A&K's Extraordinary Europe

September 2017

Abercrombie & Kent offers wonderful private and small group journeys to all the great European cities and regions. But where we really come into our own is in the Europe less-travelled, emerging destinations in Eastern, Central and Northern Europe, the new favourites of the world’s most discerning and intrepid travellers.

If you want to experience a Europe away from the madding crowds, in inimitable A&K style, talk to us about your journey to one of our new favourite European destinations:


Slovenia is a tiny gem of a country with a small stretch of coastline boasting stunning alpine scenery, lakes, crystal-clear rivers, caves and castles.


Full of treasures, Poland is one of Eastern Europe’s emerging jewels. It’s full of medieval architecture, bold mountain landscapes, a rich Jewish heritage and a hip art scene in its capital.


This Nordic island nation is defined by its dramatic volcanic landscape of geysers, hot springs, waterfalls, glaciers and black-sand beaches. It also has wonderful food, and inspiring art and culture.


Perfect all year round, Norway offers excellent winter activities, Northern Lights, husky and reindeer sledding, majestic fjords and a multitude of islands to discover.


Estonia has a charming capital – Tallinn, with a UNESCO-protected Old Town – plus over 2,000 islands and a wonderfully diverse terrain of rocky beaches, old-growth forests and lakes.


Beyond the vibrant capital, Riga, Latvia is a country of ancient castles, splendid medieval architecture and spectacularly unspoiled countryside, with lakes, forests and sandy beaches.


The southernmost Baltic state, Lithuania is a nature-lover's delight, with lush forests, lakes and a stunning coastline plus a capital, Vilnius, full of architectural delights.


The world’s largest nation boasts a fascinating history, mesmerising monuments, glittering St Petersburg and the Hermitage, Moscow and the Kremlin, and the charming Volga River.


The Republic of Georgia is located on the divide between Asia and Europe with breathtaking scenery, a capital oozing old world European charm, and the world’s oldest wine region.



One of the world's oldest civilisations, Armenia was the first nation in the world to officially embrace Christianity and its capital is one of the world's oldest continuously-inhabited cities.


This small Balkan country is packed with rugged mountains, medieval villages and a narrow strip of beaches along its Adriatic coastline.


Hungary has seen civilisations come and go and boasts architectural marvels from Roman ruins and medieval townhouses to baroque churches, neoclassical public buildings and Art Nouveau structures.

To download our 2018 Europe brochure click here.