Unforgettable Car Tours to Continental Europe

There are many organised car tours to Continental Europe with virtually countless itineraries and destinations. Some of the most popular and scenic ones include:

Monaco and Provence

Even though it is the second smallest country in the world after Vatican, Monaco offers plenty to see and experience, especially if you plan your visit during the Formula 1 Grand Prix. But if you miss the prestigious Formula 1 race, don’t worry. There is something for just about any taste all year round. It is also always a good time to visit the beautiful French region of Provence but we recommend you to make the trip when the lavender is in full bloom.

Florence and Tuscany

Tuscany and its capital of Florence will charm you with scening rolling hills, Renaissance masterpieces, delicious food and wine,… As many other prime destinations, it is always a good time to visit Florence and Tuscany. But keep in mind that summers can be very hot. So if you can’t stand the heat, you are recommended to plan your visit in spring, late summer and early autumn.

Honfleur and Loire Valley

One of the favourite destinations for car tours, the lovely Honfleur and Loire Valley offer an unforgettable experience for all ages and interests. Honfleur is a very popular stop for British drivers due to its unique charm that inspired so many great artists including Claude Monet, Eugene Boudin and Gustave Courbet, to mention only a few. The ‘Cradle of the French’ as the Loire Valley is often referred to, on the other hand, attracts a growing number of visitors from around the world with its scenic landscape, spectacular chateaus, historic towns, unique culture and some of the world’s finest wines.

Amsterdam, Windmills and Tulips

The capital of the Netherlands is famous for its strong bicycle culture. So if you really want to experience the city’s unique lifestyle and people, you are recommended to park your vehicle and explore the city centre by bicycle. Many travellers prefer to visit Amsterdam and the surrounding region in spring when you can also see the spectacular fields of colourful tulips.

Barcelona and Catalonia

Home to the greatest masterpieces of Antoni Gaudi, Barcelona is also home to a number of other world-class attractions such as the Palau de la Musica Catalana, Barcelona Cathedral, Santa Maria del Pi, National Museum of Art of Catalonia, the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, Picasso Museum, Fundacio Joan Miro, etc. And if that’s not enough, there us much, much more to see and experience nearby.