Planning your holiday with the multi country Europe tours. Copenhagen is a delight, with its picturesque harbor called Nyhavn. If you are traveling as a family, kids will love Tivoli Gardens, one of the oldest amusement parks in the world.

Best places to stay during the multi-day Europe trip

Prague, Czech Republic

Prague is an awesome city for a weekend getaway in that it’s extremely walkable and has tons of great sites. Check out Prague Castle, stroll across Charles Bridge, wander the Old Town, and, if you’re feeling adventurous, have a drink at an Absintherie.

Berlin, Germany

Berlin is a cool blend of artsy, sleek, historical, and contemporary all rolled into one brilliant package. What you plan to do in Berlin totally depends on your interests, as there is truly an activity here for all styles. For a historical weekend, check out either the Jewish Museum or New Museum, for an artsy weekend, visit the districts of Kreuzberg or Neukolln, or, if you like your experience more refined, head to Mitte.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Amsterdam is easily one of the most pedestrian and bike friendly cities in all of Europe, not to mention picturesque. When planning your stay in Amsterdam, opt to take in one of the many museums (Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh, and Resistance museums are all great choices), visit the Anne Frank House, wander around the artsy district of Jordaan, take a canal cruise, and take a tour around the Old Town.