• Posts Tagged ‘Eurostar’

    Paris – the Perfect City Break Introduction for Children

    by  • July 29, 2015 • Children, City Breaks, Exhibitions, Paris, Rail

    Indoors and Outdoors, Paris Offers a Magical Summer Holiday Adventure for all the Family. With the summer holidays now well underway, you might already be wondering how you’re going to survive the remaining few weeks, especially if the weather doesn’t make a swift improvement! If you’re looking for an easily-accessible change of scene for...

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    Get Down in Ghent

    by  • July 9, 2015 • Architecture, Art, City Breaks, Festivals, Ghent, Music, Rail

    The Season of Jazz is in Full Swing in Ghent I recently blogged about jazz festivals taking place in Brussels and Copenhagen, well here’s another one about to start! Getting underway tomorrow (Friday, 10th July) and running through until Saturday, 18th July is Gent Jazz Festival, a nine-day festival of jazz in the delightful...

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    Summer Holiday City Breaks with a Child-Friendly Twist

    by  • July 6, 2015 • Amsterdam, Art, Children, City Breaks, Exhibitions, Film, New York, Paris, Utrecht

    From Harry Potter to The Hunger Games, New York to the Netherlands, toddlers to teenagers, captivate the kids with a child-friendly exhibition. The summer holidays are fast approaching and if you’re anything like me, you’re probably wondering how on earth you’re going to fill six weeks of lazy school-free days with interesting, inspirational ideas...

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    On the Eve of its 20th Anniversary, Eurostar announces a Speedier Service to Paris from 2015

    by  • November 13, 2014 • Amsterdam, Antwerp, City Breaks, Lyon, Marseille, Paris, Rail

    With sleek new trains and an increased number of direct destinations, city breaks by rail are to become even more accessible than ever before As part of the celebratory events surrounding the 20th anniversary of the first Eurostar trains to Continental Europe back in November 1994, Eurostar has unveiled plans this morning for bigger and faster...

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    The Rough Guide’s Top 20 Second Cities

    by  • October 1, 2014 • Barcelona, Bruges, Fez, Glasgow, Krakow, Porto, St Petersburg, Venice

    Be it Fez or Venice, Barcelona or Bruges, these second cities are undoubtedly worth a look. Yesterday the Rough Guide tweeted their top 20 global recommendations for second cities that, in their own words, “you need to visit” and the list made for some interesting reading. Amongst the far flung destinations such as Montréal...

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