A&K's Extraordinary Europe

A&K's Extraordinary Europe
July 2018
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Abercrombie & Kent offers wonderful journeys to all the great European cities. But we really come into our own in the Europe less-travelled, in emerging destinations in Eastern, Central and Northern Europe, new favourites of the world's most discerning and intrepid travellers.

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


Poland
One of Eastern Europe's emerging jewels, with medieval architecture, bold mountain landscapes, a rich Jewish heritage and a hip art scene in its capital.

Iceland
Defined by its dramatic volcanic landscape of geysers, hot springs, waterfalls, glaciers and black-sand beaches, wonderful food and inspiring art and culture.


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


Estonia
From the charming capital -Tallinn, to over 2,000 islands and a wonderfully diverse terrain of rocky beaches, forests and lakes.


Latvia
Beyond the vibrant capital, Riga, this is a country of ancient castles, splendid medieval architecture and spectacular unspoiled countryside.


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


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


Georgia
On the divide between Asia and Europe, with breathtaking scenery, a capital oozing old world European charm, and the world's oldest wine region.


Armenia
One of the world's oldest civilisations and continuously-inhabited cities, the birthplace of brandy and the first nation to officially embrace Christianity.


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


Hungary
From Roman ruins and medieval townhouses to baroque churches, neoclassical public buildings and Art Nouveau precincts.


To explore more of our Europe journeys - click here.

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