The elegant, life-affirming city on the Rhine stands for fashion, shopping, culture and extraordinary events. From Königsallee – fondly known as the “Kö”, one of Europe’s most luxurious shopping avenues – it’s just a short walk to the historical Altstadt (Old Town) with its 260 bars and restaurants. Its flair is world-famous, its narrow streets are vibrant, and the multifaceted cultural scene produces spectacular events and exhibitions.
Innsbruck is known as the “capital of the Alps”. The city is surrounded by several mountain chains which provides an impressive panorama for a city that has already hosted the Winter Olympic Games twice. Innsbruck is the perfect destination for winter and summer, for active incentives and meeting groups who want to enjoy the advantages of a city in the Alps.
The “Free and Hanseatic” City of Hamburg is the cultural und economic center of Northern Germany. Located on the river Elbe, the port of Hamburg is the second largest port in Europe and an important cruise harbor. Hamburg’s newest landmark is the Elbphilharmonie in the new built quarter 'HafenCity'.
Hamburg can easily be reached by direct flights from all major European airports, with only a short transfer time from the airport into the city center.
Known as the Florence of the Elbe, Dresden has a lot to offer – from the unique location at the river Elbe, over the great historic buildings as the worldwide know
Frauenkirche, to the beautiful surroundings of Saxon Switzerland.
Dresden is situated about 200 km south of Berlin and can be easly reached through the International airports Schönefeld and Tegel in Berlin.
Graz is the capital of the Austrian region Styria. The city is well known for its old town and its diverse traditional food and beverage scene. Life in Graz is a little slower and more relaxed than in Vienna – the city has almost a Mediterranean feeling with its small streets and little places.
Since Graz is surrounded by beautiful nature and agricultural land it is no surprise that visitors can enjoy all these influences in the restaurants, bars, pubs, cafés and wineries.
Discover on different tours the culinary diversity of Graz and the Styria region:
Explore Berlin’s unique trends. Meet the shakers and makers that matter: the city’s daring entrepreneurs, ambitious start-up founders, resourceful retailers, inventive craftspeople, creative designers and artists.
Discover the German capital through different eyes by visiting some of its most distinctive sites, from independent stores, original co-working spaces to avant-garde art studios and pioneering tech workshops.
Vienna – a city with more than 1.8 million inhabitants – provides residents and visitors with green spaces that take up more than half of the metropolitan area. Almost 300 parks and the amazing 21 km long Danube Island offer a unique recreational area. The wine regions within the city limits are close and the neighboring villages such as Klosterneuburg are just about 20 km from the center of Vienna.
All these are good reasons to discover Vienna by bike. For those who are looking for a more intense bike experience, a tour to Klosterneuburg Monastery includes all the best of Vienna and its surroundings.
City tourism is booming in Europe and so are the expectations of the visitors. That is why we provide a new format in sightseeing!
You will not only see the most exciting places and most important sights of the city, but also historical photos and films, played to you on monitors in the coach and tablets on a walking. Commented live by tour guides.
Thus, you are travelling through time into the history of the largest German cities. Whether by bus or on foot: These city tours are very special experiences. Sightseeing and infotainment joined to an almost magical connection!
In the recent years Germany has often been the host of big international sport events. More and bigger international sport events are held in several cities throughout the country. One of the high lights of 2017 will definitely be The IHF Women's Handball Championship. The 23rd event hosted by the International Handball Federation, will be held in Germany from 1st to 17th December 2017.
The tournament is scheduled to be played in six German cities where 24 teams from all over the world will compete against each other.
In addition to host Germany, the reigning world champion Norway, is set as defending champion. Already qualified are Denmark, the Netherlands and France.