Combining Multiple Tours into One Trip Along the Canal Route

Are you looking for a way to combine multiple tours into one trip to visit multiple sites along or near to the canal route? You can do this easily with the help of All you have to do is change the drop-down menu from “Round Trip” to “Trip Builder”. If you are looking for a leisurely schedule, I recommend that you choose one of the two most popular sites: the Basilica and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. These two sites are conveniently located close to each other, making it easy to visit both in one day.

On a 10-day trip through Europe, you can visit one country or combine two or three neighboring countries. For example, you could visit Rome and explore some of its must-see places such as St. Peter's Basilica, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, and the Pantheon. If the lines are long, it may be easier to rent a gondola that is on a smaller canal (not on the Grand Canal or in the Venice Lagoon).

You could also combine Munich and London into one trip. In Munich, you can eat at the legendary Hofbrauhaus, visit the Munich residence or the Nymphenburg Palace, stroll through the English Garden, tour the Dachau concentration camp memorial site, see the famous glockenspiel on Marienplatz and let yourself be surprised by the BMW Museum. In London, you can take exciting free walking tours in the evenings such as one about Jack the Ripper or a ghost tour to see London from a different perspective. If you want to explore both places of interest with an expert guide, then this is a great tour to consider. With careful planning and research, it is possible to combine multiple tours into one trip along or near to the canal route.