Located in the heart of Europe, the countries which comprise this region - Germany, Austria and Switzerland - offer a wealth of contrasts, from fairytale castles and traditional market towns to elegant contemporary cities.
You can enjoy world-class art, festivals and culture in cities such as Berlin, Munich, Vienna and Zurich. While the countryside has something for everyone, from rural retreats to great forests and mountains. The central location also means that many other great European cities such as Prague, Amsterdam, Copenhagen or Rome, are within easy reach.
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When it comes to destinations with all-year-round appeal, few places compare with the classic delights of Austria. From cultural splendour to traditional elegance, Austria promises something for everyone.
Vienna is Austria's capital and cultural centre. Whether you're looking for high culture, stunning buildings or simply indulgent chocolate cakes, this city on the Danube will not disappoint. The Habsburg Empire established a strong sense of art and music, which lives on in the city's architecture and the world-renowned Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
The city's wide boulevards are lined with Baroque palaces; it's also home to world renowned modern art in the Kunst Wien, Old Masters in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, wacky architecture in Hundertwasser's Kunsthaus Wien and the avant-garde Museum Quartier. Even the most dedicated of culture vultures will find themselves spoilt for choice in grand old Vienna.
At the heart of the Austrian Alps, Innsbruck also offers countless attractions, such as the magnificently sprawling Ambras Castle. Visit the Old Town to find Innsbruck's most characteristic landmark, the Golden Roof. A fascinating combination of tradition and modernity, the city is perfect for mountaineering, city strolls and Baroque operas.
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With our hotels spanning the length and breadth of Germany, there are plenty of opportunities to explore the rich culture and heritage of this fascinating country.
For a weekend of memorable experiences, Berlin never disappoints. Unmissable is the city's World Heritage Site, Museum Island, which includes the famous Pergamon Museum. And don't forget to visit the iconic Brandenberg Gate, leading onto the breathtaking Tiergarten Park.
Cologne is one of Germany's oldest cities, with its cathedral, the 'Kölner Dom', the world's tallest Gothic structure. The fantastic shops along Düsseldorf's famous street Königsallee are well worth a visit.
For art lovers, Frankfurt has more galleries than you could visit in a weekend. And for a little refreshment, sample the apple wine in the medieval taverns of the city's Sachsenhausen district.
With its Roman heritage, half-timbered houses and baroque and gothic architecture, Mainz is a fascinating mix. Head to Munich, a city guaranteed to impress and stimulate, with its vast number of architectural treasures and a vibrant arts scene. While Nuremburg offers visitors the quaint and the cosmopolitan.
But don't limit your German voyage of discovery to cities alone. Germany's countryside also has something for everyone, from rural retreats to great forests and mountains.
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From stunning mountain ranges to delicious chocolates, Switzerland is certainly something special. With its alpine landscapes and invigorating atmosphere, a break here will leave you refreshed and relaxed. And as well as the outdoors, there are plenty of opportunities to sample the shops, bars and restaurants in its stylish cities.
Basel is a city adorned by world renowned modern as well as classical architecture, such as the remarkable Muster Cathedral. It's also rich in culture, with museums and galleries in abundance, and close by are beautiful hills, forest and valleys for you to explore.
Zurich, the capital, mingles past and present, urban and natural - from its affluent financial core to the soaring towers of the 12th century Grossmünster. Feel the city's heartbeat in the lively cafés, bars and bistros lining the River Limmat; or wander Lake Zürich's leafy promenades and take in Europe's largest waterfall - 'Schaffhausen'.
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