Beer Festival Items

Berlin is a fantastic city all year round

Feature: Berlin’s cultural summer

Germany’s incredible capital is a melting pot of culture, vibrancy, and nightlife to match any major city in the world. Highly liberal and creative, it is now a centre for art, music and fashion, with a thumping nightlife to match.

summer festivals with a difference

Feature: Festival fun for all ages

Lounging on the cool grass in the summer sun, enjoying some unique music, and trying things you can’t realistically find in your home town (such as perry and vegan food!). Along with lounging on dandelion grass, this best defines a British festival.

Brussels Beer Festival this September

Brussels Beer Festival four night stay with DFDS

The Brussels Beer Festival is a chance for connoisseurs to enjoy some world’s finest and exclusive beers. While Munich is rightly called the king of beer festivals thanks to Oktoberfest, Brussels is a superb beer festival. Belgium has a proud tradition of beer making and produces over 450 different varieties of beer, including some world famous brands, such as Hoegaarden and Duvel.

European beer festival great for short break

Feature: short breaks to European beer festivals

Short breaks are a great way to experience a long lazy weekend abroad, and with the next bank holiday just around the corner many people are planning their next break already. While trips to fantastic European cities are a great way to spend a few days together with friends or lovers, seeing sights and dining at fine restaurants

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Coffee with a local in Amsterdam

Amsterdam

This week IdealShortBreaks.co.uk is in Amsterdam drinking strong black coffee with local Machteld Ligtvoet, who gives us tips on some of his favourite local haunts – including where you can go to find one of the best views of the city.

Top five alternative Christmas markets

Alternative Christmas markets

Forget the likes of Germany and Eastern European favourites, Budapest, Krakow and Prague this year and why not head to some alternative Christmas market destinations for something a little different this festive season?