"Of all the books in the world, the best stories are found between the pages of a passport ".
For those seeking a very special, immersive, and authentic European experience, our city breaks, and multi-destination itineraries, offer an exciting opportunity to discover and enjoy the history, beauty, and culture of your destinations.
Water, Bridges, and Canals is the theme of this signature itinerary that will delight you with three of the most iconic and impressive European cities sharing a common denominator, but offering an experience entirely on its own.
Whether for knowledge or leisure, our themed custom travels are created around all kinds of subjects, interests, and purposes.
Everywhere, you will capture the soul, feel the typical atmosphere of the places you visit, and meet the people who make them so unique.
Some tourists think Amsterdam is a city of sin, but in truth it is a city of freedom. And in freedom, most people find sin. John Green, author, The Fault in Our Stars
Known as the Venice of the North, the diamond capital, or the city of a hundred canals, Amsterdam is a city in perpetual and exciting renewal, that boasts a rich past and has a personality of its own. Amsterdam's Golden Age (17th century) is still reflected in its elegant mansions, canals, churches, city walls, and harbors and in the paintings of the famous Dutch Masters: Rembrandt, Hals, Vermeer, and Steen.
“When I seek another word for ‘music’, I never find any other word than ‘Venice’.” Friedrich Nietzsche, philosopher, cultural critic, and poet.
Dream or Reality? A Grand Ball, a Gala Dinner, a stunning spectacle all at once, a masked carnival ball is an exclusive, once in a lifetime experience. We bring you a unique journey between fantasy and reality and an unforgettable event of the highest artistic standards. Live a Dream that lasts a whole night, an Experience that remains in your memory forever.
“When good Americans die, they go to Paris.” Oscar Wilde, writer, The Picture of Dorian Grey.
As a city that oozes with romance at every street corner, it’s no surprise that Paris has inspired many artists and writers through the ages and made Paris a romantic backdrop for many films. Painters like Matisse and Monet, photographers like Willy Ronis and Henri Cartier-Bresson felt compelled to capture the bridges — and their reflections in the Seine’s slow-moving water — in their art.
The River that made Paris is our theme.
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