Fun

Europe is an amazing place, it’s big continent with hundreds of incredible cities worthy of recognition. Nevertheless it would be also great to highlight a few attractions that we love and think they should be considered on the trip to Europe making it relaxing and funny.

Hallein Salt Mine, Austria
Hallein Salt Mine,
Austria
Conference Bikes (Munich, Berlin, Prague)
Conference Bikes
(Munich, Berlin, Prague)
BMW World, Munich, Germany
BMW World,
Munich, Germany
Svarovsky Crystal factory, Austria
Svarovsky Crystal factory,
Austria
Wiener Prater, Vienna, Austria
Wiener Prater,
Vienna, Austria
Szchenyi Baths, Hungary
Szchenyi Baths,
Hungary
Horse shows at Hungarian farm, Hungary
Horse shows at Hungarian farm,
Hungary
Octoberfest, Munich, Germany
Octoberfest,
Munich, Germany
Christmas Markets, Germany
Christmas Markets,
Germany
Becherovka Museum, Karlove Vary, Czech Republic
Becherovka Museum,
Karlove Vary, Czech Republic
 Olympic Stadium Tour, Munich, Germany
Olympic Stadium Tour,
Munich, Germany
Black theatre, Prague, Czech Republic
Black theatre,
Prague, Czech Republic

Hallein Salt Mine, Austria

In Hallein, the oldest mine in the world open to visitors, everyone from the age of four up can take part in a treasure hunt – and follow the mysterious, ancient miners’ tunnels for many kilometres into the mystical mountain.

Conference Bikes (Munich, Berlin, Prague)

ConferenceBike is a revolutionary way to bring people together. It’s pedaled by 7 riders sitting in a circle. One person steers while the other 6 pedal as the bike moves effortlessly along. Originally conceived as an artwork by internationally recognized artist Eric Staller, the bike makes every operator feel like an artist; behind the wheel of this bike you see the joy that you are bringing to people.

BMW World, Munich, Germany

The BMW brand has always stood for a dynamic driving experience and pioneering innovations - in terms of both design and technological solutions. Today BMW is is the world's leading manufacturer of premium automobiles. You will find the BMW exhibition in its customary location: in the Gallery of Driving Pleasure along the BMW Welt Plaza. The design is characterised by high-quality materials, clear shapes and brightly shining colours typical of BMW. It provides the perfect setting in which to showcase technologies, engine construction, the design process and the current BMW models.

Svarovsky Crystal factory, Austria

Founded by Daniel Swarovski in the Austrian village of Wattens in 1895, Swarovski has become the world’s leading manufacturer of precision-cut crystal. And today, more than 110 years on, Swarovski remains a family-run enterprise under the management of Daniel Swarovski’s fourth- and fifthgeneration descendants. For Swarovski Crystal Worlds, the multimedia artist André Heller designed 14 Chambers of Wonder dedicated to the versatile artistic interpretation of the material crystal. The result is a universe of discoveries and a simply unique experience with every visit.

Wiener Prater, Vienna, Austria

Adventure, tradition, and Viennese charm at once - no other place radiates so much energy and joie de vivre as the Vienna Prater.A fascinating world awaits visitors and guarantees entertainment for both young and old. Full of turbulent roller coasters, spooky ghost trains and attractions of all sorts - there is hardly any other place in the world to challenge your senses in this intoxicating way. Time flies here while spendind a few pleasurable hours with your family, enjoying the Prater highlights or just having dinner with friends. Have fun and enjoy – this is the Prater's motto!

Szchenyi Baths, Hungary

Szechenyi Spa Baths in Budapest is one of the best and largest spa baths in Europe with its 15 indoor baths and 3 grand outdoor pools. Built in 1913 is the most visited and much praised attraction in Budapest: relaxing, fun, affordable and, at night, romantic. In addition to the marvelous medicinal natural hot spring waters in the 18 pools, there are 10 saunas / steam cabins, several massage therapies, facial treatments, and more.

Horse shows at Hungarian farm, Hungary

Swap Budapest's urban backdrop for the rustic landscape of Hungary's plains (the `puszta`), a World Heritage Site. Framed by the Danube and Tisza rivers, these vast flatlands offer an insight into rural Hungary. Spend the day on a traditional farm where you will watch a spectacular horse show and relish a Hungarian feast.

Octoberfest, Munich, Germany

Munich's largest and most traditional breweries cordially invite you to join the festivities. Drink beer by the litre (teetotallers don't need to worry: sodas and water are also available), eat traditional Bavarian food such as pretzels with a diameter of 15 inches. Listen to live brass bands playing traditional Bavarian music as well as more up-to-date music, and enjoy yourself with hundreds of other people from all over the world, dancing and singing the hours away.

Christmas Markets, Germany

This chilly winter country has a history of wonderfully warm, colourful and fattening Christmas markets set in spectacular locations. Some of Germany's best are: Esslingen (medieval costumes and carols); Wurzburg (snow probable); Berncastel-Kues (arguably the prettiest); Hamelin (Pied Piper's home so kid friendly!); Heidelberg (lots of kid's stuff); Lubeck (UNESCO World Heritage Site); Regensburg(superbly lit and romantic); Rothenburg (medieval Disneyland)....

Becherovka Museum, Karlove Vary, Czech Republic

Exposition dedicated to Becherovka, probably the most famous Czech liqueur, is located in the historic building in the centre of Karlovy Vary. During the tour of the original factory cellars you will learn about the history of Becherovka, its manufacturing or storage. You will see the historic objects associated with Becherovka and then you will be shown a short film. Admission includes a tasting of Becherovka, or other drinks from the company's production. After that you can purchase Becherovka and other products in different volumes and forms in the local shop.

Olympic Stadium Tour, Munich, Germany

A Must-have for all Sport Fans: the Stadium-Tour through the Olympic Stadion. See the Olympic stadium in detail and learn more about its background and and the way things work. Especially worthwhile is the former booths of the FC Bayern München and TSV 1860 München football club and the VIP area where you can enjoy an excellent view. You can also prove your ability to score goals at our goal wall. Who knows. Perhaps there's a talent scout nearby ...

Steam boat cruise with dinner, Prague, Czech Republic

Three-hour cruise with dinner and music is a real experience. During the months when it gets dark earlier, you can see the most interesting sights of Prague in evening lights. Dinner on a steam-boat is unforgettable also during summer months when you can enjoy pleasant summer twilights. During the trip you will see the most significant sights of Prague. You will pass by St. Agnes convent, Prague castle, Rudolfinum, the Charles bridge and the National theatre

The Ballet of the White Stallions at Spanish Riding School, Vienna, Austria

The performances of the famous snowy white Lipizzaner stallions and their riders in the baroque Winter Riding School built by Josef Emanuel Fischer von Erlach in the years 1729 to 1735 are some of the most moving and beautiful impressions for horse lovers and bear living testimony to European culture. During these performances the visitor witnesses the spectacular perfection of the “High School of Classical Horsemanship” with the Pas de Deux, Work in Hand and on the Long Rein and the School Quadrille which is shown with eight stallions. The Levade, Courbette and Capriole are the highlights of the “Schools above the Ground”.

Black theatre, Prague, Czech Republic

To visit Prague and not attend a black light theatre is like leaving Italy without having a pizza. This dreamlike world of colour, weird and wonderful forms, music, special effects and hovering actors, all played out against a black backdrop, was invented here. Black light theatre is one of the highlights of the Czech cultural world