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Europe tour packages from Dubai

Europe is one of the top destinations for Dubai residences because the visit is worth it. Europe is the second smallest continent globally, but it has a lot to offer to tourists.

There are diverse cultures to learn and rich history, places to tour and even stay in world-class ranked hotels. But, if that is not enough, you'll be satisfied with the cuisine, the locals, and the numerous sights and delights to see.

Visa requirements for Dubai residents and locals to Europe

If you are a UAE passport holder, you don't require a visa to visa any of the 44 countries in Europe. However, you ought to follow the traveling guidelines and have a traveling document, most important a UAE passport.

What is Climate in Europe?

Europe comprises 44 countries, and they have different climate zones. The countries in the west are described to experience Oceanic climate. During summer, the climate is warm, while in winter, the climate is cool and frequent overcast skies.

The countries in the South climate are described to be the Mediterranean climate. During summer, the weather is warm to hot and dry while in winter cool to mild, although sometimes there are sunny skies.

The central-eastern countries climate is described to be Continental climate. During summer, the weather is warm to hot summers, while winter is cold. There are also parts of central plan areas where they experience continental climate.
The Gulf Stream influences the western part's climate. The stream results in mild air in North West during the winter months.
At the coast, the climate during summer is dry, and from October to February, there is rain. Generally, at the coast, the climate is wet and dry.
Conclusively, there is 4 season in Europe, which determines the climate, which is the case for countries away from the Mediterranean.
Generally, the climate in Europe is described as a temperate climate. It is an inviting climate all year round; nevertheless, there are still some countries where the winter is harsh. Therefore, before touring any European country, you must check the climate of that country and places you’ll be touring in advance to get prepared.

When is the best time to visit Europe?

Europe weather makes it all year round best time to visit. However, there are different seasons; thus, it will depend on which season you deem best to travel.

Even though the weather is ideal for visiting any time of the year in Europe, the best time to travel to Europe is in the summer season, from June to September.

During the summer season, the sun is high, warm at the beach, and sunny all day; thus, you can tour anywhere you would like. During this season, most countries in Europe host cultural events, open fashion sales, and galas.

How to get around Europe

Europe is huge, and it may seem daunting at first how you can get from one city to another considering you would like to explore all these places.

Worry not because there are several means of transport in Europe of getting around. Here you get to know the best ways to get around in Europe, and choosing which one to use is up to you.

By Bus

One of the ways to get around Europe is by bus. You can use the bus to get from one city to another or even across borders. Some of the company's offering bus travel services in Europe include Flixbus and Regiojet.

Getting around Europe using a bus is ideal if you are traveling short distances. Otherwise, if the journey is long, you'll get tired and restless. However, if you would like to use a bus for long-distance, consider traveling at night as you'll fall asleep.

By Train

One of the easiest means to get around Europe is by train. It is the quickest option than bus or even car hire. Nevertheless t slow compared to taking flight.

Most of the countries in Europe have railway lines connected to another, making it easier to get around from one country to another in Europe using a train. It is the best option to stretch around even though the journey is long. The train even travels at night thus can save on accommodation costs.

By plane

Traveling around Europe by plane is often the quickest and most convenient option. In addition, numerous budget airlines in Europe make traveling considerably more economical.

If you book early or find a good deal, you may get these tickets for as little as £10. However, before purchasing travel to Europe, make sure to check the baggage allowances, as many of these airlines only allow for hand luggage.

If you need to purchase checked bags, the cost of your ticket could increase by 50% or more. To avoid any unexpected baggage taxes at the airport, you should carefully study the luggage restrictions.

Rent a car

Renting a car or a camper can be the most expensive option, but it gives you the freedom to travel across Europe's most rural locations.

A car or camper might also be a fast choice because there is usually less waiting. You'll also have the option of packing it to the brim with as much luggage as you want. They're also perfect for groups and families.

Make sure your driver's license is valid in the countries you'll be traveling to before renting a car. You should also read up on the road legislation on official websites. For example, what is the speed limit, do you drive on the left or right side of the road, do pedestrians have the right of way, and so on.

Another suggestion is to opt for the insurance waiver. This means you'll have to pay a little more, but you won't have to pay an excess if there's an accident (depending on the terms).


Hitchhiking is the cheapest way to get around in Europe if you're on a tight budget. In addition, it is a secure method of communication, and many individuals prefer it.
Keep in mind that it's critical to use your head when hitchhiking. Always go with your gut and apply your common sense. Keep your valuables close to you when you leave your bag in the car and don't forget to text a friend or family member the license plate number before you get in.

Best Hotels to stay in Europe

No matter the parts you will visit in Europe, there is a luxurious and world-class hotel to stay. Here are the best five hotels you can stay in Europe. These hotels have a rich history, some dating to the 15th century.

In addition, your stay in any of these hotels will leave you with a lifetime experience of what to stay in a world-class hotel and make you feel like a 'king.'

Hotel Grand Bretagne, Athens

If you’ll be touring Athens, the best hotel to stay in is Hotel Grand Bretagne. It is an opulent hotel, and while at the hotel can enjoy breathtaking views of the Parthenon and the Acropolis.
The services you'll be offered at this hotel are world-class, and everyone is treated like a VIP. Some of the features you’ll spot at this hotel include the colossal marble lobby crammed with neo-Baroque furniture to a rooftop pool with views of Mount Lycabettus; this hotel has it all.
There are 321 guest rooms, and in each room, there is a 16-person dining room, butler, wine cellar, and private gym.

Four Seasons, Florence

Four Seasons in Florence is a beautiful hotel, and before being renovated to a hotel, it was the Palazzo Della Gherardesca. The features still at this hotelcan be traced back to the 11th century.

If you get to book the Royal Suite, you will be amazed by the exceptional interiorsdating back to the 18th-century ceramic floor by Ignazio Chianese and Venetian glass chandeliers.

The Four Seasons is arguably more of a museum than a hotel. The seven-year restoration of two former palaces to their Renaissance splendor was overseen by the Italian government department in charge of historical art and architecture preservation.

Another standout is the hotel spa, which features ten exquisite treatment rooms and products from the Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella, where monks have been mixing potions from Tuscan flora and fauna since the 13th century.

The Ritz, London

Named after its founder, the Ritz hotel, located in London, was opened in 1906. It is a well-known hotel famously because of the afternoon tea in the world. Besides, it is a luxurious hotel s where many hotels come to benchmark.

The Ritz is the most magnificent of London's finest hotels, with pastel-hued guestrooms embellished with 24-carat gold leaf and Louis XVI furnishings, and is located at 150 Piccadilly.

Hundreds of visit the hotel's Palm Court for tea each day spend a few hours pretending to be modern-day royalty as they are fed jam and scones on silver plates by elegantly dressed wait staff.

The Ritz is still the most recognized hotel in a city, featuring some of the world's best hotels. More than a century later, under new owners Sir David and Sir Frederick Barclay, who launched a massive reconstruction effort in 1995 to restore the hotel to its former splendor, it has managed to keep loyal to Cesar Ritz's vision.

Four Seasons George V, Paris

Since when it was opened in 1928, Four Seasons George V, which is located in Paris, has over the years stood out to be an excellent place to stay in Paris.

The George V is situated between the Seine and the Champs Elysees in the 8th Arrondissement. As one would expect from a top Parisian hotel, it has a two-Michelin-star restaurant, Le Cinq.

Most of the rooms at the hotel have their patios with spectacular views of Europe's most romantic city, and the hotel receives 9,000 flowers from Holland every week.

Best things to do in Europe

There are many things to do in Europe and several tour places. Here we've highlighted some of the best places you can’tmiss to do in Europe. These are must-do things in Europe.

Visit the Eiffel Tower, France

One of the iconic places to visit in Europe is the Eiffel Tower, located in France. It is a landmark in France and attracts many tourists from all over the world.
This wrought-iron tower is located in the center of Paris's Champ de Mars and was built to enter the 1889 World's Fair. Engineer Gustave Eiffel designed the tower and was criticized for being a monstrous and an "impossible undertaking" at the construction time.
After it was constructed, the tower stood 324-meter-tall tower (equal to an 81-story building) and was the world's highest structure.
Restaurants and cafés, gift stores, displays about the tower's history, the original reconstructed Gustav Eiffel office, and many viewing decks are located on the tower's three levels.
The Eiffel Tower's first two levels are accessible via a stairwell or a lift, but the third level is only accessible by elevator. The entire tower is lighted with golden lights at night.

Tour England's Stonehenge

If you are touring the United Kingdom or England, you can't miss visiting Stonehenge. It is an ancient structure that is said to have been built around 3000 and 2000 BC. It is a famous tourist site in England and how it looks and many burial mounds.
Stonehenge is recognized and included among the UNESCO World Heritage Site. There is a large ring of four-meter-tall sandstones at the site with an inner horseshoe-shaped stone circle.
The function of Stonehenge is still unknown. According to archeologists, it could have been a burial ground dating back to 3000 BC.While according to the Neolithic calendar, it could be a holy site or a scientific observatory. The stones were hauled at least 19 kilometers to their current site, weighing 25 tons each.

Tour Acropolis of Athens, Greece

There is a rich history as far as Greece is mentioned. Today there are ruins which you can explore. In addition, you can get to have viewed at getting to the top of a rocky outcrop. One of the famous places to tour in Athens, Greece, is an ancient citadel.
Some of the well-known buildings in Acropolis dates back to the 15th century BC. They were built under the supervision of statesmen and General Pericles. One of these buildings is Parthenon and was built to thank the gods for the triumph over Persian invaders.
Other places to explore are; the gateway Propylaea, the Erechtheion Temple, and the modest but lovely Temple of Athena Nike. However, some of the buildings are ruins, as they were ruined during the Morean War in 1687. Most of the ancient antiquities discovered within the temples that escaped the damage have been relocated to the neighboring Acropolis Museum.

Explore Europe's stunning waterfalls

Plitvice Lakes National Park has been chosen as the most beautiful national park in Europe by visitors worldwide. The national park is one of Europe's most beautiful places to visit, situated between two remarkable cities: Zagreb, selected Best Christmas Destination, and Zadar, voted Best Destination in Europe.
Because you can choose the length of your walk and exit at several places within the park, this activity is suitable for all ages. You can get back to your car by using the shuttle. It is without a doubt one of Europe's most gorgeous landscapes, so don't hesitate to book a vacation in sunny Croatia.

Explore the Venice Canals, Italy

Your visit to Europe cannot be complete without touring Italy. One of the famous places to tour in Italy's magical "floating city ."There is rich history about this place, and you will get to enjoy its beauty and romance.

Venice has around 150 canals that connect 118 small islands via 400 bridges and several walkways. However, the allure of Venice is not limited to the water. You can get to explore some of the ancient hidden courtyards and spectacular Gothic and Renaissance architecture.

If you get to the Grand Canal, Venice's principal waterway, several churches, among them Venetian Gothic Palazzi, which date back to the 15th century.