Dreaming about summer in Europe next year? You start the planning process and come to halt: to tour or not to tour? It’s a question many of us ask ourselves when planning a holiday overseas.
There are benefits to a DIY holiday, of course, but compare both options in detail and you’ll find touring can offer an unmatched experience. Exciting itinerary, dedicated free time, knowledgeable tour director, bundled costs, endless inclusions and the list goes on. Better yet, book in advance and you can save with earlybird deals for the following year’s departures.
On a tour, you’ll travel stress-free between cities on a private air-conditioned coach, so no need to worry about driving on the opposite side of the road! Stop at points of interest for exclusive commentary from your tour guide and once you’re back on the road, upload your photos via the complimentary Wi-Fi, or read up on your next stop.
All your accommodation is arranged for you, so after a good night's rest, wake up to an included breakfast before meeting up with your new friends for a full day of exploration. Perhaps today you’ll be admiring the fascinating sights of Seville on foot, or be treated to a 4WD adventure in Erfoud, where you can sip mint tea and watch the sunset in the heart of the Sahara. Those seeking more adventures can sign up to a range of optional activities such as a flamenco show before a farewell dinner of paella.
Before you know it, the planning cycle has begun yet again.
Take a look at the popular Spain, Portugal & Morocco tour from Globus, as an example, versus planning your own holiday to these countries.