- From: 08/23/2020
- For: 47 days
- Landing in: Dublin, Ireland
- Returning from: Helsinki, Finland
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London, United Kingdom
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A Coruna, Spain
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Andorra la Vella, Andorra
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Monte Carlo, France
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Ireland's illustrious capital is known for its literary traditions, an upbeat pub scene, and a wealth of cultural and historic sites.
1 nightSun. Aug 23 - Mon. Aug 24
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.
2 nightsMon. Aug 24 - Wed. Aug 26
The City of Lights boasts fascinating architecture, rich culture, and amazing cuisine, making it one of the best destinations in the world.
Place des Vosges, Paris
With its antique shops, art galleries, squares, and great restaurants, the Place des Vosges is an incarnation of charm.
The Louvre, Paris
As the most renowned art gallery in the world, with the Mona Lisa as its crown jewel, the Louvre could take a week or more to visit in depth.
Champs Elysees, Paris
This avenue is the most vivid place in Paris, with excellent restaurants, theaters, and luxury boutiques at every turn.
The Eiffel Tower, Paris
The most iconic monument of Paris, The Eiffel Tower is a Symbol of France and offers the highest observation deck in Europe at 276m high.
1 nightWed. Aug 26 - Thu. Aug 27
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 nightThu. Aug 27 - Fri. Aug 28
This beautiful and lively port town combines exploration of its ancient history with beach-combing, sight-seeing, and shopping.
Avenida de la Marina, A Coruna
Join the bustle of this most popular avenue as you walk past immense glass facades, local landmarks, and the Mendez Gardens.
Beach, A Coruna
With the Orzan and Riazor beaches within the city, sunny and sandy relaxation is effortless.
Historic Center, A Coruna
A Coruna has preserved much of the past in its historic center, such as its old fortress, medieval churches, and noble mansions.
St. Barbara Court, A Coruna
Noted by some locals as the most beautiful place in A Coruna, this small square surrounded by a 15C convent often hosts concerts.
2 nightsFri. Aug 28 - Sun. Aug 30
Famous for its wine, Portugal's second largest city boasts a lovely waterfront and several historical sites and monuments.
One of Porto's most significant landmarks, this 12C cathedral is an architectural collage of striking beauty and historical value.
Serralves Foundation, Porto
A cultural institution, set on an 18ha estate, featuring a park, a contemporary art museum, and a villa.
Ramos Pinto, Porto
A wine cellar owned by one of Porto’s most historic and famous wine producers, it houses a museum and a port tasting room.
Historic Center, Porto
Wander through the cobbled streets of Porto and discover one of Portugal’s historic cities; wine and dine in exquisite venues.
2 nightsSun. Aug 30 - Tue. Sep 01
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.
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With great skiing in the winter and beautiful mountain exploration in the summer, this town attracts millions of visitors annually.
1 nightTue. Sep 01 - Wed. Sep 02
This lively city has good restaurants, typical architecture for Southern France, and a few UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Old Town, Toulouse
Beautiful buildings are all around you while strolling the narrow streets of Old Toulouse.
Bemberg Foundation, Toulouse
This collection of Renaissance to 20C art features 30 paintings by Bonnard and works by dozens of other notable artists.
St. Sernin Basilica, Toulouse
Noted for its Romanesque sculpture, this basilica was a primary destination for pilgrimage, which its vast interior reflects.
Jacobin Convent, Toulouse
With its bare exterior and lavish interior, this convent is a superb monastic structure with amazing 16C murals.
1 nightWed. Sep 02 - Thu. Sep 03
The heart of Monaco, Monte Carlo embodies the luxurious spirit of the region and is known for its beaches, castle, and gardens.
Monte Carlo Casino
Visit to enjoy the stunning building or to try your luck at gambling in this world famous casino, one of the oldest in the world.
Historic Center, Monte Carlo
Wander through Monte Carlo and enjoy the stunning architecture and nature, steeped in 700 years of Grimaldi history.
Exotic Garden, Monte Carlo
With over 700 types of succulents, this unique garden is also home to an observatory cave filled with stalactites and stalagmites.
Prince's Palace of Monaco, Monte Carlo
Built in the 12C, sections of the Monaco's official royal residence are open to the public for tours during the summer.
2 nightsThu. Sep 03 - Sat. Sep 05
A popular resort situated on Lake Geneva, full of historic landmarks, heritage sites, great nearby hiking, and wonderful scenery.
Chillon Castle, Montreux
Dating at least to the 11C, this island castle is a remarkable relic of medieval architecture, featuring historic decor and artworks.
Historic Center, Montreux
Explore the local culinary scene, visiting the charming cafes lining the central streets as you enjoy the rich landscape all around.
At 3,883m, this formidable mountain offers magnificent views and great challenge for skiers and mountaineers.
One of the world's highest dams, this 250m-high structure is an impressive feat of human ingenuity surrounded with majestic scenery.
1 nightSat. Sep 05 - Sun. Sep 06
Liechtenstein's capital city and seat of government, Vaduz is home to some of the country's most famous and important landmarks.
Wine Cellars of the Prince of Liechtenstein, Vaduz
The highlights of visitors' experiences at the wine cellar are the amazing hosts and the excellent wine tasting.
Dating back to 12C, this castle is worth a visit for its views of the area. As the royal residence, it is not open to the public.
Historic Center, Vaduz
Explore Liechtenstein's beautiful capital, and get to know it's fascinating historic sites.
Cathedral of St. Florin, Vaduz
Originally a parish church, today this neo-Gothic structure holds the status of cathedral.
2 nightsSun. Sep 06 - Tue. Sep 08
Famed worldwide for its romantic canals and gorgeous masks, this thriving city offers its visitors a wealth of cultural attractions.
St. Mark's Square, Venice
Venice's famous main square is beautifully designed, lined with gorgeous arcaded buildings, and is a great spot for people-watching.
St. Mark's Basilica, Venice
Boasting superb Italian-Byzantine style, this 11C basilica hosts a wealth of gilded mosaics, elegant frescoes, and other decorations.
Grand Canal, Venice
Lined with a fascinating array of architectural curios, the Grand Canal is the city's largest water transportation vein.
Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice
Set on one of Venice's major arteries, this superb museum hosts an array of modern art, from Cubism, to Expressionist, to Futurism.
3 nightsTue. Sep 08 - Fri. Sep 11
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.
Windmills of Kinderdijk
Erected in the 18C, these marvelous windmills are a significant piece of Netherlands' cultural history and are open to the public.
Het Loo Palace
Once the residence of Dutch royalty, this lavish palace now serves as a heritage museum, exhibiting original decor and fine art.
1 nightFri. Sep 11 - Sat. Sep 12
Founded in the 1C, Cologne offers seemingly endless historical and cultural activities, all set in a modern-day atmosphere.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, construction on this Gothic masterpiece began in 1248 and took 600 years to complete.
Historic Center, Cologne
Explore this wonderful town, getting to know its rich history, and stopping in one of its lovely eateries.
Schnuetgen Museum, Cologne
Housed in a Romanesque church, this museum beautifully displays religious art and artifacts from medieval times.
Romano-Germanic Museum, Cologne
This museum houses a grand collection of antiquities from the 1C-4C, including artifacts from large mausoleums to unique glassware.
2 nightsSat. Sep 12 - Mon. Sep 14
Muenster is a prosperous city of history and culture with sites to see and an abundance of activities to enjoy.
This superb Baroque palace is a unique mixture of alternating brick and sandstone facade and features a sprawling green park.
Cathedral Treasury, Muenster
The treasury not only features gold relics, art, and artifacts but also includes a comprehensive history of the cathedral.
Historic Center, Muenster
This center was faithfully restored after WWII and combines treasured sites from the past with modern cafes and boutiques.
The perfect market to visit to see an array of Gothic and Renaissance buildings as well as numerous small, fun shops.
2 nightsMon. Sep 14 - Wed. Sep 16
Destroyed during WWII, Hamburg has retained its charm with its water landscapes, pristine parks, and upbeat spirit.
Historic Center, Hamburg
Close to the harbor, the historic center is a mix of modern buildings with historical houses, churches, and museums.
Miniatur Wunderland, Hamburg
The world's largest model railway exhibit is constantly updated with new and interesting tracks.
An excellent art museum, home to a collection of 17C to 20C works by Dutch, French, and German artists.
The world's largest warehouse district is uniquely home to elegant Neo-Gothic style buildings, as well as several museums.
2 nightsWed. Sep 16 - Fri. Sep 18
Weimar is a cultural and provincial center, with Cranach, Bach, Liszt, Nietzsche, and Goethe having resided here at various times.
Ilm Park, Weimar
Spend a few peaceful hours strolling through this lush 18C park, enjoying the greenery and the views of the Ilm River.
Historic Center, Weimar
Stroll through the historic center to enjoy the lovely atmosphere, taking time to people-watch and browse some shops.
National Theater, Weimar
Visit Weimar's most significant cultural center, whether for a tour or to see one of its excellent productions.
Goethe's Garden House, Weimar
This peaceful house, surrounded by nature, was Goethe's home from 1776 to 1782 and where he wrote several works.
4 nightsFri. Sep 18 - Tue. Sep 22
With rich history, vibrant nightlife, world-renowned cuisine, and amazing museums, there is something for everyone in Germany's capital.
Brandenburg Gate, Berlin
Once part of the Berlin Wall, this 18C gate has been witness to Berlin's triumphs and misfortunes since its construction.
Gemaldegalerie (Picture Gallery), Berlin
This museum brings together Berlin's collection of artworks by masters such as Van Eyck, Rubens, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, and more.
Historic Center, Berlin
Get to know this amazing city, exploring its busy streets and admiring its wealth of historic architecture.
Natural History Museum, Berlin
A marvelous natural history museum, featuring a wealth of exhibits on paleontology, zoology, geology, and more.
A public parkland strewn with a variety of gardens from around the world, featuring traditional European and Asian landscaping.
Located in the suburbs of Berlin, stroll around this lake, enjoying the beautiful scenery and the historic buildings dotted around.
This district features cafes, shops, galleries, and courtyards and provides easy access to the neighboring New Synagogue.
Located in the Kreuzberg District, this street was once divided by Checkpoint Charlie and today features fun shops and cafes.
2 nightsTue. Sep 22 - Thu. Sep 24
Despite heavy bombing during WWII, still evident today, Dresden is an exquisite Baroque-laden city with wonderful attractions.
Historic Center, Dresden
The market square is central to the historic center, charmingly rebuilt following its destruction in WWII.
Zwinger Palace, Dresden
This phenomenal Baroque palace is home to several museums, as well as sprawling elegant grounds to explore.
Saxon State Opera House, Dresden
Rebuilt according to its original design after an 1869 fire, this unique building is regarded as one of the most beautiful in Europe.
Faithfully restored after bombing in WWII, this Baroque gem features a rococo pulpit, as well as the remains of numerous royals.
2 nightsThu. Sep 24 - Sat. Sep 26
One of Poland's most colorful cities, Wroclaw is strewn with bridges, historic monuments, and plenty of multicultural charm.
Historic Center, Wroclaw
A treasure of brilliant architecture and vibrant spirit, this historic center offers a uniquely rich experience of Polish culture.
Royal Palace, Wroclaw
An 18C Baroque palace, housing the Wroclaw City Museum and its exceptional exhibits on history, interior design, and art.
Panorama of the Battle of Raclawice, Wroclaw
An enormous 19C cycloramic painting depicting the infamous 18C Battle of Raclawice, a significant triumph in Polish history.
Museum of Architecture, Wroclaw
The only museum of its kind in Poland, it traces the evolution of architecture, and houses an extensive collection of stained glass.
1 nightSat. Sep 26 - Sun. Sep 27
Tracing its origins to a 13C Teutonic fort, this great riverside town boasts ample medieval architecture and a vibrant ambiance.
Historic Center, Torun
Plunge into the medieval atmosphere and cultural wealth of one of the best-preserved historic centers in Poland.
Museum of Gingerbread, Torun
Season and shape your own gingerbread as you learn about the history of Torun, as well as its ancient gingerbread-making traditions.
Barbarka District, Torun
An expanse of lush forest and a 14C village, serving as a recreational destination with myriad fun ventures for the nature lovers.
Old City Town Hall, Torun
This 13C City Hall is a spectacular example of Teutonic architecture, and houses one of Poland's most significant District Museum.
1 nightSun. Sep 27 - Mon. Sep 28
One of the important northern seaports in Poland, offering lovely beaches, nautical museums, and great restaurants.
Historic Center, Gdynia
Take a walk down the lovely pier, or stroll towards one of the beaches, admiring examples of Art Deco and Modernist architecture.
Public Beach, Gdynia
A popular beach set near the marina, this sandy shore features seaside cafes, modern facilities, and a play area for children.
Ingeniously constructed by Teutonic Knights, this vast 15C redbrick fortress is one of the largest in the world.
Sea Park Sarbsk
An exciting educational sea park, housing several seal species, as well as a nautical museum and a 3D Prehistoric Oceanarium.
1 nightMon. Sep 28 - Tue. Sep 29
Deceptively rich in cultural landmarks, this city blends European and Soviet influences, offering many interesting museums and parks.
Kaliningrad Amber Museum
This superb museum is home to over 14,000 items of amber artwork, fossils, archaeological items, and jewelry.
Konigsberg Cathedral, Kaliningrad
Hosting the tomb of Immanuel Kant, the cathedral dates to the 14C and boasts fine Gothic influence, as well as some notable artwork.
Historic Center, Kaliningrad
Wander through the back streets of this city center, getting to know the authentic sleepy atmosphere mixed with a European charm.
Church of the Holy Family, Kaliningrad
Erected in the early-20C, this redbrick church was never returned to its original purpose and currently hosts the Kaliningrad Philharmonic.
3 nightsTue. Sep 29 - Fri. Oct 02
Founded in 1201, Riga is Latvia's center of Art Nouveau. History, culture, and art are seen in its architecture and landmarks.
Historic Center, Riga
Stroll through this center to take in its 800 years of architecture, diverse museums, and around-the-clock activities.
Art Nouveau Museum, Riga
This museum is a faithful restoration of a 1903 Art Nouveau apartment, from its moldings and layout to its furnishings and art.
National Museum of Art, Riga
This museum features the works of fabulous painters, sculptors, and other artists from Latvia, the Baltics, and even Russia.
Latvian National History Museum, Riga
This must-see museum offers a comprehensive trip throughout Latvia's history, from Neolithic times to the Soviet era.
This 18C Baroque palace has also served as a hospital and a school. Now restored, it features a museum and fine gardens.
Gauja National Park
Spanning picturesque landscapes, this large park is great for outdoor activities including hiking, biking, canoeing, and more.
2 nightsFri. Oct 02 - Sun. Oct 04
Tallinn seamlessly fuses its medieval past and architecture with modern amenities that include museums, cafes, and night life.
Historic Center, Tallinn
Spend a few hours exploring the ins and outs of the capital's historic center, enjoy people watching or relaxing in a cafe.
Kohtu Viewpoint, Tallinn
This platform offers amazing views of the Medieval landscape of the Old Town, the skyscrapers, the Pirita district, and the gulf.
View from Patkuli Belvedere, Tallinn
At the top of this popular street, visitors can view the Old Town's fortified medieval walls and beyond.
Kiek in de Kok, Tallinn
In addition to its panoramic views, this medieval fortification features an interactive museum of the history of Tallinn.
3 nightsSun. Oct 04 - Wed. Oct 07
A relatively young city, the Finnish capital commands the Baltic Sea with its diverse architectural landscape and a rich culture.
Historic Center, Helsinki
Enjoy this center's eclectic mix of 19C-20C landmarks, all creatively woven together with squares and parks perfect for people-watching.
Temppeliaukio Church, Helsinki
Carved into an enormous rock, this unique church doubles as a performance hall, given its excellent acoustics.
Opera House, Helsinki
Home to the National Opera, this ceramic and granite building overlooks the Toolo Bay and offer world-class productions.
Central Park, Helsinki
Escape the city in this beautiful green park, which consists of lightly maintained woodland and gravel paths.
Nuuksio National Park
This national park is riddled with hiking trails and camping grounds, while picnic areas are nestled among lush forested scenery.
Founded in the 18C against a Russian invasion, this star fortress spans six islands, features a museum, and offers nice picnic spots.