We’ve heard it over and over again: “If you love Italy, you’ll LOVE Croatia!”
An amazing blend of Italian and Eastern European inspirations, complete with old cobblestone streets and seaside promenades, Croatia’s coastline is one of the most beautiful in all of Europe.
We’re basing ourselves in Split, the country’s second largest city, with its amazing 4th century Roman structure known as Diocletian’s Palace.
Whether you explore the nearby islands (one has one of the oldest towns in all of Europe) or sip coffee all afternoon on the local’s favorite seaside promenade, it’s going to be a rich, gorgeous, extraordinary experience.
Quebec City boasts a 4.6-km (2.8-mi.) fortress, the plains where the country’s destiny was played out and the world’s most photographed hotel—the majestic Château Frontenac… A fortified city that’s open to the world. The city of Québec lets you bask in old-European charm in a modern setting.
A historic city famous for its beautiful stone façades and fine wines, Bordeaux also attracts visitors with its dynamic urban environment, its gastronomy and vibrant cultural life. A destination where a gentler way of life and eco-responsibility permeates every facet of the city. Far from resting on its laurels, Bordeaux, which has just been named European capital of smart tourism 2022, is constantly renewing itself and brims with a benign energy that delights inhabitants and visitors alike.
When on a trip to Seville, you will see a diverse range of highlights, sights and tourist attractions. Such highlights and landmarks include the sightseeing of the historic city centre with Moorish influences, the royal palace Real Alcazar and the large cathedral with the Giralda tower. In addition, the famous Plaza de España, the green parks and the delicious tapas make Seville in Andalusia one of the most beautiful cities in Spain.