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Central Europe

It includes Austria, Hungary and the Visegrád countries Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia. This region is a popular tourist destination that is known for it’s rich history, beautiful scenaries, and historical sites. There are many activities to do in Central Europe ensuring that visitors have an adventurous time. There are a lot of castles and historical sites to visit. Central Europe has mouthwatering cuisines and some of the world’s finest liquor. This region is packed with natural beauty.

Hungary Tours

The Hungarian people have lived in the center of Europe more than 1,100 years. Despite frequent upheavals throughout history, Hungary boasts a heritage and language resembling no other. Absorb and experience the unparalleled panorama and cultural influence of Budapest. Hungary’s capital is known as “the Pearl of the Danube,” and features several UNESCO World Heritage sites. Second only to Iceland in reserves of surface thermal water, rejuvenate the mind and body in hundreds of natural hot springs. The UNESCO-listed Tokaj Vineyards, one of 22 wine regions in Hungary, produces the Tokaj dessert wine, widely known as “the King of wines and the wine of Kings”.

Czechia Tours

Since ancient times, the crossroads of European cultures lies in the Czech countryside. Charming towns, castles and the most chateaux per square mile of any country in the world dot the landscape. Ancient villages and luxury spas wait to inspire and relax you. Despite its small size, the Czech Republic’s wealth of natural beauty and monuments of UNESCO cultural heritage add to its global stature as a major cultural destination.

Poland Tours

Poland can be well defined as a destination of forested rolling hills and thousands of lakes. The legacy of bygone centuries includes monuments of architecture, historical mementos and masterpieces of art. These attributes perfectly combine to create a wealth of enlightenment and entertainment that can only be found in Poland. Museums, modern art galleries and concert halls on par with spectacular national parks, natural protected areas and sport facilities satisfy even the most demanding guests. Truly impressive game dishes and the specialties of regional cuisine should not to be missed. Explore diverse entertainment and shopping, as well as cultural events on your trip to Poland

Austria Tours

The Alps, the Danube Valley, and the steppes of the Pannonian plain give Austria an immensely diverse and breath-taking landscape. The diversity stretches from the elegance of Vienna in the north, to the Italian influenced warmth of the Carinthian mountains in the south. Historical treasures from many centuries stand facing modern art and architecture in cities and picturesque towns, makes the country the cultural heart of Europe. The welcoming warmth and gracious hospitality of the Austrians and the country’s intriguing cuisine make it a much sought-after holiday destination.

Slovakia Tours

A large part of Slovak landscape is protected within nine national parks. Explore Slovakia’s most famous natural wonder, the karst regions of limestone canyons and caves. Taste sweet tokay in an authentic wine cellar or savor a meal of halušky with bryndza cheese. Kneel beneath the tallest Gothic wooden altar in the world or tour the Kremnica Mint that has been  creating coins since 1328, in it’s the oldest continuously running manufacturer in the world. Historic mining towns, deep caverns, authentic folklore, and cultural life in Bratislava and Košice add to the distinct experiences in Slovakia