Iceland's coastal capital, which is actually the world's most northerly capital! It combines colourful buildings, creative people, nightlife and excellent culture! The snowy mountains in the background, sea surrounding and crisp air make it a city most visitors can't help but fall in love with.
Lublin is the largest city in south-eastern Poland, and is a hotbed for culture and academia! Like many Polish cities it isn't picturesque because of the bombings during WWII, but the Rynek has seen some gentrification meaning there are now lots of great restaurants and clubs.
The capital of Montenegro has an amazing history, as it has been inhabited since the Illyrian and Roman eras, and despite much of the city being destroyed during the Second World War's bombings, it was reborn as the capital of Montenegro in Socialist Yugoslavia. The mix of old and new buildings make it an exciting weekend break. Make sure to go and see the Millennium bridge, the Old Turkish town and King Nikola's castle.
This city is in the south-central area of Lithuania, and has everything you'd want from a weekend break. The beautiful Old Town has Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture, with sites like the City Hall, St. Francis Xavier Church and the Vytautas' Bridge! Central Kaunas is home to the city's most famous road, Liasves Aleja- you could spend a whole day on this road and not get bored!
One of Portugal's oldest cities, which also has a youthful buzz due to the Universities that reside there. It has medieval history, from the Church of Sao Tiago to the Santa Cruz Monastery. It's a weekend break that would suit anyone's vibe, in summer it becomes more peaceful as the students go home, but if you love hustle and bustle then term times are great. Top tip, rent a kayak and paddle down the Mondego River!
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