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Western Europe

This is the most visited part of Europe. This region is mostly of countries Germany, Switzerland, France, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherland, Italy, The Vatican city, Monaco, San Marino, United kingdom, Ireland and Luxembourg.

Germany Tours

History, culture, and natural beauty perhaps best describe the essence of vacationing in Germany. With its many historic cities and small towns, along with an abundance of forests and mountains, visitors are spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing a unique place to visit. Those wanting to sightseeing or experience the arts should head to the metropolitan areas such as Munich, Frankfurt, or Hamburg, while those looking for recreational activities should visit places such as the Bavarian Alps, the Black Forest, or the Rhine Valley.

Switzerland Tours

Located in the heart of Europe, Switzerland is a landlocked and mountainous country, the beauty of which bewitch your senses. About two-third of Switzerland is covered with forests, lakes, and mountains. Zurich is the largest town in the country, and also the global center for banking and finance. It attracts tourists with its bounty of museums, art galleries, boating and hiking opportunities. Lucerne is one of the prettiest cities that boasts 14th-century Chapel Bridge and Water Tower whereas Geneva is known for its fine-trimmed parks. Adventure seekers often visit the towns of Zermatt and Lausanne in the country for they are famous for challenging hikes and steep ski slopes. At 10,000 feet, Mount Titlis is the loftiest mountain in the country, the peaks of which can be closely seen through a cable-car ride. Dishes like fondue, raclette and rösti are found almost everywhere. The country is known for its chocolates that are made here since the 18th-century. Muesli is a widely accepted cereal here whereas wine is the most popular alcoholic drink.

France Tours

France has been a hub of art, architecture, fashion, music, literature and gastronomy that seduces millions of travellers all around the world. The Art de Vivre of French exudes cheerfulness and energy all around even in their simple daily rituals. Paris- the capital city is a global hub of art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. The city is well known for its major landmarks including Eiffel Tower being the one and cafe culture. A fashionista’s dream, the city is home to many designer boutiques that lined the two upscale streets of Paris, Vuitton line Avenue Montaigne and Avenue des Champs-Elysées. Bordeaux is famed for the wine industry. Burgundy is home to world-class wineries, navigable canals, and grand chateau. Lourdes is known worldwide for Notre-Dame de Lourdes, a major Catholic pilgrimage site. Not to miss the Normandy, The WWII site and the stunning Mont Saint-Michel when in France. The Disneyland near Paris is a dream world that enchants people of all ages

Spain Tours

Spain’s pleasant Mediterranean climate, its dramatic coastlines, charming landscapes, rich historical legacy, eclectic culture, culinary expertise and vibrant nightlife have made it a much sought-after destination. Madrid, the capital and a colourful cosmopolitan, is home to the Royal Palace of the monarchs, the singular Prado museum that showcases the works of European masters, Puerta del Sol – the hub of its cultural activities and the lively San Miguel Market. Barcelona its top tourist attraction boasts of the architectural splendours of Casa Batllo and the Sagrada Familia church. Its must do’s include a walk down the tree-lined La Rambla avenue, and sunbathing at its most popular beach – Barceloneta. Barcelona and Madrid are both well-known for their buzzing culture and happening nightlife. while Valencia hosts some of the most famous discos of Spain. Seville with its ornate Alcazar castle and its famous flamenco dance; Granada renowned for the moorish Alhambra fortress; Valencia know for its ultra-uber City of Arts and Science and Segovia with its fairy-tale medieval castle and Roman aqueduct never fails to impress the visitors.
Spain is Europe’s main producer of wind energy and its windmills can be seen dotting the countryside everywhere and adding to its charm.