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Europe Tours and Holidays 2017/2018

Whether you’re an adventure seeker, a history buff, or you just enjoy the finer things in life, a trip to Europe has something to offer every type of traveller. The continent’s 50 countries are diverse in their size, climate and traditions - and price points! With fine ...

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4.7 - Excellent Based on 11408 customer reviews
Very Good Reviewed Tour: Western Compass 2018-19
Sushil Aryal From Australia At
4 - Very Good
“Very Good”
Superb Reviewed Tour: Louvre Highlights Express
Nigel Moore From UK At
5 - Excellent
“The line was very long to get in. It was nice to go with a tour guide and skip the whole line. The tour guide told stories.”
Superb Reviewed Tour: Last Entry Louvre Tour: Mona Lisa at her stunning best
Andres Fuhre From Germany At
5 - Excellent
“Excellent guide. This is the only way I will ever go to the Louvre. Took my daughter-in-law for her first visit and she was in awe during the entire tour. I've joined several Walks of Italy tours (in Rome) and they have all been superb. Highly recommended.”
Fantastic Reviewed Tour: Paris Catacombs (Special Access Tour)
Lindsay Moore From USA At
5 - Excellent
“Charlie-our guide for this tour, was fantastic. He's well-educated in French History, and is pleasant in demeanor and tone. We highly recommend this tour and, if possible, suggest scheduling so that Charlie is your guide. As an aside, I used WOI in Rome for the Colosseum special access tour and the Vatican/St Peters early access tour and was very happy with their professionalism.”
Excellent tour Reviewed Tour: Complete Île de la Cité Tour: Notre Dame
Kyle Mcgrain From Ireland At
5 - Excellent
“This was an excellent tour! Pauline was our guide and she was excellent. She is extremely knowledgeable with her facts and made the tour quite entertaining.”
enjoyed the tour immensely! Reviewed Tour: Paris in a Day, with Notre Dame, the Louvre, Eiffel Tower
Violet Andrews From USA At
5 - Excellent
“My daughter and I enjoyed the tour immensely! Violette was very knowledgeable and we also really enjoyed her sense of humor.”
Great Reviewed Tour: Complete Île de la Cité Tour: Notre Dame
Trend Smith From USA At
5 - Excellent
“The tour guide was very kind, helpful and attentive.”
Highlight of our Paris trip Reviewed Tour: Paris Catacombs (Special Access Tour)
Olla Fitzgerald From USA At
5 - Excellent
“This was a highlight of our Paris trip.The guide was just outstanding - he was so informative and made the tour a pleasure.We will be telling all our friends that they need to take this your when they go to France.”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Paris Catacombs (Special Access Tour)
Kindra Pope From Australia At
5 - Excellent
“Charlie was excellent. I had a wonderful time and really enjoy the history of the tour. CharlI even was very educated and made the history come alive.”

Europe - Travel Highlights and Travel Tips

Whether you’re an adventure seeker, a history buff, or you just enjoy the finer things in life, a trip to Europe has something to offer every type of traveller. The continent’s 50 countries are diverse in their size, climate and traditions - and price points! With fine cuisine (including some unusual delicacies - think escargot and haggis), world-renowned art and music, and 23 officially recognised languages, Europe is a cultural labyrinth that fuels wanderlust.

With so much to see, do, eat and buy, planning a Europe tour is no easy feat. There are, of course, the typical sightseeing musts: Paris’ Louvre, London’s Tower Bridge, and Rome’s Colosseum. Even Europe’s most frequent visitors will always find something new to discover. Read on for our top travel tips and tour highlights (though we’re sure there’s plenty we’ve missed!).

Travel Highlights

  • Go back in time and explore the ruins of ancient civilisations in Italy and Greece
  • Snack on cheese and wine (or escargot, if you’re feeling adventurous) in the Champ de Mars, beneath the Eiffel Tower
  • Ride a bicycle through the townhouse-lined streets of Amsterdam before touring the canals by boat
  • Listen to the romantic songs of the gondoliers as you cruise through the canals of Venice
  • Indulge in an authentic Belgian waffle, drowned in chocolate
  • Enjoy an ice cold beer from a beer stein at Oktoberfest in Germany
  • Hike from village to village in Italy’s Cinque Terre
  • Get lost between the shelves of some of the world’s most beautiful libraries, like those at Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland), Mafra Palace (Mafra, Portugal), and the Clementinum Baroque Library Hall (Prague, Czech Republic)

Travel Tips

  • Travelling by rail is one of the easiest (and sometimes cheapest) ways to get around Europe, especially if you plan to travel for a couple of weeks (or longer). Investigate rail passes before you visit, particularly ones that can be used between countries. Interrail and Eurail are very popular among travellers.
  • Don’t skip the “touristy” destinations. Everyone travels differently, but the most popular European highlights are popular for a reason. Brave the crowds and be sure to stop by those more cliché sights - you’ll be glad you did.
  • Try not to over prepare! One of the great benefits of visiting Europe is that it’s incredibly easy to travel between towns and countries. Allow yourself some flexibility to open yourself up to new adventures (and avoid travel burnout).
  • Chances are you don’t speak 23 different languages, so be prepared before you travel. Avoid carrying around heavy guide books by downloading a translation app in your phone.
  • Note that not all countries use the Euro, including the United Kingdom, Denmark and Hungary (among several others). Do your research beforehand and be ready to juggle different currencies if you’re planning an extensive trip.
  • Travelling on a budget? Consider looking for accommodation outside the city centre. Most large European cities are very well connected by public transportation, meaning all your bucket list sites are just a quick (and often inexpensive) bus, train, or metro ride away.
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