When most people think of Europe, most think of the medieval cities and towns, castles, small cafes, rolling vineyards and culture around ever corner. However, for those outdoorsy types who want to see more of nature and experience the great outdoors in a more active manner, there are some great places to see. Here is a list of 5 underrated must-see natural wonders in Europe.Continue reading
By: Kenny Tran, Travel Consultant
I decided to step outside the box and plan my first trip to Europe. For 20 years, I had never really traveled much. On top of that, I had never traveled on my own, so what I was about to do was beyond my comfort level. Through European Dream with Trafalgar, I was going to cover 7 major cities in 4 different countries in 10 days. During the tour, I was going to cover the historic hotspots of Italy, venture to the vast valleys of the Swiss alps, get lost in France’s city of love, and roam through the English capital’s bustling streets.
River cruising with Emerald Waterways is one of the best ways to explore Europe. Emerald believes in authentic shore excursion experiences that put you right at the heart of every destination that are included in every river cruise. Travelers who are looking for a more immersive experience can upgrade to their specially designed collection of DiscoverMORE excursions.Continue reading
Azamara Club Cruises is all about bringing its guests on authentic and immersive voyages all around the world. One way they deliver an incredible cruise experience for their travelers is through their exclusive concept of AzAmazing Evenings. On most itineraries, travelers get to enjoy the destinations at an included, unique event, just for Azamara guests. Private excursions with Azamara are designed specifically to deliver authentic experiences that bring travelers closer to a place, and immerse you in its culture and people.Continue reading
Travelers could spend their whole time in Dublin wandering around 18th century Georgian houses with brightly-painted doors, strolling through tranquil parks, viewing all the statues lining O’Connell Street and taking in all the new buildings around the Financial Centre beside the River Liffey and still take in the culture and beauty of the city.