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  • Paris, France
  • Paris, France
  • Regarded as the most romantic city in the world, Paris is definitely a wonderful place for couples to visit, although you don't have to be travelling there with that 'someone special' to appreciate it. It is full of famous landmarks and museums, great places to eat and a host of buzzing bars and nightclubs. So even if you are going with some friends or on your own, you won't find it hard to fill your days.
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Known as the 'Venice of the North', Amsterdam is a city built on a cobweb of canals that boasts one of the most picturesque settings in the world. True, it is a city full of hazy coffee shops where stoners smoke all day and where prostitutes standing in red-lit windows try to lure in prospective customers, but there is much more to the Dutch capital than hookers and hash. It boasts world-class museums, great architecture and a buzzing nightlife making it the perfect city for a few days break.
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