Paris of Germany, thats Munich! A cosmopolitan, stylish city of museums, galleries, castles and idyllic beer gardens, it is one of the country’s most prosperous cities and the capital of Bavaria. It enjoys an enviable setting with mountains and Alpine lakes only a short drive away. A compact and manageable city, it is dotted with Continue Reading

Berlin is the largest city in Germany and has a history like no other. The infamous Berlin Wall divided the city for 28 years until it was torn down amidst waves of euphoria on November 9, 1989. Berlin became the German capital once again in July 1990. T here is a tangible energy about Berlin. Continue Reading

If your dream holiday consists of romantic landscapes, enchanting castles, cosmopolitan cities, colourful festivals and friendly people – Germany is your only choice. A land where history and culture come alive and whose complex past has made it the extraordinary country it is today… Germany covers an area of 357,000 square kilometers and is home Continue Reading

The Lake Geneva Region – technically the canton of Vaux – is diverse, with three distinctive areas: the Jura mountains to the west, the relatively level plains of the Mittelland in the centre and the Alps to the east. It has something for everyone. It is a MUST for every travel itinerary in switzerland. Lausanne, Continue Reading

Valais is perhaps the most beautiful region in all of Switzerland. It is home to the Matterhorn, probably the most famous mountain in the world, and 50 other mountains that reach over 4000 metres; the Aletsch Glacier, the longest glacier in Europe; the world’s highest mountain railways and a range of spectacular ice caves. There Continue Reading

A land that conjures up images of breathtaking mountains, beautiful lakes, Alpine villages, chocolates, cowbells and fields of edelweiss is a land with the power to seduce… Landlocked by France, Germany, Liechtenstein, Austria and Italy, Switzerland takes up an area of 41,295 square kilometres and is home to 6.9 million people. More than 60 percent Continue Reading