• Austria

    Nestled in the Alps, Austria’s lush rolling green hills, endless silver lakes, and picturesque castles are enough to take your breath away. Vienna, Austria’s capital, has been an important center of musical and artistic innovation, drawing some of the most important classical composers in the history of music; today, the Vienna Philharmonic caries on this strong classical music tradition.

  • Croatia

    Croatia is on the Adriatic Sea and a known summer tourist destination. Croatia welcomes millions each year to the beautiful beaches and warm, clear waters of its 1,185 islands. Croatia's inland regions provide just as many opportunities to explore the country's natural beauty and rich cultural history - from vineyards, quaint villages, and romantic castles to forests, rivers, and gorges.

  • Denmark

    Denmark is a tiny Scandinavian country located in the far north of Western Europe. Pretty blonde girls, large sweaters and warm pastries, often come to mind when thinking about Denmark, which is not far from the truth. Copenhagen is a very modern city and is famous for exporting some of the best and most cutting-edge design and architecture in the world.

  • Spain

    Spanish culture exhibits a marked zest for life, reflected in the aesthetics, food, lifestyle, and in the warmth of the people. Spanish culture is widely known for Flamenco music and dance, bullfights, 20th century art from the likes of Picasso, Miró and Dalí, and Spanish guitar taken to heights of virtuosity by musicians such as Paco de Lucia.