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Are post-summer blues kicking in yet? Are you already thinking about that next time you’ll be lifting off the ground and jetting off to your holiday? You couldn’t be blamed if these things ring true for you. Well, we’re here to help. Here are a few much visited and much loved European cities in which to frolic and meander in the chilly winter months when the last place you want to be is in a dreary and cold English town or city. These are all locations that can be explored in a long weekend, not too far away, and replete with as much culture as you could possibly want or need. Understandably not everyone can get away travelling, so if this applies to you then check out some online slot machines uk.
Amsterdam is a fantastic short holiday destination. Small enough to explore by foot or, more appropriately considering the city’s most common form of transport, by bicycle. The Dutch capital city is packed full of bars, café’s museums and other touristic hot stops to dig your teeth into. A top tip for the live music fans out there is to check out The Paridiso. This iconic venue is arguably the most infamous in the Dutch capital city; always show casing some of the best acts on tour from all around the world.
Seems an obvious one to suggest. An obvious choice. Perhaps even a clichéd choice. However, whatever sound bytes you want to believe about the French capital, they are there for a reason – it really it one of the most beautiful and fascinating cities in the world. There is, of course, the Eiffel Tower, built initially at a temporary structure for the World Trade Fair, and the Arch De Triumph, but there are also a multitude of other gems to be found all over the city. I won’t spoil them all for you now, I’ll let you uncover them for yourself, and there are plenty to uncover! So, hop on the Eurostar, read a book, play a game or two of WizardSlots, watch a movie, then get off at the other end and explore the great city of love.
This Bavarian city could well be described as the ideal winter destination. It could easily lay claim to being the ultimate winter urban idyll. Oktoberfest is the obvious cultural landmark to point to. Whether this quite counts as winter is arguable. But either way, the beer in Germany, especially this part of Germany, is second to none. So, decide which one of your friends is the most prolific and refined lager drinker, and take a trip to this beautiful Bavarian city. The lager is cheap and delicious. It is not a stretch to imagine that if you and your friend are that into lager, you’re probably both into football too. Well, Munich also just so happens to be the city where one of the greatest football teams in the world resides. Bayern Munich has had incredible success in the footballing world and the stadium is second to none. So, escape from cold and dreary England, pack some warm cloths and be on your way to lager and football paradise.