Zagreb – Capital of Croatia was founded in the late 11th century along the left bank of the Medvescak creek. Today’s Zagreb has grown out of two medieval settlements that for centuries developed on neighboring hills and spread to the lowlands. You will enjoy walking trough its hidden streets and hearing all about its rich history and legends.
Budapest – the capital city of Hungary. With a unique, classic but youthful atmosphere, a world-class music scene as well as a pulsating night life and an exceptionally rich offering of natural thermal baths, Budapest is one of Europe’s most delightful and enjoyable cities, often referred to as”Paris of the East”.
Bratislava – capital of Slovakia – a city of rich history and great diversity offers a beautiful medieval inner city with small, winding streets, many historic churches, a castle on a hill next to the river Danube, but also has the biggest Communist era block housing complex in Central Europe. We will see how it all blends perfectly.
Prague – regarded by many as one of Europe’s most charming and beautiful cities full of magical bridges, towers and cathedrals overshadowed only by its majestic 9th century castle. Prague is also a modern and vibrant city full of energy, music, cultural art, fine dining and special events.
Ljubljana – Besides having everything that all the other modern capitals have, Ljubljana succeeded in maintaining the relaxed atmosphere of a small city. This picturesque and very vibrant city is full of surprises. The region that besides Ljubljana comprises 25 other municipalities is noted for its traditional hospitality, diverse nature, nice towns, castles, quality traditional restaurants and village churches with their rich artistic legacy.
Venice – unique and one of the most beautiful cities that was a major maritime power of the 10th century. Spread over 118 small islands, the whole city is an extraordinary architectural masterpiece in which even the smallest building contains works by some of the world’s greatest artists.
Istria – Istria is indeed a feast for the eyes. Its streams flow to the sea through deep valleys and gullies which bring to mind the ancient local myths about giants. Rolling hills overlook the fields and valleys with little towns perched on the peaks, recalling some old paintings. The view is splendid: white-topped mountains, lush wheat fields, plateaux, valleys, vineyards and olive groves on hillsides, and, finally the sea.