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Sure Europe in summer is something special, but this is a continent that keeps on giving no matter the season. Europe in Autumn, Winter & Spring is a cosy cacophony of crisp mornings, snowy skies, soul warming food and twinkling lights. If you want to experience Europe away from the crowds and as its most authentic self, travelling off peak is the ultimate travel hack.


Fewer crowds

Less people means a more authentic, local experience, not to mention minimal queuing for the big icons you just can’t miss. Spend less time waiting in line and more time experiencing when you travel off peak.

Cheaper prices

Want to sample the best of Europe but don’t want to pay inflated prices? Travelling off peak is the best travel hack going. Make your money go further, and by further we mean even tastier food and even better experiences.

Traditional vibes

Crackling log fires, steaming mugs of hot chocolate, snowy skies and cute as a button Christmas Markets - just a flavour of what you can expect. The off peak season includes events like Hogmanay, St Paddy’s Day and Easter in Amsterdam (SO many tulips) - experiences that give you a full flavour of this varied continent.

Ski & Snowboarding

For beginners and pros alike, stay in our newly renovated Gasthof Schoneck for all the snowy fun. Transport, gear, lessons and passes all sorted for you, not to mention doing it all with an army of new friends, many of whom are solo travellers.

Winter sunshine

Did you know that the Mediterranean coastlines averages 300 days of sunshine per year, averaging 6 hours of golden glows every day? Yes the temperature may dip, but if you’re not travelling for a tan and want to prioritise the cultural side of continent, it makes perfect sense.