Central Europe

Central Europe is a hub to Social, Historical, and Medieval Cultural identity of the entire continent. It hosts Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary. There is something for everyone on this land, that till day, rules most part of Modern Europe!

If you are someone who likes nature and is looking to embark on a journey close to lakes, hills, mountains and other seemingly natural reserves, then you have to check these places out. Bled, Lake Constance, Lake Balaton, Lake Lucerne, Aletsch Glacier, Postojna, Tatra Mountains, Zermatt, Geneva, Lucerne, Hallstatt, Lake Bohinj, Lake Neusiedl, Interlaken, Zurich, Lugano, Lake Thun, Black Forest, Konigssee, Lake Zurich, Heviz, Budapest, Bialowieza Forest, Salzburg, Ljubljana, Krimml, Julian Alps, Brienz, Munich, Worthersee, High Tatras, Pasterze Glacier and so on. Some of these places have castles surrounded by water, while some of them are hiking hotspots. A lot many places here are tourist’s favorite holiday destinations.

Architecture wise, there are tons of places and hotspots to feast on. Vienna is filled with Museums and Opera performances, Prague is one place for Castles and Bridges, Cologne is also known to cathedrals and galleries, Warsaw is a rebuilt town in itself, Berlin has earned place in war history, Potsdam is a place remembered for the Roman Baths and bridges, Bratislava on the banks of River Danube is populated with hilltop castles, Stuttgart hosts Porsche and Merc museums alongside museums with canvases of contemporary art and this sheet isn’t enough to completely list all the destinations. All these places have spectacular architecture of their own in their own styles and designs and these designs are basis of the ancestral legacy tapered down from centuries-old generations!

This is one haven for winter sports, mining, sledding, hiking, skiing and other activities that an adventure junkie would gladly make his way to buy him tickets. Some of these places are Engelberg in Central Swiss, Harz, Gstaad in the Swiss Alps, Bovec in the Slovenian Mountain which also has a nearby Triglav National Park, Krkonose is a haven for winter sports, Klosters-Serneus in the Swiss Alpine village with the Madrisa ski area, and folk museums, Zurs, Crans-Montana which is an Alpine ski resort with golfing and cycling facilities and also places like Winterberg town with ski slopes, a bobsled run, and winter sports museum!