In the very heart of Europe, Austria is the land of the Sound of Music, the birthplace of Mozart Beethoven, Haydn, Schubert, Strauss, Brahms, Mahler and Strauss.
Benelux comprises three neighboring countries in northwestern Europe and the name Benelux is derived by joining the first two or three letters of each country's name – Belgium, Netherlands Luxembourg.
Croatia borders Slovenia to the north, Italy to the west, Hungary to the northeast, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the southeast, Serbia to the east, and Montenegro to the southeast.
Welcome to the year-round island - the third largest island on the Mediterranean Sea and one of its most popular tourist destinations with an advanced, high-income economy.
Sandstone rocks, hidden lakes, pristine forests and the biggest natural stone bridge in Europe make the Czech Republic a nature enthusiast's Eden.
Land of Lego bricks, Roskilde, the largest open-air music festival in Europe and legendary children's storyteller Hans Christen Andersen, Denmark has some of the most unspoiled natural landscapes in Europe.
Estonia has been occupied by Russians, Swedes and Germans. Each has left their mark on its landscape and culture.
Finland has it all – snowy winters, pleasantly warm summers and colorful spring and autumn. Lapland is the most snow guaranteed place in the Europe.
This is the fabled land of fashion, good food and wine, of royal chateaux and perfectly restored farmhouses, of landmarks known the world over and hidden landscapes few really know.
From the high Alps in the South, the Bavarian plain, and the flowing hills of central Germany to the coast of the North and Baltic Sea: it all looks like a miniature train landscape.
Greece, surrounded by the Aegean and the Ionian Sea, is renowned for its beautiful rugged landscape, untouched gems, endless coastlines, and cosmopolitan islands.
Hungary gave the world the Rubik's Cube and magician Harry Houdini.
Iceland is a mountainous island nation in the North Atlantic Ocean, located between Europe and North America. Though it is not part of the continental mainland, the country is considered as European.
In the Emerald Isle, you can find more than 40 shades of green. Having emerged from civil unrest and crushing poverty, the Irish have retained their wit and community spirit.
This is the land of Fiats, Vespas, Leornado Da Vinci and Michelangelo, Gucci, Prada and pizzas.
The world’s ninth biggest country is one of its last great travel unknowns. The leafy commercial and social hub, Almaty, has an almost European feel.
In Malta, you'll explore 7000 years of history yet live passionately in the present. You'll span the millennia with an astonishing array of things to discover.
Tulips, bicycles, clogs, clubs, pubs, windmills, pot-smoking and red-light areas, are things you cannot miss in the Netherlands.
Norway has to its credit the world's longest, most pristine, coastline and more than 150,000 islands and fjords.
A gateway between Eastern and Western Europe, Poland has bounced back from genocide and the upheavals of World War II, signs of which can be seen in the Communist architecture that dots the cities.
A land of discoverers in the 16th century, Portugal is today a country of sleepy villages, historic cities, an impressive coastline and rolling hillsides covered with olive groves, vineyards and plantations.
A visit to Russia today is an encounter with an undiscovered land. With the dissolution of the Soviet Union visitors have a fresh opportunity to explore a vast array of exciting and ancient cultures.
Slovenia is often called 'Europe in Miniature', 'The Sunny Side of the Alps', 'The Green Piece of Europe' and, though they may sound like tourist-brochure blurbs, they're all true.
Hot-blooded Spain has produced some of the world's greatest painters, sculptors and architects.
100,000 lakes, forests that cover half the country, snow-capped mountains, wide, grassy plains, a 7000-kilometre long coastline, flat woodlands, countless islands.
Sparkling lakes, snow-capped peaks, glistening waterfalls and beautiful vistas of never-ending, green Alpine meadows--Switzerland is the stuff Bollywood's picture-perfect dreams are made of.
A bridge between East and West, Turkey combines the best of both worlds. Colourful, historic monuments stand side-by-side with ancient cave structures and labyrinthine underground cities.
England is as well-known for the Royal Family and Stonehenge as it is for fish and chips, warm beer and football.
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