Sweden’s second-largest city is often overshadowed by the capital, Stockholm. But the popularity of Gothenburg – home to restaurants, picturesque architecture, sophisticated bar culture, renowned galleries and art museums – has exploded in the last few years. When you come for a visit, wind your way down the cobblestone streets or take one of the charming blue and white trams as you peruse these Gothenburg gems.
Copenhagen is the ideal city break – with angular 21-century architecture along the waterfront and indie boutiques and bars, there’s something new around every corner.
Prague offers so much more than alluring architecture, abundant brews and inherently romantic atmosphere. It possesses a wildly eclectic mix of history, culture, ambiance, nightlife and beauty.
Amsterdam is a gorgeous place for a city break. There are those picture-perfect canals to mention and higgledy-piggledy water-side houses, with a fashionable world of boutiques, bars, galleries, museums and some of the most beautiful hotels we’ve ever seen – all set against a backdrop of liberalism and creativity.