U Time HighlightsWe don't always choose favorites, but we just had to share these.

You came to Europe to explore, and that's exactly what you're going to do. Our four itineraries are chock full of adventures to be had, new flavors to be savored and scenery to be wowed by. Here's a look onto what lies ahead on U Time - one of our favorite times of the day.

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Parisian RooftopParis, France

When in Paris, all you have to do to spot a classic element of culture is to look up. The iconic grey zinc rooftops of Paris are an integral part of the city’s history, and served as inspiration for Van Gogh and many other artists. Your U Time tour will take you high above the city, where you’ll be treated to incredible views of the rooftops of 19th century Haussmanian apartment buildings and 17th century townhouses.

Hang on - Rock climbing in Swiss FranconiaBamberg, Germany

Not that Switzerland. Swiss Franconia, the area around Bamberg that boasts some of the most accessible climbing areas in the world. During your U Time excursion, you’ll travel to this beautiful outdoor playground, consisting of 6,500 rock climbing routes etched into hollow crags and overhands, towers and massifs. Climbing pros can take on the Action Direct route, one of the most difficult free-climbing routes in the world. But don’t shy away, first timers. Our U hosts will be glad to show you the ropes while you dip your toes into the sport.

Say Cheese - Golden Age Dutch Cheese TastingAmsterdam, Netherlands

Life’s greatest pleasures usually have cheese involved. That’s a fact. And there will be plenty of cheese to go around during this unique U Time tasting experience at the Golden Age Cheese store in Amsterdam. You’ll learn how Dutch cheese is made and the differences between varieties. In between it all, you’ll enjoy plenty of samples of cheese paired with specially selected wines. Cheese is always a good decision.

A Vinter's DinnerDürnstein, Austria

The Saahs family pioneered organic wine making nearly 2,000 years ago, and their process remains very much the same to this day. The results? Some of the purest wine in the world. The Nikolaihof wine estate itself is as beautiful as the libations. You’ll have the chance to meet the Saahs and taste their wine under the Linden Tree canopy.