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If you're looking for ideas for a romantic break with a difference, consider heading to Barcelona for the Feast of Sant Jordi on April 23rd. Revolving around the interesting combination of romance and books, it's fantastic for soaking up Spanish culture - while also exploring the city itself.
Venice has long been considered one of the most romantic destinations in the world for couples to visit on a short break, as there is so much to see and do in this beautiful Italian city. Here are a few suggestions of activities to try and places to visit on your getaway.
If you are planning a romantic weekend break in the UK, Wales is a fantastic destination to choose, offering loved-up couples so many different options for creating the perfect getaway for two. To get some inspiration for your next break, read our holiday ideas.
Six per cent of loved up travellers admit to meeting on flights, as KML announces the launch of a 'Mile High' Facebook app, aimed at connecting travellers in the sky.
Heathrow Airport are celebrating Valentine’s Day – by offering couples a chance to win a romantic short break for two in Paris.
Now that the summer weather is finally here, shedding a serene and balmy light over all the land, this is the best time to head out of the city for the weekend and take a break in the beautiful English countryside.
Mongolian yurts, African safari tents and tree houses connected to ancient sentinels: glamping is taking the world by storm. Offering a more luxurious alternative to camping, these pre-erected tents and wooden constructions are brilliant fun.
The quintessential English county, Dorset is a spectacularly beautiful place full of charming villages, historic ruins, green countryside and sun kissed beaches. As the whole county has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty...
Over the past few weeks we’ve been looking high and low for some unusual hotels in Europe for a fantastic short break way. As our last feature in the series, we’ve gone one step further and found some unique hotels offering a slice of history.
Glamping is the next ‘big-thing’ taking the travel industry by storm. Thanks to glamping, camping no longer has to mean dining on canned meat or waking up to a dewy field covered in crisp packets. Gone are the cold, sleepless nights...
Perhaps the best way to spend a short break away is to book yourself in for a few nights at one of Europe’s many unusual hotels. From train carriages to castles, and from pre-historic caves to industrial cranes, Europe is now to many unique hotels.
It’s been described as ‘one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world’ and ‘a city built by gentlemen for gentlemen.’ Whatever it’s been called, there is no doubt that Valetta is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Due to Europe’s prominence as an upmarket and well trodden tourist destination, holidays to the continent are easy, breezy and relaxed. And while traditional package holiday hotels line the Med, boutique pads have sprung up in cultural enclaves...
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sleep in an igloo? Or how about a 1970s jumbo jet? All this and more is now very possible due to a growing number of unusual hotels opening up all over the world. From treehouses to caves...
If you’re looking to book a short break but fancy somewhere a bit different Great Escapes has added Ostend in Belgium to its choice of destinations. A two night stay in one of four hotels costs from just £96 per person in the cosmopolitan city.
Couples still looking for a Valentine getaway are being offered Romantic Break and Dinner Packages with the Millennium and Copthorne Hotel Group. With 19 four star and four star deluxe hotels included there should be somewhere to suit everyone.
Treat your partner to a truly luxurious Easter break with the special new package from Aurelio Lech. This two-night deal includes champagne reception, a spa treatment and a five-course gourmet dinner.
With Valentine's Day just around the corner and the Royal Wedding getting Brits in a romantic mood, you may be thinking of ways to treat the special person in your life this spring, and the Somerset city of Bath may be the perfect venue.
The area that gives its name to France's most glamorous wine can add a touch of sparkle to your Valentine's break, as Grape Escapes is offering an exclusive wine weekend away to treat your lover this February.
Go for something special this Valentine's Day, with a luxury hotel break to London, and choose from romantic treats such as chocolate fondue or afternoon tea, with the lovers' packages at Swissôtel The Howard.
If you're planning a romantic Valentine's Day proposal, then do your chances the world of good by booking into the luxury London hotel Dukes, St James's. Create the perfect setting with a complimentary bottle of champagne to be shared in the hotel's secret candlelit garden.
Combine five-star luxury with the scenic surroundings of an Irish castle on a Valentine's Day weekend break at Dromoland Castle in County Clare, Ireland for just £160 per person.
Swiss hotel, The Cambrian has become the latest addition to boutique hotel guide Mr & Mrs Smith's collection, offering a classy escape for love-struck skiers this winter in the heart of the Alps.
If your other half prefers to 'do something' rather than 'get something' for Christmas, then a short break gift voucher could be the perfect present. Online gift experience company buyagift.com has seen a recent boom in Brits looking for a unique weekend away.
If you're thinking of following in Prince William's footsteps and proposing to your girlfriend on holiday, then you may be doing your chances a world of good, according to a new survey from holidayextras.com