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12 Epic Europe trips

Whether you want to sample delicious local wines in the lush vineyards of Portugal or lose yourself with a trek through the remote Accursed Mountains of Albania, Europe has something for everyone.
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Best for foodies

Walks and wine tasting in Spain and Portugal

Combine wine, culture and countryside walks on this twelve-day trip from Madrid to Porto. Discover how wine grapes are grown, harvested and pressed at a local vineyard in Peso da Regua and take a boat downstream to view this lush and verdant valley from the water. Glazed blue and white tiles depict the region's most significant historical events on the walls of Pochino train station, and from here we'll retrace the journey of grapes and wine production all the way down the Douro Valley to the city of Porto.
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Cycle Puglia Tour

If you love Italian food and enjoy exploring new places by bike, take a look at our cycling tour to the sun-drenched region of Puglia, in the heel of Italy. Learn about local bread-making in Altamura, cheese-making in Putignano Agri, and wine-making in the fertile vineyards of Locorotondo. Then work off the extra calories with easy-going cycle rides along the wild coastlines of the Adriatic Sea, past cone-shaped Trulli houses and along quiet back roads lined with flourishing olive groves. 
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Moldova Short Break

Moldova may not be the most obvious choice for a European food and drink tour, but its wines were once the top tipple of choice for the Russians and the country was often referred to as the 'Vineyard of the USSR'. Head underground to the tunnels of Milestii Mici Wine Cellar to sample home-grown sparkling wines that are now gaining international appreciation. And, in the city of Chisinau, we'll dine in the hidden yet charming Carpe Diem wine bar to enjoy an array of wines and a sumptuous menu of delicious local foods. 
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Best for culture vultures

Northumberland Coast and Castles Tour

Looking for a European cultural trip close to home? Why not head to Northumberland, in a quiet corner of northeast England. This lesser-visited region is rich in history from the origins of Christianity in England at Lindisfarne Castle guarding the windswept coastline, and old Roman sites dotted amongst remnants of Hadrian's Wall. Travel to the coast to uncover unspoiled natural landscapes and walk along deserted beaches to discover a plethora of interesting wildlife.
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Baltic Capital Cities Tour

Discover countless cultural sights with a trip to the lesser-known eastern European Baltic States of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Ornate Gothic church spires soar over the streets of Vilnius, and ex-military Bastion Tunnels burrow underneath the cylindrical turrets of Tallinn's well-preserved Medieval castles. Head to Riga's Central Market to try locally made sauerkraut and pickled garlic, and soak up the city's relaxed atmosphere with a stroll along the glassy waters of the city's tree-lined canal. 
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Highlights of Croatia Tour

Croatia is adorned with a treasure trove of cultural gems. Head to the UNESCO-restored town of Dubrovnik, also known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, to wander amongst whimsical medieval buildings and along bustling cobbled streets. The ancient courtyards of Diocletian's Palace in Split will transport you back in time to a bygone era and Games of Thrones fans will recognise the mighty Klis Fortress that played host to scenes set in the fictional city Meereen. 
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Best for thrillseekers

Turkey Multi-Activity Holiday

From paddling around deserted bays and craggy inlets to snorkelling in crystalline turquoise water and trekking amongst the mighty peaks of the Taurus Mountains, thrillseekers will never get bored on our multi-activity adventure holiday in Turkey. And you'll also enjoy some downtime too - indulge in delicious fresh seafood in a waterfront tavern, take a relaxing swim in the pristine turquoise waters, and make a toast to fun-filled adventures with new friends as you watch the sun dip over the Mediterranean Sea. 
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Family Tuscany Multi-Activity Adventure

Want to celebrate the end of lockdown with an active family getaway? Head to the rolling hills of Tuscany, Italy, to go canyoning in the Turrite Valley, tree climbing in Buffardello Park and cycling to the peak of Alpe de San Pellegrino. This vast natural playground is a thrillseeker's paradise, and the kids will have endless fun playing in the great outdoors. Plus, if the youngsters still have some energy to spare, they can splash around in the hotel pool in the evening while you recharge and get ready for more fun-filled adventures tomorrow. 
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Family Pyrenees Multi-Activity Adventure

The kids will be grinning from ear to ear throughout this action-packed family adventure holiday in the Pyrenees Mountains. Squeals of excitement reverberate around the rocky canyon of Noguera River as you hurtle down white water rapids, and a fun session of abseiling, jumping and scrambling down the Estaron Canyon will get the adrenalin pumping. After a big day of adventure, take some time to relax in the spa hotel and head into Sort to enjoy a tasty dinner in a local pizzeria.
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Best for wandering wanderlusters

Albania Walking Tour

Hike beyond well-trodden trails with a walking holiday in Albania. The towering Accursed Mountains are home to colourful wildflower meadows and fertile valleys, and quiet back roads will guide you to deserted pastures and alpine forests that feel a world away from fast-paced modern life. Meet local shepherds tending to their herds of hardy sheep and stop for lunch with a local family in the remote mountain village of Theth in the heart of this unspoiled corner of Europe. 
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Self-guided Walking Tour in Madeira

Undulating trails and rocky gullies guide you up the steep hillsides of Pico Ruivo on the Portuguese Island of Madeira. Watch your step as you shuffle along narrow paths suspended on a vertical cliff, and edge your way through dark tunnels. Then, as you break through the clouds, the summit suddenly appears. Standing 1810 metres above sea level, you watch the sun cast a warm glow over the forested valley below and spot the azure-blue Atlantic Ocean glistening in the distance.
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Hiking in the Polish Carpathians

Lose yourself in the vast valley landscapes of the Tatra Mountains on our eight-day moderate-graded Poland Hiking Tour. From the rocky canyon of the UNESCO World Natural Heritage Dunajec Gorge and far-reaching vistas of soaring pinnacles to glacial aquamarine lakes and mighty sheer-drop waterfalls, this lesser-visited area of Europe boasts a plethora of hidden gems and unique walking trails waiting to be discovered. 
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