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Now you can book with First Choice for great City Breaks
First Choice has been flying lucky Brits off to holiday destinations across the world for almost two decades, and now they have branched out into the city break market. With a range of European and Long-haul cities offered by the firm, customers can choose the city break to suit their tastes, from cool Copenhagen to brash New York, stylish Milan to romantic Paris. Here are some First Choice city breaks currently on the market.
First Choice can book rooms for you in Paris for as little as £52 per night at the Residhotel Les Hauts in D'Andilly on the outskirts of the city. For something a little more central the Best Western Bergere Opera has rooms from £97 per night, pitching guests right into the heart of the glamorous Right Bank district. With so much to do in Paris, from Notre Dame to the Eiffel Tower, you'll never be bored in the city of lights. And with world class restaurants and wine bars spread across the city, Paris can entertain you deep into the night.
Copenhagen is rapidly becoming a popular city break destination for savvy Brits, with its range of uber-cool shops, laid-back cafe culture and modern Scandinavian design. First Choice recommend such hotels as the Copenhagen Star Hotel in the centre of town, available from only £90 per night for a double room. For more upmarket accommodation, the exclusive Clarion Collection Neptun fits the bill. While in Copenhagen, make sure to rent a bicycle, as this is the most bike friendly city on the planet, with miles and miles of scenic and segregated cycle ways.
A more unusual city break may be to visit the glaciers and geysers of Iceland. First Choice can now book you into Reykjavik hotels such as the Grand Hotel for as little as £120. Great for experiencing the nightlife of the city, this is also a good place to stay for those wishing to explore the dramatic countryside landscapes Iceland has to offer.
First Choice can also arrange city breaks in destinations as varied as New York, Boston and Marrakech.