- From: 06/05/2022
- For: 26 days
- Landing in: Spain
- Returning from: London, United Kingdom
2 nightsSun. Jun 05-Tue. Jun 07
1 nightTue. Jun 07-Wed. Jun 08
2 nightsWed. Jun 08-Fri. Jun 10
1 nightFri. Jun 10-Sat. Jun 11
1 nightSat. Jun 11-Sun. Jun 12
San Sebastian, Spain
1 nightSun. Jun 12-Mon. Jun 13
1 nightMon. Jun 13-Tue. Jun 14
1 nightTue. Jun 14-Wed. Jun 15
1 nightWed. Jun 15-Thu. Jun 16
1 nightThu. Jun 16-Fri. Jun 17
1 nightFri. Jun 17-Sat. Jun 18
1 nightSat. Jun 18-Sun. Jun 19
2 nightsSun. Jun 19-Tue. Jun 21
The Hague, Netherlands
1 nightTue. Jun 21-Wed. Jun 22
1 nightWed. Jun 22-Thu. Jun 23
Canterbury, United Kingdom
1 nightThu. Jun 23-Fri. Jun 24
Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom
1 nightFri. Jun 24-Sat. Jun 25
1 nightSat. Jun 25-Sun. Jun 26
Chester, United Kingdom
1 nightSun. Jun 26-Mon. Jun 27
London, United Kingdom
3 nightsMon. Jun 27-Thu. Jun 30
2 nightsSun. Jun 05 - Tue. Jun 07
A vibrant metropolis set on the Mediterranean Sea, famed for its brilliant architecture, rich culture, and captivating history.
Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
Recognized as the masterpiece of Antoni Gaudi, this incomplete church is an exquisite blend of Gothicism and Art Nouveau.
Gothic Quarter, Barcelona
In the heart of the city center, this historic quarter is full of Gothic architectural gems, as well as artifacts dating to the 4C.
Guell Park, Barcelona
A marvel of landscaping by Antoni Gaudi, this park blends lush gardens with architectural curios, and is full of whimsical statues.
Historic Center, Barcelona
The center remains the heart of Barcelona, combining historic sites and cultural monuments with cafes, shops, and fun activities.
1 nightTue. Jun 07 - Wed. Jun 08
While Valencia retains a pride and tight connection to its past, it also is extremely modernized in its demeanor and culture.
Old Town, Valencia
Begin exploring Old Valencia by having breakfast or lunch in the friendly and bustling Mare de Deu Plaza.
City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia
This expansive complex includes an opera hall, an interactive science museum, and the largest aquarium in Europe.
The Valencia beach is popular for its sand, sun, and surf, with some areas offering amenities and others more tranquil.
Museum of Fine Arts, Valencia
Housed in a 17C palace, this museum hosts a wealth of medieval artworks, as well as sculptures, archaeological findings, and more.
2 nightsWed. Jun 08 - Fri. Jun 10
Madrid is where ancient and old meet modern and cosmopolitan, where sightseeing, dancing, and shopping go hand in hand.
Prado Museum, Madrid
Spectacular enough to rival the Louvre, this museum is well-known for its revered art collection including best national artists.
Old Town, Madrid
Old Madrid offers a range of exploration from small charming residences, to elaborate mansions, to a number of churches.
National Archaeological Museum, Madrid
This must-see museum provides a comprehensive journey of prehistoric, Iberian, Visigothic, Muslim, and Christian cultures.
Reina Sofia National Art Museum, Madrid
Housed in an old hospital, this museum holds a most excellent collection of art by 20C Spanish artists.
1 nightFri. Jun 10 - Sat. Jun 11
Dating to the 9C, Burgos is wonderful to visit for both its amazing historical sites and its array of modern-day activities.
Dating to the 13C, this remarkable cathedral is a must-see with its intricate Gothic exterior and a wealth of decorative details.
Historic Center, Burgos
Trace the medieval borders of this historic city, interact with the locals, and get to the know the local history.
St. Maria Arch, Burgos
Built in the 14C, this must-see gate has impressive sculptures of historic Burgos citizens and boasts pleasant surroundings.
Royal Monastery of Las Huelgas, Burgos
Founded in the 12C, this monastery presents several architectural styles from over the centuries and houses numerous sculptures.
1 nightSat. Jun 11 - Sun. Jun 12
Founded in the 8C, this city shows off its historical past along with a relaxed and modern atmosphere.
Historic Center, Oviedo
With Oviedo Cathedral the prominent landmark of the historic center, be sure to explore the smaller pedestrian-only areas, too.
Built during the 14C-16C period, the cathedral is purely Gothic, with chapels, statues, and art that make this a must-see site.
St. Maria del Naranco, Oviedo
Built as a residence in the 9C, this pre-Romanesque church is a peaceful and rewarding place to visit.
Archaeological Museum of Asturias, Oviedo
Housed in a 15C cloister, this museum expands from Prehistory to the Romanesque period and includes artifacts from 9C Asturias.
1 nightSun. Jun 12 - Mon. Jun 13
Set on the Bay of Biscay, this town and its history is only rivaled by the sunny beaches and superb local cuisine.
Historic Center, San Sebastian
Enjoy the bustle brought in by local and international travelers as you stroll through the streets, visiting shops and cafes.
Ondarreta Beach, San Sebastian
This popular beach is easy to get to and will not disappoint those who wish to spend the sunbathing or swimming.
Aiete Park, San Sebastian
Sprawling around a former royal palace, this park is full of exotic and local vegetation, offering a perfect venue for a walk.
La Concha Bay, San Sebastian
The shoreline of this bay invites long walks along the beach, but is also perfect if you simply wish to bask in the sun.
1 nightMon. Jun 13 - Tue. Jun 14
Half of this city is UNESCO listed, it also offers great dining and nightlife options for the millions who visit annually.
Old Town, Bordeaux
A walk though old Bordeaux will take you through the grandeur of its past and the lively culture of its present.
Grand Theater, Bordeaux
This 18C neo-classical theater is considered one of the most beautiful in France.
Cathedral of St. Andre, Bordeaux
Admire the famous Gothic sculptures, the majestic Royal Door, and the beautiful Renaissance organ in this fabulous cathedral.
Take a few hours to relax, and enjoy the white sands and turquoise waters at the beach.
1 nightTue. Jun 14 - Wed. Jun 15
This town, home to da Vinci in his later years, still shows an Italian Renaissance influences with its royal castle and gardens.
Historic Center, Amboise
Take time to immerse yourself in the local atmosphere of Amboise by strolling through its historic center.
This castle is among the first royal residences in France that was built in the Italianate architectural style.
Clos Luce Castle, Amboise
Leonardo da Vinci's presence lives on at this chateau where he worked and died, some of his fabulous inventions still remain as a museum.
The Clock Tower, Amboise
This 15C tower is located on a bustling pedestrian street lined with shops and cafes.
1 nightWed. Jun 15 - Thu. Jun 16
This beautiful little fishing port, charming with its beach and good restaurants, will take you back in time to the 17C.
Keriolet Castle, Concarneau
This neo-Gothic castle dates from the 19C, it's located 15 minutes away from Concarneau in a village called Beuzec-Conq.
Concarneau beach awaits you with its beautiful white sand.
Old Town, Concarneau
Once a center of shipbuilding, the old town sits on a long island in the middle of the harbor.
The Ports, Concarneau
Visit the Marinarium and the old fish market in the lively and charming fishing port of Concarneau.
1 nightThu. Jun 16 - Fri. Jun 17
Considered the capital of the Centre region, this city is excellent for lovers of history and quality dining.
Parc Floral de la Source, Orleans
Voted the "Best Park in France" in 2003, this park lives up to the title and includes a butterfly house.
Cathedral of St. Croix, Orleans
Built in Gothic style, this cathedral is particularly notable for its stained-glass windows telling the story of Joan of Arc.
Historic Center, Orleans
Profuse with monuments, this historic center is engaging at every turn.
Museum of Decorative Arts, Orleans
This museum has one of the best collections of 16C to 20C paintings, as well as sculptures and modern and contemporary art.
1 nightFri. Jun 17 - Sat. Jun 18
One of Switzerland's largest cities, Basel is the country's cultural center with museums, art galleries, and a rich history.
Historic Center, Basel
Discover Basel's lively cultural life by wandering through its historic center, exploring its mix of medieval and modern buildings.
A prestigious Fine Arts Museum, frequently staging major exhibitions and housing an impressive collection of 15C-20C art.
Oberer Rheinweg, Basel
A beautiful promenade along the river, offering views of Basel's old districts, of the waterfront palaces, and of the artisan houses.
Tucked away in the Basel suburbs, this giant cube is worth a visit for its futuristic architecture and its collection avant-garde art.
1 nightSat. Jun 18 - Sun. Jun 19
Located on the Main River, Wuerzburg features 17C-18C architecture, and even older gems, despite WWII devastation.
Historic Center, Wuerzburg
This historic center has been proudly restored to its original charm and historical atmosphere, making for cheerful goings-on.
Marienberg Fortress, Wuerzburg
This looming fortress was occupied between 1253 and 1719 and today holds much of its original furnishings and artifacts.
Martin von Wagner Museum, Wuerzburg
This museum has an exceptional gallery of 14C-20C works by European masters, as well as an admirable antiquities collection.
Veitshochheim Castle, Wuerzburg
This 17C castle is a delight to tour, with its rococo furnishings and special park that features comical statues.
2 nightsSun. Jun 19 - Tue. Jun 21
The Dutch capital retains its medieval charm along with historic buildings, rich culture, its iconic canals, and charming streets.
A stunning world-renowned national museum with a focus on art and history, hosting a massive collection of artifacts and artwork.
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Dedicated to modern and contemporary art, as well as design, this fine museum hosts nearly 100,000 items from Impressionism to Pop Art.
Historic Center, Amsterdam
Stroll along the iconic canals and streets, taking in the city's atmosphere, or head out to explore Amsterdam's thriving nightlife.
Beguine Community, Amsterdam
Established in the 13C as a pseudo-monastic community, this complex boasts historic buildings and an lingering peaceful atmosphere.
1 nightTue. Jun 21 - Wed. Jun 22
Netherlands' third-largest metropolis is also the country's seat of government, featuring fine architecture and rich culture.
Historic Center, The Hague
Roam the winding streets criss-crossing the city center, admiring the interesting mixture of ancient and modern architecture.
Mauritshuis Museum, The Hague
Housed in a beautiful 17C palace, this wonderful museum is home to exquisite Dutch artwork, including Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Ruisdael.
Gemeentemuseum, The Hague
An extensive art museum, housing exhibits of modern and contemporary art, as well as graphic art, historic fashions, and musical tools.
Peace Palace, The Hague
Dedicated to international law, the palace houses the UN's Court of Justice, the Court of Arbitration, a library, and a law school.
1 nightWed. Jun 22 - Thu. Jun 23
Netherlands' second largest city boasts a wealth of cultural venues and events, wonderful museums, great nightlife, and amazing energy.
Boijmans van Beuningen Museum, Rotterdam
Established in the 19C, this extensive museum ranges from medieval to contemporary art, with pieces by world-renowned masters.
City Center, Rotterdam
Roam the streets lined with modern buildings, diverse shops, and great eateries, or head out at night to explore the local pub scene.
Museum Park, Rotterdam
A sprawling lush parkland, surrounded with notable museums and featuring a lovely pond, monuments, and a sculpture garden.
Historical Museum of Rotterdam
Housed within the elegant 17C Schielandshuis mansion, this history museum exhibits paintings, jewelry, sculptures, and other relics.
1 nightThu. Jun 23 - Fri. Jun 24
Dating to prehistoric times, Canterbury remains today a destination of "pilgrims" seeking history, culture, and fun.
Dating to the 6C, this 11C Gothic cathedral boasts a wealth of superb ornamentation, rich history, and architectural significance.
Historic Center, Canterbury
Explore streets saturated with history in the footsteps of Romans, Saxons, Normans, and countless pilgrims.
St. Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury
Founded in 598, this abbey now stands in ruins, but the impressive remnants bespeak of a rich history and cultural curios.
Heritage Museum, Canterbury
Located in a 12C building, this museum covers Canterbury's fascinating history, as well as a wealth of fun cultural collections.
1 nightFri. Jun 24 - Sat. Jun 25
Famous for being Shakespeare's hometown, this lively market town is certainly a charming and fascinating place to visit.
Shakespeare's Birthplace, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Stratford-upon-Avon
This 16C timbered house, Shakespeare's childhood home, honors the author through documents, period furnishings, and other relics.
Historic Center, Stratford-upon-Avon
Seek out the notable landmarks around the historic center, or explore farther along its cobbled lanes and rows of timbered houses.
Royal Shakespeare Theater, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Stratford-upon-Avon
Home of the Royal Shakespeare Company, this 20C theater offers performances, as well as the Company's museum and access backstage.
Anne Hathaway's Cottage, Stratford-upon-Avon
Dating back to before the 15C, this charming old farmhouse is the childhood home of Shakespeare's wife, Anne Hathaway.
1 nightSat. Jun 25 - Sun. Jun 26
Ireland's illustrious capital is known for its literary traditions, an upbeat pub scene, and a wealth of cultural and historic sites.
Historic Center, Dublin
Wander through the central streets, admiring elegant Georgian townhouses, visiting local pubs, and soaking in the vibrant atmosphere.
National Botanic Gardens, Dublin
Established in the 18C, these superbly rich botanic gardens are home to over 20,000 plant species, including rare species of orchids.
Trinity College Library, Dublin
Ireland's largest library is a book-lover's dream with the famed 9C Book of Kells on display, and the lavish Long Room reading open.
Chester Beatty Library, Dublin
This library holds a historical collection of manuscripts, rare books, and artwork from Western, East Asian, and Islamic sources.
1 nightSun. Jun 26 - Mon. Jun 27
Evidence of Roman and Saxon history are still visible throughout the city, while its medieval atmosphere id delightfully predominant.
Historic Center, Chester
With a mix of authentic architectural styles, this lively center is full of medieval remnants, fun teahouses, and quaint shops.
Dating at least to the 14C, these timbered buildings comprise shops and residences to this very day, boasting a wonderful atmosphere.
Roman Gardens, Chester
The lovely Roman Gardens were established in the 20C, and contain a number of locally discovered Roman artifacts.
Roman Amphitheater, Chester
The largest stone amphitheater uncovered in Britain dates to the 1C, and was used for cock fighting, boxing, and gladiator games.
3 nightsMon. Jun 27 - Thu. Jun 30
Steeped in history and royalty, the English capital is considered to be one of the most progressive and exciting cities in the world.
Tower of London
Home to England's Crown Jewels, this 11C castle has served as a royal prison throughout its long and fascinating history.
National Gallery, London
Recognized as one of the leading art museums in the world, this 19C gallery houses superb masterpieces from mid-13C to the 20C.
Tate Britain, London
One of the leading museums in the country, this remarkable 19C gallery exhibits superb examples of British art from the 16C onwards.
British Museum, London
Immense in its size and wealth of exhibits, this must-see museum spans all cultures, tracing the turbulent history of the human race.
Boasting a history dating to the 12C, the current castle was heavily reconstructed in the 19C, but retains many historic artifacts.
Inspired by European gardens, this park was elegantly designed in the 18C around abbey ruins, a Gothic temple, and a grotto.