Wherever you choose to drink it, coffee's an international habit!
Are you ecstatic about espresso or crazy about cappuccinos?
It’s time to track down some of the best places to get your coffee fix around Europe, and find out what you should be drinking when you get there.
However you like to enjoy yours, there’ll be a holiday destination serving it just right... Continue reading Five of the Best Coffee Destinations in Europe
Barcelona is full of festive cheer and twinkling lights.
So, you’ve done all of the conventional Christmas markets like Prague, Cologne and Copenhagen… where to hunt for presents next?
For a festive shopping experience somewhere a little different, try one of these options around Europe, where you can just as easily shop for gifts and sip mulled wine.
Warning: may induce a spending spree! Continue reading Alternative Christmas Markets in Europe
Sat on the lava rocks outside Reykjavik.
Guest blogger Nichola tells you why Reykjavik should be on your radar for a city break with the kids.
Reykjavik, the world's northernmost capital city has long been on my personal bucket list but I wasn't sure how family friendly it would be with three young children.
What we found was a city which was so welcoming and interesting, with plenty to keep us all occupied. Continue reading Reykjavik with Children
Fancy tackling this spectacular Italian road?
Planning a holiday in Europe and just don’t know where to head to?
If you are fond of being in the driving seat as you explore your destination, you may want to consider booking a holiday revolving around some of the best roads that Europe has to offer. Continue reading Top Five Roads in Europe
Expect surprises when you put down the guidebook on holiday.
Holidays can involve a lot of planning and scheduling, so it’s a welcome change when you get a pleasant surprise thrown into the mix.
Knowing that surprises can add a real element of fun to your break, easyJet Holidays now offers Surprise Stays for you to choose from, when you get the chance to book into a mystery 4 or 5 star hotel in one of several much-loved destinations around Europe. Continue reading Five of the best holiday surprises
The whole family can enjoy Rome.
Taking the family on holiday doesn’t always have to involve a beach or a pool.
If your kids love great food and plenty of sightseeing, or they just fancy themselves as wannabe gladiators, why not consider a city break to Rome? Continue reading A Rome City Break with the Kids
Bianca shows us her Maltese adventures.
Rock climbing enthusiast and blogger Bianca Malata, of It's All Bee, guest posts for easyJet Holidays about her rock climbing and kayaking adventures in Malta and Gozo.
Each time I call a call centre or visit the bank, I can almost guarantee I will be addressed as Ms Malta instead of Malata.
So, just as well, that moment had come when I could finally set foot on the island itself! Malta was going to be my home for 5 days in May. Continue reading Discovering the hidden playground of Malta’s azure waters
Milan enjoys May Day in the sun. Credit: Roberto D'Angelo.
It’s not just about leaving winter behind and dancing around a maypole – May 1st is marked on the calendar as a national holiday for much of Europe, where workers, students and love-struck couples all have their turn in the spotlight.
Find out how different countries start the month in their own special way. Continue reading May Day around Europe
Stay cool, Istanbul!
Spanning two continents and with a vibrant cultural scene, there’s nowhere quite like Istanbul for a city break, and it’s trendier than ever, with plenty of interesting sights to discover. Continue reading The Coolest Things To Do In Istanbul
The city is yours - here's Krakow.
So, you want to discover Krakow’s history and culture without spending a fortune? It can be done.
The city is friendly, affordable and there is always plenty to see on a Krakow break, including regular free events such as food festivals and concerts. Continue reading Free Things To Do In Krakow