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Post: #21
Hi I agree with what others have said about Iceland and the Northern Lights - if JY were to consider this, maybe it might be possible to have a couple of Iceland tours during the year (when it won't be quite so cold there!) and then one over the winter months with the usual itinerary but also the opportunity to look for the Northern Lights at night. A number of tour operators do this, but mostly they just have one NL excursion on one particular night. I agree it would be risky doing this and there would be a high chance that you wouldn't see them if it was just a trip on one night. So I'd suggest that if JY were to introduce an Iceland (or even northern Norway/Finland) NL tour - that the itinerary be flexible so that if the NL weren't seen on the first night, the tour manager would bring the party out again on subsequent nights, thereby maximising the chances of seeing them. Not sure if I've explained this very clearly, but I hope you know what I mean!

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Post: #22
Dubai would be a great short trip break - I see Travelsphere has just introduced it as a destination in their new "Relax and Discover" range and it sounds great!

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Post: #23
Hi Will,

If you're only talking about European tours then i guess all the capitals are the obvious contenders.

I would do the 3 capitals tour however it is simply not long enough- 12 days, 4 in each city would be perfect. The ones i would be interested in would be:

Paris, Berlin, Rome, Zagreb, Budapest, Vienna, Prague, Warsaw, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo and Tallin.

Guess you have a lot of work to do hehe. Are there any that JY have in mind to produce?

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Post: #24
Hey hey,

I would seriously consider goin to new york for a long weekend if it became a tour and also dubai is amazing so that could be an idea

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Hayley
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Post: #25
I'm a real city breaks fan and try to do 1 or 2 every year. I'd love to visit the Baltic capitals and other Eastern European destinations such as Croatia / Macedonia (another fan!) I'd happily revisit Barcelona, Copenhagen and Vienna. Rome and Seville are wonderful for short breaks - I've been to both of them in the past 12 months.
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Post: #26
Well seeing as everyone else is having their say - I'll have mine too.....

I'd consider booking if we were to do city breaks to Dubrovnik, Budapest, Prague, Vienna or Barcelona (I know we visit some of these on longer tours, but a short city break would be perfect!). I'd also go back to Rome in a heartbeat.

Jules
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Post: #27
Dubrovnik, Julia, me and you are on the same page, completely forgot about that. Bad considering im Croatia's biggest fan!
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Post: #28
I would like Barcelona. The current holiday does not spend enough time in Barcelona to see all the sights. Marrakesh is another on my list. Budapest and Vienna also favourites.
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Post: #29
I'd be interested in Berlin and Prague. I visited Berlin in the 70s when the area along the Wall was just a wasteland waiting for the 30-year time limit to be up before anyone could start demolishing/rebuilding, and I'd love to see how it's changed (even if I might not like it!). And I never got to Prague with my work - I got sent to Bucharest instead!

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Post: #30
Hi RosieMo,

Good Choices.

Could you do me a favour and voice your support for Montenegro in the thread i have created?

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