What comes to mind when you think of the word “shoulder”? Is it
the broad shoulders of a man—or the slender shoulders of a woman ---or the side
of the road? In European travel, it’s the “shoulder season” –those times in the
spring and late fall and winter when tourists have gone home and you can see the
sights without the crowds.
The best part about the shoulder season is that airfares are
lower, there’s more choice of dates and hotel, tour and cruise prices usually
tend to be lower too.
When it comes to Europe, there’s really no wrong time to go. All
of the culture, the history, the architecture and the galleries and museums are
there year-round. Yes, you may need an umbrella or a coat, but you will avoid
Let’s discuss how you can get in on this well -kept secret! So let’s get you booked!