It’s always exciting to visit a destination for the first time, but there are a few places we just keep coming back to. Turns out, it’s not just us—these itineraries are constantly popping up as our travelers’ most-loved tours, and for good reason! Read on to see why these tours come out on top year after year.
Try as you may, it’s impossible to choose a favorite among Venice, Florence and Rome. Each city is unique by its own right, with distinctive flavors, sights and sounds.
Mingle with Dubliners in traditional pubs, pick up a sparkling souvenir in Waterford, drive along the Ring of Kerry and walk across Giant’s Causeway. After two weeks of exploring, you’ll leave feeling like a local.
– Grabbing a pint of Guinness in Dublin
– The unparalleled beauty of the Ring of Kerry
– Seeing the majestic thoroughbreds at the Irish National Stud farm
– Landscapes that inspired the poetry of William Butler Yeats
Follow in the footsteps of the explorers on this tour of North America’s national parks. Each day displays a new destination, and with it new landscapes and adventures.
Perhaps no cities have influenced the world more over the last 2,000 years than London, Paris and Rome. On this sweeping tour, iconic sights like Big Ben, the Eiffel Tower and the Colosseum are just the beginning of what you’ll experience.
From the museums of Madrid to the sands of the Costa del Sol, Spain’s charismatic locals and cosmopolitan cities are always on. Sample it all on this grand tour, traversing the country from north to south and back again.
The sophisticated cities of Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires are the perfect introduction to this continent of contrasts. You’ll also undertake thrilling outdoor adventures, from the Iguassu to the legendary Machu Picchu.
– A visit to the Christ the Redeemer statue, one of the Seven Wonders of the World
– The might and power of Iguassu Falls
– Surprising, sophisticated Buenos Aires
– Historic and mysterious Machu Picchu
Get a taste of several languages and cultures as you journey from Great Britain to France to the Netherlands, across Germany then through Switzerland and Italy.
From rough-hewn pasta in heavy sauces to wood-grilled steaks, the medieval villages and sweeping countrysides of central Italy are known for their simple, honest flavors.
– Trying your hand at preparing a Tuscan meal in a cooking class
– Wine tastings against a backdrop of striking Italian scenery
– Touring quaint vineyards and serene olive groves
– Perugia’s flourishing art scene and medieval castles
What’s been your favorite Go Ahead tour and why?