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Planning a holiday trip? We have asked our members to share with us some of the tips the tourists should know before starting the vacation. Also, we added the best tips for an amazing holidays, with hidden gems that you can’t find on other traveling websites.

Holiday Tour in Russia

Things to know

Russia is well known as a leisure-cultural destination and tourists from all over the world are considering Moscow and St.Petersburg mainly when planning their trip to Russia. But our country, in reality, is much more than that.  What Russia has besides traditional excursion in our two capitals? Beaches – yes, we have nice beaches There are beaches on the Baltic shore (Kaliningrad with the possibility to find Amber stones!) and on the shore of the Black Sea (in the region of Sochi, the capital of Winter Olympic Games in 2014), as well as in the Russian Far East, which also provides excellent opportunities for beach leisure (along with great wishing and crab safari!). Gastronomy Tourism – the most diverse in the world Traditional Russian Cuisine is certainly represented everywhere in the country, but Russia is known for its ethnic diversity, and with that comes unique traditional cuisine from across the globe. This includes Tatarstan, Bashkortostan, Chuvashia, Mordovia, Mari El, Chechnya, Dagestan, Buryatia, Ingushetia, Adygea and more! It’s impossible to visit Russia without trying the national cuisine.

We have great news that surely will make it much easier to plan a trip to Russia shortly:

Electronic visas – from 2021 available for all Russia!

The Russian government has announced a new visa program that will allow international tourists to apply for a visa for Russia online without having to visit an embassy or consulate.The new online visa will allow for more time in the country, likely up to 16 days within 30 days.

Active tours – Elbrus, Altai, Siberia, Kamchatka…

Russia provides excellent opportunities for those who are fond of skiing, those that rival European ones! These include Krasnaya Polyana near Sochi (along Olympic skiing trails), Abzakovo Ski Resort in Bashkiria, Ural mountains and Sheregesh Ski Resort and Priiskoviy Ski Resort with unforgettable powder snow in the South of Western Siberia, and many others.

Russia is real paradise for active tours, starting from climbing the highest mount of the Europe – Elbrus – in the Caucasus, ending with climbing the highest active volcano of Europe-Asia – Klyuchevskaya Sopka – in Kamchatka. With diverse kinds of activity like horse riding, rafting, trekking and hiking, paragliding and jeeping in different regions of Russia as Karelia, Caucasus, Altai, Baikal, Kamchatka and others

MICE – discover the largest venue in Europe!

Russia possesses all the required infrastructure for MICE travel and can handle high-level meetings and events. 

For example, the G20 Forum, the Summits of SCO and BRICS0, the Eastern Economic Forum and the UNWTO General Assembly take place in St. Petersburg.

And, by the way, did you know that the worlds largest media space, holder of two Worlds Guinness Records, Music Media Dome (MMD) is situated in Moscow?) It is just ideal for any kind of concerts, festivals or corporate events.

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Holiday Tour in Romania

Things to know

Romania is a country full of surprises, exciting places, folklore and history.
If you want to visit our country you will need: energy, happiness, passport/identity card and you should change the money in our national currency which is Leu (in English it means Lion). So be a lion yourself and go explore the cities, monasteries, wild forests, mountains and don’t forget about the Danube Delta, the best preserved Delta in Europe.

Also, Romania is one of the best places in the world for 4G speed?

-Did you know that Romanian engineers have successfully contributed to the history of flight? Aurel Vlaicu, Traian Vuia and Henri Coanda played an important role as pioneers in aerodynamics and aviation.
-Romanian is the only Romance language in Eastern Europe closely related to Italian, French, Spanish, Catalan and Portuguese.
-We have 7 Unesco world heritage sites which include: The Danube Delta, the historic centre of Sighisoara, the Churches of Moldavia, the Wooden Churches of Maramures, The villages with fortified churches in Transylvania, The monastery of Horezu and the Dacian Fortresses of the Orastie Mountains.
-We have the largest, heaviest and the most expensive civil administration building of the planet, built by former Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu which is Bucharest’s Place of the Parliament known as the People’s house.
-Romania has the largest population of brown bears in Europe.
-In our country, you will find the largest rock sculpture in Europe, the Statue of Decebalus in Orsova.
-You will find the world’s most beautiful road in the middle of Romania – which is the Transfagarasan highway. The second coolest road in Romania is Transalpina road.

– In Romania you can find one very strange cemetery, the Merry Cemetery which stands our for its colourful high wooden crosses carved in oak and painted with scenes of the deceased’s life, with funny epitaph like:

“Under this heavy cross
Lies my poor mother-in-law
Three more days should she have lived
I would lie, and she would read (this cross).
You, who here are passing by
Not to wake her up please try
Cause’ if she comes back home
She’ll criticise me more.
But I will surely behave
So she’ll not return from the grave.
Stay here, my dear mother-in-law!”
-Others places that you need to visit are: Alba Iulia fortress, Geamana valley, Hiking on mountains, Bran Castle, Peles Castle.
We are here for you to help you explore and discover Romania’s beauty. We will offer transport services, accommodation, and guide any adventure you decide to embark on.

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Holiday Tour in Lithuania

Things to know

Lithuania is a relatively young country which regained independence in 1990. If you are planning a trip and would like to know a little more before you go please read below a list of 5 things that might be unexpected, surprising, or heartwarming when visiting Lithuania.

People Speaks More Than One Language
Most of the People in Lithuania speaks English young and old, however, the older generation will also be able to speak Russian. However, every Lithuanian, no matter their age, will appreciate your attempt to learn a few words of their language. A few Lithuanian words to learn are “Labas”, meaning hello, and “Ačiū” (pronounced ahchoo), meaning thank you.

Lithuania is Part of Schengen
You can use a single Schengen visa to visit all member states as listed in the ‘Schengen Treaty’. Twenty-six European states fall under the Schengen Area, and Lithuania is one of them. Within the Schengen area, there are no customs checks or border controls, so you can easily travel to neighbouring countries of Lithuania by road and without any worries. You can apply for a Schengen visa at any Lithuanian embassy or consulate. Remember that the Schengen visas are short-termed, and you can apply for a longer visa too, which is termed as ‘national’.

Low Prices
Lithuania is a relatively cheap place to visit. It is perfect for those on a budget as the prices of most of the commodities are low in comparison to any other Western European countries. Trains and buses are quite cheap with amazing connectivity across the country. Food and shopping will also be inexpensive as most of the things are available at reasonable prices. The typical cuisine that is found in colder areas like potatoes, berries, mushrooms, etc. are easily available here and costs very little.

Popular Things to Purchase in Lithuania
When visiting Lithuania there are several things that are worth attention and are frequently bought by tourists are black amber, amber neckless, paintings, and clayware. Also, there are several shopping malls, such as Akropolis, Panorama, Ozas, CUP and others, where you could find almost anything.

Spa Procedures
For a very long while, spa medicines in Lithuania have picked up notoriety over the globe. Individuals from varying backgrounds visit Lithuania in light of the mineral-rich springs and mud that are found here. There are a few spas situated on the banks of Niemen, Birstonas, and Druskininkai that offer helpful consideration. Voyagers visit the zone for encountering mud showers, mineral water showers, climatic medicines, and then some. Numerous structures have been changed over to suit the ever-developing requests of spa visitors. The various types of spa medications make Lithuania a much-wanted goal for a recreational break.

All in all, Lithuania is a great place to visit with a lot of sightseeing and full of new experiences.

When looking at what to visit a foreign country you can find plenty of suggestions on what to visit, but sometimes those suggestions do not include low-key locations that are worth as much attention. Here is the list of those places: 

– Home of M. K. Čiurlionis in Vilnius
– The Shrine of Divine Mercy in Vilnius
– Oginskiai Chapel in Vilnius St. John’s Church
– Lukiškės Dominican Monastery Building Ensemble in Vilnius
– Liškiava Church and Monastery Ensemble
– Kaišiadorys Cathedral of the Transfiguration of Christ
– Kaunas City Wall
– Kaunas St. Archangel Michael (Crew) Church

– Bernardine Monastery Ensemble
– Kaunas Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
– Plungė manor estate
– Anykščiai Treetop Walking Path
– Ventė Cape
– The Nemunas delta
– The Kretinga museum

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Holiday Tours in Bulgaria

Our country is welcoming to foreign tourists. Our cities are mostly not too big, so exploring a big part of it can be done on foot in most cases.
Just an example – a few months ago, a few gentlemen from Oostenrijk Group in The Netherlands came to Bulgaria for a leisure trip. We set up a few walking routes for them around the famous sights in the wide city centre for the few days were here.

Our country is small, yet very different from city to city. Its size allows you to visit and explore many different cities in a short time and see for yourself how much it changes from town to town, even if they are 50km apart.

Different areas have different points of interest. For example, in the central part of the country, there are massive fields of the Bulgaria oil-bearing rose.
Its pink colour is very distinct and a lot of tourists from the far east visit our country each year when it’s time for its harvest. The oil that the rose produces has wide usage in cosmetics and medicine.

Other parts of the country, the south-west part, for example, are famous for their mountain ranges, where our ski resorts are located. Apart from them, there are many monasteries – some dating back to the 1000’s (oldest one dates back to the year 344!) and many national parks.

Laws are lenient so you can get away with some things which someone from Western Europe, for example, might not think are legal. That’s a common thing that foreigners share after their visit.

Nightlife is also much more busy and different than in other parts of the world. It’s not uncommon for night clubs to close at 7-8 am and to be somewhat full until that time.

To sum up – Despite being relatively small, our country is a ‘full package’. With many things remaining from its rich history, wide mountains, big summer and winter resorts, busy nightlife it offers something for all tastes.
Not everything is perfect: As in all countries where there are spots with many tourists there is a chance of encountering pickpockets or pushy beggars, but it honestly isn’t too big of a problem. However, if you do get into a situation with them, unfortunately, the police won’t be of too much help, if at all.
Other than that, tourists should follow some general safety tips that they would in a normal situation – don’t walk alone in dark alleys, avoid sketchy neighbourhoods etc. Generally, we have been improving when it comes to small crime in the last 10 years, but it still happens occasionally.

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Holiday Tours in Vietnam

Vietnam is usually very hot in the summer with an average temperature of 30 degrees celsius (85 Fahrenheit) and high humidity especially Hanoi where the temperature could go as high as 42C (108F) with very high humidity (up to 96%). If you want the most pleasurable experience, you should visit between October and March when the weather is cool and more suitable for outside activity. If you choose to visit or have to come for a work trip during this time, always bring with you a bottle of water and a hat. 

Regarding legal advice, participating in prostitution, using drugs, and bringing antiques out of the country is illegal as in most countries. 

The drinking age here is 18 so enjoy yourself if you are from the US.

Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park is one of Vietnam’s best-kept secrets. About 500 km (300 miles) south of Hanoi, this UNESCO World Heritage Site consists of complex limestone caves and an ecosystem of limestone forest that is only partially explored and thought to be amongst the world’s largest. Phong Nha – Ke Bang is also home to Son-Doong, the biggest natural cave in the world. It stretches for over five kilometres (three miles) and reaches heights of 200 meters (650 feet). The main cavern is large enough to house an entire New York City block. This cave is for adventurous travellers who want to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime experience. To reach the cave, you will need trekking and light-climbing experience. For those who want a similar experience to Son Doong but want a less intensive, family-oriented, and more vacation-like experience, there are several other caves and day tours to the park for you to experience.

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Holiday Tours in Greece

Things to know

Greece is well known for its islands! Of course, tourists need to pass 2-3 ds from Athens the capital city…Not to miss the new Acropolis museum! Tip “ From Acropolis Museum you can have the best view of Acropolis ( so no need to visit Acropolis under the sun!) just stay under the a/c of the Museum and on the top floor of the museum you can imagine Acropolis as it was in the past due to virtual reality!

Do not miss to assist at the folklore show of DORA STRATOU ( at the hill of Filopapou ). Professionals dancers from all over Greece that demonstrate dances from the mainland and the islands…Their costumes have been awarded many times… and on the way back to your hotel you need to try greek yoghurt with cherry or quinces sauce ( homemade )..the right closure of a perfect night!

Not to miss a visit to Vrettos Bar (a bar located in Plaka area- )…In Vrettos you can see a live distillery of tsipouro ( greek traditional digestive ) and you can taste tendura or mastiha (local spirits)

Concerning the islands whichever you choose it is the right choice! we have big, small islands, islands well animated and lively and islands where you can be almost alone, islands with rocky beaches and islands with sandy beaches … 

Tip: chose to visit the island you wish by ferry (not plane and not high speed). 

Pay the economy seat, find a seat at the sun deck and enjoy the trip by watching the big blue, the seagulls and why not the dolphins that want to follow your ship and play with it.

Last but not least: do not miss a visit to the museum of traditional local instruments ( located in the Plaka area ). You can admire traditional greek instruments from “ lyra” of ancient Greece till “ mpouzouki “ an instrument of today, major protagonist greek music… and it is for free.

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Holiday Tours in Iceland

One unattested fact about Iceland and the adjective probably most often used to describe it, is that it is unique. The most unique thing about Iceland is its geology, its situation on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and its subsequent geothermal activity and awesome landscapes. But on an island so far removed and geologically isolated from the rest of the world, there are a lot of things unique to Iceland. One of the most cherished defining features of this island is the Icelandic horse.

Don’t call it a pony
The Icelandic horse is definitely short and as a hardy breed, it gains weight easily. In winter it also sports a thick and fluffy coat that makes it seem even shorter and rounder so travellers might be forgiven for mistaking it for a pony. They’re actually not so easily forgiven. The Icelandic horse is a point of great national pride and one of very few faux pas you can make in Iceland is calling these horses ponies. These animals are both trusted servants and cherished friends and at their best, they are glorious and graceful steeds.
If you want to get off the beaten track and visit hidden gems, Reykjavik Excursions tailor-make tours for all kind of groups, large and small, for any occasion. Here are some hidden gems for you to explore:
With so many beautiful attractions in Iceland, it can be hard to pick what unique natural wonder to visit. A proper introduction to Iceland and a great place to start any journey is the Golden Circle, but to help you navigate onwards from there, here are 2 of must-see places in Iceland.

In Southeast Iceland, not far from the village Kirkjubæjarklaustur, is Fjaðrárgljúfur (“the canyon of Fjaðurá”). The beautiful canyon was formed during the Ice Age when the glaciers started melting and dug their way down the palagonite mountain. Today the canyon is up to 100 metres deep.

The canyon has been growing in popularity in the last few years and Justin Bieber’s video to I’ll Show You made it even more popular. The canyon had to be closed for a couple of months this spring, so landowners and the Icelandic Environmental Agency could fix the walking paths and let the area heal because people kept walking outside the paths. As for the name, Fjaðrárgljúfur, we recommend steering clear of trying to pronounce this one. Even Icelanders get tripped up after losing their focus halfway through.


Lakagígar (“craters of mt. Laki”) in Southeast Iceland are a series of volcanic fissures which erupted near the end of the 18th century. The eruption is one of the deadliest in recent history, pouring out around 42 billion tons of basalt lava and clouds of poisonous gas, including hydrofluoric acid and sulfur dioxide. This deadly combination killed about 50% of all livestock in Iceland and 25% of the Icelandic human population. The poisonous gas went into the atmosphere which caused a drop in temperature around the Northern Hemisphere.

Despite its catastrophic history, the area is now known for its breathtaking beauty and a visit is well worth the trip.

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Holiday Tours in the United Kingdom

The UK has a high density of population and everyone, including our children as low as 4 years old, owns a motor car or so it would seem! There are 55million of us on this island which is about the same population as France but in half the land space! Therefore it is busy. We are good logistical organisers so amazingly our transport network does work but always allow yourselves enough time for both the journey and for your visit to whatever attraction it might be. Do not make the mistake of trying to cram too much into a single day – you will fail and get frustrated.

Get out of the City and away from London and try exploring the rest of the country, you will not be disappointed. From Cornwall and Devon in the west right up to the North of Scotland we have a rich and diverse history for you to look at and enjoy plus some fantastic scenery to take in along the way. The English Lake District, Snowdonia in Wales, York with its Viking and Roman heritage plus the wild rugged coast in Northumberland are just a few of the gems to see during a visit to the UK. Everywhere is accessible and no distance too long and our forward-thinking in terms of accessibility means the UK is open to all!

One of the few benefits of global warming is that England now has a thriving domestic wine industry so why not take a wine tour to Kent or Sussex to see English wine, especially our prize-winning sparkling wine being made and enjoy a taster at the end of your trip. We also offer amazing walking and cycling tours off the beaten track and our garden tours, in particular, are hugely popular – we have some of the most amazing gardens in the world and horticulture is the passion of many a Brit! 

Finally, if you think of the UK you often think of English Literature and there are many tours and day excursions which can be undertaken to explore either a particular book or an author. From Shakespeare to JK Rowling there is something for everybody and you can immerse yourself in the history and the life and times of many of the greatest writers to have lived.

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Holiday Tours in France

Certain foreign categories don’t have to have a visa to get in France. It doesn’t mean that these foreign don’t have to fit any conditions :
A valid passport: shall have been issued within the previous 10 years and its validity shall extend at least three months after the intended date of departure
A valid visa: if nationality requires it, the entry is justified by a valid visa deliver by a country from “Shengen”.
Reason for travel: justify it and conditions of the stay (professional or private travel, accommodations receipt, repatriation with the way back ticket, etc.)
Travel expenses: have adequate resources
Health insurance: have insurance to cover medical and hospital expenses for any medical care necessary

Best reasons to visit France:

  • various and attractive landscapes: the longest beaches in Europe & the world largest ski areas. You have all kind of climate from north to south
  • a large historical heritage
  • gastronomy
  • the important volume of leisure facilities
  • ideally located in the heart of Western Europe: entry to Europe
  • capacity to attract customers from an emerging country
  • great value

For most of the tourists, France is resumed by Paris, Loire Valley, South of France and Provence, Normandy and the D-DAY Beaches.

But there are plenty other places of interest to visit in France:

  • West South (Dune du Pilat, Basque Coast,…)
  • National Natural Park (La Vanoise, Les Ecrins, L’Auvergne, L’Aubrac,…)
  • Colorado Provençal in Roussillon
  • Nantes and its Machines de l’Ile
  • Island of Re, Noirmoutier, Oléron for a week of biking
  • Etc etc etc….

Something that you might not know as a tourist in France is the french custom, as salute with kisses or by shaking hands. Also, tips are always included, it is not mandatory (in restaurants, bars, etc)

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Holiday Tours in Switzerland

Tourists should know the prices for hotels, restaurants and public transportation are very high.
In Switzerland, we have 4 official languages (german, french, Italian, rhaeto-romanic)
Switzerland is one of the cleanest countries in the world.

Switzerland offers a lot of small lakes in the mountains, far away from the very known hot spots (Exp. “Lauenensee” next to the famous and luxury place of Gstaad).
In Switzerland it’s a must to visit (and taste) one of the countless chocolate factories (Exp. Camille Bloch)

Holiday Tours in Spain

Spain is one of the world’s leading tourist destination, thanks to our country’s variety of attractions. Among the Spanish fortresses are its excellent natural and above all cultural resources: there are sun and sand, mountains and a range of museums. From sun-drenched archipelagos and bustling urban cities to snowcapped mountains and semi-arid deserts, Spain epitomizes geographical diversity. As the meeting point of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, this vast country offers some of Europe’s most dramatic landscapes, as well as some of its tastiest cuisine.

Spain’s not a small country – there’s no point just visiting Madrid or Barcelona and thinking you’ve seen the whole of Spain… the country is vast and diverse – both in culture and geography. This makes for a truly exciting country to visit, especially if you’re planning a road trip where you can experience so much.

Hidden gems in Spain:

Rural Spain/Mountains:

  • Away from the big cities or tourist areas, there is rural Spain with small towns where keeping a social distance is easy. The mountains of Aragon, the least populated corner of Spain for those who want to get away from it all.
  • Staying in an old palace, castle or monastery in the Paradores network is something different. It is absorbing history and culture. Some are modern buildings but in spectacular locations, such as the new Parador de Costa da Morte, next to a splendid beach in Muxía, in Galicia, the Parador de Jaén or the Congas de Onís.
  • The Principality of Asturias, a region in northwest Spain, is known for its rugged coastline, mountains, religious sites and medieval architecture
  • Cares Trail through the Cantabrian Mountains
  • Pueblos Blancos Route in the Sierra de Grazalema
  • The Picos de Europa is a mountain range extending for about 20 km (12 mi), forming part of the Cantabrian Mountains in northern Spain
  • The Camino de Santiago, known in English as the Way of St. James, is a network of pilgrims ways or pilgrimages leading to the shrine of the apostle Saint James the Great in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia in northwestern Spain, where tradition has it that the remains of the saint are buried. Many follow its routes as a form of spiritual path or retreat for their spiritual growth. It is also popular with hiking and cycling enthusiasts and organized tour groups.
  • Cuenca is a marvellous example of a medieval city, built on the steep sides of a mountain. The many “hanging houses” are built right up to the cliff edge, making Cuenca one of the most striking towns in Spain, a gem in the province of Castilla La Mancha.

Wine Tourism
Spain is one of the world’s great wine producers. Wine tourism in Spain goes way beyond wine tasting. It is an experience that will see you sleeping among vineyards, discovering centuries-old wineries, receiving classes from expert sommeliers. There is always another wine region, as La Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Jerez or Penedes, to discover, talk to passionate producers while strolling through a vineyard.

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Holiday Tours in Malta

Visitors coming to Malta might require a Visa to enter the country. Anyone planning to visit Malta, whether for work or pleasure should check the type of Documents required to enter, making sure that entry is hassle-free whilst avoiding delays- especially if travelling in a group.

Driving in Malta: In Malta, driving is on the left-hand side of the road as is in the UK. Priority on the road is given to any form of public transport which includes school buses.

The Native Maltese language is a source of fascination to both visitors and linguists. The Maltese Language is a Semitic language, the only language written in Latin characters. But do not let this worry you! English, which is also our second language, is widely and fluently spoken and is the language of international business.

Zarb Coaches Ltd operates transport all over the Islands of Malta & Gozo. We can take you to any place your heart desires, be it in a Chauffeur Driven car, Minibus or Coach. We also offer Classic day or half-day tours on Malta & Gozo. If you want us to take you off the beaten track or somewhere with a difference, or would like us to customize your trip, we are here to accommodate you. If you wish to do something with a difference like taking a Jeep ride in Gozo, a Segway ride on the Island of Comino or even a nice relaxing boat trip around the 3 islands, we are more than happy to be of service.
Although the Islands of Malta & Gozo are small when compared to other countries around the world, we still have a couple of places to boast about. One of them is a visit to Malta’s sister island of Gozo, a must! A Gem in its own right, with some hidden extras. Very few, apart from the locals are aware of remote bays such as Dahlet Qorrot and Mgarr ix-Xini amongst others. One cannot forget to mention the crystal-clear waters of Comino’s less renowned bay of St. Mary’s.

Malta – the Main Island itself is a treasure trove.
Starting with the 100-ton gun, built by the British, was the world’s largest muzzle-loading cannon ever to be built, the Coral Lagoon in Mellieha, a dream for divers and swimmers alike. Other highlights are the Valletta subterranean passages that go way back to the days of Valletta’s foundation building, Ghar il-Kbir, a complex of 8 caves where troglodytes have dwelled from approximately 500 A.D. up to the 1830s. The Speranza Chapel, tied to a legend connected to a young girl who hid from the Turks in the underlying cave whilst being pursued, praying to the Virgin Mary to save her and promising her to build a chapel if spared from slavery. Mgiebah Bay in Selmun, offering stunning views of St. Paul’s Islands. Fomm ir-Rih is also great for a relaxing, panoramic walk along the cliffs. In the summer months, one can also experience a dip in the sea.

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Holiday Tours in Belgium

Travellers coming from some other countries need a “Schengen” visa to enter the Belgian border. This is better for the traveller to check this information in the country of origin. When the traveller wants to rent a car he also has to make sure that his driver license will be valid for rentals within Belgium.

Limburg – the hidden gem of Belgium
We have some amazing places in Belgium quite unknown in the travel industry in general and therefore not included in most holiday tours. For example the province of “Limburg”: 2500 km of amazing and very maintained biking and walking trails for young and old. In Limburg, we have the only national park of Belgium called “De Hoge Kempen”. Beautiful and historical cities, villages and sites are; Kinrooi, Maaseik, Tongeren, St.Truiden, Hasselt, Genk, Lommel, De Voerstreek area and 3 country point in Vaals (Belgium, Netherland and Germany). The Maas river gives the province also a special touch… a lot of watersports available! Kinrooi and Maaseik (B) and Maasbracht, Stevenweert (NL) located close to the Maas river which is also the border between Belgium and Netherland have Europe’s biggest “river” yacht harbours (3000 Yachts). Limburg a paradise for shopping as well, Maasmechelen Village, McArturGlen shopping villages etc…. Geographically Limburg is ideally located for travellers arriving by aeroplane in Brussels, Liege, Dusseldorf, Amsterdam, Aachen/Maastricht. The “Limburgers” is well known as the most friendly and helpful Belgians.

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Holiday Tours in Denmark

Almost everyone in Denmark speaks English. We learn it from an early age and hear it a lot growing up. Films and tv shows are only dubbed if meant for children. All other programmes are subtitled.

Spain’s not a small country – there’s no point just visiting Madrid or Barcelona and thinking you’ve seen the whole of Spain… the country is vast and diverse – both in culture and geography. This makes for a truly exciting country to visit, especially if you’re planning a road trip where you can experience so much.

Things to know when visiting Denmark:

  • You can use credit cards almost anywhere and there is usually no required minimum spending. Danes use credit cards to buy gum.
  • Tips are not mandatory in Denmark. Coach drivers’ wages are set following their union so all drivers are paid the same and enough to live off. Tips are reserved for outstanding service. Same goes for restaurants.
  • Watch out for the bikes! In Copenhagen, most people use bicycles are their main form of transportation. The city’s infrastructure supports this as we have dedicated bike lanes between the roads and pavement throughout the capital. Make sure to look of for bikes when you crossroads or board a coach. As bikes are used for transportation rather than leisure, cyclists are usually on their way somewhere and some have very little patience.

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Holiday Tours in Hungary

There are no special regulations in Hungary, compared to the rest of EU. Once a traveller is in the EU, he is welcome in Hungary too. Budapest is friendly even overnight. More and more people speak English, so one can not be lost for long. Assistance is close to getting help or direction.
Hungary, like many other countries, is full of hidden gems, but most of the tourists, groups in particular, have hardly enough time to discover any destination. No time for it, too much to visit in a short stay. So they all concentrate on visiting the major sights.
There are more and more thematic tours organized in Budapest as the primary destination.
Religious tours, thermal baths, party quarter, stag parties, escape rooms, wine tasting, film studios, folklore programmes, street food and fine dining…..
And that is only in Budapest and surroundings. Unfortunately, not many of the visitors have time to spend days around the country, and they miss some amazing places and tradfitions.

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Holiday Tours in Turkey

Under the Law act no. 1618, it is obligatory to book tourism transportation and tours at a Travel Agency with an operation Licence issued by the Ministry of Tourism. A Travel Agency in Turkey is obliged to become a member of the Association of Turkish Travel Agencies. (TURSAB). Group (A) agencies offer and perform all kind of tourism services. In Turkey, customers need to provide their name and passport details to the Travel Agency before the arrival date.
All transfer drivers must be able to produce this information at road checks and traffic controls. This is for ANYONE who books a transfer or tour.

Turkey’s hidden gems
After testing new and unfamiliar destinations in Turkey, in 2020, we are taking our international guests to some of the best off the beaten path spots such as Assos, Urla, and Alacati. The great news is that many of the recently emerging destinations have the same level of accommodations that luxury travellers are accustomed to. All transfer drivers must be able to produce this information at road checks and traffic controls. This is for ANYONE who books a transfer or tour.

Assos is a tranquil Aegean-coast seaside resort situated among ancient ruins with a legacy dating back to the time of Aristotle. Once home to Aristotle, where he set up a philosophy academy thousands of years ago. Assos, now officially named Behramkale, comprises three distinct settlements offering visitors the diverse experience of wandering through a cliff-top village, frolicking through ruins crowned by the Temple of the goddess Athena, taking a dip near the sandy beaches of Kadırga and enjoying a picturesque evening at the old harbour.

Urla is among the closest holiday places to Izmir, is one of the most preferred destinations by local people for holidays. This lovely seaside town is one of the best places for those who want to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and experience culinary highlights of the Aegean cuisine.

Alacati is a sophisticated seaside town, a hidden gem in Turkey that is off-the-beaten-track. Alacati is surrounded by beaches and tons of hip beach clubs. Wandering through the cobblestone streets and checking out the traditional Greek stone houses, tasting best of Turkish Wines at Urla Winery is one of the best things to do in Alacati. Alacati is a member of the World Gourmet Cities Network, where you experience culinary tastings. International Fish Tournament, Windsurf Festival, Fancy Women Bike Ride Festival, Kite Festival, Artichoke Festival, Herb Festival are among the events, activities and attractions to take place annually.
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