Travel Talk Europe tours offer a complete experience covering many famed hotspots as well as the less-travelled favourites including Italy, Germany, Netherlands, Bulgaria, Hungary, Austria, Slovakia and Czech Republic. Discover Europe East to West – or West to East with premium 10 to 14-day trips or extend your adventure to 16 days with breath-taking Europe & Balkans combo tours. Explore some of the most impressive capitals, each one a flagship of a unique culture hundreds of years old, and have a taste of real Europe in comfort and style. Europe trips combine world-famous cities, incredible nature and endless fun with quality accommodation and transportation.
Amsterdam is one of the greatest small cities in the world. From Amsterdam canals to world-famous Amsterdam museums.
Summer roof terraces and beach bars, winter Christmas markets and sightseeing and museums at any time of the year.
As one of the most popular mini-break destinations in Europe, Prague is weighed down with an abundance of souvenir shops and markets.
Austria’s capital offers a unique blend of imperial traditions and stunning modern architecture.
Its unique history, attractive sights, rich cultural life, excellent local gastronomy, quality wine make Bratislava an ideal city.
Welcome to Budapest, a city split down the middle by the Danube River into two towns, each complete with its own distinct personality.
Belgrade is the capital and largest city of the southeast European country of Serbia.
Sofia is the capital and largest city of Bulgaria.ıt has rich history from Roman and Ottoman Empires.
Rome is like an open-air museum, which is hard to imagine until you’re there, but everywhere you look are sculptures, beautiful villas.
The squares in Florence are the beautiful breathing places of the city. These great squares are flanked by amazing palaces and churches.
There is no other city like Venice. It has 180 canals and 450 bridges connecting 118 small islands and magnificent buildings
We all know about the Leaning Tower of Pisa, but do you know why it is leaning? How does it manage to still stand after centuries.