When it comes to discovering quaint villages and exploring natural landscapes, sometimes the best way to go is by foot. Walking Tours are a great way to stay active while traveling and also give you the chance to find a new perspective on your destination. Read on to see how your favorite scenery can help you pick where to travel next.
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Green landscapes, you’ll love the Dingle Peninsula, located on the western tip of Ireland. Rugged terrain, natural beauty and rich culture—it lies within a Gaeltacht, or Irish-speaking region—make this spot a must-visit for any adventurous walker.
Fragrant fields, head to Provence in the summertime. Lavender blooms in this picturesque region of France from June through August each year, boasting beautiful, vibrant colors and filling the air with sweet smells.
Cliffside views, try the Path of the Gods walk on Italy’s Amalfi Coast. This hike is not for those with a fear of heights—this winding mountaintop route is at least 1,400 feet above sea level—but the vistas it offers are worth every step. See for yourself why this walk is a traveler favorite with these amazing shots captured by Jimmy, our photographer on tour.
Mediterranean scenery, Costa Brava—the “Rugged Coast” in northeastern Spain—is calling your name. Here, you can explore fishing villages, tranquil coves and medieval cobbled streets as you stroll through the towns of Begur and Pals.
Which part of Europe would you like to discover on a Walking Tour? Chime in with your comments below.