Tag: Europe

Cruisin’ on the Danube River

A river cruise is a truly unique experience much different from touring by bus or car.

The Window to Lisbon, Portugal

The São Jorge Castle sits in the historic center of the beautiful Lisbon, Portugal. This Moorish castle overlooks the entire city from a hilltop and gives you the extraordinary view seen in the picture.

The Perks of Work: Employee Travel Testimonial – 9 Day Danube River Cruise

The Danube River in Europe is dotted with excellent towns, each with their own personality and culture. The best way to see all of these towns and make visits to each, is with a River Cruise.

The Széchenyi Medicinal Baths of Budapest, Hungary

The Széchenyi Baths are located in Budapest, Hungary and make up one of the largest bath complexes in all of Europe.

The Underrated City of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Ljubljana, Slovenia is the capital of this small country and the largest city. This large city is unique in that it has the sophistication of a small town but the offerings of a large metropolis.

Our Top 12 Most Popular Tours of 2018

Gate 1 Travel is letting you in on a little secret. Today we are sharing the top 12 best performing tours thus far in 2018 because you deserve to know!

The Iconic Scene of Giant’s Causeway

Giant’s Causeway is located in Northern Ireland in Bushmills. This famous landmark is the result of an ancient fissure volcano erupting and causing around 40,000 columns made of black basalt.

5 Best Places to Travel this Summer

June, July and August are the most popular times to travel.

The Perks of Work: Employee Travel Testimonial – Danube River Cruise

The Danube River runs through several countries in Europe, with the featured itinerary having visited Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary and Slovakia.

Top 10 Things to do in Benelux

Welcome to the region of Northwestern Europe known as Benelux, named for the union of three neighboring states; Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg. This area of the world is known for its landscapes, Dutch culture, medieval towns and, of course, tulips in the spring!