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The stunning capital city of the new and stylish Germany.

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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.

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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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Canals, chocolates and some wonderful architecture make Brussels a cultural capital city.

Book hotels with quickrooms.com and explore Brussels, the capital of Belgium, think beer, chocolate and waffles. Belgium is sandwiched between Germany, France, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. With this in mind it is not unusual to hear both Dutch and French widely spoken. Brussels is now an important city in Europe for both business and politics and is also the home to international organisations such as NATO and the EU.

Visit the main square in the town which is enclosed by old buildings and the clock tower. Here the atmosphere changes between the day and night with light shows illuminating the surrounding buildings. From here the Manneken Pis is a short walk away and is one of the most famous fountains in the world. This small bronze figure can be seen having a wee year round. To preserve his modesty he has been dressed in clothes.

This city is full of surprises and great sites, come and visit the Atomium which is a detailed model of an iron crystal cell. With windows in the top most sphere giving great views out over the city it is little wonder why this is so popular. For something a bit different why not head to the canal. Here you will find Brussels beach, a 1km stretch of fine sand and coconut palms. People relax in the sun or break a sweat with a game of volleyball. A stranger sight you will not see.

Brussels is an ideal city for a short break. Come here and enjoy mussels, French Fries and the waffles not forgetting to try the beer. Enjoy shopping in the centre for films, books and of course chocolate. Belgium is widely regarded as producing the worlds best chocolate which you will find here in abundance. With all this food on offer make sure you take the time and walk around the old town. Visit the guildhalls and baroque buildings to see how the city once was. To see this and more come to Brussels the political heart of Europe!

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The city of Cologne is awash with entertainment and nightlife for you to enjoy

Book from a choice of hotels and explore Cologne, one of Germany’s most iconic cities. The vast cathedral which took over 600 years to build fills the skyline and is instantly recognisable. With a cityscape reminiscent of Gotham city this is an endearing place to come. Green parks surround the city and are filled with families enjoying the long summer days. This is very much a green city which is proud of its open spaces and friendly character. Come and enjoy the best of Germany and let Quickrooms.com find you the perfect accommodation.

One of the first sights on any visitor’s lists is the Cologne cathedral which is at the heart of the city. Climb your way to the top of the 509 stairs for an expansive view of the city below. Spires fill the city skies and all around there are glimpses of the former city of Cologne. With Romanesque churches, a synagogue and a good collection of museums, there is plenty to keep you entertained during the day.

In Cologne you will find a highly charged and developed nightlife. Here you will find everything from elegant bars and restaurants to traditional beer gardens. Head to Freisenviertel and Belgische Viertel for trendy bars and restaurants or mix it up with the students around Barbarossaplatz and Ehrenfeld. Cologne is well known for its beer and any visitor should take the time to sample a glass or two of the local brew. Served in small glasses and chilled it is the perfect refreshment.

This is a fascinating city which takes its roots from Roman times. Head to Cologne to one of Germany’s grandest cities! Here architecture and arts overwhelm and the city leaves you wanting more. With over 3000 bars and restaurants you can find some local delicacies to enjoy and wash it down with Kolsch beer. Come to Cologne for shopping, nightlife and culture!

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The business region of Germany, Frankfurt is an interesting city.

Frankfurt offers a choice of accommodation; take advantage of great hotels in the economic and business centre of Germany. The city is a sprawling metropolis filled with people and glass clad skyscrapers. Germany’s favourite literary son, Goethe, was born in the city. The city is full of contrasts with wealthy bankers rubbing shoulders with poor students. Come here for the many shows and trade events that grace the city such as the annual Frankfurt Motor Show.

The old district of the city which was destroyed during World War II has been thoughtfully reconstructed including the house of Goethe. The centre offers a change of pace from the hustle and bustle of the financial district. The city is also home to German banking and finance. Here the stock exchange has been trading since 1585 and is the largest in mainland Europe.

Even though the city is business orientated it spends more than other city on the arts. Here the people crave all things art and cultural as an escape from the busy world of finance. In the evening theatres and concert halls are filled with the art loving public. The upmarket bars and restaurants slowly come alive and the city is alive with cosmopolitan style.

Mainhatten and Bankfurt are the affectionate names by which the city is known throughout Germany. With its immense skyline it would not be out of place in North America. Offering the lifestyle to go with its high rise architecture this is a modern German city which is on the cutting edge. Come here for the arts, fine wine and classy restaurants. Let Quickrooms.com sort out your accommodation needs.

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

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!

All of the city’s main attractions are focused around the central districts with the castle and cathedral dominating from their lofty perch on the hill. The city’s castle is officially the largest ancient castle in the world. As well as the cathedral the area has several palaces, a picture gallery and the Royal gardens. Watch the changing of the guard performed by the Presidential guard every hour.

The old town is full of monuments, churches, the town hall and the theatre where Mozart’s Don Giovanni was first performed. One of the city’s most beautiful attractions is the 14th century Charles Bridge which spans the Vltava. Prague is the place to come for art and culture. Here you will find the Kafka museum, the National Gallery, the Mucha museum and lots more. Everything you would want to know about Czech artists and writers you will find here.

Prague is also attracting a new type of visitor. It is quickly becoming known and loved as a party destination for hen, stag and group parties. With cheap beer and a lively nightlife Prague is the perfect venue. Whether relaxing in spa hotels in complete luxury or hitting the nightclubs and bars around town you are guaranteed to have a great time.

For couples or families there is a lot to do in the evening. Take a trip to the opera, go to the theatre, watch some comedy or listen to some live music. Have a romantic meal with a loved one overlooking the Vltava River or head into town for a few quiet drinks. Take a tour of the river, or have dinner while floating downstream and enjoy you city break!

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