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Some of the world’s most exciting cultural experiences are right on your doorstep: Europe’s history and customs are rich and varied, as you’ll find dancing the night away at a Viennese Ball. Slightly further afield, the mysteries of the Middle East await. Get acquainted…


Turkey is a country of two halves - with its capital city Istanbul straddling both Europe and Asia. The bosphorus river acts as the continental boundary, weaving through the historic city with its ancient temples, iconic mosques and resplendent palaces. Besides the cultural havens, Turkey has a beautiful natural environment with thermal geologic areas, picturesque beaches and stunning mountain scenery.


Iceland is a nature-lover’s dream, with an abundance of fascinating landscapes to see. The ‘Land of Ice and Fire’, as it is now called thanks to its many appearances in the Game of Thrones series, has natural phenomenons aplenty – from volcanoes and geysers to glaciers and waterfalls. There’s so much nature to see in this incredible country – in fact, there’s more nature than people – Iceland is the least densely populated country in Europe, with only 8.3 people per square mile. The capital city, Reykjavik, runs on geothermal power and is a hub of intriguing Icelandic culture. From vikings to elves, there’s so much to learn about this captivating place.


Sweden is a country of islands, made up of thousands of coastal islands and inland lakes. The capital, Stockholm, is built on 14 islands and there are more than fifty bridges with which to navigate this medieval city. Swedish Lapland is home to the famous Icehotel and is one of the best places in the world to witness the elusive Aurora Borealis. Dog sledding, reindeer feeding, snowmobiling and skiing here all make for a quintessential winter adventure.



The Austrian capital of Vienna lies on the Danube and has an understated baroque refinement and strong musical heritage: Mozart and Strauss are notable Viennese figures. The arts and high culture are respected greatly here by residents, and Viennese balls have been attended by both locals and those from further afield since the 19th century. Austria itself boasts Boreal forests and stunning alpine scenery.

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