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With its fascinating cities and picturesque small towns, distinctive cultures, climates, and culinary experiences, there is no one way to ‘do’ Europe. From The Colosseum in Rome to Buckingham Palace in London, Haggis in Ireland to Souvlaki in Greece, with its vastly different historical sites, languages, foods and landscapes, there is something for everyone within the countries that form this unique continent. Connect with an Ensemble® travel agent to start planning your next journey.

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