amsterdam, Venice… Discover our ideas and travel guides to escape for a weekend in the heart of the city of your choice .

The city break allows you to discover a new destination over a long weekend. In the city or in a village, near the sea or a natural park, in Europe or elsewhere, the principle of the city break is to visit and discover new places without having to travel. take too much leave. If you want to go on a city break for more than two days, you can take advantage of public holidays and possible bridges to go on a long weekend. Are you interested in a city break? Find our ideas for unmissable, sunny or trendy destinations where go back for a few days.

Very popular in recent years, the city break refers to a short stay, most often in a city. Often grafted à On a weekend, it usually lasts from 2 to 3 days. 5 days. By going on a city break one or more times a year, you will be able to take a break from your daily rhythm and get a change of scenery by discovering a new destination nearby. just a few hours by plane or train from your departure city.

Between the tempting offers from airlines to choose from, Low costs, last minute deals and promotions on transportation and accommodation make it hard to resist. the appeal of the city break. To go cheap and manage your budget as best as possible, it is interesting to look at the price of plane tickets but also the cost of living once there . On the side one of the airlines, Ryanair offers the lowest fares in Europe with one-way flights to Paris. from 9 euros to go to Barcelona, ​​Milan, Dublin or even Malta. Very attractive prices which obviously vary depending on the period chosen and your departure airport. You can also look at the destinations and prices offered by Transavia, Vueling and EasyJet, other low cost airlines. On the side Among the cheapest destinations in Europe for a city break, it is the cities of Eastern countries that are generally the most affordable. Vilnius, Belgrade, Warsaw, Riga, Prague, Bratislava… Count on average 200 euros for two days there for a couple, hotel, meals, transport and outings included.

Where going on a city break in Europe? If your budget and your desires are obviously within your limits, Take into account, some European destinations are simply unmissable and worth a weekend visit. Combining cultural and historical richness, lively neighborhoods, good food and shopping addresses, these cities attract millions of travelers seeking to discover all year round. spend an exotic weekend without having to go away the other side of the world. In Europe, you can plan a city break in a capital or large tourist city: Berlin, Helsinki, Venice, Budapest, Copenhagen, Prague, Stockholm… Discover our selection in our travel guides below of the best city break destinations in Europe.

If you want to go on a city break in the sun, choose southern Europe and the Mediterranean region. You will be able to enjoy pleasant temperatures all year round without having to pay for your car. suffer from jet lag after a long-haul flight. Here are some ideas for sunny destinations where you can relax. go on a city break: Morocco (Marrakech, Casablanca, Essaouira…), Tunisia (Tunis, Djerba, Hammamet…), Spain, Portugal, the south of Italy, the Cyclades Islands or even Sicily.

A city break can also be an opportunity to fly to a trendy destination where you can relax. you haven't had the chance to pack your bags yet. During a weekend for two five days, you can notably go to the discovery of the islands and sublime natural sites of Malta, the cities and archaeological sites of Turkey or the natural parks and typical villages of the Puglia region in Italy.

If you are planning a 4 or 5 day weekend and you are not against spending a few more hours on the plane, you can also go on a city break at ; New York ! The Level company notably offers tickets at low prices. from 129 euros one way from Orly airport.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116