Argentina, with its spectacular nature, cosmopolitan cities and a mix of different cultural influences, is definitely an extraordinary destination.
It has a surface area of 2.78 million square meters, covering a length of almost 4,000 km from its subtropical north to the Tierra del Fuego. Its huge territory embraces a wide variety of climates and ecosystems.
Within each one of the provinces that compose Argentina, different attractions, destinations, and treasures impossible to imagine are to be discovered. Just dive into them to start touring endless horizons, cities and landscapes which will stimulate you when starting your journey.
Infinite landscapes with mountains chains, passes, ravines, rivers, lakes, lagoons, countryside and sea await those who are willing to go and look for them.
And not to forget… Barbecue cooked to perfection and delicious wines!
Argentina is full of high-end experiences and for the most demanding tourists in the world.
For all these features and for a myriad of others, the country is one of the top destinations in the world to visit!
A tiny country with a remarkable history and variation of landscapes. From the mountain peaks of the Alps to the step lakes of the Hungarian border, along the wonderful Danube river and the valleys of Tyrol and into the dazzling cities of Vienna, Salzburg or Innsbruck with its rich history and culture. Music is important in Austria, major composers like Mozart, Strauss, Beethoven or Mahler lived in Austria and you can feel this until today in numerous world-renowed music festivals that are organized every summer.
Sustainability and high quality of local products used in Austrian´s kitchens create an interesting offer for responsible travellers.
There are few locations in Europe that feel more at home than Belgium, a multilingual country smack dab in the middle of Western Europe that Dutch-speaking Flemish call Belgie in the north and French-speaking Wallons call La Belgique in the south. This north-south cultural and linguistic split is, in fact, what makes this strangely intimate nation with such miserable damp weather so unexpectedly
appealing. Amble in the shadow of art nouveau architecture in its capital, Brussels: pay homage to the EU headquarters; succumb to the sweet seduction of the finest chocolate; immerse yourself in Antwerp’s vibrant fashion scene and cool bars; down a fine local beer and discover why this is what Belgians north and south refer to as the good life.
Brazil is the fifth largest nation in the world, both in terms of area and population, a country
listed among the largest democracies and economies on the planet, covering most of the South American continent.
For many people, the opening chapter of their Brazilian history will be Rio de Janeiro, clearly the most recognizable of all Brazilian cities. Charles Darwin noted that Rio was “more magnificent than anything any European has ever seen in his home country.” But Brazil is much more than Rio de Janeiro… It is a country of many hidden treasures.
Very few destinations offer options as varied as Brazil. Its natural beauties, popular festivals and countless protected environmental reserves are invaluable attractions, which surprise foreign tourists when time comes to choose their holiday destination.
The Brazilians themselves are as diverse as the landscapes. The mix of breeds has made Brazil a culturally rich and at the same time unique country. The result is a happy people, open to everything new, a people that can only be found in Brazil where no one is a foreigner.
Brazil is full of surprises, from typical German towns to Native Indian tribes, they country will amaze you!
Come to Chile, where the impossible is possible, and be amazed by its nature.
The country has a lot to offer, as: Space observation in the Atacama Desert, millenary glaciers in the southernmost areas of the planet, magical forests and lakes located at the foot of imposing volcanoes. Islands full of legends, wine tradition, great challenges to climb and a Santiago that breathes modernity and accessibility.
An extensive territory with wide horizons, where the sensation of being alive floods you, connects you with nature and invites you to explore pristine lands. A challenge to the senses, where its people and all its culture will pleasantly surprise you with their kindness and hospitality. A completely new experience where whales can fly, the desert is stained with flowers, and you can enjoy all four seasons of the year in one day.
North of Chile, we can find the driest desert in the world, San Pedro de Atacama.
NASA says that the surface of the Valley of the Moon is like having a little piece of Mars on Earth. Meet mummies older than the Egyptians themselves, they are the Chinchorro! Santiago, the capital, where you will see not only a cosmopolitan, modern and very safe city, but you will also love the valleys nestled between the sea and the Andes Mountains, which gives life to a land of flavors that awaken the senses.
Rapa Nui, the Easter Island, an island also known as “The Navel of the World” full of enigmas and mythical legends of an ancient culture that enrich the landscapes and natural beaches of this magnificent destination, in Chilean Polynesia.
South is where you will find beautiful lakes and volcanoes. Where you can practice water sports in lakes and rivers, enjoy a day of fishing or explore the varied flora and fauna in the reserves and national parks. And also live in first person, the traditions of the Mapuche culture, sleeping in a ruca or trying the typical dishes of the area.
Get to know Chilean Patagonia and Antarctica, where due to its great breadth, we will see landscapes full of native forests that occupy 24% of the national territory, fjords, and glaciers. Our great must-see in the south of the country, Torres del Paine National Park, declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1978, and the 8th wonder of the world, is the ideal place for adventurers, lovers of trekking, nature and its immensity.
You can even navigate the Strait of Magellan by boat or kayak and be amazed by the penguins that welcome you very kindly on Magdalena Island.
A country where each experience is both indescribable and fascinating.
A land of dreamers and unforgettable experiences, where the ocean and the snow coexist in the same place; where the leafy landscapes and the thick rivers, described by history and the great literary works, are filled with sighs at the expense of their visitors.
A strategic location in the heart of the American continent, on the equator, makes Colombia the gateway to South America. A paradise of 365 days, accompanied by a tropical climate in which there are no seasons, but contrasts and biodiversity to test your imagination.
In Colombia rhythm is in the blood. It is a country that makes you vibrate with its emotions, where you can choose the destination of your preference. In each of the regions there is a different rhythm to do what you like best. Adventure tourism, relaxation in the Caribbean Sea, multiple cultural activities, the best gastronomy, so that you can make your trip an unforgettable experience.
Discover the landscapes and natural treasures of Colombia. Feel the vibrations produced by the warm or cold wind on your skin; travel through vast plains and leafy mountains, overflowing with species of fauna and flora; immerse yourself in imposing jungles, where trees seem to caress the sky; visit majestic oceans, abundant in species, colors, and magic.
Tourism in this country is experiencing an unprecedented boom and is already the second most important source of foreign exchange after the hydrocarbon and oil business, displacing traditional industries such as coffee and bananas. In five years, the number of visitors to Colombia went from one million to over six million, according to official numbers.
Without a doubt, touring Colombia becomes an experience that your five senses will remember.
Located right in the heart of Europe, the Czech Republic is reachable from majority of European countries event by car, bus or train!
Prague airport has become a hub within the area with over 70 airlines reaching out to over 160 destinations worldwide.
Safety first: The Czech Republic has been awarded the 8th safest destination in the world by the Global Peace Index in 2020!
Cultural heritage and modern vibes: Prague ranks constantly under the top 10 most beautiful capitals in the world and combines incomparably its cultural heritage (classified Unesco World Heritage) with the vibe of a modern city.
Discover also historical heritage of the Czech Republic: the most interesting castles and chateaux, UNESCO monuments and also the fascinating atmosphere of ancient cities.
The oldest kingdom in the world and the land of fairytales welcomes you. History and
good food oozes from this country. Green living and “hygge” is a way of life. The capital Copenhagen is home to 1.3 million inhabitants, but still small enough to see everything in one day.
Visit the cobbled streets of the old part of Copenhagen, visit the world-famous amusement park Tivoli, right in the center of the city. Try new Nordic cuisine that was invented here or maybe explore world famous Danish design.
The capital Helsinki is the cosmopolitan gateway between the east and the west with everything a capital has to offer. In the north we have Lapland.
Lapland is, of course, where Santa Claus lives. You can even visit him and try all the other things Lapland has to offer like snowmobiling, reindeer ride or husky ride. And if you feel adventurous maybe try snow rally. Lapland is also a great place to hunt the Northern Light.
Germany is the geographical link between Western and Eastern Europe. From the Alps in the south to the North Sea and the Baltic Sea in the north, it includes various picturesque landscapes including the Black Forest, the UNESCO World Heritage Middle Rhine Valley or the lake region of its north-eastern state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. With the Danube and Rhine, the country lends itself to river cruises. And it famous, of course, for its vibrant and hip capital Berlin, the traditional Munich or maritime Hamburg. You will find charming medieval cities like Nuremberg or thematic itineraries such as the Romantic Road. And, last but not least, Germany boasts a plethora of castles and palaces that welcome you for visits or overnight stays.
“It takes a lifetime for someone to discover Greece, but it only takes an instant to fall in love with her” – Henry Miller
Whether you want to relax, do any kind of outdoor activities, or just be creative by interactively learning its traditions, Greece will offer you unforgettable memories.
Enjoy the beauty & treasures of Greece all year round!
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We are a global and independent network. We believe in our key values, a very personal approach, flexibility in our business models and the creation of a long-term partnership with our key customers. This is no exaggeration: if you come to Budapest, there are things that you simply must see. Explore the capital and visit the country’s iconic attractions – many of which are World Heritage Sites – on both sides of the rolling Danube – to see for yourself that this is truly a picturesque city. You won’t need Insta filters here for perfect photos. The dazzling city centre of Budapest will be the perfect background.
The Top Ten Must-see Locations in Budapest
It is almost impossible to list everything that is worth doing, seeing or tasting in Budapest, especially because a journey in and around the Hungarian capital will surely lead to personal discoveries as well for each visitor. However, there are a few places that should not be missed.
The Parliament building and Kossuth Square around it constitute an emblematic location in the city. Marvel at the building, enjoy the spectacle of the changing of the guards. If you time it right, you may even get to see the marching band play.
The Széchenyi Lánchíd or Chain Bridge is a marker for centuries of Hungarian history and a symbol of the unified city, just as all the local bridges connecting the Pest and Buda sides of the Danube. The lions at the bases of the bridge are a must-have selfie opportunity.
Heroes’ Square (Hősök tere) is testament to Hungary’s storied past and forms a great expanse that is a constant favorite with visitors and local skateboarders. It is also a seat of culture, embraced by two internationally renowned museums.
Andrássy Avenue runs along a stretch of central Budapest from Heroes’ Square and showcases its many beauties. Go shopping at the boutiques of the many international fashion brands that have set up shop here, not to mention the showrooms for numerous talented young Hungarian designers. Go further to appreciate the elaborate architecture and visit a museum while you’re at it.
The National Theater and its sibling cultural institution Müpa (the Palace of Arts) are perfect examples of how modernity is integrated into Budapest’s rich history and riverside landscape. Relax in the park here or check out a concert by the many world-famous acts that are drawn by the near-perfect acoustics.
The Great Market Hall (Vásárcsarnok) is Budapest’s best-known market hall offering a wide array of fresh produce and meat, as well as local delicacies. This is an unmissable part of your journey and also the spot to pick up some souvenirs and a fine bottle of Hungarian wine.
The Duna Corso in the city-center area of the Danube riverside is a condensed experience of all that this great city has to offer. Fresh air from the river, magnificent buildings, great restaurants and memorable spots for those essential photos.
Pick up your ticket and hop on Tram number 2. Considered one of the best of its kind, it takes you on a scenic tour of the central, majestic section of the city, giving you glimpses of the castle, the bridges spanning the Danube and many other locations that you’ll surely want to check out in more detail later.
Italy is a captivating country that effortlessly marries rich history with contemporary charm. Nestled in the heart of the Mediterranean, Italy boasts a tapestry of diverse landscapes, from the sun-soaked beaches of the Amalfi Coast to the majestic peaks of the Alps in the north.
Renowned for its cultural contributions, Italy stands as the birthplace of the Renaissance, with Florence and Rome serving as living testaments to this artistic and intellectual movement. The ruins of ancient Rome, including the iconic Colosseum and the Roman Forum, whisper tales of a bygone era.
Italian cuisine is a symphony of flavors that has conquered the hearts and palates of people worldwide. From the delectable pasta dishes of the south to the hearty risottos of the north, each region boasts its culinary specialties. The aromatic espresso and the art of gelato further elevate Italy’s status as a gastronomic paradise.
Italy’s cities are a fusion of the old and the new, where medieval architecture coexists harmoniously with modern design. The romantic waterways of Venice, the fashion-forward streets of Milan, and the historic charm of Siena create a mosaic of experiences for visitors.
Beyond the urban sprawl, Italy is adorned with vineyards that produce some of the finest wines globally, contributing to the country’s reputation as a haven for wine enthusiasts. The warm hospitality of the Italians, expressed through their passionate conversations and friendly gestures, adds a personal touch to the allure of this enchanting land.
In essence, Italy captivates not only with its iconic landmarks and culinary delights but also with the warmth of its people and the timeless beauty that permeates every corner of the country.
Morocco is in many ways a very special country.
It is located in the far northwest of Africa,
separated from the rest of the continent by the
towering Atlas Mountains and by the Sahara
Its climate, geography and history are more
closely related to the Mediterranean than to the
rest of Africa, and for this reason visitors are
often surprised by the strange feeling of not
having fully reached Africa in Morocco.
In the North, its fine beaches, lush mountain valleys and evocative old towns reinforce this impression. However, as one moves South and East, to and from the beautiful Atlas mountains, Morocco’s Mediterranean character melts like a mirage.
The highlight of Morocco, Marrakech, is a place full of magic! With its countless markets, gardens, palaces and mosques, the “Red City” will dazzle its visitors.
The Netherlands is one of the few European countries where modernism and tradition coexist together.
It`s a country where innovation thrives, from cutting-edge architectural statements to eco-initiatives and
a thriving cuisine scene. This goes hand in hand with 17th century canals, tulip fields, windmills, antique
cathedrals, candlelight brown cafés, and Van Gogh and Rembrandt masterpieces.
Beautiful ancient towns like Amsterdam, Haarlem, Leiden, Delft, and Utrecht testament to the richness
that fueled the Netherlands` rise — the ever-tolerant Dutch have always excelled at making the most of
what they had. From the bogs and shallows of their land (which is primarily below sea level), they have
constructed a modern, pleasant country that is also one of the greatest spots in the world for cycling.
Peru is the third-largest country in South America, and one of the most varied countries in the world! A multicultural nation, full of traditions, unique gastronomy, and vast natural reserves. Its territory, which covers more than 1.2 million square kilometers, is made up of three regions: Coast, Highlands, and Jungle. Peru is one of the 10 mega diverse countries in the world, where
you will find a paradise to explore natural landscapes full of life.
Join us to discover Peru with your 5senses … We can create some unique and special experiences, for example: Sailing on a luxury cruise through the Amazon; or watch the sunset while having a picnic in the Paracas desert; or get to Machu Picchu in a luxurious train decorated as in the 1920s.
In Peru you can find one of the 7 new wonders of the world: Machu Picchu … and of course, it is an unbeatable experience, but, we tell you, there is more to discover! Throughout Peru you can find wonderful vestiges that surprise the world, Machu Picchu is a must, but so are Kuelap and Chavin de Huantar, Caral and Chan Chan, the Nazca Lines and Sipan… and we would continue to list.
And how do we reach a culinary expression as perfect as our food? It all begins a long time ago in an amazing process of miscegenation that created dishes as varied, tasty, and surprising as life itself over time. Some of Peruvian restaurants are featured in the list of best restaurants in the world.
Portugal is considered “A wonderful garden by
the ocean”. This country has been able to
combine the beauty of its paradisiacal beaches
and cosmopolitan cities with a rural and traditional interior.
The main reasons why visitors decide to spend
their holidays in Portugal are to enjoy its excellent
beaches (especially those in the Algarve and
Lisbon areas) and its pleasant climate, to play
golf on magnificent courses, to taste its
gastronomy, or to visit places of pilgrimage.
Portugal is a unique country, with many places to discover: come and find them out!
Portugal is full of interesting cities, villages and hidden places: some of them are known around the world, as for example Lisbon, Porto, the Algarve,
Fatima or Madeira, while others are completely unknown to many people even though they are full of charms.
Among them, we can quote the surprising Aveiro, known as the Portuguese Venice, Sintra, with an enviable cultural heritage, and an endless etc.
Value for money in this European country is one of the main factors which makes it one of the favorites destinations for many tourists from all over the World.
Poland, located in Central Europe, is a vibrant and culturally rich country known for its captivating history and breathtaking landscapes.
The country is home to a myriad of architectural wonders, from the medieval charm of Krakow’s Old Town and the awe-inspiring Gothic architecture of Wroclaw to the meticulously reconstructed historic center of Warsaw, the capital city. Poland’s natural beauty is equally charming, with picturesque landscapes ranging from the sandy beaches of the Baltic Sea to the majestic peaks of the Tatra Mountains.
Poland’s rich history is evident in its numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as Wieliczka and Bochnia Royal Salt Mines and the grand Royal Wawel Castle. The country also celebrates its cultural heritage through colorful folk traditions, delicious cuisine, and world-renowned music festivals.
Known for their warm hospitality, Polish people welcome visitors with open arms, eager to share their culture and traditions. Whether you’re indulging in mouthwatering pierogi or participating in a lively folk dance, Poland offers a charming and enriching experience for every traveler.
Spain is without a doubt one of the most valued
destinations from people all over the world. It is
the perfect combination to enjoy a few days
whether on a private purpose or to organize a
A country rich in gastronomy, culture, traditions,
beaches and infinite charms. Spain is a country
impossible to know in just a few days, so we
advise you to visit us for many occasions, since
the experiences that one can live in the Northern
area, in Andalusia, in the Balearic and Canary
Islands, in Catalonia or in any other regions, will
be so different that it will be worth returning
The story of Turkey is like a Turkish meal: endless courses and so many flavors. Sun, sea, and sand are the obvious drawcards, but this is backed up by a full hand of cultural riches: ruins from ancient empires; forts and castles forged by Sultans and crusaders; basilicas and mosques the recall Byzantium; medieval bazaars and caravanserais. In culture as well as geography, Turkey straddles the boundary between Europe and Asia, and its people oscillate between the two. Despite periodic disagreements, conservative traditionalists, and modern progressives both find space to flourish in one of Europes most dynamic economies. For visitors though, the main appeal is still the balmy climate, the romantic ruins and landscapes, and the lavish cuisine.
Probably no country’s flag is as globally recognizable and as closely tied to the symbol of freedom, than the one of the United States of America.
While the country’s myth of the past is seemingly impossible to live up to now, the United States today are a country that is changing dramatically right before our eyes; and right now there are many exciting developments that will shape the country’s future for the decades to come.
Voices of all genders, ethnicities and backgrounds are being heard and are actively participating in making every aspect of our lives fuller. The country’s biggest global export, its pop culture, is more representative of today’s citizens than ever before, innovation in the tech sector is accelerating at break-neck speeds and the country’s society, an ever-changing love story of struggle, perseverance and acceptance, keeps enriching our food, our culture, our lives. So, whether you are in awe of the jaw-dropping skyscrapers in New York, mesmerized by the vast beauty of Montana, captivated by the sandy beaches of Florida or inspired to make it big one day in California, The United States is always worth a trip and will never leave you unimpressed.
Sweden can offer you almost everything. From sandy beaches in the south to ice hotels in the north. Sweden offers you cosmopolitan cities and a rural and traditional countryside. You can’t go wrong.
The capital Stockholm is always worth a visit. From the magical Old Town to the Town Hall, home of the Nobel banquet to the Vasa Museum to the always intriguing ABBA museum. And if that’s not enough you can always explore the archipelago.