Although a small country, The Czech Republic is graced with a vast amount of architectural treasures and has beautiful forests and mountains to match.
Discover hundreds of ancient castles, monasteries and stately mansions, and entire towns with their cobbled narrow streets that give the impression of being comprehensive artefacts. Explore its history through centuries of different rulers.
In Prague feel the vibe and the rhythm of modern life.Prague, capital of the Czech Republic, charms not only with its Gothic, medieval and Art Nouveau architecture, but also stands as a modern and vibrant city full of energy, music and art, at night even more so than during daytime
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Captured in art, poetry and music, the Danube River is one of the world's most romantic waterways. At 1,780 miles long, the Danube is Europe’s longest river, flowing from west to east, from Germany through Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia and Romania to the Black Sea. Sail down the River Danube and admire the subtle changes in the passing scenery.
A work of art in itself and a true Art Deco icon, the legendary Venice Simplon-Orient-Express train offers one of the most celebrated and romantic journeys in the world. The classic journeys take you to great European cities, including London, Paris, Venice, Prague, Vienna and Budapest.
Discover centuries of European history with its culture and architecture in Prague and Budapest and feel transformed back hundreds of years as if time had stood still; but even more so be charmed by today’s life in these vibrant cities full of energy, music and art.
We've brought together Eastern Europe's must-see cities — Prague and Budapest. Walk with your specialized guides and explore the architecture gems and marvelous structures. Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, has always been influenced by European art and culture owing to the fact that the Danube Road connected Western Europe with the Orient.