Art & History
7 months ago
Visit one of the most fascinating and undiscovered regions in Eastern Europe, with an outstanding history and culture. Transylvania, or the “Land behind the forests”, has preserved some of the most beautiful medieval towns in Eastern Europe. Experience the thrill of walking in Dracula’s footsteps, with an itinerary that will take you through all the places that carry the memory of the bloodthirsty Count.
You have the unique opportunity to visit two of the most beautiful countries in Eastern Europe: Romania and Bulgaria. Bulgaria is famous for its ancient towns such as Plovdiv and Veliko Tarnovo, rose oil production and for the Orthodox Rila Monastery. Its neighboring country, Romania, stands for untouched traditions, enchanting history and fairytale-like landscapes. Discover more on this tour!
Don't miss your chance to visit three of the most unique cities in Europe on this seven-day trip to Prague, Berlin and Warsaw! You'll fall in love with the classical vibe of Prague as you visit the Old Town and walk on the Charles Bridge. You'll enjoy the diversity of Berlin and the fun activities it has to offer from sightseeing to evening shows. Take in the beauty of Warsaw as you drive along the famous Royal Route from magnificent Castle Square to Lazienki Park and Palace. Doesn't that sound amazing?
Dive into a mystical trip and explore Russia’s heritage from the capital of Moscow to the historic city of St. Petersburg. The remarkable archives of Moscow will leave you speechless as you wander through the famous Red Square. Artists, philosophers, musicians, and writers have all left a mark on this city at some point. As you take a train to St. Petersburg, you will be in awe as the meticulously designed Peter and Paul Cathedral comes into your line of sight. Works by artists such as Leonardo da Vinci are preserved here, and don’t forget of course the famous Hermitage, one of the oldest and largest museums in existence!
Fall in love with beautiful Slovenia on this one-week trip to Bled, Nova Gorica,Ljubljana and Piran! Go on sightseeing tours of the Slovenian capital then head to the Karst region, a majestic limestone plateau that extends across the border of southwestern Slovenia and northeastern Italy. You will also take a scenic drive along the emerald green Soca River, through Kobarid Settlement, and end your trip gazing at the beauty of Lake Bohinj in Bled.