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Bucharest, Romania

Bucharest, Romania

On the banks of the Dâmboviţa River, Bucharest became Romania’s capital city in 1862, but was first referenced as early as 1459. Around that time, it was one of the residences of the infamous Vlad the Impaler – the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

Budapest, Hungary

Budapest, Hungary

Budapest, Hungary’s capital city, is fast becoming one of the most visited cities in Europe. With a vast historic background and countless art galleries, museums and theatres to visit.

Cluj, Romania

Cluj-Napoca, Romania

As the capital of the legendary region of Transylvania, Cluj-Napoca is one of the most popular cities in Romania. The second biggest city in the country after the capital, Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca is famous as Romania’s largest university town and consequently attracts thousands of students and young people.

Corfu Directory

Corfu, Greece

Situated off the northwest coast of Greece, lies the beautiful Ionian Island of Corfu. Surrounded by the Adriatic Sea, this destination is a summertime favourite that is renowned for its picture perfect sunsets, lush mountainous terrain, pristine beaches and relaxing atmosphere.  

Cork direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Cork, Ireland

Cork was found by Saint Finbarr in the sixth century as a monastic settlement. The beautiful buildings and rich culture of Cork pay testament to this rich history. Foodies should visit the English Market for a taste of local produce.

Dalaman, Turkey

Dalaman, Turkey

Breath-taking views make Dalaman’s pebble-covered beaches simply irresistible. Situated on the south west coat of Turkey, Dalaman offers bustling bazaars, water sports and dry hot weather. During the summer months, temperatures can exceed 30˚C. Fly from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Dalaman for sun, sea and shopping.

Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland, direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Derry, Northern Ireland

Whether you want to catch a football match, sample the city’s gorgeous scenery or discover first hand why this top holiday destination was voted UK City of Culture 2013, you’re sure to find a warm welcome wherever the city takes you.

Dublin direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Dublin, Ireland

Dublin is of course famous for its Guinness and a trip to the Guinness Storehouse is certainly in order so you can sample some of the iconic drink and appreciate amazing views of the city. For whiskey connoisseurs there’s the Old Jameson Distillery, while foodies should look to the Temple Bar Farmer’s Market.

A beach in Hammamet, close to Enfidha

Enfidha, Tunisia

Fly from Liverpool to Enfidha-Hammamet and explore the beautiful coastline of eastern Tunisia.