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ALL ABOUT EUROPE - Tour
ALL ABOUT EUROPE
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10 Nights 11 Days
26 Jun, 26 Jun, 26 Jun, and more
ALL ABOUT EUROPE
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Say the word Europe. It’s the power of one name that evokes an explosion of art, history, beauty, culture, architecture, cuisine, romance, literature…everything you’d want in a vacation spot. Honestly, could anything we say prompt you to book your tickets? (You’re probably doing this as we speak). To answer the previous question, though, yes there is more and more about Europe that many are yet to discover. From tiny towns, to entire countries…Europe still has many tricks up her sleeve. It will be our delight to uncover them with you. Today, we want you to take a European tour with us – from the remote Faroe Islands in Denmark, to the Champs Elysees in France. Trust us, when we say that none of us have plumbed the depths of Europe Tourism. You may walk away with new places to discover. So, hop on board.  read more read less
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Keila - Tour
Keila
₹ 20,700
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Keila
₹ 20,700
Estonia, situated in Northern Europe, boasts a coastline along the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland. With over 1,500 islands, its landscape is diverse, featuring rocky beaches, ancient forests, and numerous lakes. Having been part of the Soviet Union, Estonia is adorned with castles, churches, and hilltop fortresses. Its capital, Tallinn, is renowned for its well-preserved Old Town, museums, and the towering Tallinn TV Tower, offering an observation deck with stunning views. Keila, a town and urban municipality in Harju County, lies approximately 25 km southwest of Tallinn. While Keila serves as an administrative center for the surrounding Keila Parish, a separate rural municipality, it also stands as a distinct urban settlement itself. read more read less
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Narva - Tour
Narva
₹ 20,700
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Narva
₹ 20,700
Estonia, situated in Northern Europe, shares borders with the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland. With over 1,500 islands, its varied landscape encompasses rocky beaches, ancient forests, and numerous lakes. Having been part of the Soviet Union, Estonia is adorned with castles, churches, and hilltop fortresses. The capital, Tallinn, is renowned for its well-preserved Old Town, museums, and the towering Tallinn TV Tower, featuring an observation deck. Narva, also known as German Narwa, is a city in Estonia located along the Narva River, approximately 9 miles (14 km) from its mouth where it flows into the Gulf of Finland. Founded in the 13th century, Narva quickly grew into a significant commercial hub. It saw periods of Russian and Swedish occupation, notably being the site of Peter I the Great's defeat by the Swedes in 1700, followed by his victory and reconquest of Narva for Russia through a siege in 1704. Since the 1850s, Narva has been notable as a major center for cotton textile production. It also manufactures jute and hemp products, as well as furniture. The city is home to a technical school and a historical museum. As of the 2008 estimate, Narva's population was around 66,435. read more read less
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Tartu - Tour
Tartu
₹ 20,700
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Tartu
₹ 20,700
Estonia, located in Northern Europe, shares borders with the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland. With over 1,500 islands, its varied landscape comprises rocky beaches, ancient forests, and numerous lakes. Having formerly been part of the Soviet Union, Estonia boasts a rich historical heritage, featuring castles, churches, and hilltop fortresses. The capital, Tallinn, is renowned for its well-preserved Old Town, museums, and the 314-meter-tall Tallinn TV Tower, which offers an observation deck. Tartu, situated in eastern Estonia, is notable for its prestigious 17th-century University of Tartu. The city's old town revolves around the university's neoclassical main building and the bustling Town Hall Square, adorned with the Kissing Students fountain. The modern Science Centre AHHAA features interactive exhibits and a 4D cinema. Additionally, the ruins of Tartu Cathedral, located in the hilltop Toomemägi Park, boast two restored towers with viewing platforms, offering panoramic vistas of the surrounding area. read more read less
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Parnu - Tour
Parnu
₹ 20,700
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Parnu
₹ 20,700
Estonia, situated in Northern Europe, is bordered by the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland. It boasts a diverse landscape, including over 1,500 islands, rocky beaches, ancient forests, and numerous lakes. Having been part of the Soviet Union in the past, Estonia is adorned with castles, churches, and hilltop fortresses. Its capital, Tallinn, is celebrated for its well-preserved Old Town, museums, and the iconic 314-meter-tall Tallinn TV Tower, featuring an observation deck. Pärnu, located in southwestern Estonia, is a renowned resort city overlooking Pärnu Bay. The city is divided by the Pärnu River, with pathways on both banks leading to stone jetties in the bay. Pärnu is famous for its 19th-century timber villas and sandy Pärnu Beach, characterized by its shallow waters and promenade. Nestled behind the beach is Pärnu Beach Park, featuring fountains, trails, and neoclassical spa buildings. read more read less
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Klaipeda - Tour
Klaipeda
₹ 23,450
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Klaipeda
₹ 23,450
Lithuania, officially the Republic of Lithuania, is a nation situated in the Baltic region of Europe, bordered by Latvia, Belarus, Poland, and Russia. It stands as one of the three Baltic states and is positioned along the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea. Klaipėda, a prominent port city in Lithuania, is where the Baltic Sea converges with the Danė River. The city's old town boasts picturesque 18th-century wood-framed buildings, showcasing a distinctive German-style architecture. Theater Square, serving as the primary gathering place, hosts the neoclassical Drama Theater, a cultural hub for performances and events. Within the square, the iconic Taravos Anikė sculpture, erected in 1912, commemorates a local poet and adds to the area's charm. Adding to Klaipėda's allure is the Lithuanian Sea Museum, located along the waterfront within a 19th-century fort. This museum offers captivating maritime exhibits and exhilarating dolphin shows, providing visitors with an immersive experience into Lithuania's rich maritime history and biodiversity. read more read less
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Madeira - Tour
Madeira
₹ 33,900
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Madeira
₹ 33,900
Madeira, an autonomous region of Portugal, is a captivating archipelago consisting of four islands located off the northwest coast of Africa. Renowned for its namesake wine and delightful subtropical climate, Madeira offers visitors a wealth of natural beauty and cultural experiences. The main island of Madeira is characterized by its volcanic origins, lush greenery, and rugged terrain. Dramatic cliffs, pebbly beaches, and charming settlements dot the landscape, with many towns nestled on the deltas of the Fajã River. The capital city, Funchal, serves as the vibrant heart of Madeira. Here, visitors can explore lush botanic gardens, stroll along the picturesque harbor, and marvel at the stunning backdrop of the surrounding mountains. Funchal is also famous for hosting a spectacular New Year's fireworks show, drawing visitors from around the world to celebrate the arrival of the new year in style. In addition to its natural beauty, Madeira offers a range of outdoor activities for adventurous travelers, including hiking along scenic trails, exploring hidden waterfalls, and enjoying water sports along the coastline. Overall, Madeira's blend of stunning landscapes, rich culture, and pleasant climate make it a truly enchanting destination for travelers seeking a unique and memorable experience. read more read less
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Madrid - Tour
Madrid
₹ 34,815
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Madrid
₹ 34,815
Madrid City Hop On Hop Off Tour Madrid, the vibrant capital of Spain, is a city renowned for its elegant boulevards, expansive parks, and rich cultural heritage. One of its most famous green spaces is the Buen Retiro Park, a sprawling oasis in the heart of the city where locals and visitors alike gather to relax and enjoy nature. But perhaps Madrid's greatest claim to fame lies in its impressive art collections, which rival those of any city in Europe. The Prado Museum, one of the world's premier art museums, houses an extensive array of European masterpieces, with works by renowned Spanish artists such as Francisco Goya and Diego Velázquez, as well as other European masters. Visitors to Madrid can immerse themselves in the rich artistic legacy of Spain and Europe as they explore the galleries of the Prado Museum, marveling at iconic paintings and sculptures that span centuries of artistic achievement. From the dramatic brushstrokes of Goya's "The Third of May 1808" to the timeless beauty of Velázquez's "Las Meninas," the Prado offers a comprehensive overview of Spanish art history. In addition to the Prado Museum, Madrid boasts numerous other cultural attractions, including the Reina Sofía Museum, home to Picasso's iconic masterpiece "Guernica," and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, which houses an impressive collection of European art from the Renaissance to the present day. But beyond its cultural treasures, Madrid is also a city of lively street life, vibrant neighborhoods, and delicious cuisine. Visitors can wander through historic plazas, sip coffee at sidewalk cafes, and sample tapas in bustling markets, experiencing the dynamic energy and cosmopolitan flair that define this enchanting city. read more read less
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Prague - Tour
Prague
₹ 34,867
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Prague
₹ 34,867
Prague is the capital city of Czechia (Czech Republic). The country lies at the heart of Central Europe, and is bordered by Austria, Germany, Poland and Slovakia. In the Middle Ages, Prague became the capital of Charles IV's Bohemian Kingdom, with Prague Castle the seat of the empire. The city has played a pivotal role in the region ever since. Prague's epic history has produced a city full of beauty, of stunning Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque era buildings, and of majestic squares.   Prague Castle   In modern times, the statist communist era of the mid-20th century has given way to dynamic capitalism. Tourism has helped drive the city's regeneration, transforming grey run-down buildings into bright elegant restaurants, vibrant bars and swish hotels; a virtuous circle which encourages tourists in even greater numbers to visit Pragu read more read less
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Algarve - Tour
Algarve
₹ 35,000
3 Hours 4 Minutes
Available on request
Algarve
₹ 35,000
The Algarve, located in Portugal's southernmost region, is celebrated for its stunning Atlantic beaches and world-class golf resorts. This coastal paradise is characterized by its picturesque whitewashed fishing villages perched on low cliffs that overlook sandy coves. During the 1960s, the Algarve underwent a transformation, evolving from quaint fishing communities into a bustling tourist destination. Today, the central coast stretching between Lagos and Faro is adorned with an array of accommodations, including villas, hotels, bars, and restaurants, catering to visitors from around the globe. While the central coast is bustling with activity, the Algarve's western Atlantic coast and rugged interior offer a more serene and less developed landscape. Here, travelers can explore pristine beaches, hidden coves, and untouched natural beauty, providing a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of the tourist hotspots. In addition to its breathtaking scenery, the Algarve boasts a mild Mediterranean climate, making it an ideal destination for outdoor activities year-round. From sunbathing and swimming to hiking and exploring charming villages, the Algarve offers something for every type of traveler. Overall, the Algarve's blend of stunning beaches, rich cultural heritage, and diverse landscapes make it a sought-after destination for those seeking relaxation, adventure, and unforgettable experiences along the coast of Portugal. read more read less
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Porto - Tour
Porto
₹ 35,658
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Porto
₹ 35,658
Porto City Tour Half Day Portugal indeed exudes an old-fashioned charm, boasting a wealth of picturesque villages and medieval castles that offer visitors a glimpse into the country's rich history and heritage. Cities like Porto, Faro, and Lisbon are particularly delightful to explore on foot, allowing travelers to immerse themselves in the local culture and ambiance. In Porto, visitors can wander through narrow cobblestone streets lined with colorful buildings adorned with traditional Portuguese tiles. The city's historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is home to iconic landmarks such as the imposing Porto Cathedral and the historic Ribeira district, which sits along the scenic Douro River. Faro, located in the Algarve region, offers a charming mix of old-world charm and modern amenities. The city's pedestrian-friendly streets are perfect for leisurely strolls, with highlights including the charming Old Town, the medieval Faro Cathedral, and the picturesque Marina. Faro also serves as a gateway to the stunning beaches and natural beauty of the Algarve coast. Lisbon, Portugal's vibrant capital, is a treasure trove of historic sites, cultural attractions, and lively neighborhoods. Travelers can explore the narrow alleys of the Alfama district, visit the historic Belém Tower and Jerónimos Monastery, and soak in the lively atmosphere of neighborhoods like Bairro Alto and Chiado. Lisbon's thriving culinary scene, with its array of excellent restaurants serving traditional Portuguese cuisine, is another highlight not to be missed. In addition to their cultural and historical attractions, Porto, Faro, and Lisbon boast vibrant nightlife scenes, with numerous bars, restaurants, and live music venues where visitors can experience the lively rhythm of Portuguese life. Combined with their picturesque neighborhoods and charming plazas, these cities offer an unforgettable experience for travelers exploring Portugal on foot. read more read less
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Málaga - Tour
Málaga
₹ 35,890
3 Nights 4 Days
Available on request
Málaga
₹ 35,890
City Sightseeing Malaga Hop-On Hop-Off Tour Málaga, situated on the southern coast of Spain's Costa del Sol, is a picturesque port city celebrated for its stunning beaches, modern skyline adorned with high-rise hotels, and rich historical heritage. Dominating the city's skyline are two imposing hilltop fortresses, the Alcazaba and the Gibralfaro Castle, which serve as iconic reminders of Málaga's Moorish past. The Alcazaba, an ancient Moorish fortress dating back to the 11th century, boasts impressive defensive walls, beautifully landscaped gardens, and intricate architectural details. Visitors can explore the fortress's labyrinthine passages, admire its well-preserved courtyards, and enjoy panoramic views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea from its elevated vantage point. Adjacent to the Alcazaba stands the Gibralfaro Castle, a medieval fortress constructed in the 14th century atop a hill overlooking Málaga. Although now in ruins, the castle offers visitors a glimpse into its storied past and provides breathtaking vistas of the cityscape and coastline below. Málaga is also home to the striking Renaissance-style Málaga Cathedral, affectionately known as La Manquita or "the one-armed lady" due to the asymmetrical design resulting from the incomplete construction of one of its towers. Despite this architectural quirk, the cathedral remains a masterpiece of Spanish religious architecture, with its ornate facade, impressive interior, and towering ceilings. Beyond its historical landmarks, Málaga boasts a vibrant cultural scene, with numerous museums, galleries, and theaters showcasing the city's artistic and cultural heritage. Visitors can explore the works of renowned artists such as Pablo Picasso, who was born in Málaga, at the Picasso Museum, or stroll through the charming streets of the historic city center, lined with bustling cafes, shops, and tapas bars. With its blend of history, culture, and natural beauty, Málaga offers visitors a truly unforgettable experience on Spain's sunny Costa del Sol. read more read less
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