The intersection of past and present is where these magical European itineraries begin. Get inspired and go.
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This Icelandic cruise circles the entire island—beginning and ending in Reykjavik—and takes you to majestic fjords, small fishing villages, and craggy volcanic islands.
This customizable five-day journey explores Switzerland’s German-speaking Bern region, with stops in Gstaad, Interlaken, and the Jungfrau and Adelboden-Lenk-Kandersteg regions, to experience fairytale charm, natural wonder—and Fondue Backpacking.
This customizable five-day journey explores Switzerland’s French-speaking Vaud region, with stays in the resort towns of Lausanne and Montreux to enjoy the stunning mountain and lake scenery.
This customizable six-day journey by rail visits Zurich, Zermatt, and St. Moritz, with the chance to explore elegant cities, enjoy breathtaking views, and relax in luxury along the way.
This six-day itinerary is a playful exploration of Belgium with stops in Brussels, Ostend, and Liège.
This eight-day cruise on the Danube stops in four different countries and must-visit cities like Vienna, Bratislava, and Budapest, along with smaller towns.
Feast on impeccable Italian fare and world-class wines as you savor your way through the famed Tuscan and lesser-known Umbrian regions of central Italy.
This nine-day itinerary covers many of the highlights of West Sweden, from its coast to its interior.
This seven-day trip to Iceland includes hikes, yoga and meditation sessions, and visits to some of Iceland’s most famous sights.
This eight-day itinerary to England and France focuses on the countries’ capitals, London and Paris, with day trips to Windsor and Versailles.
In a city so dazzling it can be daunting, here’s a sampler of both Parisian classics and recent additions that will leave you wanting more.
Whatever your passions—art, architecture, history, music—Austria’s capital will surprise and delight you.
This 14-day itinerary focuses on the natural beauty of Stockholm, its archipelago, and the far north of Sweden in Lapland.
Beginning in Rome and ending in Barcelona, this trip includes calls to ports on the French and Italian Rivieras.
This five-day trip through the southern Swedish regions of Småland and Skåne includes an opportunity to join in a very Swedish tradition, a crayfish party.
This six-day, food-focused itinerary hits some of Belgium’s culinary highlights in Brussels and Bruges.
Travel to Sweden's far north, Swedish Lapland, on this five-day itinerary that includes opportunities to experience both the midnight sun and Midsummer celebrations.
A five-day trip to Stockholm and its archipelago at the height of summer includes opportunities to join in one of Sweden's most festive celebrations, Midsommar.
This five-day itinerary to Gothenburg and western Sweden includes some of the region's natural and culinary (especially its langoustines) highlights.
Swimming, picknicking, and more ways to enjoy the natural beauty of Sweden in this 7-day trip to its capital city and nearby islands.
This eight-day trip to Gothenburg includes the city’s cultural, culinary, and shopping highlights, along with three days dedicated to nearby islands.
This 13-day culinary tour of Sweden includes both the simple and the celebrated restaurants and markets of Stockholm, Malmö, Gothenburg, and West Sweden.
This eight-day itinerary starts and ends in two of Italy’s most fascinating cities, Rome and Venice, with stops in Umbria and Tuscany en route.
This cruise along France’s Rhône river follows the stretch from Arles to Lyon, and also includes a visit to the charming village of Beaune.
This 9-day itinerary calls at the highlights of five Eastern European countries: Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Romania.
This 8-day cruise on the Danube includes stops in four countries—Germany, Austria, Slovakia, and Hungary—and at some of Europe’s most enchanting towns and cities
From Rome and Portofino to Cannes and Monte Carlo, revel in the glitz and glamour of the Rivieras as you explore some the world’s most famous ports.
This seven-day itinerary to Belgium includes its culinary, cultural, and historic highlights with stops in Antwerp, Bruges, Brussels, and Ghent.
This packed, four-day itinerary to Belgium steers you to iconic highlights of the country’s two largest cities, Brussels and Antwerp.
Scout your way through Scotland on this seven-day itinerary that takes you along the film trail and to bustling Edinburgh and Glasgow, ancient castles, pristine glens, and storybook villages.
Indulge yourself on this five-day itinerary that takes you from Edinburgh’s 16th-century home of Mary, Queen of Scots and horseback riding at the 850-acre Gleneagles Estate to your luxury suite in a 17th-century castle turned luxury hotel.
Explore Scotland’s most inspiring masterpieces on this four-day itinerary that takes you from Glasgow’s street murals and Kelvingrove Art Gallery to the mind-blowing V&A in Dundee, the UNESCO City of Design.
This itinerary to northwestern Hungary includes two of the country’s most charming towns, Sopron and Kőszeg.
A journey to Hungary’s Tokaj region focuses on both its Jewish heritage and its famous wines.
The Matterhorn, the Black Forest, and the postcard-perfect Alpine town of Hallstatt are some of the must-see stops on this journey through the Alps.