Coaches provide a luxurious, warm and pleasant travel environment and they give you a genuine sense of adventure, seeing the countryside fly by out of the window as you travel to your destination.
They are also the safest mode of transport in most European countries, not to mention being the most cost-effective passenger transport ensuring you get value for money on your tour.
European Connoisseurs Travel is dedicated to helping reduce Carbon Emissions caused by the travel industry and providing comfortable executive coach trips to popular destinations is a means to achieve this.
According to the International Road Transport Union coaches require only half a litre of diesel fuel on average to carry one passenger over 100 kilometres, making them the most fuel-efficient mode of passenger transport. In short they cause less CO² than any other mode of transport.
Below is a list of the destinations where we can take you with a coach tour.
Flower auction visit at Aalsmeer, Netherlands plus optional Astrid Van den Berg Taster Workshop at 'Greenhouse'.
Enjoy a rare opportunity to see the 60th Anniversary Coronation Exhibition at Buckingham Palace.
Combine a visit to one of France’s most charming cities, Amiens, with a tour to the region’s world renowned gardens.
Amiens is a fascinating location, as rich in history as it is in sights.
With Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths as a backdrop, this Market has a very special atmosphere.
Boppard is a highly picturesque, Rhineland town with many historic buildings such as the Carmelite Monastery. Boppard has a charm and unmistakable natural beauty with stunning surroundings as well as numerous monuments representing its culture and history. This wonderful tasting experience will expand the wine lovers' palette to the beautiful selections of German wines.
The largest fishing port in Europe, with its cobbled square and vibrant market, its superb seafood restaurants and bistros, Boulogne is very appealing from across the Channel. It is the largest fishing port in France, with several fish markets to browse and purchase the freshest catch of the day.
Relive an amazing journey from the past by visiting the fascinating city of Bruges with its carefully cherished architectural and artistic treasures some dating from the 13th Century.
Hailed as ‘Europe’s most original Christmas Market’, with an impressive 240+ wooden chalets, and a spectacular big wheel, the Brussels Christmas Market has everything you are looking for and is the perfect Christmas mood-setter.
14 to 17 August 2014
In Brussels the spectacular Carpet of Flowers is on display for a five day period in August at the Grand Place Square, which in itself is one of the most memorable landmarks in Brussels.
Renowned for certain areas of natural and oustanding beauty, Devon boasts Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks as well as the famous Jurassic Coast in Dorset and East Devon.
Visit The Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan for a double bill of unusual, exotic and stunning flora and fauna.
At the National Commandery - September 2013
The Bilzen Flower Arrangement Event takes place every September, providing an unusually creative and interesting range of floral displays.
The Parc de Bagatelle at Neuilly in the Bois de Boulogne and the Jardins Albert Kahn represent the best of Gardens in Paris.
Ghent is a Belgian city steeped in history, and is full of museums and galleries. It makes the perfect setting for an atmospheric Christmas market and boasts 53 stalls selling everything from the finest foods to the perfect gifts to take back home for friends and family.
Open 20th March - 18th May 2014
Keukenhof in Holland is not only the world's largest garden park, it is reputedly the world's most beautiful! When you see it you will understand why it has this coveted reputation and has remained one of the most popular destinations in the Netherlands over the last 60 years.
3rd May 2014
This now legendary annual flower parade follows a 40 km route from Noordwijk to Haarlem and passes Keukenhof in the afternoon, over the ‘Keukenhof Corso Boulevard’ (Parade Boulevard).
The Belgian city of Leige on the river Meuse is in a central hub of a location – only a few miles from Maastricht in Holland and also Cologne in Germany. It has the thriving pulse of a city near other cities.
Formerly known as The Grand Christmas Happening Bruges, this is a stylish and festive event, which features all the newest trends in home and floral decoration.
Bournemouth, 11-13 July 2013
The NAFAS National Show 2013 will be held at the Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) between 11-13 July.
Whether you are strolling along the Seine, or soaking up city life from a sidewalk cafe, you will understand why Paris is synonymous with the word 'style'.
The Christmas Market at La Défense region, in the west of the city, has wonderfully decorated stalls, selling all kinds of festive gifts.
Staying in Reims at the heart of the Champagne region, visit the beautiful city of Epernay for a tour of a famous Champagne cellar and visit La Chocolatierie Thibaut.
Tastings at both are a delightful experience!
In November Rouen begins to celebrate the Christmas season in front of the Cathedral the Marché de Noël as over 40 stalls are erected to sell their seasonal wares.
Small hamlets, quiet country lanes, traditional villages and market towns, Rural Essex County provides an excellent touring base for the garden enthusiast.
Enjoy a weekend break in this historic part of Normandy in France. We will arrange for you a welcome dinner so you can settle into the tour in comfort and without any fuss. See the beaches where the D-Day landings took place, visit the 360 degree cinema and the Calvados Distillery. This is a truly unforgettable experience.
We organise tailor-made week end or short trips all year round with a floral bias for NAFAS Members.
Take a tour to the quilting heart-land of France and enjoy the inspirational sights, learning and shopping opportunities at the largest patchwork show in Europe.
In partnership with The Quilters’ Guild and Twisted Thread we offer you a choice of two tours to this wonderful show in Harrogate – one with an included visit to The Quilters’ Museum and Gallery in York.
Spend a relaxing day exploring a new city, and relax in open air restaurants, and discover unique boutiques amongst streets filled with history and character.
The historic town of York is the perfect setting for Christmas market stalls and festive fun and this annual event has become the most anticipated celebration in the York calendar.