Why a Multi-Country Tour of Europe?
Whether you're visiting Europe for the first or the hundredth time the diversity makes it difficult to decide where to go, especially if you're short on time. These 7 to 10 day tours provide you with a flavour of the diverse countries that make up Europe. The starting points vary for your multi-country tour of Europe. Most start in London and travel either to Brussels, Amsterdam, or Paris as the first stop.
Skip London if You Want
If you want to avoid London at the beginning or end of your tour that's no problem. You can join or leave at the hotel in the city where the tour starts or ends. This gives you additional options to extend your stay in those cities. Here at Global Coach Tours we’ve brought together a great selection of the best multi-country tours, Whether it's a budget coach tour with Expat Explore, a mid-range bus tour with CostSaver or Cosmos, a first class tour with Trafalgar, or a luxury tour with Insight Vacations. We have tours to suit every budget.
Most Dates Guaranteed
Pick a guaranteed date to make sure your tour goes exactly to plan. Around 90% of tours operate as planned, but occasionally, some dates do not achieve sufficient numbers to operate and departures get consolidated with the previous or following weeks tour. This may be alright if you are flexible, but if you need to have airfare and other arrangements sorted either side of the tour, we strongly recommend you select a ‘guaranteed date’. Global Coach Tours suggest you book as far in advance as you can to get the best deals. The clockwise route around Europe typically takes you to either Brussels or Amsterdam. Followed by Germany Austria and Switzerland. Venice may also be included. You will then head back to London via Paris for one or two nights. Highlights will include Swiss mountain scenery, a Rhine cruise, glassblowing in Venice, perhaps a gondola ride.
Don't Forget Paris
In Paris, the city of lights, you will enjoy a city tour showing you all the main sites such as the Louvre, Champs Elysees, Notre Dame and the River Seine. On premium tours ascending the Eiffel tower to the second level will be included. Some tours start in London and go first to Paris, whilst others go one way between London and Rome or Paris and Rome. Rome is a great place to start or end a tour and you'll be blown away by St Peter's Basilica, the Spanish Steps, Colosseum and the Trevi Fountain. If a tour visits three or more countries we consider it a multi-country tour. So you will also find some Eastern Europe tours in this section. Then perhaps you will start in Munich or Frankfurt, visiting Prague, Vienna and maybe Budapest. Some tours will take you further south to Croatia and Slovenia, whilst others will head to Poland. There you can visit Warsaw or Krakow, which is the nearest main city to Auschwitz. Wherever you choose, 7 to 10 days spent in Europe might just be the most amazing holiday you've ever taken and will leave you hungry for more. Advanced Search