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EUROPE GROUP TRAVEL

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Travel is about many things. It’s about the landscapes, the architecture, the nature, the food, the language, the music; it’s about experiences - but it’s also about the people you share those experiences with. This is why group travel is becoming an increasingly popular option for young people around the world. There’s nothing more life-affirming than meeting kindred spirits on the other side of the world and making unique memories with them. Group trips to Europe are a particularly popular choice – a unique opportunity to explore the wonders of this immense continent while forging life-long friendships along the way.

Group holidays in Europe have no shortage of remarkable sights and landmarks to get stuck into. Whether you want to tick of some iconic monuments or embark on an all-encompassing adventure, there are group tour options that can cater to your needs (and budget!). Making friends on holiday groups is at effortless as it comes, so you can soon find out that there’s nothing very ‘solo’ about solo travel. With your new team of buddies, you can gear up for some notorious nightlife in Berlin, sun-kissed island hopping off the coast of Greece, culture-vulture feasts in Florence or London and food, fashion and passion in Paris or Milan.
Group travel in the UK is a hugely popular form of European exploration. The UK is beautiful, compact, easy to get around and features a whole host of history, culture and nightlife for you and your team to sink your teeth into. Whether you want to share a pint of the black stuff with your new friends in the charming pubs of Dublin, look up in awe at the spindly spires of Edinburgh or swan down London’s iconic Southbank, a group tour in the UK is sure to live long in the memory.

Whatever your dream European trip, it’s better when shared with others. Contiki gives you the best opportunities to forge friendships and memories that’ll last forever, so why not take the first step?

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SHOULD I TAKE A SUITCASE OR BACKPACK?

Again, this is all dependent on where you’re travelling to. For trips to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, a backpack will be your best bet. Oversized suitcases or metal framed backpacks are a no-go due to luggage limitations, but you can bring a smaller bag to pack for the Galapagos, leaving your main suitcase at the hotel in Guayaquil to collect on return.

On our Australia trips which include sailing and/or 4-wheel drive trips, there is a super small luggage space so again, make sure you bring along a small bag to transfer your essentials into. Your regular luggage will be stored back at base.

On European ski trips and New Zealand trips with a ski option you have the option to bring one pair of skis and ski boots, to show off your pro skiing skills.

Other than what's mentioned above, travelling with a backpack or suitcase is totally up to you. Weigh up the pros and cons of each here.

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SHOULD I TAKE A SUITCASE OR BACKPACK?

Again, this is all dependent on where you’re travelling to. For trips to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, a backpack will be your best bet. Oversized suitcases or metal framed backpacks are a no-go due to luggage limitations, but you can bring a smaller bag to pack for the Galapagos, leaving your main suitcase at the hotel in Guayaquil to collect on return.

On our Australia trips which include sailing and/or 4-wheel drive trips, there is a super small luggage space so again, make sure you bring along a small bag to transfer your essentials into. Your regular luggage will be stored back at base.

On European ski trips and New Zealand trips with a ski option you have the option to bring one pair of skis and ski boots, to show off your pro skiing skills.

Other than what's mentioned above, travelling with a backpack or suitcase is totally up to you. Weigh up the pros and cons of each here.

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