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SHORT BREAKS THREE-HOUR FLIGHTS DESTINATIONS


FAR LEFT: Nyhavn, Copenhagen


LEFT: Vienna State Opera


BELOW LEFT: Blue Lagoon, Iceland


coloured, doll’s-house-like homes lining the river, while the Amalienborg Palace (home of the royal family) and the winding spires of the Church of our Saviour add a dose of grandeur. Beyond the more touristy spots


w COPENHAGEN Why go: Green, clean and an A-lister on the culinary scene – it has 17 Michelin-starred restaurants to its name – the Danish capital embodies the best of Scandi vibes with culture, fashion stores and coffee shops on every corner, and it’s less than


two hours from the UK. Getting there: Copenhagen is well served, with daily direct flights from Manchester, Birmingham, Aberdeen and Edinburgh, as well as the main London airports. Highlights: Historic Nyhavn is a must, with its rows of candy-


you’ll find hipster neighbourhoods such as Vesterbro and Nørrebro, home to galleries, boutiques and coffee shops. But perhaps the most unusual attraction is Tivoli Gardens, the amusement park that inspired Walt Disney and boasts picturesque gardens, historic buildings, daily live music and twinkling fairy lights, as well as historic wooden rides and rollercoasters. Book it: Osprey Holidays offers two nights at the newly refurbished, four-star Copenhagen Strand Hotel from £415 per person, including flights from Gatwick and based on travel in low season. ospreyholidays.com


City plus beach


Short breaks don’t have to be bound to a city. For clients looking to mix beach and culture, Tui suggests the little-known Kvarner Bay on Rab Island, Croatia, fringed by picture-perfect coastline and close to the castle-studded, Habsburg-era city of Rijeka. Tui Airways is starting weekly flights from Manchester and Gatwick in May. For clients looking to


discover a lesser-known part of Scandinavia, suggest Stavanger in southwest Norway, where historic wooden houses and culture-rich museums meet dramatic cliffs and rugged beaches. Wizz Air is launching a flight from Luton in September, joining other airlines’ routes from Aberdeen, Newcastle, Gatwick and Heathrow.


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