For a city of such small stature – it's home to fewer than 400,000 people – Edinburgh has one of the best ranges of cultural exploits to enjoy, from art galleries and attractions to clubbing and live music. Its museums, though, are pretty much second to none.
Along with endless excuses for shopping, plus a host of activities and things to do, the city is home to a collection of museums tastier than a freshly baked Welsh cake.
Love to learn? Hypnotised by history? Yearn for yesteryear? Well Bristol has you pretty well covered, with a wealth of artefacts, significant historical finds and pieces from the past all collected and housed within some really rather marvellous museums and attractions.
Whether it's checking out world-class street art, or club nights, taking a plunge at the lido or getting a new perspective from the top of the Suspension Bridge or Cabot Tower, there's plenty to keep you busy in our great little city.
Whether it's big old Brummie beasts like the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery or smaller curators such as JW Evans or the Pen Museum, we've got historic hordes of which to be very proud.
It may have developed a reputation as a curry-lovers' hotspot over the years, but it’s not just spicy main courses that Birmingham has to offer.
With 50 provinces, 17 autonomous regions, and at least 5 languages, Spain is more diverse than you might think.
Historically well preserved and built around a number of impressive public buildings and monuments, the Swedish capital can at times feel like one giant open-air museum.
Alicante has got a lot going for it: gorgeous, sandy beaches flanked by promenades, an exuberant old town packed to the gills with tapas bars and restaurants, and a clutch of cultural attractions covering everything from archaeology to contemporary art.
With a coast that stretches for 943 kilometres, and almost the equivalent of that in beaches, this rectangle of land is a world waiting to be discovered.
It took a while for the concept of brunch to catch on in Amsterdam, but the last few years have seen an explosion of hip, stylish new places serving up the latest trends, from shakshuka to chicken and waffles and everything in between.
The party never stops in the German capital. With events that kick off early Friday evening and last to the wee hours of Monday morning, there is always trouble brewing in this European town.