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Collette Tours, U.S. Trips and More

Founded in 1918, Collette creates fulfilling and immersive travel experiences with a commitment to the well-being and delight of every guest.

Plus, Vacations To Go customers can enjoy terrific savings on Collette. To see all current offers, click here.

Collette takes travelers to the world's most amazing places, from the historic monuments of Europe and the safari parks of Africa to the magnificent landscapes and cities of the U.S. and Canada. The company offers vacations in a range of travel styles, from guided tours, river cruises and rail journeys to "Spotlight" city getaways that stay in a single hotel.

The company's tours provide terrific value for your money and highlight the experiences that make travel special. Its Small Group Explorations carry an average of just 16 guests and offer access to unique places that are difficult to visit with a larger group. Enriching activities take you beyond the well-known sights and reveal more of each destination.

Collette has introduced a number of brand-new trips this year, including Mediterranean Coastal Journey, Spain's Costa del Sol & Madrid and Boston & the Cape.

The price of your trip includes accommodations, guided sightseeing, deluxe motorcoach transportation, admission fees and most meals. Free round-trip sedan service that takes you from your home to the airport is also covered when you book air-inclusive vacations.

The U.S. is one of our best-selling tour destinations. You can explore the country's celebrated national parks, see Alaska or Hawaii's striking panoramas or visit the renowned cities of the Northeast, among other options. Click any link below to search for itineraries from the best tour operators.

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National Parks
New England

River cruises are another great way to explore the United States or Europe.

Our most popular U.S. river cruises sail the Mississippi River or the Columbia River. On the Mississippi, port calls can include cities like St. Louis, Memphis and New Orleans, as well as smaller towns such as Mark Twain's Hannibal in Missouri or the arts haven of Red Wing, Minnesota. The Columbia River runs along the border of Washington and Oregon, and sailings here highlight stories of Lewis and Clark, Native American heritage and the stunning Columbia River Gorge.

In Europe, cruises on the Rhine River or Danube River are often the most popular. On the Rhine, view vineyards and castles from the deck of your ship or during a hike or bike ride; the stretch known as the Upper Middle Rhine often is described as the most scenic. The Danube flows from Germany's Black Forest to Old World cities like Vienna and Budapest. Christmas markets cruises along these rivers and others in Europe highlight the region's holiday spirit.