You can even sail the same stretch of water again, but at a different time of year. Europe is blessed with four very distinct seasons ensuring there is always something new to see at different times of the year.
Head to Europe in spring to admire the beautiful blooming flowers and stunning tulip displays, particularly in the Keukenhof Gardens in Amsterdam. Summer brings about warmer weather, with a vibrant café culture and all types of festivals such as the Salzburg Festival, a festival of music and drama occurring between July and August.
Visit in autumn and you’ll be rewarded with the changing colours of the leaves, cooler temperatures and less people, whilst winter is one of the most magical times of the year to visit Europe. Visit from late November to December to experience the festive Christmas markets, the promise of a mug of warming glühwein, hot roasted chestnuts and gingerbread, log fires and if you’re lucky, the chance of snow.