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From bird’s-eye-view helicopter rides to thrilling Halloween activities, keep teenage boredom at bay on your next European getaway with one of these exciting city tours. Whichever destination you decide to visit, our knowledgeable concierges can give your family the keys to the city by effortlessly organising your chosen tour or activity.

Edinburgh – Mercat Ghost Tours

Get spooked on a chilling ghost tour of Edinburgh, where you’ll journey through haunted underground vaults and grisly graveyards. Not for the faint hearted!

London – London Helicopter Ride

Take in a panoramic bird’s-eye view of the British capital with a spellbinding helicopter ride over the city. Capturing the London Eye, Big Ben and St Pauls from above will give them plenty to post on Instagram.

Munich – BMW Factory Guided Tour

Motor-loving teens will adore this insider adventure around Munich’s BMW plant. Taking you behind the scenes of all areas of production, this tour reveals the secrets of an iconic German brand.

Florence – Ghosts, Mysteries and Legends of Florence

Weave around passageways and piazzas while discovering Florence’s tragic love stories, juicy Medici family feuds and sensational scandals. This compelling tour visits the seedy underbelly of the city.

Brussels – Tintin Route Tour

Organised by the Belgian Comic Strip Centre, Comic book fans will love following in the footsteps of the legendary Hergé, creator of Tintin. On this tour, you’ll discover all the enchanting details that link the cartoonist to Brussels, calling in at places that inspired him.  

Frankfurt – Morticus Ghost Tours

History and science combine in this gruesome Morticus tour that leads you around Frankfurt’s most mysterious locations. A full-on theatrical experience, actors re-enact famous myths and legends along the way.

Get inspired with these fantastic tours that will thrill even the fussiest of teenagers, and plan your next family break with Rocco Forte Hotels.


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