London is arguably now the most exciting city in the world. Well, it depends of course what you are coming for - but for variety of art, restaurants, theatre, museums, green space and sheer energy - London has a charm that is hard to resist.
Barcelona is a city teeming with sexy fashion, sultry nightlife and mouth-watering food. But the city’s rich history also lends Barcelona a world-class art scene and architecture worthy of a postcard.
The relics of ancient palaces in St. Petersburg conjure up images of a long-forgotten city, but elegant St. Petersburg has recently made a comeback – transforming itself with hip music, restaurants and art.
Paris conjures up sidewalk cafes, great art, chic women and romantic weekends. Browse here too for antiques and Left Bank fashion, and stay in charming hotels.
Perhaps the most impressive city in the world - at least for those with any sense of history. A magical place of multiple civilisations that repays visiting many times over.
A busy, bustling cosmopolitan city flecked with the memories of ancient splendor. Browse the Parthenon then amble around the corner for hip coffee shops and raucous nightclubs.
In Seville, visitors will wander through ancient streets while being serenaded by strolling guitarists, greeted by gypsies and lured by the sweet smell of orange blossoms.
The West Country is as quaint as it is rural, with just a few larger cities to interrupt the green sprawling English countryside and catch a wandering visitor’s attention for a few hours before they head back to the sprawling farmland.