Newcastle might not be your first choice for a min-break destination, but bear with us while we talk you through why it's worth adding to your short list.
If I shout Edinburgh, you might shout festival. But while Edinburgh has the characteristics of a bestseller during August, when visitors flock to frolic in the festivities, it is definitely a classic in the grand scheme of things: timeless, mysterious and
Athens offers lots to see and do that easily fits into a four day time frame.
Spend a long weekend in New York City shopping at some of the most stylish boutiques and stores.
Paris offers so many things to see and do that just walking around can be an experience, but if you choose your route carefully you can swing by some of the main Paris attractions. This Itinerary is Paris for the beginner who knows they're coming back.
Behind the functioning socialist concrete is the soft focus Moscow, wealthy in art and history. See both on this four day break.
Kyoto lets you back into the world of old Japan, of religion, royalty, commerce and nightlife. Gion’s streets beckon warmly after a day of gazing in awe at Kyoto’s thousands of temples and shrines-proving there is still life in the beautiful old girl
Carefully built over a net of canals, St. Petersburg is a city of aesthetic charms, but historic ones. These are the highlights in four days.
Mary Kate Alfieri recently spent a few months in the World Reviewer offices and got the opportunity to be a London local, so when she left to go back to the US we asked her what her perfect London long weekend would be.