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Discover the best European destinations and tour packages

From turquoise coves to ancient masterpieces, from breathtaking landscapes to phenomenal northern lights, from stunningly rich cuisine to dozens of outdoor sports routes, Europe may be the capital city of tourism around the world.

Visit the Moorish palaces or immerse yourself in flamenco tunes in Spain, listen to Athena, Apollo, and Zeus’s mythologies, and let the Mediterranean dream enchant you from the heart in the Greek islands. Squeeze nine different time zones only one single destination in Russia, one of the most mysterious countries in the world, or just listen to the wind on a cruise on a lyric coast, or walk around the streets like you are a medieval movie character in Croatia. Add the Balkan hospitality, the multicultural texture of Portugal, and Turkey’s jaw-dropping destinations to your list. Witness the rise of empires, culture, art, and civilization in Europe.

Best things to do in Europe

  • Explore Louvre / Best things to do in Europe

Situated in the heart of Paris, The Louvre spans an impressive 73,000 square meters and boasts the world's largest art collection. The museum's extensive collections are categorized into eight sections: Egyptian Antiquities, Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities, Oriental Antiquities, Islamic Art, Paintings, Sculptures, Works of Art, and Graphics. Among its treasures is a masterpiece painted by Leonardo da Vinci in 1506, renowned as one of the world's most iconic portraits of women. Your visit to the museum allows you to savor its offerings at your own leisurely pace.

  • Take a trip to the Grand Canal / Best things to do in Europe

Experience the true essence of Venice as you glide along the charming and secluded waterways adjacent to the Grand Canal on a gondola ride. Marvel at magnificent palaces like the Peggy Guggenheim Collection Palace, Gritti Palace, Salute Church, and Punta della Dogana while immersing yourself in the splendor of the Grand Canal. Venture along the romantic and secretive waterways to uncover treasures such as the world-renowned La Fenice Theatre and the Mozart House. Conclude your journey with panoramic vistas of San Giorgio Island and Saint Mark's Basin, leaving you with unforgettable memories of Venice.

Visit the Guinness Storehouse / Best things to do in Europe

A visit to Dublin isn't complete without experiencing the magical home of Guinness. Nestled at the heart of the Guinness Brewery in St. James's Gate lies the Guinness Storehouse. After delving into over 250 years of history, your journey culminates at the Gravity Bar, where you can savor a pint of Guinness. Relax and soak in the stunning 360-degree views of Dublin from this vantage point.

  • See Elhamra in Spain / Best things to do in Europe

Explore Granada, the mesmerizing Alhambra Palace, and the UNESCO World Heritage Monument Generalife Gardens. Gain insight into the history of this remarkable Moorish palace, marveling at its stunning architecture and grandeur.Take in the charm of the Albaicin neighborhood with its winding streets. Discover why the Alhambra Palace is Spain's most visited monument and delve into the enduring influence of Moorish culture in Granada.

  • Visit Santorini / Best things to do in Europe

Explore Fira, the picturesque capital of Santorini and immerse yourself in stunning sea views along streets steeped in history. In Oia, soak up the sunshine and seaside ambiance, complemented by a glass of wine. Stroll along the Caldera Road and savor the breathtaking sunset.

  • Marvel with the Northern Lights in Iceland / Best things to do in Europe

Go on an evening excursion to see the Aurora Borealis in Iceland. Witness the northern lights, created by the collision of charged particles from the sun's atmosphere with gas particles in the Earth's atmosphere. Learn about the spectacular northern lights at the Aurora Museum.

  • Discover Istanbul / Best things to do in Europe

Visit Istanbul, where the East and West converge and diverge. Explore the rich Byzantine and Ottoman heritage in the Old City. Embark on a Bosphorus dinner cruise and indulge in a traditional Turkish bath for relaxation. Witness the spiritual rituals of the whirling dervishes and immerse yourself in the array of fresh spice scents at the Grand Bazaar while shopping for a variety of Turkish products.

Best time to visit Europe Countries

The best time to travel to a country in Europe will depend on your tastes and the particular location. On the other hand, these are often best times to visit:
  • Spring (April to June): This is the best season to visit most of Europe because of the pleasant weather, blossoming flowers, and reduced crowds.
  • Summer (July to August): This season is ideal for outdoor events and festivals due to its pleasant temperatures and longer daylight hours. Popular tourist spots, however, may be more expensive and crowded.
  • Autumn (September to October): This is a great time to visit Europe because of the magnificent fall foliage, mild temperature, and low number of tourists.
  • Winter (December to February) offers several advantages, including Christmas markets, winter sports in the Alps, and fewer people in certain towns. However, it can get chilly and snowy in some places, and some attractions may close or have limited visiting hours.

FAQs Europe

  • What's the least visited country in Europe?

Europe is a famous tourist destination because of its rich history, diverse scenery, incredible gastronomy, and kilometers of vineyards, among other things. Almost every traveler's bucket list includes iconic destinations such as Paris, the Eiffel Tower, Istanbul's old city, and Italy's Leaning Tower of Pisa. However, some unique sites remain in the shadows. These less-visited countries provide an excellent opportunity for anyone prepared to venture off the usual path.

1. Luxembourg 

Luxembourg often remains unnoticed by travelers, despite its proximity to famous European destinations like Belgium, France, and Germany. The country hosts an ancient district honored as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, characterized by undulating wooded landscapes and ancient fortresses. The Old Quarter of Luxembourg City, the National Museum of History and Art, the Bock Casemates, the Grand Ducal Palace, William Squire, Echternach, and its Benedictine Abbey stand as some of Luxembourg's most sought-after sites to explore.

2. Serbia

Serbia, with its captivating history and varied landscape, is a land of marvels. From the internationally renowned nightlife hub of Belgrade to breathtaking cultural landmarks and expansive mountain ranges, Serbia beckons with a wealth of attractions. Novi Sad, Fruška Gora National Park, Sremski Karlovci, Oplenac & Aleksandrovic Winery in Topola, Subotica, and dozens of other destinations are waiting for you to discover them.

3. Iceland

Iceland is renowned for its cold climate and is home to dramatic hot springs, geothermal spas, glaciers, geysers, waterfalls, and black sand beaches. The rural neighbors Mosfellsbær and Flúðir, known for their mushroom greenhouse and kayaking destination respectively, as well as Stokkseyri, a hub for glacial tours, and Höfn, are among the top places to visit in Iceland.

4. Monaco

Monaco, the world's second-smallest country and one of Europe's least visited destinations, boasts attractions that can persuade travelers to extend their stay beyond a day. The glamorous district of Monte-Carlo, Boulevard Princesse Charlotte, La Table d'Antonio Salvatore au Rampoldi, and the Opera House are among the popular sites to visit. Additionally, the Palais Princier de Monaco, Monaco-Ville, and the Musée Océanographique de Monaco are worth exploring.

5. San Marino

San Marino is one of the planet's tiniest and earliest states, situated in the shadow of Italy. Despite its small size, it provides everything necessary for a memorable  journey. The country's greatest attractions include the cable car, the belvedere of Contrada del Pianello, the Crossbowmen's Quarry (Cava dei Balestrieri), and the old town with its monuments.

  • What are the most visited cities in Europe? 

Europe receives approximately 746 million international arrivals and is home to some of the most visited cities in the world. Its rich history, diverse culture, vibrant streets, and architectural styles ranging from Gothic to Baroque, along with its numerous UNESCO sites, make it an excellent destination to explore.

1. London, England

London attracts more than 19 million visitors annually, making it one of the most visited cities in Europe. Iconic landmarks such as Tower Bridge, the Natural History Museum, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, and Big Ben are among the must-visit sites in the city.

2. Paris, France

Paris is always one of the major destinations in Europe. The unique ambiance of the city, plethora of attractions, vibrant nightlife, rich culture, and amazing cuisine make it an elegant destination to visit. The Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Champs-Élysées, and Montmartre are the top places to visit in the city.

3. Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul is a city blessed by the Bosphorus and steeped in the dreams of sultans throughout history. Welcoming over 14 million visitors annually, it offers an experience akin to an "East meets West" vibe. The Old City, Hagia Sophia, the Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, the Basilica Cistern, and the districts of Besiktas, Ortakoy, and Kadikoy are among the top sites to visit.

4. Rome, Italy

Rome is hailed as the "second most historically, educationally, and culturally fascinating and stunning city in the world." Additionally, its proximity to Italy's renowned cities and regions makes it an ideal starting point for discovering the rest of this remarkable country.

5. Amsterdam, Netherlands

Thanks to its stunning architecture, picturesque canals, and myriad attractions, Amsterdam is one of the most visited cities in Europe. Don't miss the opportunity to explore the Anne Frank House, tour the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum, enjoy leisurely moments in Vondelpark, and experience the lively atmosphere of Dam Square. Amsterdam welcomes over 8 million travelers annually.

  • What are the best places to visit in Europe?

The rocky peaks of the Dolomites in Italy, the enchanting island of Santorini situated atop an ancient volcano, and Norway's awe-inspiring fjords, each with their own natural treasures, stand out as the top three spots to visit in Europe. Additionally, Sintra in Portugal, Santorini in Greece, the Faroe Islands, the Isle of Skye in Scotland, and Utrecht in the Netherlands can be added to the list of best places to visit in Europe.

  • What are the hidden places to visit in Europe?

Even though Europe is home to some of the most visited cities in the world, it still harbors hidden gems off the beaten path. These top destinations are enticing travelers to reconsider their travel plans.

The picturesque Lake Ohrid, historic churches, and delectable local wine make it a true hidden gem in Albania. Gavarnie in France offers beautiful hiking trails, gourmet dining experiences, and serves as an outdoor sports destination. Montenegro boasts a wonderful coastline that's worth exploring.

Northern Finland, renowned for the natural phenomenon of the Northern Lights, stands out as one of the most unique and hidden places to visit in Europe.