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Are you planning to travel to Europe but don’t know where to begin? At Holidays to Europe our aim is to make it as simple as possible for you to plan your European holiday.

Browse the huge range of Australian owned accommodation, as well as tours, car hire, rail passes, cruising and more and book direct with the owner/operator. Our destination articles, travel tips and blog articles will help make planning your European holiday easy.

 

Holidays to Europe is an Australian based website/blog. Editor Carolyn is passionate about sharing her European travel experiences with you so that you too can enjoy the holiday in Europe you have always dreamed of.

Dream. Plan. Travel Europe.

 

Welcome to Holidays to Europe

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Carolyn, Holidays to EuropeHi, my name is Carolyn and I am passionate about travelling in Europe and would love to share my experiences and love of European travel with you. On the website you can read my articles about travel destinations in the UK and Europe and my blog is regularly updated with travel tips to make planning your holiday easy.

If you need some ideas on where to stay, what to see and how to get around, you've come to the right place! Holidays to Europe also serves as a directory for a huge range of (mainly) Australian-owned accommodation including apartments, villas and cottages as well as camping holidays, B&Bs and hotels.

The directory also lists a large range of small group tours in Europe and the UK (including women-only, White Christmas and food and wine tours), river and ocean cruising options, rail passes and car hire. All services can be booked directly with the owner/operator whose details you'll find on the website.

Happy browsing .... and happy travels!

Carolyn

 

Latest Blog

NEWS: Burgundy wine secrets uncorked

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Destination Ideas

A visit to Linderhof Palace

linderhof-palace-150One of ‘Mad’ King Ludwig II’s Bavarian castles, Linderhof Palace is the smallest of the three and although it doesn't have any dramatic turreted towers, it does feature a grand staircase leading to the entrance and sumptuous formal gardens and fountains. King Ludwig used the palace as his own personal hideaway and hardly ever received visitors here but that didn’t stop him decorating it on a grand scale.

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