Italy offers an incredible mix of ancient history, unique architecture, modern day luxuries and culinary delights. You can enjoy wine tasting, 7-course gourmet Michelin star meals, automobile tours, luxury shopping, lovely beaches, or simply biking the Tuscan countryside – there is something for everyone, at any age.
Private pools, romantic sunsets and a personal oasis – Greek islands offer all of this, and more. You can stay on a myriad of small, picturesque islands like Folegrandros, and also visit Athens, Crete, Mykonos, or Santorini. There are private transfer options so that you can feel relaxed and unhurried during your stay in Greece.
Visit a country that boasts centuries of culture, art and local traditions and embraces modernity while maintaining its historic past. View architectural masterpieces, check out world-renowned art museums, or people watch in an old town plaza while enjoying tapas and delicious local wine.
Enjoy England’s cities, castles, and villages – full of history, charm and medieval flair. Visit manicured palace grounds created British Royals centuries ago or take a day trip to the English countryside in a British classic motor car to feel like you’ve stepped back in time.
A visit to France isn’t complete without at least a few days in Paris, the romantic capital of the world. After that, head south to the French Riviera and enjoy the most glamorous destination on the Riviera, Monaco. Explore Provence, many of the country’s wine regions, including the lovely Loire Valley to sample delicious wine and food. If you’re a history buff, there are also plenty of WWII sights to explore.
From the Tower of Belem in Lisbon to the graceful hilltop village of Sintra, Porto’s riverfront Ribeira district, and the famous rock arches in the Algarve – Portugal has so much to offer. Rich in history, culture, food and wine, Portugal is a European gem that’s not to be missed.
Get an insider’s view of Dubrovnik, one of the best preserved and most beautiful medieval towns of the Mediterranean. Sail to the stone town of Trogir or enjoy a visit to Hvar, the longest, sunniest, and most beautiful Croatian Islands. Charter a yacht, stop for a swim in secluded bays or visit Pelješac peninsula, the most significant wine-producing region in Croatia. Enjoy Split, the second largest city in Croatia and explore one of the most beautiful Croatian National Parks – Plitvice Lakes. Finally, visit Zagreb, a 1000-year-old European city and the largest in Croatia.