WHERE TO GO AT EASTER: TOUR IN EUROPE. LET YOURSELF BE INSPIRED BY THESE DESTINATIONS.
WHERE TO GO AT EASTER: TOUR IN EUROPE
There are several tours in Europe that can be organized, unusual, and far from the classic European capitals, which will surely leave an indelible memory in your memories, for their unique particularity.
A tour of Portugal from north to south. With Porto and Faro the opposite poles of the region. These two cities have had a great tourist growth. Both are distant from around 2.30 from Lisbon . The Algarve area and its beautiful beaches. Sintra A fairy-tale place for the discreet number of aristocratic palaces, castles and dream gardens that have been built over the centuries. Including the famous Palacio de Pena.
Warm weather, perfect for a tour in Andalusia. It starts from Malaga central point on the Costa del Sol to reach then the other important destinations: Seville, Granada, Cordoba which are all about two hours away.
Provence and Marseille
Picturesque towns, turquoise water coves, ponds and picturesque villages. A journey starting from Marseille with its mythical district Le panier and the picturesque port vieux . Move a little further to admire the splendid natural reserves of the Calanques with its transparent turquoise waters. A unique show. Stop in aix en provence , isle sur la sorgue, rousillon with its hamlet and the des ocres path (the french colorado)
Romantic Road Germany
This road crosses the heart of Germany and allows you to lose yourself in the green German countryside and among its castles and medieval villages with half-timbered houses and colorful houses. Places that have inspired the most famous fairy tales of all Europe. From Fussen to Wurzburg , via the castles of Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau, and again Röttingen, Augsburg, Neuburg, the Wieskirche to Steingaden, Dinkelsbühl and Rothenburg ob der Tauber
Alsace is located on the border with Germany and Switzerland
The region is famous for local wines and Colmar is considered the capital of the Alsatian wine world, with its colorful half-timbered houses and flowered balconies. Strasbourg the capital of the French region.
The main town of the Black Forest is Freiburg , the starting point for visiting the entire Baden – Württemberg region . Moving on to Triberg in search of Cuckoo clocks, and the largest in the world.Gutach
The open-air museum of typical houses in the Black Forest with a thatched roof.
Europapark in Rust , when traveling with children is a must: here is the largest and most beautiful amusement park in Germany.
Schluchsee and Titisee , two lakes, also called “the pearls of the Black Forest”, a paradise for sportsmen, in summer and winter.
Baden Baden, famous worldwide for its spa treatments.
Holland and tulip fields
If you have already visited Amsterdam, this tour allows you to discover other beautiful places.
Rotterdam and Utrecht , two cities that represent the different faces of the country, the contrast between old and new. The mills of Kinderdijk, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Keukenhof tulip fields that bloom in April.
Amalfi coast Italy
Mild climate, sea, lunches and dinners on flowery terraces with wonderful views. Passing through Amalfi, Positano, Vietri sul mare, the path of the gods .
Castles of the Loire
There are over 300 castles in this valley and then rural landscapes, forests and pristine forests. Passing through Tours, Amboise. the castles of Chenonceau and Cheverny, Chambord
Hectares of sand, marshes, ponds and rice fields, an immense park of wild and uncontaminated nature. The land of white horses, bulls, pink flamingos. If you stop in Montpellier, you will cross the Camargue region stopping at Arles, Saintes Maries de la Mer , Aigues-Mortes, Le Grand du Roi, La Grande Motte,Avignon and if you have time, reach out to Carcassone.
France côte d’azur
Endless waterfront, walks, dinners on the beach, delightful centers, shopping, bicycles, the smell of baguettes and croissants, sun and sand under your feet. Villages and ports that have inspired the best painters … ..
Starting from Menton , with its colorful houses, and its citron scent, you go along crazy scenic routes passing through ancient villages perched like eze, and the turbie, to pass by the imposing skyscrapers of Monaco , and then continue on its high streets up to reach other well-known localities, such as cagnes sur mer, antibes, juan le pin, Cannes , and then again Continuing through the red landscapes of the Esterel, one reaches the Frejus and then again the mythical Saint Tropez , with its luxurious beaches and treated in detail.
Let me know which tour you like best, which would you choose for the next trip or in which place have you been to these? I’m curious…