Easter will be here sooner than you think so you might want to start planning your next holiday. If you have no clue where to go or want to do, we’ve got you covered. Here a list of our top Easter destinations 2018:

1. Copenhagen


Copenhagen is one of the coolest cities in Europe and you can get there in less than 2 hours from the UK! Bursting with amazing places to eat (some of the best in the world), stunning architecture and great beer, what’s not to love?

2. Amsterdam


There’s a never-ending list of things to do in Amsterdam! With its rich history, open-minded culture and welcoming atmosphere, Amsterdam will instantly capture your heart. If that’s not enough to win you over, the winding waterways and charming streets surely will!

3. Barcelona


If you love gin and tonic, Jamón and good weather, then Barcelona is the place for you. It’s a vibrant city that passionately preserves its heritage, has its own personality and plenty of secrets to discover. Enjoy a cocktail, whilst listening to music with your feet in the sand.

4. Paris


Paris is one of those cities on most people’s “to visit” list and rightly so. It’s home to recognisable architectural icons, along with exquisite cuisines and chic boutiques. Whilst your there check out iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre.

6. New York


Fancy taking a bite out of the Big Apple? Head to legendary New York City (it never sleeps, you know) to see the Empire State, the Statue of Liberty, Times Square and countless other famous sights. It only takes one bite to leave you wanting more.

Feeling inspired to book your Easter getaway, then check out some of our amazing discounts and deals to our top Easter destinations on www.studentuniverse.co.uk.

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