As one of the largest and most experienced tour operators, Globus helps travelers see the world at a fantastic value. The company provides special insights and authentic encounters on its tours that you might miss if you planned the itinerary on your own.
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Globus' guided tours incorporate VIP access to top attractions, with no waiting in line, as well as the company's signature "Local Favorites" -- unforgettable outings that highlight what makes the destination unique. Each day, Tour Directors and Local Guides share their knowledge of the cities, towns and landmarks uncovered.
Enjoy Parmesan cheese, Balsamic vinegar and wine tastings with experts on Northern Italy's Highlights & Cinque Terre, plus take in lovely views of charming villages during a cruise along the Italian Riviera's rugged coastline. Meanwhile, WWII D-Day, Landing Beaches & Battle of Normandy provides an in-depth look at the 1944 landing of Allied troops on the shores of northwest France; visit battle sites, memorials and more. Or, consider Canyon Country Adventure, where you'll spend two nights at the Grand Canyon before hopping into a four-wheel drive vehicle for a tour of Monument Valley with a Navajo guide.
Globus' exclusive series of Undiscovered Tours are designed to balance must-see sights with unexpected discoveries, offering the opportunity to veer off the beaten path. You might enjoy offerings at family-run bakeries, cafes and vineyards or linger over drinks and music at historic restaurants and bars.
Choice Touring by Globus is available in the U.S., Canada and Europe. These flexible itineraries offer a wide-ranging menu of included excursions that allow you to tailor the trip to your interests. Green with Envy, for example, lets guests choose among the following: a tour of Ireland's largest island featuring breathtaking panoramas, a picturesque e-bike tour to Westport's Georgian town center and Rockfleet Castle or a baking class that teaches participants how to make Irish soda bread from scratch.