When you think Europe, you immediately begin imagining yourself among the magnificent architecture, vibrant streets, spectacular mountains and soul-stirring art galleries. Then of course there is chocolate, cheese, beer, vodka and a zillion other temptations.

From the serenity of Switzerland to the romance of Paris, here’s all you need to know about the best places to visit during your Europe travel and things to do in Europe on your next holiday.

Travel Destination Europe is best to be visited between the between the months of May to September, these are the summer months and are perfect for sightseeing. The maximum temperature during this time is around 30 degrees Celsius. November to March are the winter months, marked by snowfall in several places. The minimum temperature during this time is around 1 degree Celsius. Even though footfall to the UK falls during the winter months, it is a great time to enjoy the place all to yourself.

Europe tour is a kind of luxurious travel. If you finalize on a Europe Tour then hold on , try not to give in to the urge of seeing just the Eiffel Tower, London Bridge, or gondolas in Venice.

Make your 2018 holiday all about these hot offbeat destinations in Europe. Lose the crowd, give in, and stay mesmerised.

Europe tour makes a mark in your mind with its history, architecture, leisurely strolls through parks, and unhurried lunches at sidewalk cafes and restaurants .Along with the regular travel destinations in Europe. Tourists can enjoy the destinations which are up and coming. These Europe travel destinations are unique and kind of virgin destinations which mesmerize and surely will give a new meaning to Your Europe travel.

A few destinations that will make a difference in the way you tour Europe are


Belgrade has a little something for everyone. Tourists can spend hours enjoying the sights around the Danube and Sava Rivers, During the Europe tour set aside a day to visit the Belgrade Fortress, or admire the Serbian-Byzantine architecture of St. Sava Temple and Crkva Svetoga Marka.

Travellers to Europe can spend time to learn a thing or two about the legacy of Tesla, the greatest inventor that walked the earth, at the Nikola Tesla Museum. Then walk out into Knez Mihailova. This is the most beautiful pedestrian street around, lined with charming buildings with shops, bookstores, and restaurants housed in them. Your day tour can end at Skadarlija, the vintage street, to experience the bohemian side to this cute little city, as well as its nightlife.

Giethoorn, Netherlands

A beautiful town in itself .It is mostly referred to as the Venice of the North; Giethoorn is a tiny town in the province of Overijssel in the east of the Netherlands. The city has no roads at all, only a series of canals and wooden walking bridges.

Ah!, how like Venice, you’d say. But when you travel to this place you will wonder that, Giethoorn, despite the similarity, stands apart in its unique design. Most houses in the town sit on picturesque islands of their own. European Tourists can go around the town in a canoe, what they call the “whisper boats”, and savour the sights around them. Later, one can head to one of the quaint little cafes and restaurants in the town for a sumptuous bite of their authentic cuisines.

Zadar, Croaur

Europe tour is incomplete without a visit to this tiny town on the north of Dalmatian Coast; Zadar is a relatively undiscovered part of Croatia.

The town, with a fascinating slice of history, is paved with white marble stones and straight streets that were first laid out by the Romans, back when the town was conquered by them. To feel the roman influence during your Europe tour a visit to Zadar is a you will see many Roman influences around. Besides architectural highlights like the Roman ruins and the Franciscan Monastery and Church, 

Zadar is famous for its sound and light spectacle, the Sea Organ, which transforms the sounds of the waves into melody, and the Greeting to the Sun, a circle of glass that captures daylight and emits it during night.

Kuldiga, Latvia

Destination Europe invites you to visit this little town in western Latvia and get transported to the 17th century. With a history that dates back to the 13th century, Kuldiga (or Goldingen) is a perfectly preserved medieval town, where romance is mere sigh away! So trot along on your Europe tour on cobblestoned streets, gaze in wonder at the beautiful buildings that you pass by, and walk past mesmerising waterfalls.  

The travel calls for a visit to Ventas Rumba—the widest waterfall in the world at 240 meters width and 2 meters height—on the Venta River. The visit to Latvia can sublime with a stroll on the old Brick Bridge, and watching time stand still.

Roquefort, France

French perfumes and contrary are the pungent blue cheese. Europe travel holds extremes together. The urban France and rural France are categorized this way. Well, that’s because Roquefort Village is where Roquefort cheese, the king of blue cheeses, matures. During your Europe tour make a plan to take a trip to one of the underground maturing cellars here—formed when the Combalou Mountain collapsed, miraculously leaving behind a cave with natural passageways in it for air to circulate. Help yourself to samples of this pungent delight, as you learn about the legend of how the Roquefort cheese was invented. After you’ve had your fill, walk it all off along the Ladder, Menhir, or Trumpet Trails.

So if France is on your wish list, then enjoy the extremes of  Paris and touch upon the charming little village of Roquefort, with a million aromas in the air.

Apart from the destinations mentioned above which are untouched, less explored in Europe considered as new and virgin,there are places which can yet be explored on the Europe Tour.

Europe tour can be made easy on pockets as Europe tour might easily be the most ‘vacation friendly’ travel plan on Earth but it is also among the most expensive, especially for Indian travellers. Don’t let that deter you though. Here are some incredibly fun things you can do in Europe tour without spending a penny. 

Destination Europe boasts some of the most jaw dropping architecture and hence millions from across the world flock to these iconic landmarks. Well the good news is that not all of them charge an admission fee. Pantheon in Rome, St. Peter’s Basillica in Vatican City, The Berlin Wall in Germany, Gellért Hill Cave in Budapest, Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, and Charles Bridge in Prague can all be enjoyed for free.

Take Advantage of Unrestrained Entry to Some of the Best European Festivals.

While on a Europe tour be an European.

Europeans love to party and each country celebrates its culture in a unique way. Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, Siena Horse Race in Italy, Rhine in Flames at Germany, Tomatina in Spain and Wife-Carrying World Championship in Finland are free to attend amongst many other local fests. Most of these fests are organised during summers, so holidays to Europe can be planned accordingly.

Explore the Beautiful Gardens without a Ticket

Europe tour enthrals its tourist by the breath-taking view of its stunning gardens.

Gardens in Europe symbolise architectural brilliance and classical virtues of their native era. Some even offer a free entry! The Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo features 212 bronze and granite sculptures, all created by Gustav Vigeland. In Austria,one can drop around to see the Schonbrunn Gardens of Vienna. In Berlin,one can stroll through the stunning gardens of Charlottenburg Palace, which is the largest in the city and the only Royal Residency. IWhile on a tour to Paris one can visit the beautiful ‘Jardin du Luxembourg’ which was created by Marie de Medici in 1612, and the ‘Parc des Buttes-Chaumont’, which is the 5th largest park of the city.

Visits to the Exquisite Museums

Destination Europe gives the feel of the yesteryears. Europe travel come with the package not to forget visit to several museums .These museums offer free admission to art lovers.

Madrid offers free entry at Bullfighting Museum and Spain’s national museum ‘The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia’, which contains 20th century art also offers free entry. Visit the War Museum at Athens in Greece, and stroll across the Seine, Cathedrale Notre Dame de Paris and Eiffel Tower in Paris—all of which require no tickets.

Walk Through the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin

Brandenburg is where the Berlin wall first fell in 1989. Therefore any visit to Berlin is incomplete without a trip here. In fact, you can walk through the gate free of cost, and visit the Holocaust Memorial Close to the Brandenburg Gate. Also visit the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe and the Memorial to Homosexuals Persecuted under Nazism. While you are in Berlin, you can take a free walking tour which operates on a donation basis. Europe travel gives you a feel good factor at times.

Don’t Miss the Chance to Sample Free Food in Europe

While travelling Europe on a holiday, you can sample cheese with wine and chow down some delightful free food at many European restaurants. Most bars across Milan give complimentary finger food when you buy a drink. Le Biciclette and Bar Brera are famous for offering free food bonanzas. Likewise, you get traditional ‘Tapas’ with your drinks in Spain, Of course, you will have to pay for your drinks, but the tasty tapas are quite filling if you don’t want to splurge on a full meal. At  Flamenco bar, you also get to enjoy the enchanting dance performances for free.

Soak up the Sun on the Free-for-All Beaches

European holiday and beaches make a perfect combination. You are spoilt for beachfront choices when you are visiting a continent that is bordered by the Arctic Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. The summer sun is mild and you can swim and surf all day at some of the world’s best beaches for no cost at all.

Bars That Offer Free Drinks—Yes, They Are a Thing!

Visit Dublin, during Europe tour for sure as all first-time visitors are invited to have a free drink, and chat with a local as a welcome gesture to the country. As a matter of fact, ‘Viniportugal’, offers free glasses between 11 a.m to 7 p.m to promote Portuguese wines. In Berlin, you need to check out the ‘pay-what-you-want’ wine bars. Here’s how they do it—grab a glass, refill it as many times as you like, and in the end, pay whatever you think is fair. A great bargain indeed!

Your own Graffiti at The Lennon Wall

As a tourist make sure Prague is in your list while on your Europe travel. In Prague, The Lennon Wall is an interesting panel of public art that originally began as resistance to the communist rule. It’s ever changing with innumerable messages of love and peace. If there’s a message you want to spread, this is the best canvas.

Attend a Free Concert

Europe travel gives you ample opportunity to be a part of the most looked for operas and concerts, which require bookings but we have a way to work around that. In Amsterdam, you can watch a free show at the Boekmanzaal Opera House and the Concertgebouw. It’s a great way to catch some classical performances without having to pay a cent. In Berlin, you should attend the Chamber Concert at lunchtime.

Europe on the whole is a continent booming with endless opportunities for travellers. There’s always something more, like the ‘changing of the guard ceremony’ in Warsaw, La Rambla and La Boqueria Market in Barcelona, and the tile tour in Portugal, which is famous for its painted ceramic tiles. None of these cost a dime, yet they are the most incredible freebies you will ever experience.

Clubbing most sought after destinations in Europe and opting for holiday packages that offer the best combinations can make Europe travel more interesting, fulfilled and memorable.