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The Secret of the Fjords and Copenhagen

Explore 4 enigmatic countries of gorgeous Scandinavia by bus.

Visit splendid Norwegian Fjords and have a once-in-a-lifetime glimpse at the astonishing beauty of the Northern Lights.

(October-March)

9 Days, 8 Nights
$ 860
April - September

Rome GRAND TOUR

"The City on Seven Hills" or "All Roads Lead to Rome..."- Italy in a week.
 
"Benvenuti a Roma!" - by these very words, you will be met and greeted in Rome.
 
Rome is among the most popular touristic destinations in the world.
 
According to social statistics, it is the third city in the rating of the most popular tourist centers in Europe. It is not even surprising.
 
Rome has got many things to offer to Antique culture and modern art lovers, connoisseurs of diverse and national cuisine and haute couture, loud party and romanticism seekers,
ones who prefer unwalked trails and cozy streets. Such worldwide famous sights as the Coliseum and the Vatican City annually attract more than 4 million people.The contribution of tourism into the economics of the city is 12 %.

According to sociological opinion polls, three out of four tourists are prone to return to Rome, the capital of Italy, the eternal city.

 

Roma-*Napoli/*Pompei-Siena*-Pisa*- Montecatini - Florence Padova*- Venice- Rimini- San Marino - Rome

Monday - Monday

8 Days, 7 Nights
$ 353
January - December

Mediterranean Fairy Tale

Barcelona after Madrid is the second largest city in Spain with a population of 3,200,000 people. The city is quite innovative, it is a center of diversity having a rich cultural heritage and impressive architecture. The main architects of the city - Antoni Gaudi and Lluis Domenech I Montaner made this European city world- renowned by their modernistic approaches. Gaudi's Magnum Opus is considered to be the famous Sagrada Familia as well as Park Guell, La Pedrera and Casa Batllo.

 

Costa Brava is a coastline of sunny blue-flagged beaches in Spain. It displays three amazing National Parks that have huge biological importance for the area. This sea fronted town preserves the wonderful legacy of Salvador Dalí in Empordà; the monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes or the castle of Peratallada; mediaeval towns such as Tossa de Mar, Púbol or Pals; the ruins of Empúries, a major archaeological site providing a fascinating insight into how the ancient Greeks and Romans lived; the traditional ceramics of La Bisbal; and Girona's old quarter, featuring a superb historical gem, the so- called Jewish quarter.

 

The Theatre-Museum of Salvador Dali in Figueres is one of the most famous museums which is fully devoted to the life and works of the renowned artist Salvador Dali. The museum is considered to be the last masterpiece of Dali: everuthing inside is planned and projected by the painter himself. The museum is the second most popular museum in Spain among tourists, leaving the first place only to the Prado Museum in Madrid. Officialy the museum opened its doors on 28 October, in 1974.

 

Like many settlements on the Mediterranean coast of France, Nice was founded by the Greeks in the 5th century BC. under the name of Nicaea. Over the course of its long history it has repeatedly changed its rulers, has survived many sieges and destructions․ The heart of the city is the central embankments of Promenade des Anges which is a 5-kilometer long luxurious boulevard, a perfect place to walk along and have a rest. The Promenade is built up with electrical buildings of the XIX-XX centuries among which the Palace De- La Mediterranean (currently a luxurious casino), the excentric Negresco Hotel (1906) with its famous salon of Louis XIV ( XVII century) and the Royal Salon stand out. In the hall of the latter one there is a chandelier given as a present to the hotel by Nicolay II is still hanging.The complete copy of the chandelier is hanging in the Kremlin, too.

 

Monaco is a constitutional monarchy, a principality under the protectorate of France. It is a tiny republic with a population of 38000 people inhabited on a territory of 2,02 square km. The republic has also won 40 hectares territory at the expense of the sea. Monaco means sun-soaked beaches of Azure coasts of France ornamented with colorful carpets flowerbeds, amazing panoramas with cactus, palms, with unapproachable cliffs with neat houses leaning against them.Monaco is the international capital of luxury, impressive views, gold, and diamonds, fashionable apartments, cars and yachts. However, Monaco also means its population - the Monégasques who have already put up with the status of their country and remain quite indifferent towards the presence of Hollywood stars, sports celebrities, Arab sheiks along their streets and in their casinos.

 

The Italian resort city of San Remo is located in the region of Liguria, on the east coast of the Ligurian sea. San Remo was founded by ancient Romans near a modern city in the village of Matute. They built a small fortress to fight back the Saracens. Throughout time San Remo, which was named in honor of the Saint hermit Romula, became a part of the Genoese republic and lost its independence. In the last hundred years, San Remo was considered to be the most favorite resort destination, especially for the Russian noblemen. Till now many things here remind of the Dynasty of the Romanovs.

 

Worldwide famous resort city Cannes is located in the Eastern part of the Franch Riviera. This is a city of all kinds of festivities, architectural monuments, perfect coastal hotels, wonderful sandy beaches, churches, chapels, and ancient houses. The main street of the city is the embankments of La Croisette. This is the main place where all the official ceremonies and events are held, thus making it a favorite place for guests. Annually, the popular Cannes Movie Festivity is held in the Palais des Festivals at the end of May. The palace also hosts all kinds of conferences, tournaments and business exhibitions. The Cannes Movie Festivity is one of the oldest (projected in 1939, first took place in 1946) and most prestigious festivities in the world thus attracting even more tourists from different countries.

 

 

Barcelona - Costa Brava - Dali Museum - Nice - Monaco - San Remo - Cannes - Wines of Spain.

Every Saturday.

8 Days, 7 Nights
$ 551
January - December

Dreams Come True

Vienna (1 night) - Munich (1 night) - Zurich (2 nights) - Jungfrau region (2 nights) - Lake Geneva Region (2 nights) - Geneva (1 night)․

One of the oldest cities in the world, Vienna, the castles of Bavaria and the main sights of Switzerland are waiting for you. A comfortable flight to Vienna, atireless journey from city to city, interesting countries - Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein, Switzerland.

Vienna - it is the city of waltzes, art, galleries, museums, and ensembles of fine parks. Meanwhile, the city is completely imperial in spirit, the capital of the most multinational European Empire. Vienna has preserved many characteristic features inherent to capitals of large state formations. Majestic temples, magnificent residences of the Augustinians and noblemen, theaters, opera halls, wide squares and avenues. Vienna is righteously considered to be one of the most beautiful and interesting capitals in the world.

 

Munich, after Berlin and Bavaria, is the third-largest city in the Federal Republic of Germany. It is a city-pearl in Central Europe located on the Isar river in the south of the country. The city of Munich is one of the most attractive touristic destinations with its rich history and cultural heritage. First, Munich is mentioned in chronics in 1158 as Villa Munchen. However, in 1175 it received city status and got encompassed with city walls. The name of the city derived from the old german word Mönche meaning monk as it was considered that benedictine- monks were the founders of the city.

 

Zurich, located in the North-East of Switzerland, is the largest with its population city in German (1,383,092 people in 2019). This is the city of punctuality and wealthy people. Zurich is not only one of the cleanest and most comfortable cities in the world, but it is also the largest financial and business center in the world. Being situated on the picturesque river and a lake with the cleanest water, it is a very beautiful city - a perfect final destination where you can enjoy all the boons of life. The city was founded on the place of an old-Roman customes post Turicum by a Thracian monarch Louis the German II. He also established the Fraumunster Abbey for his daughter Hildegard in 853. Throughout the time the influence of the Fraumunster Abbesses grew so powerful that they started to reign over the city. In 1351 Zurich became the fifth member of the Swiss Union.

 

The Jungfrau is the highest summit in Switzerland. It is one of the main summits of the Bernese Alps, located between the northern canton of Bern and the southern canton of Valais, halfway between Interlaken and Fiesch. The Jungfrau is part of the Jungfrau-Aletsch area, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001. Over the borderline of Bern and Valais regions, 4000 meters high above sea level, a magnificent view opens on the icy summits of the nearby mountains and glaciers. There is a unique railway, unusual museums, and interesting hiking tours through this place.The region of Jungfrau-Aletsch which is partially covered with unmelting snow and glacier is considered to be the mostimpressing highland landscape in the world.It is a living textbook for studying geological processes, the formation of glaciers and climate change on the Earth.

 

Lake Geneva - or, as they call it in France, Lake Leman,is the largest lake in Europe. It can rightfully be called the heart of western Switzerland. Every year, thousands of citizens and foreign visitors come to its crystal clear shores to spend their holidays here. However, Lake Geneva is not just another resort for wealthy tourists, as you might think at a glance. Did you know that the popular hit (as well as the most recognizable chords in the world) of the band Deep Purple called "Smoke on the Water" was written on the shores of Lake Geneva?

10 Days, 9 Nights
$ 1320
May - November

Classical Greece

Greece is the cradle of Western civilization and Athens is its heart. In the center of the city, there are accumulated several Greek ruins and artifacts, which will transfer you thousand of years back to the past like a time machine. Here you will see people noisily talking to each other at taverns, loudly laughing in the streets who live their lives fully by breathing deeply. There are many monuments of Western history - starting from Acropolis to the temple of Zeus and the treasury of the National Museum of Archeology.

 

The city of Delphi is established at the feet of the mount Parnas, surrounded with a picturesque landscape, between two powerful cliffs of Ferdinand. Delphi was utterly the center of the world for old Greeks. According to Greek mythology, Zeus set free two eagles from two opposite ends of the world to find out the center of the world. The eagles bumped into each other in the sky over the city of Delphi. That very place was marked with a stone, the Roman copy of which can be seen in the Delphi Museum.

 

The Greek city called Kalambaka is located at the very foot of the Meteor Rocks, on which the world-famous Meteora monasteries are located. Kalambaka along with the resort cities of Greece annually receives a very large number of tourists who are eager to see with their own eyes the monasteries of amazing construction. This is why the city has a well-developed hotel industry and trade of all kinds of goods, including the famous Greek fur coats. There is a very beautiful Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Kalambaka, built in the 11th century. The walls of the Cathedral are decorated with wonderful murals and icons. Before making an excursion to Meteora, tourists are introduced to this holy place at first.

 

The Peloponnese Peninsula, known since ancient times as Morea, is the largest peninsula of Greece, located in the south of the mainland, being connected with it by a narrow strip of land - the Isthmus of Corinth. In 1893 a canal of the same name was built here, which essentially turned the Peloponnese into an island. The most attractive side of the Peloponnese is its vast historical heritage, an abundance of attractions. In addition, from the peninsula, it is convenient to make day trips to other parts of Greece. 

 

Athens – Delphi – Kalambaka – Meteora – Peloponnes - Athens․

Magnificent journey through history...

Every Saturday.

7 Days, 6 Nights
$ 480
March - November

The Catholic Christmas in Gorgeous Vienna

Unforgettable tour to the European capital of luxury and music, to the hometown of Mozart, Straus, Beethoven, Schubert.

6 days in the city of fine arts where ancient fortresses and palaces are amazingly combined with the most modernistic skyscrapers.

6 Days, 5 Nights
$ 553
October - February

Fabulous Journey Through France - Belgium - The Netherlands

Paris - Giverny – Rouen– (Etretat) - Bruges – Brussels –Amsterdam - (Volendam - Zaanse Schans) – Antwerp– Paris - (Fontainebleau)

Such marvelous places, magnificent frescoes and ancient cathedrals exist in France that by seeing them there arises a wish to be a poet and describe those beauties in verses. But even if you are not a poet, you can fully enjoy the mesmerizing streets and buildings of romantic France. Giverny is a village 80 km away from Paris, in the north-west, in the old province of Normandy. This is the place where Claude Monet's Water Lilies live and where actually the artist's home and garden are situated. 

 

In Rouen, Normandy you will find gothic cathedral, beautifully restored medieval quarters, ancient churches. Rouen is one of Normandy’s most engaging and historically rich destinations.

 

Bruges is Belgium's most perfectly preserved medieval town, its beautiful architecture attracts more than two million visitors every year. Even if you are short of time, Bruges should be your number one stop in Belgium.

 

Brussels is the Unofficial Capital of the EU, it imposes many important European institutions including the European Commission, the Council of the European Union and the European Parliament. Right in the heart of Brussels Old Town, the city's main plaza (known as Grand Place) is situated. Much of the square's elegant character is due to the unique architecture of its elegant Gildehuizen (guild houses) with its magnificent gables and rich gold decoration.

 

Liberal Amsterdam, the famous capital of the Netherlands, is famous for its canals, beautiful houses, coffee shops, the Red Light District and yet many more to be explored.

 

Antwerp is the cultural capital of Flanders, the north area of Belgium. For art-lovers and culture-vultures, Antwerp's excellent museums are the main attraction. The city was once home to such famous artists as Rubens, van Dyck and others. Antwerp's Grand Place (Grote Markt) with its town hall and numerous guild houses is the heart of the old town. In the middle stands the ornate Brabo Fountain erected in 1887.

 

Paris - Fontainebleau is the residence of 34 kings and two emperors, it is the only château that was lived in by every French monarch for almost eight centuries.

With 1500 rooms, it is one of the biggest châteaux in France, and the most furnished in Europe.

8 Days, 7 Nights
$ 530
October - October

Sail Through Historical Picturesque Cities in a Romantic Cruise. Italy- Spain- France

Itinerary: Barcelona - Marseille- Savona - Naples - Sicily - Valencia - Barcelona. 

Barcelona after Madrid is the second-largest city in Spain with a population of 3,200,000 people. The city is quite innovative, it is a center of diversity having a rich cultural heritage and impressive architecture. The main architects of the city - Antoni Gaudi and Lluis Domenech I Montaner made this European city world-renowned by their modernistic approaches. Gaudi's Magnum Opus is considered to be the famous Sagrada Familia as well as Park Guell, La Pedrera and Casa Batllo.

Marseille is France’s largest and busiest port, welcoming over 1.5 million cruise passengers to its shores each year. As the gateway to Provence and the south of France, Marseille is a popular stop on Europe cruise itineraries and offers ferry connections to Corsica, Sardinia, Algeria, and Tunisia. There is plenty to see and do in Marseille itself. Must-see attractions include the Old Port (Vieux Port), the historic Chateau d’If, Basilique Saint-Victor, Cathédrale de la Major Vieille Charité, Le Panier (Old Town) and the Notre-Dame de la Garde basilica. Small-group and private tours are often covered by a worry-free policy, offering a guaranteed on-time return to your ship. Marseille cruise terminals are spread out over a large area, so be sure that you know which terminal your ship arrives and departs from. 

Savona - Once one of the major centers in Italy for iron, shipbuilding, rail workshops, engineering and brass, Savona is the capital city of the province of Savona in the region of Liguria. Savona has a large port accommodating, commercial vessels and cruise liners as well as providing a large marina for pleasure craft. On arriving at the port Savona appears to be a large, sprawling, modern city but the medieval center reveals a graceful, elegant city which is a pleasure to wander around. There are plenty of good bars, restaurants and although it is serene and tranquil by day it comes alive at night. The most amazing sights to visit here are Savona's Very Own Sistine Chapel, the Medieval Fortress and 19th Century Prison, Ghibelline Towers and the Art Nouveau Architecture.

Naples a city of art, takes the form of an amphitheater on the sea with Vesuvius, the coastal mountains and the islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida, and Capo Miseno as its landmarks. Its history is well-known. The territory was first colonized in 900 BC, when "Anatolian and Achaean merchants and travelers arrived in the gulf on their way to the ore trading centers of the High Tyrrhene" and founded Partenopein. Later, after the wars, Partenope was abandoned and took the name of “Palepolis” (old city). In 475 AD the inhabitants of Cuma founded Neapolis (new city) to the east of the original city. In the last few years, Naples has become one of the favorite destinations for all those Italian and foreign tourists who love spending their holidays in cities of artistic interest. Among the most attractive sights are enlisted Lungomare and Castel Ovo, Cappella Sansevero, National Archeological Museum, Galleria Borbonica (Bourbon Tunnel), Capodimonte Royal Palace and Museum, Catacombs of San Gennaro, Presepi Shops on Via San Gregorio Armeno, etc.

Sicily or the "stone" by Italy’s "boot" has Greek and Roman heritage, seemingly eternal sunshine and a warm sea even in November. Extending across over 1,000km, Sicily's coastline is extremely diverse, incorporating a mix of sandy beaches, pebbly coves and nature reserves touched by three seas. What is important is the knowledge that wherever you are in Sicily, you are never far from the coast, even when in the Nebrodi or Madonie mountains or in centrally-located cities such as Enna. Amongst the island's most dramatic coastal features are the cliff formations at Scala dei Turchi, near Realmonte, the famous tongue of sand at Tindari and the giant boulder-shaped islets off the coast of the Riviera dei Ciclopi close to Taormina. Sicily is a land of extremes and contrasts, a magnification of all things Italian. With its wonderful climate, Sicily is eminently visitable all year-round and each season has its own distinctive charm.

 

Valencia has around 1.5 million inhabitants. It has its large share of foreigners, attracted by the fast-developing economy and available employment. Valencia's gothic cathedral dates to the 13 -14th centuries, built in the modified styles of renaissance, baroque and neoclassicism. The MUST-SEE sights of the city are Torres de Serranos, LA Lonja de la Seda, Valencia Cathedral, El Miguelete, Plaza de la Reina, Central Market, Colo՛n Market, etcetera.

 

The price is per person in a double occupancy cabin.

8 Days, 7 Nights
$ 510
October - November

Celebrate the New Year in Madrid! Tour "The Three Kingdoms of Barcelona"

Barcelona - Zaragoza - Madrid - Valencia - Toledo - Costa Brava - Girona - Barcelona.

Barcelona after Madrid is the second-largest city in Spain with a population of 3,200,000 people. The city is quite innovative, it is a center of diversity having a rich cultural heritage and impressive architecture. The main architects of the city - Antoni Gaudi and Lluis Domenech I Montaner made this European city world-renowned by their modernistic approaches. Gaudi's Magnum Opus is considered to be the famous Sagrada Familia as well as Park Guell, La Pedrera and Casa Batllo.

 

Zaragoza - The city is famous for its folklore, local gastronomy, and landmarks such as the Basilica del Pilar, La Seo Cathedral and the Aljaferia Palace. The last two buildings along with the Mudejar Architecture of Aragon are enlisted as a UNESCO World Heritage. The city was named in honor of Mexican General Ignacio Zaragoza who defeated the French invasion in the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.

 

Madrid is an economical and industrial center and the capital of Spain. It is the home of 3 million people. Madrid is also the residence of the Royal family, the Spanish Government and a large number of national institutions. The city has a long and interesting history, there is a big amount of monuments, galleries, and museums that allure art-lovers all over the world.

 

Valencia has around 1.5 million inhabitants. It has its large share of foreigners, attracted by the fast-developing economy and available employment. Valencia's gothic cathedral dates to the 13 -14th centuries, built in the modified styles of Renaissance, baroque and neoclassicism. The MUST-SEE sights of the city are Torres de Serranos, LA Lonja de la Seda, Valencia Cathedral, El Miguelete, Plaza de la Reina, Central Market, Colo՛n Market, etcetera.

 

Toledo shoulders the responsibility to represent the "City of the Three Cultures" for the cultural influences of Christians, Muslims and Jews reflected in its history. Toledo's historic center was designated as a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE site in 1986. It is known as the "Imperial City" for having been the main venue of the court of Charles V and Holy Roman Emperor. There are two bridges crossing the river Tagus: in the northeast is the Alcántara Bridge, at the foot of the medieval castle of San Servando, parts of which date from Roman and Moorish times and in the northwest is the bridge of San Martín, dating from the late 13th century. Parts of the walls of Toledo are of Visigothic origin, although most are Moorish or Christian.

 

Costa Brava is a coastline of sunny blue-flagged beaches in Spain. It displays three amazing National Parks that have huge biological importance for the area. This sea fronted town preserves the wonderful legacy of Salvador Dalí in Empordà; the monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes or the castle of Peratallada; medieval towns such as Tossa de Mar, Púbol or Pals; the ruins of Empúries, a major archaeological site providing a fascinating insight into how the ancient Greeks and Romans lived; the traditional ceramics of La Bisbal; and Girona's old quarter, featuring a superb historical gem, the so-called Jewish quarter.

 

Girona - is a small town in autonomous Catalonia and the capital of the same name province. It is located in the north-eastern part of the country, upon the river Onyar that divides the town into two parts- the left bank is the part of modernistic constructions, while the right bank is the medieval historical center. Girona is one of the oldest towns in Spain where one of the oldest Jewish quarters is preserved. Throughout history, it has suffered many invasions, which are obviously seen by the existence of powerful fortifications still surrounding the historical center of the town.

 

The price is per person for a double occupancy room.

7 Days, 6 Nights
$ 560
December - January

Attraction of the Neva. Saint Petersburg

Saint Petersburg - so-called "Venice of the North", is the city which used to be the capital of Russia for two centuries. It is the city of bascule bridges, white nights, luxurious Imperial palaces, marvelous monuments, historical statues. Impressive parks open their gates to travelers who are captured by the rich architecture of the 18th century, who are interested in the lifestyle and residence of the famous royal House of Romanovs.
Tours are operated every day on Mondays.

7 Days, 6 Nights
$ 265
October - December
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