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Madrid, Spain

Madrid, Spain

The Spanish capital is built on the banks of the Manzanares River and has a history that goes back to the Roman Empire. It’s chock full of gorgeous architecture, which can be appreciated from the city’s many squares.

Majorca direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Majorca, Spain

Palma is situated in the south of Majorca overlooking the stunning blue Mediterranean seas and boasts an array of beach clubs to entice the most ardent travellers. Palma is also home to over half the population of Majorca, which means a bustling atmosphere, especially when the annual festivities are held in January (Sant Sebastian) and June (Sant Joan).

Malaga direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Malaga, Spain

The Costa del Sol is full of amazing places to stay. Marbella is the most famous and this glitzy resort has miles of beaches and a decadent nightlife. It also has the highest concentration of Rolls Royce cars in the world.

Milan direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Milan Bergamo, Italy

Based in northern Italy less than an hour away from the Swiss border, Milan is full of historic and cultural gems, as well as being one of the most high-fashion regions in the world. 

Nice direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Nice, France

Renowned for its glamorous beaches, sun worshippers will be right at home in Nice. But if you fancy a more active approach, many of the beaches offer activities such as volleyball, jet skis and pedalos. Guided walking tours, meanwhile, enable you to take in the sights.

Paris direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Paris, France

Known as the City of Love and the City of Light, Paris one of the world’s top tourist destinations, renowned for its contributions to global culture, arts, fashion and cuisine.

Porto, Portugal

Porto, Portugal

On the Douro River, Porto is one of the oldest city centres in Europe – so much so that its historical centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Filled with baroque architecture, there are also hints of neoclassicism and romanticism, making Porto a stunning destination.

Poznan, Poland

Poznan, Poland

On the banks of the Warta River, Poznan is one of the biggest and oldest cities in Poland. A trip to the Old Town will give visitors access to many of the historic buildings and sights with a walk along the Royal-Imperial Route. For more active tourists, a visit to Lake Malta is essential. The manmade lake in the heart of the city is a hive of activity, with ski and sleigh slopes as well as swimming pools and a water park amongst its many attractions.

Reus, Spain

Reus, Spain

For those looking for a relaxing holiday, full of great meals and sangria, Reus is a great destination year round, but the summer is perhaps when this city really comes alive. The vast amount of terrace bars that pop up are great for chilling out and the huge range of restaurants serving scrumptious tapas will surely entertain the most well travelled of culinary palettes.