Discover Hoteleus' Tours to Europe
Before fulfilling your dream of taking a tour to Europe and enjoying authentic tapas in Spain, pizzas in Rome, a delightful beer in Prague, or a sausage in Germany, it's crucial to plan properly to make the most of your European tour.
In this brief guide to European tours, we will provide you with the best advice to help you choose the perfect tour from Hoteleus' collection of over 300 European tours. Likewise, these tips will be beneficial if you decide to plan your European journey independently.
Planning logistics for a European tour might seem tedious and cumbersome, but the better prepared you are, the greater your chances of having a memorable experience meeting all your expectations.
That's why you should invest ample time to decide on the destinations you'd like to visit and seek the best advice possible.
We'll attempt to guide you in planning your European tour through the following steps:
Ideal Quality at the Best Price
We'd like to tell you about the group organized tours we offer at Hoteleus. These kinds of tours in Europe allow you to experience the old continent in the best possible way and at an unbeatable price. This is because traveling in an organized group can save you a considerable amount of money, and you'll get to meet people from all over the world who also seek fun and knowledge. It's common for travelers to end a trip having made new friends.
Food, hotel, and transportation costs in Europe are among the highest globally. We've worked diligently to lower prices as much as possible, ensuring great value for money. This effort required creativity, experience, pragmatism, and a top-notch selection of accommodations.
In these tours, everything is planned and organized to maximize time and cover all points of interest. This approach requires travelers to adapt to group dynamics and adhere to the program's schedules.
The coaches used for these European tours are state-of-the-art and adhere to stringent European safety standards. All come equipped with free Wi-fi for passengers' convenience.
All the hotels are exceptionally functional and fall under First or Superior Tourist categories. They are always strategically located in city centers or near major access routes to top tourist attractions.
1. European Tours: Legal Requirements for a European Tour
If you don't have a passport and aren't European, touring Europe won't be possible. The European community does not require visas for countries like Mexico but does for others, such as Ecuador. Check with your consulate for necessary documentation and visa requirements for your European tour.
If you already have a passport and visa, ensure they haven't expired. Some countries mandate your documents shouldn't expire within the next six months.
None of Hoteleus' European tours require a driving license. But if you're planning to drive around Europe independently, ensure your license is valid.
Certain European countries demand specific documentation. For instance, Mexicans require a special visa to visit Russia.
2. Plan Your Budget Well
It's highly recommended to have a clear budget before embarking on any European tours. This should be decided even before determining the duration of your stay, tour dates, and countries to visit.
Some destinations in Europe, like London and the Baltic States, are quite expensive, while others like Spain or Eastern Europe are more affordable. We can help you tailor your European package based on your desired locations and budget.
Therefore, setting a clear budget for your European tour well in advance can help you make a more informed decision. If you're on a tighter budget, instead of spending two weeks in Switzerland, consider countries like the Czech Republic or Croatia for your European tour.