Europe is where east meets west and presents a complete kaleidoscope of landscapes, cultures and holidays to suit everyone.
Towards the east, we have the Caucasus, a mesmerising range of mountainous countries where Europe juxtaposes Asia. This stunning region includes Russia - the largest country in the world spanning 11 time zones, Armenia - an ancient and historical site of cultural heritage, Georgia - famous for its mouthwatering cuisine and an alphabet all of its own, and Azerbaijan - which welcomes the beautiful waters of the Caspian Sea to its shores.
Moving westwards, Turkey offers a wealth of history and architecture so intense it’s almost overwhelming. Spain is home to endless, pristine sandy beaches, extravagant dancing and UNESCO World Heritage Sites in no fewer than 13 cities. It is hard to know where to start...
The pound’s resurgence means Britons travelling to destinations around Europe in the coming months could be as much as 70% better off compared to the same time last year. Travellers visiting Moscow or St Petersburg could benefit the most with sterling up exactly 71.4% on the ruble in comparison to a year ago. [Correct as of August 2015]