Trip to Europe

  • Admont - Benedictine monastery (Austria)

    Admont - Benedictine monastery (Austria)

    The Admont Monastery was declared the most elegant monastery in Austria, before the Augustinian Monastery of St. Florian.

  • Adršpašské a Teplické skály (Czechia)

    Adršpašské a Teplické skály (Czechia)

    Adrspach-Teplice Rocks occupy an area of ​​about 20 square kilometers and are located about 15 km from Broumov.

  • Albums (Italy)

    Albums (Italy)

    Alba is a delight for the best-selling chocolate factory in the world, Ferrero Rocher, but it does not disappoint with its renowned truffle fair, which ends with a world auction of white truffles.

  • Amalfi (Italy)

    Amalfi (Italy)

    Amalfi is a seaside town in the southern Italian region of Campania in the province of Salerno with an interesting history of the maritime state.

  • Ancona (Italy)

    Ancona (Italy)

    Ancona is the capital of the Marche region and the province of Ancona, and at the same time an important port on the Adriatic coast. It has been inhabited since Roman times. The name comes from Greek and means elbow. It has 102,047 inhabitants.
     The main monument of the city is the remarkable Gothic cathedral of St. Cyriaka (San Ciriaco), completed in 1189.
     Not far from Ancona lies the town of Loreto with the Holy Hut - a model of all the later Loreto.

  • Aqua Dome Tirol Therme Langenfeld (Austria)

    Aqua Dome Tirol Therme Langenfeld (Austria)

    The only water park with natural thermal springs in western Austria.

  • Aqualandia Benidorm - aquapark (Spain)

    Aqualandia Benidorm - aquapark (Spain)

    This water world is the first in Spain, was built in 1985 and is one of the largest.

  • Aquapark Babylon + IQ park (Czechia)

    Aquapark Babylon + IQ park (Czechia)

    Visit the largest indoor themed water paradise outside Prague, open all year round in the style of an ancient spa.