We have handpicked some of the most comprehensive tours for under $1000 each that will allow you to get the most out of your money and see the most attractions. Enjoy!
If you want a true ‘taste of Italy‘, you will need about 8 days to fully explore the country’s best landmarks. Start in Rome as a local host will give you all the insider info on the most famous Roman landmarks. Travel back in time with a visit to the Colosseum and Roman Forum, then enjoy the piety and beauty of the Vatican City with a visit to the the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museums. Then its onto to the water city of Venice, followed by Florence and Pisa.
Of course no Italian tour is complete without visiting the peaceful, green hills of Tuscany – the capital of Chianti wine. After enjoying some select tastings, head out to Cinque Terre before returning to Rome. If you want more time on the Amalfi Coast, which includes the city of Sorrento and island of Capri, consider taking a short tour from Rome.
Experience the best of Spain in 7-days as you depart from Madrid and head to Cordoba and Seville, two cities heavily influenced by Christian, Jewish, and Muslim cultures. After enjoying the beauty of the Mosque-Cathedral and Plaza de Espana, you’ll be welcomed into Granada, a city known for its lavish flamenco shows. From here you’ll begin your 3 day trip back to Madrid, enjoying the culturally rich city of Valencia, Barcelona, and Zaragoza along the way.
Tour all the famous sights with our 4 day Paris and Environs Tour, including the Champs Elysees, Notre Dame Cathedral, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower and the Palace of Versailles.
If you wish to explore more of France, depart from Paris and take a few days to see more jewels of France. Visit the Normandy Beaches and see the breathtaking monastery Mont St. Michel. Lastly, visit the beautiful Loire Valley before you make your way back to Paris.
5. Great Britain
Everyone wants to go to London, but once you have seen all there is to see in London, perhaps you would like to explore Great Britain as a whole?
Departing from London, visit Cambridge and Yorkshire and the lands in between where countless historical battles have taken place. Next you will visit the cultural capital of Scotland, Edinburgh, and from there travel north to the Scottish Highlands to visit Loch Ness. As you travel through Wales you’ll pass through Liverpool, Stratford and Cardiff on your way to Bath and one of the world’s greatest mysteries: Stonehenge.
A 7-day adventure through Ireland gives you plenty of time to experience the lush, green Irish coast. Departing from Dublin, take in the rich and conflicted history as you pass famous battle sites and graveyards. Visit St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the famous Blarney Stone of Eloquence, and the Lakes of Killarney. Even spend an evening in a traditional Irish evening with dinner, wine, and entertainment.
6. Central Europe: Prague – Vienna – Budapest
Get a great taste of Eastern Europe in 8-days as you head from Germany to Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Austria! You’ll start in Munich where you’ll have some time to acquaint yourself with this German city before heading to the art cover town of Oberammergau and spending time in Innsbruck, your first step into Austria. From here you’ll head to Salzburg, famously known as the capital of the Sound of Music, before arriving in Vienna, the true European capital of art.
Following Vienna you will have two days in Budapest, the Hungarian capital where you’ll see Buda Castle, Hero’s Square, and the Royal Castle. Finish up the last stretch of the trip with two days in Prague and visit to the historic city of Nuremberg, followed by a chilling visit to the Dachau Concentration Camp. Complete this central European tour back in Munich.