Central Europe is caught between two worlds, the Frankish, Norman, and Mediterranean West and South of Europe – and the mainly Slavic Eastern Europe. At its center is Germany has become the global hub with cities such as Munich, Cologne and Berlin to fulfill all your vacation needs. The highly sought after Oktoberfest and the Cologne Carnival are just some of the reasons why you need to visit Germany.
Today, you’ll find Bavarian villages in Central Europe, old castle towns, grandiose market squares that point to a rich history of trade in the region, as well as glittering old imperial cities with remnants of the Roman Empire still visible.
Located in Central Europe, Croatia is a coastal country that is not only beautiful to look at but also offers a variety of things to do for tourists. There is history interspersed with architecture, great opportunities for swimming, Balkan wine, some of the best seafood and more. The most regularly visited cities here are Dubrovnik and Zagreb, its capital. In a nutshell, this country offers pretty much everything under the sun for a great vacation.