From hair-raising roller coasters to exhilarating, grand-scale illusions, today’s theme parks offer something for all adrenaline levels. Some of the most popular are relatively close to our P&O ports, and because you can take your car, you’re free to explore the surrounding area at your leisure. Read our guide to getting to some of the best theme parks in Europe.
Caravanning opens up a whole new world of adventure. The freedom and flexibility to roam as you please, taking in new sights and waking up to different views means you can really tailor your holiday to your exact requirements. If you’ve never travelled to Europe with a caravan, then there’s never been a better time to take a P&O ferry across the water and discover something new. Easy to get to, but a great way to ‘get away from it all’, here are some of our favourite holiday parks in Europe.
Visit Europe in late May and you’ll be served up with reliably warm temperatures, longer daylight hours and resorts which are considerably less crowded than high season – making it perfect for a half-term break. Looking for fun stuff to do in Europe with the kids this May half-term? Here we have city breaks, adventure holidays and beautiful breaks in nature – so get inspired with our favourite family-friendly destinations.
Itching for a holiday but not sure where to go? We’ve got you sorted! This spring we’re all about asking #WhatNext – whether that be finding your new dream destination or choosing a new restaurant in your favourite city. So we designed this 2018 holiday quiz to help you choose one of our favourite trips for this year – all tailored to your tastes. Whether you’re a hiking fan or a leisure-lover, find your next perfect holiday in Europe here!
Whether you ran the race yourself or stayed on the sidelines, the London Marathon is an incredible experience for competitors and spectators alike. If the grit of this year’s runners inspired you to try the long game out for yourself, or you’re keen to make the most of your training by completing another race, why not test yourself in the beautiful surroundings of these European marathons? The great thing about these running events is that there’s always a fantastic atmosphere along the routes and beyond – guaranteeing an exhilarating city break even if you’re not competing. And if you’re inspired to take a running holiday but aren’t quite ready for the full 26.2 miles, many of these events also offer shorter races on and around marathon day. So lace up your running (or walking!) shoes – here are four of our favourite European marathons for 2018.