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You can choose from 21 different countries and see the best that Britain, Ireland, Eastern, Central and Mediterranean Europe have to offer.
Europe is a melting pot of beauty, culture, history, peoples and food!
Seaside towns, buzzing social events, friendly communities, historical wonders, amazing architecture, age-old traditions, pulsating cities and sleepy villages - you'll be awed by the variety. What makes a Creative Holiday special is you get to decide the pace, the level of accommodation and the transport. The options are all here.
Creative Holidays understands that everybody has their own unique idea of the perfect holiday and creates guides to equip you with a diverse range of holiday options including Lonely Planet maps and destinational content, sightseeing, transfers, mini stays, group tours, cruises and independent touring – everything you need to create your perfect holiday. Choose from an extensive range of budget, moderate, superior, deluxe or luxury hotels.
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Salzburg’s south bank of the river is a Baroque fiesta of churches, plazas, fountains, museums; chocolate bars and liqueurs. Vienna has worldclass museums, renowned orchestras, concert halls and great gardens.
Brussels is sumptuous, historic and luxuriously cosy with artistry richer than chocolate, architecture as graceful as its cuisine and diversity frothier than the beer.
Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is one of the oldest European cities and is yet one of Europe’s youngest metropolises. Zagreb has been Croatia’s capital since 1557 is finally coming into its own as an intriguing combination of Eastern and Western Europe.
Prague was largely undamaged by WWII, and the cityscape is stunning. Its compact medieval centre remains an evocative maze of cobbled lanes, ancient courtyards and churches watched over by an 1100-year-old castle.
London – has it all, from history to the 2012 Olympics. It’s a cosmopolitan mix of Third and First Worlds, the stubbornly traditional and the proudly avant-garde. Fine dining, clubbing, shopping and historical and modern sites galore make this a must visit city.
Copenhagen is an appealing and largely low-rise city. No matter what your interests, Copenhagen has a whole lot of sightseeing and entertainment on offer presented with typical Scandinavian assurance and flair.
Helsinki is Finland’s capital and the centre of its cultural, financial and economic activity It retains a small-town feel: there are no high-rise buildings and the market square is still surrounded by 19thcentury architecture.
Paris stimulates the senses, demanding to be seen, heard, touched, tasted and smelt. Paris is the essence of all things French. Gaze rapturously at its breezy boulevards, impressive monuments, great works of art and magic lights.
Berlin is the heart of Germany, with a stoic beat that echoes through grand public buildings, glorious museums and theatres, urbane restaurants, bustling pubs and raucous nightclubs.
Athens is an affable city enlivened by outdoor cafés, pedestrian streets, parks, gardens and urban eccentrics. The historic centre, major sites, dining and entertainment precincts are all close together making Athens a great walking city.
Dublin has had a burst of prosperity and has a new confident sheen, but what remains special is the spirit of the people who ensure that, despite whirlwind changes, Dublin remains one of Europe’s most down-to-earth and friendly cities.
Rome’s mild climate makes it visitable year-round; It’s hard to say what you’ll find most breathtaking - the opulence of the Vatican, the timelessness of the Forum, the romantic Trevi fountain or the Spanish Steps. Take the time to walk this beautiful city.
Amsterdam is one of the world’s best hangouts, a canny blend of old and new: radical squatter art installations hang off 17th-century eaves; BMWs give way to bicycles; and triple-strength monk-made beer is drunk in gleaming, minimalist cafés.
Warsaw a decade after the fall of communism has turned into a thrilling, busy city swiftly catching up with the West. It’s Poland’s most cosmopolitan, dynamic and progressive urban centre, dotted with luxury hotels, elegant shops and a diverse range of services.
Lisbon’s position on seven low hills beside a river once lured traders and settlers, and it’s still a stunning site. Add to that its cultural diversity, laid-back feel and architectural time warp, and you have one of the most enjoyable cities in Europe.
Madrid is Spain’s headiest city, where the revelling lasts long into the night and life is seized with the teeth and both hands. Madrid became the capital in the second half of the 16th century and now oozes an ebullience that rarely fails to move.
Stockholm is, without doubt, one of the most beautiful national capitals in the world. The Old Town is particularly spectacular, and walking around the city’s waterways and parks is a glorious way to spend a week-long stretch of European summer.
Zürich is the new Berlin. No hesitation, no competition. This formerly staid banking capital has experienced such a creative explosion in recent years, and such a mushrooming of innovative bars, restaurants and shops.
Istanbul straddles the Bosphorus, its skyline studded with domes and minarets. Its history tracks back from Byzantium to Constantinople to its place at the head of the Ottoman Empire. Today it hums as Turkey’s cultural heart and good-time capital.
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