Want to get a head start on your spring getaway? Alan Batista Travel has you covered

Looking for inspiration for your next big vacation? Hoping to check something off your bucket list? Regardless of why you want to travel, spring is a fantastic time to explore the world. However, dream vacations are not always a dream to organize, which is where Allen Batista Travel comes into play. This spring, the company will host five tours of cultural highlights, from classic Greece, Costa Rica and Havana to India’s Golden Triangle, the Maldives and Mexico City, to keep your travel diary busy.

Not convinced? Because of the favorable exchange rate between the US dollar and the euro compared to many local currencies, travelers looking for a spring break will get a lot of value for their money. For specific examples and a trip overview, check out some of the destinations below.

The Classical Greece Tour delves into the country’s rich cultural heritage. Over the course of 11 days, you will go on a sightseeing tour that explores well-known tourist attractions such as the Acropolis, the Temples of Zeus and Athena Nike (site of the first Olympic Games), the Corinth Canal and various other attractions.

Apart from the historical sites, tourists will have a chance to taste authentic Greek food and wine, as well as enjoy traditional Greek folk music and dance performances.

Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, Costa Rica is a place for a mild adventure getaway. The all-inclusive package includes spacious villas with scenic views of the Pacific Ocean and rainforest, as well as unforgettable tours of Cano Island and Corcovado National Park. To top it off, every day there will be three delicious meals and an unlimited selection of natural juices and coffee.

Travel to Delhi, Agra and Jaipur for ten days and nine nights on a sightseeing tour that takes travelers to India’s Golden Triangle. During this tour, tourists will see the Taj Mahal at sunrise, ride a camel in Pushkar, take a boat ride in Udaipur and experience a traditional and authentic Rajasthani dinner with folk dance and music in Jaipur.

Note: The mandatory tourist visa is not included in the price

The Havana, Cuba Cultural Tour takes a lot of effort to showcase the place’s rich history, culture, and cuisine during a five-day, overnight sightseeing tour of the once forbidden city. During the trip, travelers will experience a two-hour classic car sightseeing tour of Old Havana, taste regional rum and coffee, visit a local farm and learn how sugar cane is pressed to become sugar, participate in interactive dance classes and will visit local museums to really immerse yourself in the vibrant culture.

Nestled in the Arabian Sea of ​​the Indian Ocean, Maldives is the best place for ecotourism. The land tour includes endless snorkeling opportunities, a private island vacation (two actually), dolphin watching, a sunset cruise, and delicious cuisine.

Plus, you can decide exactly how long you want to spend in paradise by choosing between three-, five- and seven-night packages. They all feature spacious accommodation and a daily breakfast.

Mexico City is the oldest city in North America and was founded by Indians. It’s also a world-class destination known for its rich culture, amazing food and incredible nightlife. Over seven fun-filled days, travelers will uncover the history of the city, explore Aztec sites such as the Templo Mayor, the Pyramid of Teotihuacan (Pyramid of the Sun), visit the world-famous Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, spend a day meandering through Cuernavaca and Taxco and jump to many other attractions.

Want to book an adventure (or something more relaxing)? Contact Allen Batista Travel.

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