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Stunningly pretty is one way to describe the city of Prague.

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Prague is a city blessed with the beauty of its architecture. Full of bridges, cathedrals and churches this is a stunningly pretty place. Prague is quickly recovering the grandeur that it had in its early years. This has become a hot destination for couples and for hen and stag weekends lured by its wild nightlife and cheap beer and great hotels. Come to Prague for the perfect city break!

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HOTELS IN AMSTERDAM 2015 & 2016

Amsterdam has lots of hotels on offer providing you with cheap hotels and hostels to 5 star hotels offering the best in luxury and service.

Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands and it’s largest city as well as a major financial centre.  It is an exciting place to visit, with a real buzz around the fabulous main square called the Dam, which links most of the main streets and the transport network. Amsterdam centre is not too large, relatively easy to get around on public transport which includes the canals of course! A good buy is the City Card which covers public transport, a pocket guide and provides over free and discounted offers.  It is a great destination for the weekend, do plan what you want to see to make the most of your time.

So what to do ? A canal cruise is a must, the quiet back canals offer wonderful views of the tall houses, built this way as the cost of canal frontages was huge. Many now house business and museums but you will see local families too. An evening cruise is a good idea, see the bridges illuminated and the street sides lit.

Then there is the world leading art, culture and the museums.  This is not a complete list by any means, but here are some of the best known.
The Hermitage Amsterdam museum, Dutch branch of the Hermitage in Saint Petersburg. This shows Russian history and culture, including paintings, sculptures and archaeological finds from the collection in St Petersburg. Peter the Great lived in Amsterdam the city for some time.

The Oude Kerk is the oldest church and the oldest building in Amsterdam. It dates to around 1250 and is located in the red-light district ! Perhaps best visited in daylight!

The Van Gogh Museum houses the largest collection of paintings by Vincent van Gogh in the world and the permanent collection includes paintings, drawings and letters.

The Anne Frank House is where a young Jewish girl, Anne Frank lived, hiding with her family for more than two years during World War II. Anne’s diary was published and is a best-seller around the world. There is an exhibition about the persecution of the Jews as well as discrimination in general. The house gets very busy, so maybe better later on in the day.

And where to stay?  All around the central area are top class hotels, offering everything you could want.  There is the Grand Amsterdam, the Amstel Intercontinental, the Pulitzer, Hotel D’Europe and the Grand Krasnapolsky, to name just a few. However, in the slightly less expensive market, maybe a smaller hotel, set in the quieter areas, with a more local feel, or even a self catering apartment.

And if you are more a people watcher than a culture vulture then the myriad of cafes, bars and restaurants offer more than enough choice. Just be a little careful, the coffee shops are the ones that can sell the soft drugs!! Even standing outside you can get a good idea of what they sell!

The night life offers everything you expect from a capital city, bars, night clubs, comedy clubs and restaurants of every level and type. Then there is the red light district, perhaps worth a look, but do be broad minded!  However, many visitors to Amsterdam spend their visit without even knowing it’s there. 

So a city with a unique take on life with friendly people, fantastic architecture, great entertainment, world class art and culture and the canals, what more can you want?


 



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The uniquely Spanish charm of Barcelona is hard to forget.

Barcelona is an enchanting city which is full of museums, theatres and art galleries. This Spanish city is full of charm and character and it has an exciting and charismatic nightlife. Come here for the Art Nouveau architecture of Antoni Gaudi which includes his unfinished masterpiece Sagrada Familía. Barcelona is packed full of exquisite food from all around the country, come and enjoy the paella or the spicy chorizo sausage. For the best accommodation in Barcelona, book hotels with QuickRooms.com.

For a relaxing bite to eat and something to drink head to Las Ramblas, this pedestrian street is filled with cafes and street stalls and is perfect for people watching. The town palace of Palau Guell is nearby and was designed by the famous architect Antoni Gaudi and is well worth a visit. For something different take a walk through the narrow streets of the old Gothic quarter making sure you stop in at Picasso’s old hangout.

Anyone who likes shopping will love Barcelona. The beautiful people show off the city’s flare and style. Head to the designer boutiques and shops of Passeig de Gracia and Bulevard Rosa for authentic Spanish fashion. After a hard day shopping head to the bars and restaurants in Plaça Real for some of the city’s best food. Here enjoy escudella, a rich stew or settle for the classic Spanish paella.

If you are seeking a party then Barcelona will deliver. As the sun sets in the evening the bars slowly fill before people hit the restaurants and clubs. For some of the trendiest bars head to La Ribiera with its romantic old settings, or mix it up and head to the bars of Plaça Real or the hip area of El Ravel which is one of the most varied. Copy the Spanish and have a late dinner before heading to a club and dancing the night away.

Barcelona is the place to come if you are looking for culture, football, shopping and nightlife. Watch Barcelona playing in La Liga or head to the art galleries and museums. Here discover a little about Gaudi and Picasso and learn about another famous Catalan, Salvador Dali. For its atmosphere, charm and location Barcelona cannot be beaten.So what are you waiting for, book your hotel now and prepare for a fantastic trip!



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The stunning capital city of the new and stylish Germany.

Berlin is Germany’s alluring and delightful capital city which is filled with all manner of hotels, museums and attractions. Come and discover the city’s history from the early day’s right through to the fall of the Berlin Wall. This is a city which will leave you feeling inspired and will keep you wanting more. Take the time to visit the Tiergarten district with its parks and zoo or head to the cosmopolitan areas which are springing up all over the city.

This city epitomises the German ethos of work hard and play hard. At night the bars and beer cellars are filled with office workers out to enjoy themselves. As the weekend approaches the bars and clubs fill showing off the playful German attitude. Also popular are the many festivals which the city hosts in the summer including the massive Love parade festival. Who said the Germans were boring!

There is more to this city than great parties. Come and enjoy the cultural side with monuments to its recent history still playing a major role. Visit Checkpoint Charlie the border crossing between east and west, Brandenburg gate or the remains of the Berlin Wall which has become an open air art gallery. The once busy square of Potsdamer Platz is enjoying a surge in popularity with restaurants, shopping centres and cafes popping up in the surrounding area.

Come to Berlin and experience the new and the old, modern shops and office buildings surround the buildings of days gone by. Here enjoy the long shopping hours and search for all things from electronics to the latest designer fashions. Take the time to just wander through the districts stopping to enjoy the great food. Germany is a food lover’s paradise; here you will find traditional dishes like Bratwurst and Sauerkraut to the wonderful and delicious Black Forest gateaux. Come to Berlin and savour the city’s unique flavour!



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The city of Copenhagen is the trendy and glamorous capital of Denmark.

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark is the largest city in Scandinavia, search for hotels for your chance to discover all that Copenhagen has to offer. This is a colourful and dynamic city lies on the island of Zealand, filled with period buildings there are very few buildings above 6 storeys in this fairytale city. Visit the little mermaid a sculpture inspired by Hans Christian Andersen or head to the amusement park at Tivoli gardens. Here at quickrooms.com we will find the perfect accommodation to make your visit enjoyable.

Strøget is the centre of Copenhagen’s shopping district and is the largest pedestrian street in Europe. It is filled with all the top designer shops as well as the high street fashion shops. Strøget may have all the major fashion designers but the boutiques and shops down the side streets are where all the bargains and unique buys are. Don’t forget to stop in at a flea market to browse the stalls and goods.

Undeniably one of the most popular tourist attractions Tivoli Gardens is a beautiful park which is lit by lanterns at night. It is home to rollercoaster rides, top end restaurants and open air music stages. Walk through at night to be enchanted by the soft glow of the lanterns in the trees and the sound of music as it floats through the air.

For one of the best ways to view the city you should get on a city bike. These bikes are free to use, simply requiring a 20 Kroner coin to release them from their stand. Once you have finished with the bike simply return it to a stand and get your 20 Kroner coin back. Take the time and visit the lakes which run through the city stopping for a coffee in one of the cafes and enjoying the scenery.

Copenhagen is a glamorous and stylish city where you will find top quality restaurants, trendy nightspots, cultural and tourist attractions. Enjoy Kronburg castle, Amalienborg Palace the winter home of Royalty or the National Gallery which houses European and Danish paintings and sculptures. Come to Copenhagen and enjoy all that it has to offer!  



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Dubrovnik is a charming holiday destination blending waterfront charm with culture and history.

Dubrovnik, known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, with its history, culture and original charm is an ever popular holiday destination for young and old alike. Boasting a wonderful atmosphere and picturesque location, the old town has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. The historic city walls are one of the main appeals to sightseers in Dubrovnik, and the pretty waterfront buildings come a close second. With festivals, shows and various events keeping culture alive, holiday makers to Dubrovnik are certain of a memorable time, whatever their preference.

Dubrovnik is home to the annual Summer Festival, which is a haven for enthusiastic performers, film makers and musicians. Live performances and art displays are embraced by locals and tourists alike, and this popular festival greatly increases the visitors every year. If you wish to visit during this time it is very much recommended that you book your accommodation and flights early to ensure you don’t miss out on the event.

If you take a trip to old Dubrovnik, you will pass through one of four city gates. One of these is the renowned Pile Gate, which stands tall alongside ancient defensive walls that still surround the city. Paving stones laid in 1468 take you to one of the most celebrated pieces of the old city, the Onofrio Fountain. At the other end of the Stradun or Placa is the Orlando Column, a favourite meeting place for locals. Going to the outskirts of the city walls, there are further historic references to the bygone era. Four fortresses stand at the wall corners and make for fascinating exploration. With Sponza Palace and the Franciscan Monastery as additional historic attributes, Dubrovnik continues to surprise and delight at every turn.

Away from the history of the city, Dubrovnik is no less exciting. Beach activity sets the precedence for a Mediterranean break. This is an excellent place to explore reefs and wrecks surrounded in colorful and varied sea life. There are organizations that can teach you to dive if you are new to the pastime, and what better place to learn than in the warm waters of Croatia? This charming city is an excellent choice due to its variety of beaches, history and exquisite landscape.



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London Hotels & Late rooms

Cheap London hotels are easier to come by than you think. At quickrooms we have hundreds of hotels at very competitive prices including late rooms for the last minute hotel bookings. Search the site and enjoy a great value for money weekend in London.

London, the capital city of England and the United Kingdom, is one of the oldest Cities in Europe. It is also the most populated city in Europe and attracts around twenty seven million visitors a year. It is a leading financial centre as well as a major centre for the arts, commerce, fashion and media. It is a must visit on everyone's list from travellers all over the world. It is home to nearly eight million people, who speak an amazing 300 languages!

The huge variety of accommodation stretches from the major hotels such as the Ritz, the Dorchester and the Savoy, which provide world class service and accommodation to boutique hotels in fascinating areas such as Notting Hill or Islington. Every possible price sector and type is available with a huge choice to find the perfect stay for everyone.

London's major sites are easily found, by open top bus, taxi or the underground. Must see attractions include the Tower of London, London Eye, Westminster, Buckingham Palace, Wembley Stadium, Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square, St Paul's and many more. If you seek some peace and quiet, it is amazing that just a few yards from the main roads are beautiful, extensive and relaxing parks. Make for Regents Park, which includes London Zoo, Green Park and St James Park. It is like being in the country!

For culture lovers, visits to some of the worlds major museums and art galleries is a must. Don't miss the Victoria and Albert, Tate Modern, British Museum, National Gallery or maybe Madame Tussards.

When it comes to the performing arts, Theatre land is a fairytale of productions from serious Shakespeare to the many musicals, including Oliver, Phantom of the Opera and many more. Most of the larger hotels will make all your arrangements for you.

Or perhaps a River Thames trip would be a good option, on a sunny day it is a very relaxing way of drifting along the river with many famous sights on each bank, you can even have lunch or dinner on board.

London's Restaurants are a legend to themselves, perhaps try the famous such as the Ivy, the Savoy Grill, the Gavroche, or Gordon Ramsay's flagship restaurant in Chelsea which has three Michelin stars. There are many more quality eating places in areas such as Covent Garden, Earls Court and Islington. All price ranges and tastes are catered for in a really dazzling choice of international food.

London has excellent transport links to all of the country and so is both easy to get to and easy to use as a base for travelling around the UK.

London is a vibrant, friendly, lively city with the ability to cater for many different travellers from the culture seeker, the foodie, the theatre goer, the historian and so many more.

Visit in 2012, the year of the London Olympics !

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Typical Spanish flair and culture make Madrid a city full of zest.

Take advantage of the wealth of hotels on offer and visit Madrid. Sitting on top of a plateau the city of Madrid is the capital of Spain and the highest capital in Europe. Come here for boundless blue skies, and endless long summer days with the sun beating down on you. Madrid may be new to the city break scene but it is certainly here to stay. Once here enjoy bull fighting and football and some of the best nightlife in Spain. Book your flights and let Quickrooms.com sort out your accommodation needs.

Madrid is filled with art. In the golden museum triangle you will find works by some of the most famous artists in the world. Visit Reina Sofia National Museum, Del Prado Museum or Thyssen-Bornnemisza Museum for some of the world’s best art. So whether you are looking for Botticelli and Caravaggio, van Dyck and Rubens or Picasso and Van Gogh you will find them all here.

There is plenty to see in Madrid including the Royal Palace and Armoury which has over 3000 rooms and is now open to the public. There are regular English tours which take in the grandiose state apartments, reception, pharmacy and armoury. Madrid’s Plaza Mayor is the famous central square which in summer is filled with people enjoying the music and parades and sipping sangria as the sun fades.

Come and enjoy the sporting pedigree that Madrid has, with two top teams namely Real and Atletico, the football here is top notch. The city is also the home of Bullfighting a sport which still draws in huge crowds. If sport is not for you then Madrid is great for shopping, head to the trendy district of Calle Fuencarral for some good shopping or if you have money to burn head to the Salamanca district. All of this makes Madrid a top destination for a city break.



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Fashion, art and beauty are what await you in the Italian city of Milan.

Milan is known throughout the world as being one of the top places in the world for fashion and beauty. Search for luxury hotels, accommodation and more at Quickrooms. Come and join the beautiful people and walk around some of the world’s most beautiful buildings. The city’s vast cathedral is adorned with 3500 statues and on a clear day you can see the peaks of the Alps. Even by Italy’s high standard, Milan is a stunningly pretty city. Enjoy the chic glamour of this Italian city.

The church of Santa Maria delle Grazie dates back to 1463 and proudly displays one of Leonardo da Vinci’s greatest works, The Last Supper. Milan is filled with great buildings from the magnificent cathedral to the Castello Sforzeco which was originally a fortress but is now a stunning Renaissance residence. The opera house was built in 1776 and still houses performances to this day.

Milan is an exciting and energetic city and home to international fashion. Throughout the year the city is filled with fashion shows and events showcasing the latest collections. For full throttle entertainment head to the annual Monza Grand Prix and watch the legends of formula one competing. Don’t forget to cheer for Ferrari!

The city is filled with art galleries and the Villa Reale and Civica Galleria d’Arte Moderna house some of Italy’s premier art collections. Here you will find masterpieces from artists such as Matisse, Picasso and Grassi. The Brera museum houses Madonna and Child and Pieta by Bellini.

For all your designer shopping head to Via Montenapoleone which houses some of the worlds best loved designers. Milan is all about fashion, nightlife and culture and football. There is plenty to see and do in and around the city making this a destination not to be missed!



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Paris is Europe's true capital of culture and cuisine.

Paris is a stylish and enticing city which is full of charm and character. The capital of France is a lively and dynamic place which is full of old world charm. Paris is filled with iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel tower, Champs Elysées and Notre-Dame cathedral. This is the place to come for haute cuisine, fashion, nightlife and romance. Spend a long weekend in Paris and let quickrooms.com find you the best hotels.

This is an enthralling city which is full of va va voom. Thousands of people flock to Paris every year for everything from art and culture to food and drink. Home to great museums such as the Louvre and the Orsay it is a capital of art. The Louvre is famous for housing Leonardo da Vinci’s premier work the Mona Lisa. The museum also features heavily in Dan Brown’s bestselling book “The Da Vinci Code”.

Alluring and captivating, Paris is brimming with romance. Come here with a loved one and stroll through the parks and gardens soaking in the atmosphere. Stop for a coffee in a small café and dine in style in any one of the top restaurants. Visit the Eiffel tower for breathtaking views of the city, and to visit a true symbol and icon of Paris. Walk along the banks of the Seine stopping to lounge on the grass in the summer.

Notre-Dame cathedral is a lasting monument at the heart of the city. Considered to be one of the world’s greatest Gothic structures it was started in 1163. Take the 387 steps to the top of the towers for awe inspiring views of the city. The Pompidou centre is worth visiting and is home to the modern art museum. In the summer months street performers fill the square outside with song and dance.

Paris is a vibrant city with a great food and drink scene. The city is filled with some of the best restaurants in the world, and some of the greatest chefs. If you are looking for elegance then Paris is for you. Come to Paris for chic fashion with designer clothes and perfumes aplenty!



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HOTELS AND ACCOMMODATION IN TURKEY

Hotels in Turkey offer everything from basic hostels to luxury five star resorts, offering anything from room only to all inclusive hotels.

Turkey undoubtedly gave us the complete holiday experience and whether your holiday is a well planned family event or a last minute search for the sun, Turkey has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in recent years as the climate, accommodation, restaurants and nightlife, satisfies individual and family requirements alike. The beautiful beaches and crystal blue sea offer the opportunity to enjoy the numerous water sport activities of swimming, sailing, snorklling , jet skiing and diving that are available to the energetic and adventurous or if you prefer simply relax in the warm sunshine. The whitewashed villages, the variety of architecture and history of the region are magnificent and nightlife abounds in the clubs and bars for those looking to party into the early hours.

The climate in the countries seven regions differ slightly dependent upon their proximity to mountain ranges but the coastal resorts of the Aegean and Mediterranean Sea enjoy practically rain free periods between May and October, with sea temperatures frequently around the mid 20`s Centigrade.

The Aegean coastline offers more than wonderful coastline and beaches but also popular towns and villages which include Izmir, Turkeys third largest city and the regions capital, the village of Assos with the Temple of Athena overlooking the Aegean, the lively resort of Bodrum, Kusadasi with its harbour and Datca bordering the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas. The area also boasts many examples of magnificent architectural heritage including Ephasus one of the worlds` best examples of Roman influence and can be found just 3 km from Selcuk.

Mediterranean Turkey covers the southern coast partially with a backdrop of mountain ranges and inland areas to the wonderful beaches and shimmering sea, the larger towns of Adana and Antalya, an expanding destination that boasts some of the region`s liveliest nightlife, the coastal towns and villages of Kas, Mersin, Marmaris and Felthlye also prove very popular.

The Sea of Marmara to the north is considered by many to be the border between Asia and Europe, the region is a little cooler, and does experience some rainfall but is still a warm climate. Istanbul is now considered the capital of the region in which The Ottoman Empire originated over 700 years ago when Bursa was considered as its capital. The region also provides access to Gallipoli with its WW1 Memorial and the ruins of Troy.

The Black Sea region to the north offers a contrasting landscape of rocky coastline, forested mountain areas and arable farmland, the coastline while dramatic in parts is warm in the summer months but can also be more humid than the Aegean or Mediterranean coastlines.

As east meets west and as the different dynasties developed the influence of the Greeks, Roman and Byzantine periods, together with the rise of the Ottoman Empire can be identified not only in the architecture, but also in the variety of food available and the delicate use of spices in certain dishes. Combine this with the beautiful beaches, the flowers and fauna and Turkey offers couples and families alike the opportunity of a memorable holiday.



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