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The Ultimate European Tour for You and Your Drone

For many people, travelling across Europe to see the sights and experience the different cultures is definitely a bucket list activity not to be missed. However, unless you’re unemployed or you have very deep pockets, visiting every single country in Europe in one trip is a near impossible task, especially if you want to take your drone along with you. Different countries have different regulations in regards to commercial and recreational drone use, so you’ll need to brush up on these laws before you start your trip to avoid any costly fines or a run-in with the law.

Europe has plenty of remarkable sights that you’ll want to see and capture on your trip, it just takes a bit of careful planning to make the most of your time and money whilst traveling through the continent. Fortunately, the drone experts at the Case Farm have done the hard work for you and carefully planned the ultimate European tour for you and your drone; complete with drone regulation tips for the destinations in the guide.




If you’re new to Europe and the wonderfully diverse countries within it, I’ve put together a bit more information on the destinations in the Case Farm’s European tour to help you squeeze the maximum value out of your trip.


Scotland is a must-see spot if you plan to take a trip to the UK. No matter where you go in the country, you’ll get a feel for the country’s lively atmosphere, rich culture and picturesque scenery. If you get a chance, visit Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital, in the midst of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to see the city come alive and get a feel for true Scottish culture!


It doesn’t matter if you’re a party-person, or you’d rather have a quiet stroll seeing the sights; Spain has a little something for all tastes and preferences.

You won’t want to miss the infamous island of Ibiza for some of the world’s best nightlife, bars and clubs. On the other hand, if you want to make the most of Spain’s rich history, you have sights such as the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona’s gothic quarter and the Palacio de Cristal to choose from.


For nature and wildlife fans, Switzerland has a wealth of natural wonders and sights to explore. Switzerland is home to marvels such as the Rhine Falls, Europe’s largest waterfall, the Swiss Alps, and Lake Geneva, to name a few.

Not only is Switzerland famous for it’s stunning sights and natural beauty, it’s also famous for its cuisine. If you get a chance to visit the country, don’t forget to sample smooth Swiss chocolate and famous Swiss cheese dishes to see what Switzerland is all about.


Italy has so many wonderful sights to explore, that it’s almost impossible to narrow it down to the best destinations. The best places to visit will largely depend on the what you want to see.

For history buffs, Rome is the an essential destination to visit on your trip to Italy. Whereas for fans of fashion and the metropolitan lifestyle, Milan will be your best bet.


If you’re a fan of white sand beaches and incredible food, Greece is the place for you. As Greece is home to numerous islands and massive stretches of coastline, you can sample some of the most fresh and delicious seafood that money can buy in this country.

Other tasty dishes to try in Greece include:

  • Souvlaki
  • Gyro
  • Greek salad
  • Moussaka


Croatian festivals are some of the best in the world, so you won’t want to miss out on the experience on your visit to the country. Hideout, Outlook and Dimensions are just a few of the festivals that grace the shores of Croatia each year. Alternatively, if you fancy a more quiet trip, the old town in Dubrovnik is the perfect place to visit to sample the country’s rich history.


Germany is an incredibly diverse country with something for everyone to enjoy. You could sample a stein in a Biergarten, or even test your nerves on towering rides at the Eurosat theme park. No matter which town or city you visit in Germany, you’re likely to find something new to try, or an exciting experience to enjoy.


Last but by no means least, Norway. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights on a clear night, however, if you miss them there are a wealth of other sights to see on your trip. Some of these include:


  • The Nordic fjords
  • Seven Sisters Waterfall
  • Frogner Park
  • Bryggen
Victoria Brewood

Although very much British, Victoria always felt like she was meant to be living the 'American Dream'. She loves the US and has travelled to over 14 states.

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