Did you know: The World Health Organisation (WHO) has labelled the Costa Blanca as one of the healthiest climates in the world.
Known as the party capital of Valencia Alicante is famous for it’s white, sandy beaches, glamorous yachting culture and delicious selection of seafood.
Did you know: Legendary artist Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga, where some of his most personal works are still held.
Even later in the season Malaga’s geographical location between the sea and mountains preserves the ideal holiday conditions, making it the perfect location for a sun-soaked escape all year round.
Did you know: Palma is a regular holiday destination to the Spanish royal family since the local palace was gifted to them by the city.
Palma is the favourite for those looking to enjoy sun-drenched beaches on a pristine coastline, with a thriving tourism industry that ensures there is plenty to entertain and delight.
Did you know: Antigua has produced some of the best cricketers to the world, including Sir Vivian Richards, Richie Richardson and Andy Roberts.
The sandy shores of Antigua offer a selection of the most exclusive hotels in the Caribbean, with accommodation designed to suit a range of budgets.
Did you know: A major attraction of St Lucia is ‘Sulphur Springs’, the world’s only drive-in volcano.
Lush mountain hideaways and glamorous beach resorts make St Lucia a crowning jewel of the Caribbean islands and thanks to a strong French influence St Lucian cuisine is hard to beat.
Did you know: The leaves of the Barbados national flower are boiled and used as a tea to soothe restless young children.
Barbados is well-known as a paradise of beautiful tropical scenery and sandy beaches, with an elaborate range of food, such as the fresh-off-the-boat seafood.
Did you know: The Brussel’s Royal Palace is bigger and more elaborate than Buckingham Palace.
The home of all things chocolate offers a rich history and hectic social calendar. From film and jazz festivals, to its December transformation into a winter wonderland, there is always something to do.
Did you know: Hamburg's official name is the ‘Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg’.
As one of the richest cities in Europe Hamburg boasts a selection of the finest hotels in the world, from ultra-modern to traditional opulence and an experimental culinary scene that will make your mouth water.
Did you know: Despite it’s iron construction the Eiffel Tower has visibly swayed during high winds.
Regarded as the ultimate city-break Paris is famous for its food, culture and charm. With more Michelin-stars than any other city in Europe it still holds sway over the taste-buds of the world.
Did you know: The region of Gdansk is famous for the Amber gem, a mineral that changes colour depending on it’s age.
Set amongst the majestic beauty of the Baltic coast, this picturesque Polish village is the best kept secret in Europe for its gourmet seafood, exotic jewellery and welcoming Polish charm.