Salzburg is known all over the world as a city of music and a city of culture, being birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Today Salzburg offers a wide range of cultural events.
The beautiful landscape in which Salzburg is located invites for day excursions to discover alpine sights and life.
“Kölle Alaaf” – this is the typical cheer during carnival in Cologne, the old city at the river Rhine. The “fith season” starts in November and has its peak on Rosenmontag in February. Grown men dressed like princesses are dancing arm in arm with frogs and super heroes, as everyone goes wild on the streets and in the many pubs of the city.
The city of Stuttgart is the home of Porsche and Mercedes-Benz and known to car enthusiasts all over the world. Spectacular museums show automotive history and
give an idea of the automobile future. Next to innovation and production, many palaces in the old town and surrounding show the historic importance of Stuttgart.
In the surrounding of the city, vineyards invite for a glass of local wine and food.
Wachau is the valley of the Danube between Melk and Krems. It is located 80 kilometers west of Vienna and is listed with UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites. The long history of the area is also shown by the spectacular monasteries Melk and Göttweig, as well as the old town of Krems. And not to forget, Wachau is known for its excellent wines, which are produced here since the roman times.
Hannover is known for its international trade shows such as Hannover Messe, Agrithechnica or Ligna. Also, Hannover was hosting the first Expo in Germany in 2000 and many buildings are still in
use for international events, concerts and congresses. And the city with a population of 500.000 people has more to offer than being Germanys largest trade show location. Half-timbered
houses, the Leine castle and the museum buildings in the center show the long and rich history of this trade city. Also in the city center is the Maschsee, the cities blue heart and recreational
hotspot for all outdoor activities.
Come and let's discover Hannover!
Wiesbaden is a charming town known for its 19th century spa atmosphere and casino. It is situated at the river Rhein and is an ideal starting point for excursions into the unique region of Rheingau. The area is famous for its wines, manor houses and castles, as well as the fascinating view over the valley.
Innsbruck is especially known as a ski destination, with nine ski regions and over 280 kilometers of slope in close proximity. Innsbruck is the perfect destination for winter and summer, for active holidays and those who want to enjoy the advantages of a city in the Alps.
The city at the river Elbe is also known as Florence of the Elbe, due to its many Italian style buildings from the time when Dresden was the richest capital of the kingdom Saxonia. It is a green and lush city, which is dominated by the river Elbe and its green meadows along the river banks and the Frauenkirche, which has been completely rebuilt the last years.
The “Free and Hanseatic” City of Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany. On the river Elbe, the port of Hamburg is the third largest port in Europe and an important cruise harbor. The city is young, trendy and cool and influenced by water.
"Vienna is like a museum” – at least that is the impression many get at first sight when visiting the city. There are still many buildings from the times of monarchy in Austria which can be rented as exclusive venues for gala dinners. The Habsburgs built their summer palace "Schönbrunn Palace" just a few kilometers from Vienna's city center and it is still Austria´s number one sight to visit. However, there are even more summer residences close by, which are always worth a visit. For instance, the city of Baden, which reminds of a noble summer village from former times. All that is still existing for sightseeing experiences, especially with the background that Vienna is the most livable city in the world.