The tiny Pyrenean principality has a wide variety of specialized winter vacation options ready and waiting for you. Clustered in Andorra la Vella and the two skiing resorts of Grandvalira and Vallnord, check out some of the best hotels in Andorra.
Surrounded by turquoise waters, Porto Santo has 9 kilometres / 6 miles of golden sand beaches and an arid, volcanic moonscape. To maximize sunbathing and wave watching, check out some of the best oceanfront accommodations.
With so many waterfront hotels to choose from, deciding can be difficult. For a fabulous stay, we’ve put together a list of our favorite Madeira hotels. We specifically picked hotels with balconies, so that you can enjoy the stunning ocean views.
Wake up to a Douro view – your recipe for an unforgettable stay in Porto. To take in the lovely Douro River views, here are six hotels ranging from five-star luxury to affordable boutique properties.
Terceira Island, Azores is a holiday destination for those who love experiences in contact with nature. Take a look at our list covering accommodation options in Angra do Heroísmo and Praia da Vitória. If you prefer a more rural option, we have included one as well.
You’ll need a nice place to stay in Ponta Delgada to relax and recharge batteries, after a day out exploring São Miguel, Azores’ largest island. Take a look at our list covering a wide range of hotel categories.
Finding cheap hotels in Stockholm can be difficult, at least without giving up hotel quality and location, but it’s not impossible. We’ve put together a list of centrally located budget hotels for a comfortable stay in the Swedish capital.
Here’s a choice of six hotels in prime locations to explore Norway’s top attractions, including Oslo, Bergen and the Norwegian fjords, the Lofoten Islands, and also Alta, one of the best places to see the northern lights.
We suggest six hotels in a central location in Bergen, all with a great breakfast included in the price. You’ll be a short walk away from Bergen’s attractions such as Bryggen, the Fløibanen funicular and the Fish Market.
Oslo is not a big city, and is not a cheap city. Staying at a central location can be expensive, but we’ve put together a list of centrally located budget hotels for a comfortable stay in the Norwegian capital.