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What to Visit in Europe?


Country: France
Oscar Wilde once said that “when good Americans die, they go to Paris”. Why wait? Move Paris to the top of your bucket list. It's the city of love, the height of European romance. The picturesque cityscape evokes images of streetlight glances and romantic strolls along the River Seine.


Country: Germany
A city that always feels on the edge of something exciting, Berlin is steeped in a rich history that is both romantic, modern, and controversial. While here, you can visit the remains of the Berlin Wall, now covered in street art, or the official Weltzeituhr world clock.


Location: Scotland
Scotland’s capital is less daunting than London but equally dynamic. Tourists typically flock to the Royal Mile (a stone road that delivers kilts and street art with old-timey flair), so take your time exploring the Edinburgh Castle and University of Edinburgh campus.

Our Tours to Americas

Cerro Negro, Nicaragua

Imagine boarding down the black sandy slopes of one restless volcano in the middle of Central America. This young volcano is still active, but don't worry, we will tread with caution. But also, bring your sandboards.

Roatán, Honduras

Nicknamed the "big island," Roatán is the largest of Honduras' Bay Islands. Expect warm temperatures year-round. Diving is excellent. And it's not that far away from the second largest barrier reef on earth.

La Ronge, Saskatchewan, Canada

You’ve never seen the Northern Lights quite like this. La Ronge, Saskatchewan, has some of the clearest views of the night sky, creating a truly stunning light show, filled with bright greens and shimmering purples. Looking for something to do during the daylight hours? Canoeing along Lac La Ronge in summer or ice skating on it in winter also provides a world of beautiful sights (not to mention some very attractive pictures to send back home).

The Variety of Languages of Europe


It’s the sole official language of Germany, Austria and Liechtenstein, and it’s a co-official language in Switzerland, Belgium and Luxembourg. With all of those countries combined, approximately 95 million people in Europe speak German as their first language. And did you know that German is the most widely understood language in Western Europe after English? This is because it’s popular as a second (or third, or fourth) language in Denmark, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Sweden, Poland, Finland, Hungary, and many other European countries.


French has about 80 million native speakers. It is the official language of France (of course), as well as a co-official language of Belgium, Switzerland and Luxembourg. If you consider the percentage of the population that learned French as a second language, then over 30% of European inhabitants know the language, making it a great choice for those that want to travel around the continent. That said, French’s global reach is even more impressive than its usefulness in Europe, as almost 30 countries claim French as an official or administrative language.


You had to know this was coming, right? English, the global lingua franca. It has 400 million native speakers worldwide, with around 70 million of those, living in Europe.

Hans Haselberger

Founder of Wanderer Holidays Travel Bureau

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