- From: 04/15/2021
- For: 40 days
- Landing in: Helsinki, Finland
- Returning from: London, United Kingdom
2 nightsThu. Apr 15-Sat. Apr 17
2 nightsSat. Apr 17-Mon. Apr 19
1 nightMon. Apr 19-Tue. Apr 20
2 nightsTue. Apr 20-Thu. Apr 22
2 nightsThu. Apr 22-Sat. Apr 24
2 nightsSat. Apr 24-Mon. Apr 26
2 nightsMon. Apr 26-Wed. Apr 28
3 nightsWed. Apr 28-Sat. May 01
3 nightsSat. May 01-Tue. May 04
2 nightsTue. May 04-Thu. May 06
2 nightsThu. May 06-Sat. May 08
2 nightsSat. May 08-Mon. May 10
2 nightsMon. May 10-Wed. May 12
2 nightsWed. May 12-Fri. May 14
2 nightsFri. May 14-Sun. May 16
3 nightsSun. May 16-Wed. May 19
London, United Kingdom
5 nightsWed. May 19-Mon. May 24
2 nightsThu. Apr 15 - Sat. Apr 17
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.
2 nightsSat. Apr 17 - Mon. Apr 19
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.
1 nightMon. Apr 19 - Tue. Apr 20
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.
2 nightsTue. Apr 20 - Thu. Apr 22
Lithuania's second-largest city boasts rich history, a multitude of significant landmarks, and gorgeous natural surroundings.
Historic Center, Kaunas
Spend the afternoon exploring the charming alleyways of this center, taking in the historic atmosphere so characteristic of the city.
Saturated with a great medieval atmosphere, this 13C redbrick castle houses a small museum in its tower dedicated to local history.
Pazaislis Monastery, Kaunas
Lithuania's largest convent complex, this 17C monastery is a great example of Italian Baroque architecture and houses artistic curios.
Kaunas Botanical Garden
Spanning 62ha of lush parkland, this botanical garden maintains a wide variety of plant species, as well as a peaceful ambiance.
2 nightsThu. Apr 22 - Sat. Apr 24
Belarus' capital and largest city offers over a dozen museums, several notable churches, well-known theaters, and nice parks.
Historic Center, Minsk
Take a walk around the historic center, getting a feel of the local culture and admiring the architectural variety.
Botanical Garden, Minsk
Home to over 9,000 species of plants and trees, this botanical garden is said to be one of the biggest in Europe.
National Opera and Ballet of Belarus, Minsk
Featuring a modern architectural design, this theater houses both an opera and a ballet company that known are worldwide.
Chelyuskinites Park, Minsk
A pleasant piece of nature in the heart of Minsk, this park features a cinema, an amusement park, and a children's railway.
2 nightsSat. Apr 24 - Mon. Apr 26
Ukraine's capital and its largest city, Kiev is a historic and culturally diverse metropolis full of theaters, museums, and more.
Kiev Pechersk Lavra
A historic cave monastery dating to the 11C, home to several churches, a bell tower, and one of Kiev's most significant museums.
St. Andrew's Church, Kiev
A marvelous baroque church dating to the 18C, full of fine ornamentation and boasting an elaborate three-tiered iconostasis.
Historic Center, Kiev
Stroll through the Slavic history of this center, where streets are full of assorted architecture, little cafes, and nice shops.
St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery, Kiev
Dating to the 12C, this complex hosts baroque churches and historic buildings, still baring some of its original Byzantine interior.
2 nightsMon. Apr 26 - Wed. Apr 28
A metropolis of cultural significance, Krakow preserves a multitude of historic and religious remnants dating all the way to the 7C.
Historic Center, Krakow
Discover the most famous Old Town in Poland - a medieval district rife with religious, cultural, and architectural wealth.
Wawel Castle and Cathedral, Krakow
A hilltop complex consisting of the 14C Royal Castle, the famed Cathedral, a treasury, an armory, and various excellent exhibits.
Czartoryski Museum and Library, Krakow
An 19C national museum housing valuable collections of 16C-19C paintings, cultural artifacts, antiquities, and craftsmanship.
Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology, Krakow
A cultural center housing rare 17C-19C Japanese woodblock prints, as well as rotating exhibitions pertaining to Asian heritage.
3 nightsWed. Apr 28 - Sat. May 01
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.
3 nightsSat. May 01 - Tue. May 04
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.
2 nightsTue. May 04 - Thu. May 06
Belgium's capital is the seat of the EU and boasts a metropolitan cultural diversity, many historic curiosities, and great museums.
Grand Place, Brussels
A wonderful square in the heart of the city, surrounded on all sides by historic buildings, including the Town Hall and a city museum.
Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Brussels
A must-see museum, this collection thoroughly covers the European masters from the 14C-20C. Visitors often stay for several hours.
Historic Center, Brussels
Get pleasantly lost in this fabulous historic center that takes you along cobbled streets to museums, homes, and historic sites.
Mont des Arts, Brussels
Built for the 1910 Universal Exposition, this area was revitalized to what today is a lovely district of museums and amazing city views.
2 nightsThu. May 06 - Sat. May 08
The heart of Swiss commerce, finances, and academia, Zurich boasts museums, galleries, a buzzing nightlife, and a superb atmosphere.
Housing a superb collection of medieval, Impressionist, and modern art, this wonderful museum is a hidden gem for any lover of art.
Historic Center, Zurich
Discover Zurich’s trendiest art galleries, antique stores and bookshops and you wander through its old town.
The perfect spot to enjoy a pleasant stroll by the water, the quays afford beautiful views over the lake and the city.
Rietberg Museum, Zurich
Housed in a fine villa, this museum exhibits an array of non-European art, featuring works from Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas.
2 nightsSat. May 08 - Mon. May 10
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.
2 nightsMon. May 10 - Wed. May 12
Italy's eternal capital boasts historic sites, ancient ruins, fine architecture, rich culture, superb food, and vibrant nightlife.
Trevi Fountain, Rome
Make a wish and toss a coin into this world-famous Baroque fountain, admire its sculptures, then head off to explore the nearby cafes.
This iconic landmark is a triumph of Roman architecture, dating to the 1C and hailed as the largest amphitheater ever built.
Roman Forum, Rome
Once the political and commercial center of ancient Rome, this archaeological park now houses nicely-preserved ruins.
A very lively neighborhood in the heart of Rome. Great for an evening stroll and a good meal.
2 nightsWed. May 12 - Fri. May 14
Granada is simply spectacular, with its Moorish history and culture beautifully preserved to this very day.
Stunningly beautiful, this 9C fortress complex boasts an array of architectural styles, several palaces, and a rich medieval air.
An elegant 14C residential palace, boasting lush gardens, water features at every turn, and stately pavilions.
Palace of Charles V, Granada
This 16C palace is superbly designed with its two-story courtyard, also housing two excellent museums.
Royal Chapel, Granada
Erected by the Catholic monarchy, this 16C chapel features fantastic mausoleums, superb Gothic architecture, and an art museum.
2 nightsFri. May 14 - Sun. May 16
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.
3 nightsSun. May 16 - Wed. May 19
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.
The town of Versailles is the symbol of the French monarchy, and considered as the apogee of classical arts in France.
Vaux le Vicomte Castle
Built in the 17C in typical Classical style, this castle is one of the most prestigious in the region.
5 nightsWed. May 19 - Mon. May 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.
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.
Royal Botanic Gardens, London
As well as being a leading botanical research center, these exquisite 18C gardens are home to over 30,000 of plant species.
Victoria and Albert Museum, London
With 425 galleries and over 4 million works spanning 5,000 years, this awe-inspiring museum is a treasure trove of history and art.
Westminster Abbey, London
A treasure trove of exquisite ornamentation and architectural genius, this abbey has served the British monarchs since the 10C.
Stretch 135m into the sky, this Ferris wheel features glass-enclosed pods and offers spectacular views over all of London.