• Hungary (Budapest)
  • Czech Republic (Prague)
  • Austria (Vienna)

For all those loving classical sights, the obvious looks of old heritage and calm streets, perfect place for nice moments of leisure are some of the cities in Central Europe.
Great opportunity and advantage that every traveler usually uses is the fact that these three famous destinations, old capitals are all located quite near to each other, just in the heart of Europe and when visiting one it comes somehow logical to go for the other two too.
Never too crowded as Paris or London; especially Budapest and Prague are homes to opera houses, wonderful bridges, dreamy coffee shops and Vienna is the home to the Europe's most beautiful palaces like the one dating to the time of Hapsburg rulers - famous Schönbrunn Palace that contains more than 1.400 rooms and is the true icon of Baroque style. It is also well known that Austria is one of the top destinations for winter tourism, having dozens of ski resorts including famous Kitzbühel.

Famous Places

  • Fisherman's Bastion
  • Szechenyi Chain Bridge
  • Heroes' Square
  • Schönbrunn Palace
  • Belvedere Palace
  • Vienna Kunstorisches Museum
  • Old Town Tower Bridge
  • Prague Castle
  • Lennon Wall


  • Spain (Barcelona, Bilbao, Madrid)
  • Italy (Florence, Venice, Rome)
  • Greece (Athens, Crete, Santorini)

Relatively big area that Southern Europe occupies, make this part of Europe quite diverse because the countries and coasts sharing Mediterranean sea, all from far Portugal on the west till Turkey in the east are all having specific and unique cultures.
Antiquity mixed with modernity, a common past associated with old civilizations and world's most beautiful Cote d'Azur make Southern Europe look like real heaven in the eyes of any traveler.
Vibrant Barcelona, Eternal City-Rome or archaeological sites such Athens, Peloponnese or Crete which still magnify the glory of Ancient Greece will all simply make you feel that you are embracing the life and fill you with secret happiness that you face just when exploring new.

Famous Places

  • Calle Mayor
  • Royal Palace of Spain
  • La Sagrada Familia
  • Colosseum
  • Vatican Museums
  • Santa Maria del Fiore
  • Acropolis and Parthenon
  • Santorini
  • Park G�ell


  • UK (London, Dublin, Edinburgh)
  • France (Paris, Nice, Saint Trope)
  • Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Western Europe is a vibrant center of modern culture, unique architecture and classical lifestyle. It is the main meeting point for artists, actors, fashion designers and all romantic souls. Definitely, its most famous and number one place to visit is capital of France-Paris. The City of Lights, City of Love and the place where so many nations live so closely, sharing their history and cultivating good relationships. London, more musically oriented offers probably more in this aspect than any other capital in Old continent.
From the concert holes, theaters, night clubs till its famous old-fashion pubs, London is place for diverse activities and surely a point for cool and rich nightlife. On the other side, if you like to wander and you are true nature lover, Scotland and Ireland with its open cliffs and cold winds are ideal locations for your next travel. Smaller countries, the neighbors of France such Belgium and Netherlands should also take a place on "must visit" list, primarily because they are one of Europe's indigenous, classical locations with great infrastructure and epic buildings such Atomium and European Parliament.

Famous Places

  • Eiffel Tower
  • Louvre Museum
  • Disneyland Paris
  • Winsdor Castle
  • Westminster Abbey
  • Big Ben
  • Guinness Storehouse Dublin
  • Atomium Brussels
  • Van Gogh Museum