A&K's Extraordinary Europe

A&K's Extraordinary Europe
July 2018

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.

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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 and continuously-inhabited cities, the birthplace of brandy and the first nation to officially embrace Christianity.

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

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

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