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We can put together a tailor-made package for groups, families, couples or individual options to the following stunning destinations:
One of the largest countries in Europe, Germany rich history goes back 2000 years and boasts hundreds of medieval castles, churches, picturesque villages and market towns. It is home to Frankfurt, Berlin, Heidelberg, one of the world’s oldest universities was established in 1386, and the annual Oktoberfest in Munich.
Germany’s landscape is as rich and varied as its breath-taking architecture with majestic mountains in the south, sandy rolling plains in the north and vast agricultures heathlands in the east. The Rhine River who’s source is in Switzerland flows to the north capturing the imagination of artists, writers and singers.
Germany welcomes millions of tourists every year all keen to savour its natural beauty, historical monuments and sample its delectable cuisine.
Austria, the birthplace of Mozart, has given the world so much including skis, the opera, the waltz and the schnitzel. Once the seat of the all-powerful Austro-Hungarian Empire, Austria boasts an endless array of breath-taking architectural marvels including castles and palaces as well as quaint historic towns.
The beating heart of Austria is beautiful Vienna, the former seat of the Holy Roman Empire. Salzburg, hailed at one of Europe’s key musical cities, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Salzburg also hosts the largest untouched medieval castle on the continent, the Hohensalzburg Fortress.
Innsbruck, Hallstatt and Tyrol are also major site seeing spots. Austria enjoys a thriving tourism industry with millions visiting all year round for the ski season or to enjoy the many sites and rich culture and cuisine.
The Alpes, stunning lakes, watchmaking, mouth-watering chocolate and cheese are just some of the many draws to wonderful Switzerland. While the Swiss consume more chocolate than any other country in the world and produce over 400 types of cheese, the country has far more to offer its millions of visitors.
Interlaken, Berne, Zurich and Geneva are popular places to explore. St. Moritz is the skiing hotspot of Europe and has hosted the Olympic Games twice. The summer offers enthusiastic hikers a unique paradise with a plethora of green covered magnificent mountains, resplendent lakes and quaint fairy tale like villages.
Switzerland boasts an infinite number of museums and architecture. Foodies will no doubt delight in Swiss cuisine which is a rich combination of Italian, French and German delicacies.
The Czech Republic is home to a feast of modern and classical architecture from medieval castles and bridges, folk architecture to quaint towns and villages. The country boasts16 UNESCO sites which are all worthy of a visit. Bohemian glass production is at the core with each region specializing in their own unique style.
Countless factories offer visitors a glimpse into the complex art of glass making and offers the opportunity to bring back a truly unique piece home. The Czech Republic is also internationally known for its high-quality garnet jewellery, its good food, beer, vibrant nightlife and the many natural springs, that have been a favourite with the ancient Romans and Celts.
Today, millions travel seeking the powerful healing powers found in Karlovary, Mariánské Lázně and Františkovy Lázně.
Hungary first became popular amongst tourists three decades ago with millions flocking to enjoy the country’s 1,300 thermal springs. Renowned for two millennia for their powers of cleansing, healing and relaxations, the thermal waters were first appreciated by the Romans.
Budapest is of particular interests with Buda Castle, the Parliament Building and City Park immerging as firm favourites with visitors and locals alike. The famed Andrassy Avenue has been recognized as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once part part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, visitors today delight in beautiful coffee houses serving delicious traditional food and drink.
Two hundred caves that lie beneath the capital are also open to visitors with the largest found in the Buda Hills. The rest of the country’s landscape is characterised by the Danube, with freshwater lakes such as Lake Balaton, lush green plains and the majestic mountains that line the northern shores.