“Pearl of the Danube”, a grand icon of the past, a treasure-trove filled with over 2.000 years of history, situated on both banks of river Danube.
The cosmopolitan city where West and East meet, home of Franz Liszt and Béla Bartók, Imre Kálmán and playwright Ferenc Molnár.
Opera, operetta and Gypsy Music – gulyas soup and strudel
The city of Waltz music and Lippizaner horses, an international capital, melting pot of Central Europe. Former imperial residence, still reflecting
those powerful centuries. The city of Empress Maria Theresa and Elisabeth (Sisi) – Prinz of Eugen of Savoy and emperor Franz Joseph.
The home of Mozart and Haydn, Beethoven and Johann Strauss – waltz and Vienna Boys’ Choir. Wiener Schnitzel and Sachertorte.
“The most precious gem in the Bohemian crown” (Goethe). Melancholic squares, narrow streets and the unmistakable facades of the houses – the world of Kafka, Rilke and Mozart. The “Golden City” where Mozart’s Don Giovanni was first performed.
Famous beer and Becherovka liquor – Prague ham and dumplings.
Kaleidoscopic styles, diverse cultural activities. A land which is really three lands: Transylvania, Moldavia, Wallachia.
Broad boulevards, terrace restaurants and brasseries.
Bran Castle – famous as “Dracula’s Castle”, Sinaia with the Peles Castle.
Ionesco and Nadja Comaneci – Corn much and Moldavian wines