Group Travel

Whether you are planning a family reunion, a bachelorette weekend, or a friends’ getaway, group travel tours can help structure and simplify your vacation. Like grocery shopping at a warehouse store, serious savings can be found when buying in bulk. Whether you are looking to rent a house in Nantucket, sign your family up for a guided long-distance bike ride along Lake Champlain, or arrange for a tropical girls-only retreat, group trips provide an opportunity for travelers to spend some quality time with the people they love. Travel + Leisure's writers and editors evaluate group trips based on their value, their ease of use, and the quality of their offerings.

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12 European Destinations Perfect for Your Next Group Trip

There are few missions more intimidating than planning a group trip. Traveling as a group presents all the typical stressors of travel ( getting to the airport on time, planning an itinerary, packing) — but multiplied because you have to please multiple personalities. It can feel like an almost insurmountable task to please every single person when planning a family reunion, friend getaway, or colleague retreat. You can’t do it all. But these 12 destinations have it all. Whether you need physical activities for the athletic members of your group, art museums for the cultural buffs, or spa treatments for those who just want to kick their feet up while they’re away, these 12 European destinations have enough variety to please all the different people in your group. Now all you have to do is make sure everybody stays on their best behavior.