Or­gani­sa­tion of guid­ed tours

We are pleased to organize for you or the people who accompany you guided tours in various cities in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, or other places you would like to visit. We offer a great variety of towns and city trips.

In the program, there are typical city tours focusing on sights as well as guided tours with emphasis on certain historic eras, culinary customs or  museums of a particular city. Please contact us at any time for further inquiries, we would like to explain all the options to you in a personal meeting.

Munich – The Bavarian state capital has been the "secret capital of Germany" since the 1980th. It is home to many famous companies, such as BMW. The shopping opportunities are unlimited. In summer time, a visit to the beergarden is an absolute must.

Berlin –  The new and old capital of Germany since 1990 and largest German city has had a very eventful history for the last 100 years. Today Berlin is a magnet for creative people and company founders. You can choose from different guided tours, especially historical and cultural subjects are of great interest to its visitors. Tours through the many parks, zoos and castle parks are also very much in demand.


Hamburg is the second largest city of Germany and characterized historically and currently by its shipping industry and the important port. Since July 2015, Hamburg's Speicherstadt (warehouse district) and Kontorhausviertel (business district) have been UNESCO World Heritage site. Just because of that fact it is worth to explore Hamburg. But also the shopping areas near Jungfernstieg and the old and new city with uncountable canals are definitely worth a visit. It's no coincidence that Hamburg is also called "The Venice of the North".


Heidelberg – The town is one of the most beautiful cities in Germany, and its environment also has a lot to offer. Heidelberg is home to Germany's oldest university, and famous for its picturesque historical center, the Old Bridge and, of course, the Heidelberg Castle.

Nuremberg – In the Middle Ages, Nuremberg was the biggest and most prosperous city in Germany. Don't miss the impressive fortress of Nuremberg, the Christmas market and the picturesque historical center!

Zurich – Get to know the social and cultural center and the biggest city of Switzerland. See for yourself why Zurich – besides Geneva – is often called the city with the highest quality of life in the world.

Vienna is the Austrian capital, but above all, the centuries-old imperial capital and residence of the Austrian Empire. In Vienna, the culture flourishs, and there are charming coffeehouses on every corner waiting for you.

Salzburg was already founded in 696 as bishop's see on the ruins of an ancient Roman city, and is the birth place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The picturesque old town and the Hohensalzburg Castle have been UNESCO World Heritage sites since 1996.

Madrid has been the political, cultural and social center of Spain for a long time now, and this fact is also emphasized by its central location on the Iberian Peninsula. The list of tourist attractions is unbelievably long: Museo del Prado, Museo Reina Sofia, Royal Palace, Cibeles, Bernabeu stadium of Real Madrid and much more.

Barcelona – The second largest city of Spain is one of the most visited European towns. This does not come as a surprise: No other city in the world offers so much culture, culinary delicacies, such a beautiful city center, modern art and historic cultural assets as well as the FC Barcelona.

Sevilla is situated in the South of Spain, and was the cultural and financial switchboard between the old and new world. Sevilla has preserved this glory and the Arabic influences from the first century until today. Therefore, the metropolis is among the most beautiful cities in the world. Sevilla is also the most Spanish city, center of bullfighting and flamenco as well as home to the Feria de Abril, the largest public festival in Spain.