Tours of Germany, Italy, Spain and Switzerland

 

Germany Tours Italy Tours Spain Tours Switzerland Tours

Whether you are on an escorted tour or independent tour, you will have the opportunity view the famous castles and rivers of Germany, travel along the Romantic Road and visit some famous castles as well as viewing charming Bavarian villages. At Christmas time, you can experience the the joy of a Chrismas Market.

From the Grand City of Rome to Romantic Venice, the Northern Lake of Italy to Sunny Naples, we offer tours from 2 - 7 days. With weekly departures, these short tours are easy to combine with other tours or as pre and and cruise tours.

We offer escorted and independent tours to some of the most historic cities of Spain. Tours include such major cities as Barcelona - Madrid - Cordoba - Seville - Costa del Sol - Granada and Toledo.

Known for its splendid mountains ans scenery, Switzerland can be explored by motorcoach or by train. Both tours are offered from 3 nights to 7 nights

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German Rail Pass Promotion

Book the German Rail Pass Promotion to enjoy 10% off the 5-days or 20% off the 10-days-within-1-month German Rail Pass. Just book by April 29, 2014. Valid for travel February 3 - May 31, 2014.

 

New Renfe Spain Pass: Yours To Explore Spain

The Renfe Spain Pass is an e-pass that lets you travel on the national rail network of Spain, with your choice of first (Business/Club) or second (Tourist) class travel for 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12 train segments (trips) within a one-month period. Also included with this pass are Renfe reservations on Spanish trains.

 

2014 marks the 4th centenary of El Greco's death. Several exhibitions and an extensive cultural programme this year will recall the work of Domenikos Theotokopoulos and its subsequent influence on art. Toledo, the city where El Greco enjoyed his greatest creative period, will be the main centre for the celebrations. A festival to which everyone, including you, is invited. READ MORE IN OUR BLOG.

The Swiss Travel System is incredibly comprehensive and includes rail, lake steamers and city transportation lines. And you'll want to take advantage of all these to journey through the Alps, St. Moritz, Lugano, Zermatt and more. The system also coordinates with an extensive bus network so you can easily journey to the most out-of-the-way finds.

Trains can take you from Zurich airport to the top of the Jungfraujoch and its stunning views to the German Black Forest and the French Vosges. The most popular Swiss routes include, of course, the famous scenic trains: the GoldenPass, the William Tell, or Mont-Blanc Express smoothly snake in Swiss alpine fields, cross mountain streams on spectacular bridges, all while train travelers enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the snowy Swiss Alps.

Germany Festivals Italy Festivals Spain Festivals Switzerland Festivals
 

60° edition of the Puccini Festival.
From 25 July - 30 August 2014
@ the open air "Grand Teatro Giacomo Puccini" - Torre del Lago

Madame Butterfly
July 25; Aug 1, 8, 16, 24

Turandot July 9; Aug 17, 23, 29


La Boheme
July 26; Aug 2, 10, 15, 22

Il Trittico Aug 3, 7, 21, 30

The festival is located in Torre del Lago, near Viareggio and the famous lake Massaciuccoli. The festival welcomes more than 40,000 spectators every year to its open theatre, just a few steps from the Villa Mausoleum where Giacomo Puccini lived and worked.

Montilla-Moriles Wine Tasting
Apr 23, 2014 to Apr 27, 2014
Cordoba Spain

Over 20 wineries producing the famous Montilla – Moriles Designation of Origin wines take part in this tasting event in the city of Cordoba, in Andalusia.

Every May, Cordoba offers the possibility of sampling the wines produced in this region. The tasting event is held in the streets of this city, and the wine is served with typical tapas. Over the course of the week visitors can also enjoy open-air concerts and tasting sessions led by wine experts. Wind tasting is a good opportunity to come and discover the Montilla – Moriles Wine Route.

 

 

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