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If sweltering city sightseeing jostling with tourists isn’t for you, you might want to consider jetting off in spring to avoid the summer crowds. We recommend these top city breaks;

  • Prague, Czech Republic

For architecture, history and culture, Prague is by far one of the most beautiful and impressive cities in Europe. Prague is usually at its busiest during the summer months, so we suggest visiting in the late spring. Aside from the sightseeing, Prague is also famous for its unforgettable nightlife. If you’re away with friends and fancy a night of clubbing, head down to Cross Club, Double Trouble or 7 Vlků.

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  • Rome, Italy

From impressive Roman ruins to historical architecture and an artistic flair, Rome is a destination which is bound to leave a lasting impression. Interestingly, Rome celebrates its birthday on April 21st by throwing a huge party with fireworks, fancy dress and light shows; all very exciting! We would also recommend visiting the enchanting Vatican gardens which are in stark contrast to the bustling streets of Rome.

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  • Berlin, Germany

If you’re a fan of arts, culture and great food, look no further than the capital of Germany, Berlin. Spring in Berlin means one thing above all; heading outdoors for some fresh air and adventure. Grunewald is Berlin’s largest forested area ideal for a day of hiking away from all the hustle and bustle of the city. If weather permits, go swimming in the clean waters of Schlachtensee or Wannsee, nearby fresh water lakes.

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  • Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon is the ideal destination for a cultural city break; with countless bars, restaurants, cafes and nightclubs on offer, there is something for everyone to enjoy. If you fancy doing a lot of sightseeing (and thus walking round!) visit Lisbon during the spring, as the summers are typically very warm.

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  • Hamburg, Germany

Step into Hamburg and you will be surrounded by history and culture everywhere you turn. Lovers of art can enjoy seven centuries worth, from medieval to contemporary, by visiting the three buildings of Hamburg’s Kunsthalle. The famous Hamburg nightlife means there's always something to discover no matter what time of year!

Escape to Hamburg with Blue Air! Book now.

  • Milan, Italy

Milan is a leading global city, most famous for its arts, fashion, finance and tourism. Home to Italy’s Stock Exchange, Milan Fashion Week and the world-renowned Milan Cathedral, this cultural hub is one of the most visited cities in Europe. Milan’s flower fair is the annual sign that spring has finally arrived, taking place 5th – 7th May.

Fly direct to Milan with Blue Air! Book now.

If you would like to discover where else you can fly to from LJLA, browse our destinations page here. 

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