It's time to visit the Old Continent, home of the royal family and one of the Seven Wonders of the World; The Colosseum in Italy, Europe, is one of the most visited continents in the world. With a population of 748 million, more than 200 languages are spoken in Europe. The world's second-smallest continent, Europe, comprises peninsulas west of Eurasia and accounts for about fifteen per cent of the world's total land area.
Divided into three distinct regions—Western Europe, Central Europe, and Eastern Europe—each is more attractive to tourists. With the Scottish Highlands in the northern part, the Hungarian Plains in the southern part, the mountains in Central Europe, and the Highlands in the southern region, the continent's fascination doubles with its diverse geographical division.
You can start your day in blissful Italy, where you head to Rome. The afternoon can be spent in quiet London where you have the London Eye, St. Paul's Cathedral, some of its beautiful tourist attractions waiting to welcome you. Spend the night in Paris by the Seine River and enjoy a starry night just below the Eiffel Tower.
So, are you the kind of person who is waiting to fulfil their lifelong dream of travelling to Europe but has cold feet? Well then, we're here to hold your hand and give you the courage to walk down the aisle of Europe. Let's explore all the great reasons to pack and book tickets to Europe.
Due to Europe's location in the Northern Hemisphere, it is popularly known as the Peninsula of Peninsulas. It is a combination of peninsulas and islands rather than large landmasses. With the continent's terrain and topography changing from one region to another, you will witness some scenic places when visiting Europe. Water bodies such as the Black Sea, the Caspian Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, the Arctic Ocean, and the Atlantic Ocean surround this continent. Its geography can be divided into seven regions- the Scandinavian region comprising Norway, Iceland, Finland, Denmark, and Sweden, and the British Isles, including the United Kingdom and Ireland. Central Europe covers Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Liechtenstein. The other regions are Western, Eastern, Southern, and South-Eastern Europe. You will find several popular tourist destinations in France, Belgium, Spain, the Netherlands, Italy, and Monaco. Croatia, known for its scenic beauty, was featured as a backdrop in Game of Thrones. The continent is separated from Asia in the east through the Aegean and the Black Sea. Europe's notable highlands include the Black Forest, Vosges, and Ardennes in Germany, France, and Belgium, respectively, and the Scottish highlands. Central Europe is home to some of the most prominent national parks. Our tour packages are designed to offer the best travel experience. We combine the richness of delightful terrains with a variety of cuisines and comforts.
Europe experiences a range of climatic conditions owing to its starkly different geography. Europe is vast, and each country has its seasons. Generally, however, the peak tourist season is from June to August. Long sunny days, mild climates in Northern Europe, and warm temperatures in Southern Europe often attract the most tourists in a year. Book early during this season, as prices go up. You may need to research the country you plan to visit to confirm general weather patterns. So choose the best time to visit Europe wisely.