Every couple loves city breaks, and with so many exciting destinations to choose from which are just waiting to be explored. If you are planning a mini getaway with your significant other, take a look at our list of the best city breaks for couples.
Reykjavik is becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. The vibrant nightlife and fascinating nature make it one of the best city break destinations for couples. The capital of Iceland is surrounded by volcanoes and when the skies are clear they are known for spectacular sunsets and magical sunrises. The size of the city is perfect for sightseeing by foot since most of the areas worth seeing are at a walking distance. The main street called Laugavegur is full of shops and bars which are open until late evening hours.
No list for city breaks would be complete without including Paris. The capital of France is surely one of the most romantic places on Earth which still carries an air of authenticity as it has done for centuries. Paris’ landmarks are definitely the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe which any tourist is sure to visit, but you will find that every street has an abundance of history and culture to it. There are many quaint cafes, amazing restaurants and beautiful parks so be sure to check out as many as you can. Be sure to visit the artists quarter Montmartre boast one of the best views of the city.
Amsterdam is renowned for its nightlife worldwide, making it one of the best locations for a mini weekend break for couples looking for some fun. The city itself is far more than that though, its friendly, laid back vibe, stunning and original architecture and cobbled streets filled with bars and cafes makes it a great place to relax and unwind. The cities lies on a network of canals which can be best seen and explored by taking a canal boat trip. Search for the best deal on the web to find a great offer for seeing the whole city from the water – a truly unique experience.
Krakow is growing in popularity as one of the best destinations for young couples and groups of friends looking for great nightlife at affordable prices. The city also has amazing historic sights such as the 4th century Royal Wawel Castle and the Barbican fortress. Most of the action is centred around Rynek Glowny, the central Grand Square in the Old Town which at 200 sqm is the largest medieval town square in Europe. The square is surrounded by charming townhouses, cafes and bars and is a great place to relax and have a coffee or authentic Polish beer.
Rome is a chaotic and busy city bursting with history and culture making it one of the top tourist destinations in Europe. The beating heart of Italy as it is referred to is a city like no other home to the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Colosseum, St Peter’s Basilica and many other ancient Roman ruins and architectural gems. There is so much to do and experience in Rome that you will need regular food breaks and what other place on Earth is better at food than Italy. You will find great restaurants with prices which are very affordable outside the tourist areas.