Quick September breaks in Europe

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Treat yourself to a wellness retreat

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Could you finish the E2 European long distance path?

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Take your family and friends to one of the best surf spots in Europe

Surfin’ Safari: 5 of the best surf spots in Europe

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Dual holidays in Europe - Hiking and driving

#WhatNext: Two trips in one – try one of these dual holidays in Europe

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the best self-guided tours in Europe

#WhatNext: Walking or driving? The best self-guided tours in Europe

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Things to do for one day in Bruges and Ghent in one day

9 things you can do in one day in Bruges and Ghent

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“See it, then, and weep”: Bringing Journey’s End to the Ypres Battlefields

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3 Wildlife Reserves in Europe

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Spring was made for camping: Amazing holiday parks in Europe

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May Half-Term 2018: Four family-friendly destinations in Europe

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2018 holiday quiz

2018 holiday quiz: Find your dream destination

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P&O minicruise to Holland

#WhatNext – Why you should book a minicruise in 2018

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Fun and easy cycling routes in Europe

Forget the Cobbles: Fun and easy cycle routes in Europe

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Lemon Festival 2018 in France

For the love of onions: Five specialty food festivals in Europe 2018

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Solo holiday ideas in Europe

Easy solo holiday ideas in Europe

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Embrace Spring: Four active holidays in Europe

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Last Minute February Holidays

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Where to go in 2018

Where to travel in 2018 – Your Holiday checklist

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Winter along the river in France

Last minute January holiday deals

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Chocolate making at Choco Story Belgium

Head to Europe for your Christmas party preparations

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#WhatNext: Two trips in one – try one of these dual holidays in Europe

Beach or city? Town or countryside? With these dual holidays in Europe, you won’t have to choose! These kinds of trips (which are also known as a multi-centre holidays) mean you can visit more than one kind of place in a single getaway. Think mornings people-watching in a buzzing town plaza followed by long afternoons on deserted white-sand beaches, or

#WhatNext: Walking or driving? The best self-guided tours in Europe

As part of our #WhatNext campaign, we’re encouraging travellers to explore the road less travelled. And what better way to do it than with a self-guided tour, where you’ll have the freedom to explore a city at your own pace? In the spirit of spontaneity, we’ve featured destinations that can be discovered on two feet or four wheels – whichever

9 things you can do in one day in Bruges and Ghent

The following post and photos come from Olga of @liolaliola. Brugge and Ghent have been on my travel wish-list list for a very long time. The Flanders’ finest medieval gems that are known for its picturesque architecture, cobbled lanes, dreamy canals, soaring towers and market squares. I couldn’t be more excited when P&O Ferries invited me to join on a weekend

3 Unmissable Bastille Day Events in Paris

Taking place on the 14th July each year, Bastille Day is arguably the biggest national holiday in France. Known locally as “la Fête Nationale”, the event marks the anniversary of the Storming of the Bastille Prison in 1789, which signalled the start of the French Revolution and France’s first step towards becoming a republic. Today, it gives French people the

“See it, then, and weep”: Bringing Journey’s End to the Ypres Battlefields

Last year, the battlefields of Ypres were transformed into the set of R.C. Sherriff’s Journey’s End. The show received rave reviews, one calling it “enthralling, good-humoured, finally heart-rending”. This autumn, the cast and crew of MESH Theatre return to Belgium to mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice. Here, director Sally Woodcock describes what it’s like to recreate history on the

“The best thing about our trip was the unexpected!” A Weekend in Scotland

The following post and photos come from Fiona of Gluten Free Fi When we planned our trip from Larne to Cairnryan, we opted to get the early ferry so that we could watch the sunrise as we sailed across the North Channel towards Scotland. At 2am my husband, Andy, packed up the car with all of my ‘essentials’…my extremely large