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17 countries \ 46 days \ from US$6939 per person
This tour is THE Ultimate European experience! Visit 17 countries, hit up all the major European destinations in the first half of the tour then travel to camel riding Egypt & see the pyramids. The second half is all about uncharted territory before exploring Germany, Switzerland & the Netherlands. After this, your hardest decision will be finding somewhere new to visit on your next trip!
1 country \ 5 days \ from US$599 per person
Walk in the footsteps of the ANZAC’s on our moving & memorable Gallipoli experience. Join fellow Aussies & Kiwis & pay tribute on our 5 day trip to commemorate the ANZAC arrival in 1915. First spend a day exploring Istanbul. Then head to Gallipoli where you’ll tour the battlefields & sleep under the stars before attending the sobering Dawn Service. To top off the experience, visit Lone Pine & Chunuk Bair to pay your respects before heading back to Istanbul for a tour of Old Istanbul’s top sights.
2 countries \ 4 days \ from US$625 per person
Be a part of the ultimate St. Patrick’s Day party in Dublin, Ireland. Do it like the Irish as you rub shoulders with locals and travellers alike - thousands take to the streets to celebrate Ireland’s patron saint with their biggest annual party. Spend an epic day in the city packed with Irish culture & tradition, parades, concerts, singing, and dancing. Catch the coach from London or meet the group in Dublin – whatever works for you! Get set for good times all day & all night.
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Hi all! I am doing the Greek Adventurer June 30 with a friend and then continuing on to Paris, Sorrento and London on our own. We will be in London from the 17th of July and I will be staying on hopefully for the next 2 years with a working VISA. I am hoping to stay in the London area for a few months and then head onto Scotland and where ever else I may go in between. Would love any tips on getting on my feet once I’m on my own, or even any hidden treasure you have in these areas. Would also love to hear from anyone else who is doing the Greek tour or planning to live in the UK around this time?