Whether you're visiting Stonehenge or just enjoying a walk through London, observing Big Ben or the London Bridge, you're sure to enjoy your time here with some of the nicest people you'll meet.
Greece is a picturesque country that is composed of thousands of islands that are covered in mountains and surrounded with beautiful coastlines. Beautiful scenery is just one part of a Greece vacation, however. The country has no shortage of ancient ruins to explore. Athens is home to famous ruins such as the Parthenon and Acropolis, stoic reminders of Greece’s long ancient history. Whether island hopping, walking through ruins or traveling the olive groves of the countryside, Greece offers something for every traveler.
Located in Central Europe, Austria is a small country that packs a big punch. From little mountain villages with winding roads to beautiful Alpine views, Austria is a great place to discover something new. With a couple former residents such as Mozart, Strauss, and Freud there is so much to learn about in Austria. You can find the capital, Vienna, on the Danube and see both the Schonbrunn and Hofburg palaces.
Ireland is an island in the North Atlantic neighboring Great Britain. A green country peppered with incredibly friendly people and sights like the Cliffs of Moher. In Ireland, friendliness and welcoming is a characteristic seen throughout your time spent here. History is everywhere in Ireland: from ruins showing the monastic side at Glendalough and Clonmacnoise to a relatively new history seen at the Titanic museum in Cobh.
Italy is a peninsula nation located in southern Europe. Due to its geographical features, it is often called lo Stivale "The Boot". Italy was the home to famous Renaissance figures like Leonardo da Vinci and Michaelangelo. The northern region of Italy consists mainly of the Alps, while the southern region hosts a Mediterranean feel. Major cities like Rome, Venice, Florence, Milan, and Naples all call Italy their home, each with its very own distinct history, culture, and atmosphere. Explore the famous Vatican City or venture south to the picturesque Amalfi Coast; your perfect Italian adventure awaits you.
Scotland is a small northern European country that holds many treasures within its borders. From remarkable wildlife and vast landscapes to delicious food and friendly people, Scotland is unlike anywhere else. Mountain wildernesses cover Scotland’s landscape such as the Cairngorms and the Northwest Highlands that are peppered with ‘glacial glens’ (valleys) and ‘lochs’ (lakes). Castles and vivacious cultural scenes can be found in major cities such as Edinburgh, the capital, and Glasgow. The first game of fold was played in Scotland and many travelers come to play on the green courses here still.
Spain is a European country that lies on the Iberian Peninsula and borders Portugal. Tapas, beach towns, mountains, Catalan and a vibrant culture can be found in Spain. Paella and various tapas are the delectable foods you can find on every corner. Madrid, the capital, is known for the Royal Palace and the Prado Museum, with works by great European artists. Famous and whimsical works by Antoni Gaudi can be found in Barcelona including Park Guell and the Sagrada Familia Church.
A perfect place for a holiday year-round, Portugal has over 850 kilometers of Atlantic coast beaches and gets 3000 hours of sunshine a year. Medieval castles, huge metropolises, and beautiful beaches make up this southern European country. Portugal is located on the Iberian Peninsula on the Atlantic Ocean next-door to Spain. The Algarve’s beaches are major attractions with national cuisine such as the delicious salt cod and the delicacy of grilled sardines.
Iceland, also known as “The Land of Fire and Ice”, has dramatic terrain such as volcanoes, geysers, hot springs and lava fields that pepper the Nordic island nation. Both Vatnajokull and Snaefellsjokull are national parks that protect some of the largest glaciers in Europe. Iceland also contains some of the most active volcanoes in the world. The capital, Reykjavik, runs on geothermal power and has a rich history to explore. Iceland’s Viking history can be found in the National and Saga museums located in the capital city.