Spread out across its various constituent countries, Western Europe is a treasure trove of ancient monuments from fabulous palaces and imposing castles to heart-stoppingly beautiful churches and timeless historic quarters.
But Western Europe could never be described as living in the past. It remains a vibrant center of modern culture and its cities are overflowing with examples of some of the latest architecture, music and art.
Few places in the world scream ‘travel’ like Italy. Rome: a collection of ravishing Roman ruins and the Vatican; Venice: a sumptuous collection of canals and the ‘finest drawing room in the world’, St Mark’s Square; Florence: a tangled network of stunning streets spread out in the shadow of the Duomo.
Iceland is not only closer than you think, but far different than you ever imagined. Where else can you witness such marvels of Mother Nature as a tremendous icecap and several glaciers, spouting geysers and steaming solfataras, volcanoes (hopefully dormant), raging rivers and magnificent waterfalls, a multitude of birds, cavorting whales just offshore and many other surprises. Summers are surprisingly warm and winters not as cold as you might expect. Regardless of when you visit, be assured that the warmth shown by Icelanders, their desire to share their culture and the efforts made to make your stay as pleasant as possible will, like the spectacular landscape, never be forgotten.
Germany as a destination has become a country without borders, thrown open to visitors from all over the world. A country which is impressive in the way it connects the past, present and future; a country which also cordially invites you to visit the relics of that time and relive history.
Experience new things, have fun and relax.Vibrant cities with amazing architecture, fabulous shopping and pulsating nightlife. Enchanting medieval villages and traditional wine villages with friendly festivals and regional specialities. Picturesque countryside which is perfect for walking or simply relaxing in. Castles, palaces and abbeys that are the epitome of German romanticism. Fun & sport, wellness & relaxation. A land of a thousand possibilities.
Poland is one of the largest countries in Central Europe. Poland is an example of how a former communist country can transform itself successfully into a true democracy. Poland has gone trough major economic and politic changes in the last decade, which have made it into a modern and very attractive country. Despite its troubled history, Poland has managed to survive and to reinvent itself. Much of the credit for the country’s rebirth is attributed to the Polish people, who worked hard and sacrificed a lot for their country.
Poland’s gardens of Nature include the amber beaches of the Baltic Sea, lakes and rivers, mountains and forests. Here, you can find rest, relaxation, adventure and diverse tourist attractions.
Switzerland, the country of chocolate, cheese, watches and skiing slopes, is also: medieval old villages, castles, adventure, great food and wine. The breathtaking Swiss Alps leave a lasting impression, with mountain peaks that soar more than 4,000 meters into the sky. There are awe-inspiring glaciers and gigantic rock-formations abound. Frothy streams rush down mountains creating waterfalls that thunder into the valleys. And the reflections of windswept pines and larch trees shimmer on the mirror like surface of mountain lakes.
The diversity of the landlocked, mountainous country is the essence of Switzerland and gives the country its unique identity. Still, it is best known for its financial institutions, fine cheeses and chocolate, watch making industry, for its scenery and an excellent network of public transportation.