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3 Cities More Stunning At Night

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

There is a certain quality to some cities that renders them more stunning at night. Whilst they may be beautiful during the day it is during the night that they are seen at their most striking.

Brugge Belgium(photo by: Del Adams)

Paris, France
There is no better example than Paris where in the darkness the spirit of La Belle Epoque can be evoked and the cafes and salons of the Left Bank and the other romantic places can teem with conversation and good wine. From the Pigalle to the Champs Elysees, Paris begins the night celebrating the delights of fine cuisine and by the time the evening ends with a heady aroma of brandy everyone understands the beauty of Paris by night. A stay in Paris will allow a chance not just to see this but to experience this. Our Paris Romantic Hotels page will allow you to make your holidays unforgettable.

New York, NY, United States
New York in Contrast is the city of neon splendour and the shock of the new is everywhere. Times Square and Broadway is a natural starting point, the sights will make your head spin. A cab ride to the famous skyscrapers sees them in a new light and from atop the Empire State Building you can see a city of spectacle and dizzying excitement. Staying in this wonderfully chaotic place is easy thanks to all the fantastic hotels in New York we have and a great deal is a few mouse clicks away.

Bruges, Belgium
Bruges, known as the Venice of the North is a very pretty city by day but by night becomes heart achingly beautiful. Nothing can prepare the visitor for the site of the Market at night and sitting outside with a meal of Moules and a beer at a cafe is a true joy. Having said that the glories of the medieval town can best be seen from the Rozenhoedkaai in the night time. There you can see the Central Canal and the famous Belfry in all its glory. Our Boutique Hotels in Bruges will get you the best deal and allow you to see this walled city at its best.


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