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Looking for the ultimate city break? It’s time to think further than Paris or Rome. While sometimes a brief trip to a nearby country is just what you need, there is nothing quite like witnessing the hustle and bustle of the world’s distant cities. Or, for even more excitement, add a city break to the beginning or end of your beach holiday to get the best of both worlds.

We’ve cherry-picked the planet’s most exciting destinations to create luxury city breaks packed with memorable experiences. With the very best hotels to suit all budgets, and packages tailor-made for your every mood, we can show you the world's greatest cities in style.

The question is: what do you want to do? With one of our city stays you could be hailing yellow cabs in New York, haggling in the souks of Dubai or riding rollercoasters in Orlando.

Try Our Favourite Destinations

The city that never sleeps. There is nowhere in the world quite like New York, with world-famous landmarks strewn within its high-rise skyline. Everything is possible in the Big Apple; visit the diverse cultures of the suburbs, take a trip to see Lady Liberty or chill in Central Park.

Flight time: 7 hours 30 minutes.

One of the most diverse cities on the planet, in Bangkok you will be able to eat with the locals, visit magnificent Buddhist temples and see the city in both modern and traditional forms. See the Chatuchak Weekend Market to delve further into the city’s culture.

Flight time: 15 hours (via Dubai).

Certainly a unique city, Abu Dhabi’s big draw is its Corniche, which stretches along the coastline of the Persian Gulf. This boulevard has everything you need from a city break, with glamorous hotels next to fine restaurants as well as plenty of venues for evening entertainment.

Flight time: 9 hours (via Amsterdam).

With a stunning blend of sea and skyscrapers, Singapore is the city to visit for panoramic views and moonlight exploration. Glass-bottomed cable cars can show you the best of the views, while the Singapore Flyer Ferris Wheel gives you a different vantage point entirely.

Flight time: 16 hours (via Dubai).

French-Canadian culture is at its best in Montreal. European influences meet the North American way of life to create a romantic old town in Vieux-Montreal and other, diverse quarters such as Little Italy and The Plateau. Enjoy the International Jazz Festival and join the locals sipping their after-work drinks.

Flight time: 7 hours 30 minutes.

Historic mosques of the old Malaysia contrast with the modern skyscrapers to form this enchanting city. There is plenty happening at ground level, including the Central Market, but the best views of Kuala Lumpur are from the 86th-floor observation deck of the Petronas Towers.

Flight time: 16 hours (via Amsterdam).

A real treat to view at night, Hong Kong's glittering skylines tower over its harbour to offer some wonderful photo opportunities. With over 11,000 restaurants to choose from and shops aplenty along the Golden Mile, Hong Kong offers a bit of everything for its visitors. 

Flight time: 15 hours 30 minutes (via Beijing).

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