ITALY

ITALY

SOUTH ITALY

Bologna is known for its towers and galleries (portici), which reach 38 kilometers in the historic center. It boasts of the largest medieval historical center in Europe after Venice.

LAKE COMO

Just outside of Milan, Lake Como challenges us to explore it. Between the sharp turns, around the dark waters of the lake, small villages spring up through the lush, Mediterranean vegetation, with high snow-capped mountains in the background.

LAKE GARDA

Lake Garda is the largest lake in Italy and is located on the slopes of the Alps near Verona, in northern Italy, between Venice and Milan. It is worth visiting for its many small islands,..

VENICE

The Bridge of Sighs. St. Mark's Square with the famous Basilica and the hundreds of pigeons. The Doge's Palace. And of course the 160 canals, the 118 islands, the remaining 399 bridges.

MILAN

Giuseppe Verdi, but also Dolce & Gabbana. No other city in Italy manages to combine yesterday's glory with today's splendor, better than Milan. The capital of the Italian industry has the right attractions for every taste.

SIENA

Siena is the capital of the homonymous province of Tuscany. For centuries, most of the city has retained its medieval character, with beautiful Gothic buildings and a unique UNESCO World Heritage Site.

ROME

FLORENCE

The three centuries of omnipotence of the Medici family may be a thing of the past, but the glamour of that time left its mark on Florence forever. From Duomo,...

BOLOGNA

Bologna is known for its towers and galleries (portici), which reach 38 kilometers in the historic center. It boasts of the largest medieval historical center in Europe after Venice.

ITALIAN CASTLES

FRANCE

FRANCE

PARIS

NICE

It may not be as princely as Monte Carlo, as festive as Cannes or as legendary as Saint Tropez, but it is still the capital of the Cote d'Azur. Built in the Gulf of Angels, Nice is worth discovering.

SWITZERLAND

SWITZERLAND

GENEVA

According to an old notion, French is the language of international diplomacy. A living proof is Geneva, Switzerland's largest French-speaking city and home to most international organizations.

AUSTRIA

AUSTRIA

VIENNA

INNSBRUCK

The Queen of the Alps and the capital of Tyrol, which has experienced glory days during Habsburg reign, is a magnet for thousands of travelers. Many of the city's monuments and sights are associated with this era

SALZBURG