Coach holidays to Europe
Travelling with National Holidays to Europe is the ideal way to see and experience the best sights of Europe. We offer a diverse selection of coach trips to Europe holidays and shorter breaks from bustling city breaks, relaxing river cruises, and seaside retreats to scenic all-inclusive coach touring holidays.
Whichever destination you choose, you can simply sit back, relax and explore everything this great continent has to offer from the comfort of your coach.
Great Short Trips - If you’re looking for a short coach break why not hop over the channel to the beautiful city of Bruges, known as the Venice of Northern Europe with its winding canals, or Amsterdam, home to hundreds of colourful buildings, windmills and bridges? Belgium and The Netherlands are the top destinations for a great short break abroad!
Also, take advantage of our cheap European holidays and visit our special offer and deals page. We’re constantly adding our latest discount trips, so be quick if you want to bag yourself a bargain!
Over the Pyrenees, Andorra offers spectacular mountain landscapes and narrow valleys, an alternative holiday destination to Spain, which remains a firm favourite with British holidaymakers looking for a sun-filled holiday. There’s clear blue sea and award winning beaches aplenty in the lively year-round resort of Lloret De Mar on the Costa Brava not to mention countless sandy coves waiting to be discovered along the coast.
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When in Rome
If European history is your passion then the Italian capital of Rome should be top of your list of coach tours with a wealth of historical landmarks around every corner. There’s the Colosseum, the Vatican and the Pantheon to visit, not to mention the Sistine Chapel, Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain.
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Further afield there’s something quite intriguing and yet charming about Eastern Europe. The city of a Hundred Spires, Prague, is a real hidden gem with its stunning architecture dotted across the city whilst Warsaw and medieval Krakow are two dynamic cities which are fast developing but and provide a real insight into the fascinating history of Poland. Meanwhile the two contrasting areas of Budapest, split by the Danube, provide a harmonious blend of historical grandeur and modern culture.
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