At City Breaks Europe we want you to have the ultimate city break Europe but not at the expense of anything else, thats why we're proud to offer helpful advice when planning your city break Europe abroad or domestic.
With helpful tips that can save you money and expert knowledge of the travel industry, our advice is beneficial in getting the most out of your city break in Europe.
- Make absolutely sure you have all the necessary documents before you travel. including your passport. Without them your European city break won't even get started!
- Book early or book late, if you're booking early you can get great deals which are at bargain prices or if you book late you can get excellent deals due to the fact travel companies need to fill rooms that are empty.
- Try booking your trip very early, or very late. An early booking will ensure you can avoid disappointment and get the holiday you really want. If you don't mind having a more spontaneous kind of trip, late bookings can be a great way to take advantage of last-minute deals when hotels want to fill up their last remaining rooms.
- Arrange travel insurance and health insurance in advance to make sure you're covered in the event of anything going wrong.
- Take enough money to ensure that you can really enjoy yourself on your European city break. If you don't want to carry large amounts of cash around, there are safer alternatives such as traveller's currency cards.
- It's always a good idea to learn a few words in the language of your destination. Teach yourself a few basic phrases before setting off on your European city break so you are able to ask for prices, request directions, greet people and say "please" and "thank you". It's practical and courteous to attempt a little of the language of your host country.
- Buy a city guide before you leave and plan the things you want to see and do while on your city break in Europe. Leave yourself plenty of time to fit everything in so you can relax and go at your own pace without having to rush around.
And most importantly of all... enjoy your trip.