Sparkling cities, diverting museums, shops, romantic vibe restaurants, epic nightlife, breathtaking recreation and architecture are the proof why is it called the “DREAM DESTINATION”
Budapest A scenic cruise on a private boat on the romantic danube while savouring a tasty dinner selection of Hungarian specialties and drinks and seeing Budapest's spectacular illuminations which give it the nickname 'The Paris of the East"
Heroe's Hall & the Millennium Monument &Matthias Church
Matthias Church is a Roman Catholic church located in Budapest, Hungary, in front of the Fisherman's Bastion at the heart of Buda's Castle District. According to church tradition, it was originally built in Romanesque style in 1015, although no archaeological remains exist.The current building was constructed in the florid late Gothic style in the second half of the 14th century and was extensively restored in the late 19th century. It was the second largest church of medieval Buda and the seventh largest church of the medieval Hungarian Kingdom.
The spirit of Warsaw and the music of Chopin go hand in hand. The exclusive private recital of his music was performed for us by a celebrated Polish pianist Katarzyna Glensk in one of Warsaw's old summer palaces.
Poznan Poland Church St. Anthony
It rises on the slope of Przemysł Hill, west of the Old Market Square. Conventual Franciscans (in black habits) came to Poznań in the first half of the 17th century. In 1646 they built a wooden church and monastery near Grobla (in the spot occupied today by the All Saints Church), and when those burnt down ten years later, they took over the St Roch Church in Miasteczko. In 1668 they were granted permission to settle inside the city walls.
The construction of a church was begun in 1674. Being located in close proximity to the city walls, it suffered severe damage in 1704 during the siege of the city. The church was eventually completed in 1757.
Poznan Town Square
Two goats butting their heads are the symbol of Poznan which made the town famous for its display of mechanical fighting goats played out daily at noon above the clock on the front wall of the historic building in the city of Poznan.
Considered Poland's greatest composer, Frédéric Chopin focused his efforts on piano composition and was a strong influence on composers who followed him.
Wilanów Palace or Wilanowski Palace is a royal palace located in the Wilanów district, Warsaw. Wilanów Palace survived Poland's partitions and both World Wars, and so serves as a reminder of the culture of the Polish state as it was before the misfortunes of the 18th century. It is one of Poland's most important monuments. The Palace's museum, established in 1805, is a repository of the country's royal and artistic heritage. The palace and park in Wilanów hosts cultural events and concerts, including Summer Royal Concerts in the Rose Garden and the International Summer Early Music Academy.
The palace, together with other elements of Warsaw Old Town, is one of Poland's official national Historic Monuments (Pomnik historii), as designated September 16, 1994. Its listing is maintained by the National Heritage Board of Poland.
Since 2006, the palace has been a member of the international association of European Royal Residences
A must visit resto in Vienna! It represents the tradition and history of Austria in its own unique, amazing way. Non-stop classical Austrian music and antique furnitures and decoration literally stuffed all over the place.
Prague, Czech Republic.
Had few drinks in one of the old town's quaint resto bar
Slovakia is a central European country known for its dramatic natural landscape and many castles. Near the Austrian border, capital city Bratislava features a pedestrian-only Old Town with a lively cafe scene.
Breathtaking paradise, metropolitan areas and recreational activities spectacular romance with beauty and elegance, indeed that tourists will never run out for choices.
Housing ancient Roman and Greek art collections, Babylonians and Persian antiques. Memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe
A German town in northern Bavaria known for its medieval architecture. Half-timbered houses line the cobblestone lanes of its old town.
St. Jakobs-Kirche at Rothenburg
A historic Lutheran church built 1311-1484 which serves as a church on the pilgrimage route to St. James Church in Santiago de Campostela, Spain. Its western gallery contains the famous altar of the Holy Blood named for the rare relic which contains a small sample of Christ's blood.
St. James Franciscan Church - oldest church in town
back to 1309 or now 703 years ago
Jews lived in Germany. However, following the growth of Nazism and its antisemitic ideology and policies, the Jewish community was severely persecuted. Over half (approximately 304,000) emigrated during the first six years of the Nazi dictatorship.
Northern German Plain
The North German Plain or Northern Lowland (German: Norddeutsches Tiefland) is one of the major geographical regions of Germany. It is the German part of the North European Plain. The region is bounded by the coasts of the North Sea and Baltic Sea to the north and Germany's Central Uplands (die Mittelgebirge) to the south.
A medieval building in the Aldstadt of Frankfurt Main, Germany and one of the city's most important landmarks. It has been the city hall of Frankfurt for over 600 years. Most of Frankfurt’s historical core was destroyed in air raids in 1945. Although the city rebuilt mostly modern, some historic buildings were restored including the Römer Rathaus and half-timbered buildings on Römerberg. The old town is small and flat making historic Frankfurt a nice city to explore
Eiffel Tower, Paris, France
When in Paris it is impossible that you will not captivate by the 300 meters tall (984 ft) Eiffel Tower. Nobody would dare to resist the luscious and one of world’s famous structures twice as high as the Washington Monument.
From the brutal past of the Norman invasion England 1066 to the D-Day landings now it is still arresting in positive way because of its stunning landscapes, cathedrals and museums.
Inside is a staggering 35 tons of natural ice sculpted into a real bar, furniture, walls, everything is made of ice. State-of-the-art light effects flood the Ice Bar with light in all the colors you can think of and great party tunes. Drinks are served in glasses made of ice.
The 2016 French Open was a tennis tournament played on outdoor clay courts. It was the 115th edition of the French Open and the second Grand Slam event of the year. It took place at the Stade Roland Garros from 22 May to 5 June and consisted of events for professional players in singles, doubles and mixed doubles play.
We are very happy and proud to be interviewed by Duke François de Cossè-Brissac, the 13th Duke of Brissac, a title of French nobility in the Peerage of France Going to Roland Garros is a dream come true!