Travel Through Europe: Where to Go

With so many countries to choose from, it can be hard to know what to do when planning to travel through Europe . From the ancient ruins in Italy and Greece to the gourmet delights of France, luxury travel here is an absolute delight. Lets begin.

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Plan your journey well to take in as many countries and sights as possible and remember that the travel in between countries can be a pleasure too – gazing out across fields full of tulips to distant windmills while traveling first-class in a train is an essential part of seeing Holland and countless scenic train journeys exist across the continent.

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Approaching Europe in a broadly west to east fashion can pay dividends. Starting in Ireland and working through England before embarking on a mainland quest of luxury travel in Europe is a great way to set the pace for your adventure. Keep in mind a few key sights or activities that you want to experience in each country to ensure that you get the best out of each location.

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From Gaudi’s architecture in Catalonia to the rich culture of Kiev’s leading ballet performances, set a pace that takes in key sights while still giving you time to enjoy relaxing on Europe’s fabulous beaches or slowly soaking up the atmosphere with a coffee and cake in a tiny backstreet café.

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When planning what to do in Europe, think about where you would like to finish your travels as well. The majestic Russian city of St Petersburg provides the ultimate destination for the urban explorer, while those who prefer the beach might like to spend the last few days of their European tour basking in the sun of Turkey’s fabulous beaches or exploring the pretty islands that dot its coastline.

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Louise Taylor

Louise is a travel writer with a passion for exploring the unknown. She loves visiting new places and has a particular interest in exploring local cuisine wherever she travels. Louise has lived in the UK and Portugal and is currently considering where to base her next adventure. Follow her travels at http://www.movingtoportugal.org/

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