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Tours which cover 3 European countries in one go

A tri-country European adventure awaits you!

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The sapphire shores of Italy’s Lake Garda during the height of summer – will you end up here?
The sapphire shores of Italy’s Lake Garda during the height of summer – will you end up here?

Europe is home to 44 nations, meaning a trip to the continent often merits an adventure to more than just one country. If you’ve ever wanted to explore coastal Croatia and pop over the border to mountainous Montenegro, or explore both Italy and Germany’s finest lakes, we’ve got that covered! To help you plan your next adventure, we’ve rounded up four of our European tours that offer three countries in one:

Dubrovnik, Montenegro & the Dalmatian Coast

The uniquely historic walled city of Dubrovnik, Croatia.
The uniquely historic walled city of Dubrovnik, Croatia.

Craving some much-needed sunshine? You won’t go without it on this tri-country adventure that covers Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Montenegro. Kick off your journey in Croatia, and bask in the light by the glittering Makarska Riviera. When you’re ready to take things up a notch, soak up the city atmosphere of walled Dubrovnik.

Have a breath of fresh air in Krka National Park, a hidden gem nestled in Dalmatia, and prepare to marvel at southern Europe's largest "fjord", the Bay of Kotor, in sunny southwestern Montenegro.

Prague, Vienna & Budapest

The traditional thermal baths of Budapest are just waiting for you to have a soak.
The traditional thermal baths of Budapest are just waiting for you to have a soak.

Now here’s one for the urbanites! Tick Czech RepublicAustria, and Hungary off your bucket list with this European odyssey.

Stroll to your heart’s content in the awe-inspiring Bohemian capital of the Czech Republic, Prague, and then head to Vienna to see the Ringstrasse buildings and the elegant Hofburg Palace. Wrap up your trip with a stop in exciting Budapest, take a relaxing soak in the city’s famous thermal baths and see the metropolis from an unforgettable Danube river cruise.

Helsinki, Tallinn & Riga

The vibrant streets of Riga, Latvia.
The vibrant streets of Riga, Latvia.

Live it up with seven nights' bed and breakfast accommodation at a collection of four-star hotels in FinlandEstonia, and Latvia. This hat trick of eccentric Baltic capital cities offers a glimpse into the rich history of each country as well as all the charms of modern life including award-winning cuisine. 

A real highlight of the journey is the scenic route along Estonia’s charming coastline towards Latvia’s cosmopolitan capital, Riga.

Oberammergau & Lake Garda 

A quaint village at the foot of The Dolomites, Italy.
A quaint village at the foot of The Dolomites, Italy.

If you’ve always considered yourself to be a lover of the finer things in life, book a spot on our Oberammergau tour. You’ll spend two magical nights in the heart of Austrian Tyrol, exploring the Tyrolean capital, Innsbruck and the city made famous by The Sound of Music, Salzburg. 

Continue through into the striking Bavarian Alps to Germany’s Oberammergau where you'll take your seat as the story of Christ's Passion unfolds on the incredible open-air stage. Over 1500 villagers will perform the ultimate hat trick: acting, singing or playing in the orchestra.

And the culture doesn’t end here. Cross through the stunningly green Brenner Pass into Italy and explore the quaint villages perched amidst the Dolomites and explore the idyllic Lake Garda and the home of Romeo and Juliet, Verona.

Serena is a writer based in London. Born in Malaysia and raised in Australia, she calls the UK home despite only recently acclimatising to the dearth of sunshine. Her writing has appeared in The Independent, Business Insider, South China Morning Post, i-D, Refinery29, Glamour, Vox, Metro, ELLE, Harper’s Bazaar, and Cosmopolitan. She has also published a book of aerial photography: How Women See The World. Throughout her decade-long career, Serena has told the stories of Arctic explorers, human rights activists, award-winning chefs, refugees, and the UK’s last lighthouse keepers.

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