Central & Eastern Europe

This large and important region stretching from the Baltic Sea in the north to the Adriatic in the south is home to the fabled mountain range of the Alps and some of  the world’s most prosperous old and preserved cities. While ethnically different, the countries of Central Europe share a similar culture and history. It is very well connected within Europe and with the rest of the world.


From the Black Sea coastline, a mountainous interior and rivers to the the Danube river, Bulgaria is a cultural melting pot with Greek, Slavic, Ottoman, and Persian influences.


Romania is a dynamic country located at the crossroads of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe, rich in history, arts and scenic beauty.


Slovenia is a real “Europe in miniature”, it is also called “Switzerland of the Balkans”, offering you a wide range of geographical diversity: mountains & beautiful lakes, magnificent karst caves, the welcoming coastline, lively urban centres and a gentle landscape of plains, rivers, hills and vineyards.


Nestled in the heart of Europe, Slovakia is a little gem, underrated and unexplored. For such a small country it is astonishing that it packs in so much - diverse regions, rich folk history, stunning landscapes, activities galore, numerous UNESCO sites and so much more.


This small country is one of the oldest European countries, situated in the middle of the continent in Central Europe. It boasts with one of the world’s most beautiful cities, the “Pearl of the Danube”, Central Europe’s largest freshwater lake, hundreds of therapeutic mineral springs and the legendary Hungarian hospitality.


Austria is a wonderfully uncomplicated place to visit located in the heart of Europe. It is a country of contrasts boasting sophisticated cities crammed with culture-seeking tourists as well as epic Alpine scenery and snowy slopes brimming with skiers. 

Czech Republic

Known to be one of the countries having the highest numbers of castles and chateaux, Czech Republic is a landlocked country located in Central Europe.


Poland - a country of rich history and cultural heritage, beautiful nature, with Europe’s oldest primeval forest and an exciting modern atmosphere.

Southern Europe

Southern Europe includes the Iberian Peninsula, the Italian Peninsula, and the Balkan Peninsula. These three peninsulas are separated from the rest of Europe by towering mountain ranges. Located in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea provide them with very different types of climates.


Albania is an unspoilt gem, still spared from the invasion of tourism, and it will not leave you unmoved. Hurry to discover it before the masses rush in!

North Macedonia

In Macedonia, you will find all the ingredients for a perfect holiday: beautiful nature, ancient and modern architecture, ecotourism, adventure tourism, religious tourism, and much more.


Sea salt, the smell of mountain chalets, the eternal snows, mimosa, stone steps in old towns, oleanders, the smell of homemade bread... Montenegro is unforgettable, individual, exceptional.


A destination of a thousand treasures, Serbia is proud of its fortresses, monasteries, historical monuments, archaeological sites, parks, mountains, river cruises, wine routes as well as its food and festivals.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

From incredible captivating nature to grand architecture rising up hills, turbulent history and some of the most welcoming people you will ever meet... Bosnia is Europe's hidden gem.


An untouched coastline of crystal clear water, over ten thousand islands and islets with countless beaches and hidden bays, a rich cultural and historical UNESCO World Heritage Site, the breath-taking landscapes... Croatia is a paradise that will capture your heart!


Whatever your taste in travel, you’ll satisfy it in this country that is both exotic and familiar. History, art, food, music, architecture, culture, sacred sites, charming villages, and stunning scenery are all around, and in an amazing atmosphere.


Portugal with its old-fashioned charm has it all... medieval castles and picture-perfect villages, flower-covered hillsides and sun-kissed beaches, dramatic end-of-the-world cliffs and long sandy islands of Portugal’s coastline. Don't forget the country’s capital, Lisbon, and its northern rival, Porto, magical places for the wanderer.


Spain attracts every year millions of foreign tourists making it one the most popular tourist destination in the world. Beyond urban Spain, there is another to discover: the nature here is amazing and you can find nearly everything: from Alpine peaks to the amazing sea cliffs on the Atlantic coast and the beauty of the Mediterranean Sea.