Experience Russia’s two fascinating and contrasting capitals. Delve into the country’s turbulent political past with visits to the Kremlin and the Red Square in Moscow and admire the canals of elegant St Petersburg. Continue reading
Journey through six of Eastern Europe’s most fascinating and historic countries on this 19 day Adventure Tour. There are countless off-the-beaten-track gems to discover including villages where centuries-old traditions are still a part of every day life, fairytale castles perched on hillsides, beautiful wooden churches and towering mountain ranges. Continue reading
A turbulant past, a captivating present and a continuously changing future, we visit countries that were once hidden behind the Iron Curtain. Learn about the Holocaust at Auschwitz, visit Vienna, one of the most musical cities in the world and indulge in the hot baths of Budapest. Continue reading
New for 2017 In a week sample a portion of Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Starting in Warsaw, we travel to Kraków, the base for an included excursion to Auschwitz. Next it’s off to Slovakia, where you can enjoy the crisp mountain air of the High Tatras Mountains and plenty of hiking trails to explore. Continue reading
On this short tour you will get to visit the historic old towns of five distinct Eastern-European capitals. Many being so well preserved, there are countless cathedrals, marketplaces, plazas and cobbled streets to be explored and European charm in abundance. You will also explore the harrowing but historically-significant Auschwitz concentration camp. Continue reading
This fascinating journey takes you from the dazzling capital of Russia through the little known Baltic states and countries once hidden behind the Iron Curtain to Budapest, Hungary’s charming capital. Immerse yourself in the deep history, diverse cultures and warmth of the local people as you travel through cosmopolitan cities and towering mountain ranges.
Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary
In the city centre we load our bikes on the underground and after a few stops we are on the top of one of Prague‘s hills. Here lays the Stodulky district with itsmany huge prefab apartment blocks that we will explore, riding along a bike path which zig zags between them. Continue reading