Our small group tours to Europe of 20 people or less make for a better holiday experience! Europe is a rich and diverse continent full of history, stunning scenery, world-famous museums and more - explore it all with Bunnik Tours. Soak up the sunshine in Southern Italy, marvel at the architectural wonders of Barcelona, watch the northern lights dance across the sky in Norway, or cruise the idyllic Greek islands. Whether you want to relax and unwind, step back in time or tick items off your bucket list, there’s a Europe tour to suit everyone. Book a small group tour online or get in touch with one of our friendly Travel Specialists.
Unique Local Experiences
Immerse yourself in local life with a cooking class in a local family home, sipping on delicious food and wine in ancient wineries, and journeying up the breathtaking Alps in a cable car.
Accommodation with character
From a cave hotel in Matera to a Moroccan kasbah in Merzouga, our tours include character accommodation that the big tour companies simply can’t.
Let us show you the delights of Europe. Admire spectacular waterfalls at the tranquil Plitvice Lakes, discover the buzzing medinas of Morocco and explore the food lover’s paradise of Bologna.
Explore on foot
Walking is one of the best ways to really get to the essence of a destination. Staying within the walking distance of the must-see sights makes exploring on foot so easy!
Small Group Tours
Discover the jewels of the Adriatic countries of Croatia and Slovenia.
North Macedonia is an enchanting blend of Balkan and Mediterranean influences, infused with a rich tapestry of Greek, Roman, and Ottoman legacies.
Discover the rich history and cultural heritage of Southern Spain on this captivating journey.
Enjoy the trip of a lifetime. Travel through fascinating Morocco, revel in sunny southern Spain and the charming cities of Lisbon, Coimbra and Porto before marveling at the architectural wonder of Barcelona.
Explore the stunning European Alps across five uniquely beautiful countries.
Explore the impressive Lake Sevan, discover traditional houses along Sharambeyan street & be intrigued by the Areni Cave Complex.
Tour the historic city of Salzburg, discover the iconic Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna & enjoy a magical Christmas Markets.
Tour the old city of Baku, discover intriguing history at the Heydar Aliyev Cultural Centre & discover the stunning Juma Mosque.
Explore the iconic Stari Most Bridge, enjoy the view of the Sarajevo Olympic Stadium & tour the beautiful city of Sarajevo.
Wander through the streets of Dubrovnik, once home to notable poets, playwrights & painters & tour Croatia's stunning capital, Zagreb.
Stroll through the cobblestone streets of Český Krumlov, explore the Prague castle district Hradčany and indulge yourself in local Czechian cuisine.
From its picturesque capital, Copenhagen, to its windswept coastline and everything in between, Denmark will lure you in with its warmth and welcoming hospitality.
The lakes are situated on the Plitvice plateau, between the mountains of Lička Plješevica, Mala Kapela and Medveđak. The Plitvice Lakes lie in a basin of karstic rock, mainly dolomite and limestone, which has given rise to their most distinctive feature. The lakes are separated by natural dams of travertine, which is deposited by the action of moss, algae and bacteria. The encrusted plants and bacteria accumulate on top of each other, forming travertine barriers which grow at the rate of about 1 centimetre per year. The lakes are renowned for their distinctive colours, ranging from azure to green, grey or blue. The colours change constantly depending on the quantity of minerals or organisms in the water and the angle of sunlight.
Sorrento is a small city in Campania, Italy, with some 16,500 inhabitants. The town can be reached easily from Naples and Pompeii (a must visit for history lovers), and many viewpoints in the city itself allow sight of Naples and Mt. Vesuvius. The Amalfi Drive (connecting Sorrento and Amalfi) is the narrow road that threads around the high cliffs above the Mediterranean. Driving down this road takes you through the Amalfi coast, known for its scenic seaside towns, colourful villages and stunning coastline. A ferry from Sorrento can also take you to the Isle of Capri, popular for its amazing rock formations, crystal clear waters and its local shopping. Photo by Silvia Schweininger.
Barcelona is linked to the architecture of Antoni Gaudí. His most famous (and still unfinished) masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia, is the emblem of the city. Like the church, Barcelona takes traditional ideas and presents them in new, even outrageous, forms. The city’s burst of building and innovation gives the impression that it’s still being created. Both the cathedral and city can be tough places to get a handle on, yet their complexity is invigorating rather than forbidding. Some of the other remarkable must-see structures include the Casa Milá, the Casa Batlló and Park Güell.
This ancient Christian kingdom in central Turkey sits within a surreal and eerie landscape of pinnacles, ravines and carved-rock dwellings. It’s one of the most fascinating places in Turkey. Caves in the region were used as shelters and still contain marvellous frescoes. Cappadocia encompasses the area bordered by the towns of Avanos on the north, Kayseri on the east, Nevsehir on the west and Nigde on the south.
How much does a European tour cost?
A Europe tour can range in price, depending on the length of the trip and how many countries we travel to. For example, you could experience the stunning landscapes, picturesque towns and exquisite cuisine of Italy on a 23 day Southern Italy, Sicily & Malta tour, which starts from $11,895 per person. Or you could opt for the Turkey in Depth tour for just $7,995 per person for 20 days, or journey through Spain and Morocco for $10,465 per person.
Airfares, transport, many meals, tour guides, accommodation and tipping are all included in our Europe small group tours unless otherwise specified. If you have any questions about our all inclusive Europe holiday packages, please contact one of our friendly Travel Specialists.
What is the best way to go around Europe?
We highly recommend a small group tour! Not only do you get to visit all the must-see attractions and destinations, but you get the expertise of a tour guide along the way. At Bunnik Tours, our Europe small group tours are limited to a maximum of just 20 guests. This means you have more space on the coach, the chance to stay in boutique accommodation, you can get off the beaten tourist track, and spend less time waiting around for your fellow tour participants.
Is 10 days enough to visit Europe?
There’s so much to see and do in Europe that you could spend months there! We recommend spending at least 10 days in Europe to really immerse yourself in its rich cultures and fascinating history. If you’re looking for a shorter option we have a range of land only tours available!
Which is the best time to visit Europe?
This depends on what you want out of your trip! If you’ve always wanted to experience a European winter, our land only Austria, Slovenia & Croatia Christmas Markets small group tour in December is the perfect choice. But if you plan to soak up some sunshine in Italy, then spring will offer fewer crowds and pleasant weather.
Are there any current travel restrictions in Europe?
At Bunnik Tours, we are committed to safe travel for everyone. Visit our Book & Travel with Confidence page to find out about our latest policies.
How can I tour Europe as a responsible traveller?
At Bunnik Tours, we believe in responsible travel and sustainable tourism. For more information, visit our Sustainable Tourism hub.
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