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City Breaks from Bristol
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City Breaks from Bristol

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City break destinations from Bristol – some suggestions:

 

Edinburgh

Visit enchanting Edinburgh Castle, and then spend some time in the renowned Scottish National Gallery before exploring Holyrood Palace. One of Britain's most photogenic cities, Edinburgh is also home to the beautiful Royal Botanic Garden and magnificent Holyrood Park, where you can climb to the top of the Arthur's Seat hill for a wonderful view of the city.

 

Amsterdam

Spend some time in the Verzetsmuseum (the Dutch Resistance Museum), the Rijksmuseum Dutch history and art exhibition, and the Rembrandt House Museum, which is housed in the former residence of the esteemed Dutch painter Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn. Take a relaxing stroll in the scenic Vondelpark, and then consider visiting the Anne Frank House, which is dedicated to the Jewish wartime writer Anne Frank.

 

Málaga

You can go to the famous Alcazaba of Málaga, which dates back to the 11th century and has been inhabited since at least the time of the Roman Empire. This bustling Andalucian city, which enjoys one of the sunniest, warmest climates in Europe, is also acclaimed for its Picasso Museum, exquisite cathedral, and the superb Tivoli World family theme park.

 

Dublin

The lively Irish capital is overlooked by well-preserved Dublin Castle, which largely dates back to the 18th century and was the headquarters of the UK government's Ireland administration until Ireland became an independent state in the 1920s. Dublin is also noted for its enormous Phoenix Park, one of the largest parks of any capital city in the world, and features the popular Guinness Storehouse, where you can sample Ireland's most famous beverage and learn about its heritage.

 

Palma de Mallorca

No visit to the charismatic capital of Mallorca would be complete without witnessing the spectacular Gothic-style Palma Cathedral, which is one of the largest churches in the Mediterranean, requiring more than four centuries of construction. Palma de Mallorca is also known for its terrific Royal Palace of La Almudaina, the enormous Bellver Castle, and the Es Baluard modern and contemporary art gallery.

 

Geneva

In French-speaking Geneva, you can see the enchanting Jet d'Eau fountain, which rises 140 metres above Lake Geneva and can be seen for miles around. The attractive Swiss city also contains the charming Place du Bourg-de-Four square, the grand St. Pierre Cathedral, the much-loved Musée d'Art et d'Histoire art gallery, as well as plenty of elegant cafés to choose from.