Explore More Europe

To describe Europe in a few words is an impossible task, try “colourful, varied, refined, loud, elegant, rugged and proud”. You soon see that each country is fiercely different and offers the traveller something unique.

European cities with their rich histories, disarray of architectures, cultural heritage, strong tastes and scents are reminiscent of times gone by, and some may argue that they belong to our past. We on the contrary, know this not to be the case, by visiting Europe often we see the cities are very much alive, continually evolving and constantly changing – they are the face of Europe today. When considering a holiday in Europe there are endless options to fit into any budget and imagination. Take in wondrous cities, the finest cuisine, and breathtaking scenery featuring mountains, islands, rivers and seas that legends are made of. You will find all of this in today’s popular destinations of Croatia, Italy, Slovenia, Hungary, Austria and Germany, as well as the exciting and emerging countries of Eastern Europe and the grand old cities of Sarajevo, Prague, Krakow, St Petersburg, Vilnius, Riga and Moscow – promising to enrich any European holiday.

When considering your next visit, why not see our exciting range of tours through Central, Eastern and Mediterranean Europe, all of which are comprehensively researched and tested. Our experienced team has intimate knowledge of the destinations on offer and will be pleased to research suitable options. Send us a request and we will reply to you or your designated travel agent.

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Klagenfurt

Great location to use as a base to visit the neighbouring countries. With borders close at hand to Italy, Slovenia and Germany. Check out the local markets and taste some local food.

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Lake Worth

This is the largest lake in Austria’s southern region of Carinthia. It is very popular with tourists during summertime due to its warm water temperature. Why not hire a bike and cycle around the lake.

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Warsaw

As Poland’s largest city located on the Vistula River, it is a great place to enjoy the range of activities on offer. Why not explore the Old Town by foot or go to an opera performance.

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Berlin

Berlin is a city of the past and the future, once separated by the infamous Berlin Wall. Today, it is a modern city that has visitors from all over the world. Why not visit one of the 175 museums.

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Prague

With cobblestoned streets, Prague makes an amazing city to walk around to see the local sites. The local public transport system is good. For something more adventurous, why not hire a segway.

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St Petersburg

Russia’s second largest city and main cultural centre was once home to its founder Peter the Great. St Petersburg is made up of many islands and is often referred to as the “Venice of the North”.

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Moscow

From the amazing artwork inside Moscow’s metro system to having a Big Mac at Europe’s largest McDonalds located at Pushkin Square. In the evening, why not see a show at the Bolshoi theatre.

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Budapest

With about 80 geothermal springs, why not check yourself into one of the local spa’s and soak up in one of the natural baths. The westside of the city is known as Buda and the east is called Pest.

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Vienna

Famous for its music, Vienna has entertained some of the most famous musicians of all times such as Mozart and Beethoven. Why not visit one of Vienna’s famous coffee houses and enjoy the cafe culture.

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Krakow

Krakow is divided into four parts with the Old Town in the centre. Why not enjoy a nice walking tour of the local sites or check out the bargains at the markets in this friendly city.

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Sergiev Posad

Sergiev Posad is located 70km north of Moscow. The highlight of any visit here is to see the famous Monastery of Sergiev Posad, known to be the most beautiful monastery in all of Russia.

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Narva

Due to the WWII, Narva experienced heavy damage and had to be rebuilt. Most of the architecture is in Soviet style. It has been said that Narva is the melting pot of Estonian and Russian cultures.

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Tallinn

Tallinn is rich in history and culture, a city mixed with old and the new. You can visit the Old Town and learn the history of the city, then the next minute you can be back in modern civilisation.

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Riga

Protected as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, Riga’s Old Town is located on the east side of Daugava River. If visiting Christmas time, why not check out the Christmas markets and enjoy some warm wine.

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Vilnius

In the southeast region of Lithuania you will come across its capital city. The city’s Old Town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are numerous parks, gardens and reserves to explore.

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Athens

From the Acropolis to the changing of the guards at Syntagma Square, there is so much to see and experience in Athens. Take a nice walk around the Plaka area, stopping at a local bar or restaurant.

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Hydra

Just 90 minutes by hydrofoil from Athens, you arrive at the small island of Hydra. Take some time out from the hassles of life and relax on one of the sandy beaches.

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Poros

With lush vegetation, the smell of pine, beautiful clear waters and the aroma of coffee from one of the local cafes, you will find yourself on the lovely Island of Poros.

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Aegina

Visualise yourself in 14 BC and you see an amazing Greek Goddess, Aphaea walking to her temple each day for worship. Feel her energies as you walk around her sanctuary on the Island of Aegina.

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Marina Flisvos

Just 6km from Athens, you will come across an amazing marina with super yachts moored, cafes, bars and restaurants just waiting for you to indulge yourself as you watch the time fly by.

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Sounion

As you leave the hassle and bustle of Athens, heading south to the Attica Peninsula, you will see the Temple of Sounion, perched high upon the hill overlooking the Saronic Gulf.

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Corinth

Known from biblical times when Apostle Paul visited in 50 AD, you will find some amazing history from the ruins. See the Temple of Apollo, Acrocorinth, the Ancient theatre and the Roman Odeum.

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Epidaurus

In need of some healing? Why not visit Epidaurus, the birthplace of Apollo’s son Asclepius, who was known as the Healer. For those with a tune, test out the acoustics of the Ancient Theatre.

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Nafplio

Just 2.5 hours from Athens, you will find Greece’s former capital, until it moved to Athens in 1834. Known as one of Greece’s most romantic cities, why not stroll around the town with your loved one.

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Mycenae

The home to one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece, Acropolis of Mycenae that dates back to the 14th century. Don’t forget the Lion’s Gate, a sculpture from the Bronze Age.

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Olympia

For all the athletes or those who think they are, a trip to Greece is incomplete without a visit to Olympia, where you will have the chance to visit the place where the Olympic Games were first held.

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Arachova

After a nice walk along the cobblestone streets, why not head to a local bar or restaurant to enjoy a drop of the local red wine. If you’re lucky, you may even spot a celebrity or two.

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Kalambaka

Once known as Stagi, Kalambaka has a long and rich history. It was considered as a spiritual town since the early days. Spend some time walking the narrow cobblestone streets of the Old Town.

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Meteora

Put on your hiking boots, take a bottle of water and your camera and make your way up the mountains to see some of the most incredible monasteries in the world. The views from there are breathtaking.

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Delphi

Back in time, Delphi was the place of worship for Gaia, the Mother Goddess relating to fertility. It has been said that Apollo spoke through the Oracle located here in Delphi.

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Ermioni

This small seaside village is a perfect place to visit to enjoy some lovely, local beaches where you can relax in the sunshine. Afterwards, hit one of the restaurants and enjoy some local seafood.

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Spetses

From the golden sandy beaches with clear waters to the cobblestoned streets and interesting architecture, you will see how the nature meets the tradition on this small island with a lot of charm.

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Symi Island

Symi, is one of the smaller holiday islands in the Dodecanese group, only 9km off the Turkish coast north of Rhodes.

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Gaios

Gaios is the main port on Paxos, the smallest of the seven principal Ionian Islands, in Greece. Gaios is situated on the east coast of the island.

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Parga

Pargais a town and municipality located in the northwestern part of the regional unit of Preveza in Epirus, and it is the most popular summer destination in Epirus.

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Patmos

Patmos, an Aegean island in the north of Greece’s Dodecanese island group, is a significant Christian pilgrimage site. Its Cave of the Apocalypse is where John of Patmos (St. John the Theologian) is s

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Lipsi

A tiny island of Dodecanese, Lipsi, Greece is geographically located between Patmos and Leros. Due to its small size and the long distance from Athens, this island has not developed much in tourism.

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Antipaxos

Antipaxos is a small island in Greece, about 3 kilometres to the south of Paxos.

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Cavdir

Cavdir is a town and a district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey.

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Santorini

Santorini is one of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea. It was devastated by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century BC, forever shaping its rugged landscape.