Mixing Europe and Africa for the Vacation of a Lifetime

by Cristina on July 8, 2010

by Cristina | July 8th, 2010  

Over the past years it has become quite easy to book cheap international flights ; which is one good reason to plan longer vacations, mixing continents and visiting a variety of interesting places along the way.

Have you ever considered visiting the Old Continent and then taking a plunge into the beautiful and exotic Black Continent?

Europe has always ranked high in the hearts of travelers. Whether you want to see beautiful landscapes, drive on fantastic roads which resemble Formula 1 circuits, visit museums or immerse in the interesting castlesí atmosphere, Europe does have it all.

This summer you can fly into London, visit the amazing city for several days and then hop on a flight to Spain. Indulge in Mediterranean cuisine and soak up the sun before you travel from Spain to Morocco .

Now that youíve reached this interesting African country, why not choose one of the Morocco adventure tours to explore the country. The Magical Morocco tour lasts for 9 days and explores places such as Casablanca, Fes and Marrakech. It is the perfect itinerary for the firs time traveler to this area. You get to soak up the atmosphere and enjoy everything thatís special about Morocco.

But Morocco is also an excellent destination for the active travelers. An active 9-day tour can take you to the High Atlas Mountains where you can enjoy trekking and climbing. Marrakech is not overlooked either. The souks are excellent places to pick up a souvenir or try the bizarre cuisine offered here.

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Accra Flights August 3, 2010 at 3:55 am

I kind of agree with you here, European countries are always been our travelers first choice, after that I think Caribbean Sea are covering lot of tourism. However you have to agree that Africa has also becoming touristís favorite from more then decade now. So, Africa is on its way to win peopleís heart.


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