The European city breaks you should take this weekend

Because travelling abroad doesn't need to mean an 8 hour flight

Monaco, France

The European city breaks you should take this weekend

Why?

On the south coast of France lies Monaco, a beautiful Sovereign city-state. With blistering heat and 30% percent of the population being millionaires, no gentleman wants to miss the opportunity to visit a city of this stature. Whether you’re in the city for the Yacht Show or Formula 1, or there to enjoy the incredible beaches, there’s something for everyone. Culture, amazing food, fast cars and beautiful yachts: what’s not to love? The perfectly formed tax haven has a lot to offer, gentlemen, so don’t miss it.

Madrid, Spain

The European city breaks you should take this weekend

The vast capital city of Spain is a haven of amazing food, culture and sport. The city host two of the biggest football teams in the world and one of the best basketball teams in Spain, plus there’s the incredible bullfighting ring, which is the biggest in Spain. The city is landlocked, with average temperatures recording twenty 5% in July and the city is host of some of the most incredible food and drink in the whole of Europe: think Sangria by the bucketload and more chorizo than you can shake a stick at. The city holds a host of beautiful hotels, and we recommend the Hotel Villa Real, a five-star hotel in the centre of the City.

Lisbon, Portugal

The European city breaks you should take this weekend

Lisbon is one of the oldest cities in the world and the oldest in western Europe. You can visit Lisbon at anytime of the year because its always a comfortable temperature, it has the warmest winters of any metropolis in Europe with average temperatures of 15%. Summers are much higher, and Lisbon beaches are amazing. The city is rich in culture: architecture, museums and the opera house are all incredible attractions worth visiting, even if you’re just there for the weekend. Golfers: Lisboa and Troia are two courses that you simply you need to visit.

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