Explore Europe in a group tour: A tailormade round trip is an ideal opportunity to get to know the numerous sights and attractions of the continent and to share your travel experiences. Do you already have an eye on certain European destinations, but lack the appropriate accommodation to accommodate the entire group? Are you still considering which itinerary suits you best? IQ Incoming is your competent hotel agency for all your questions regarding a tour of Europe. We will put together and schedule your optimal travel package for a successful group tour through Europe. Whether in Paris, Vienna or Prague: we include only the travel services you want, from transfers and overnight stays to meals, guided tours or wine tastings…
The organisation of our group tours in Europe includes:
IQ Incoming will take you to the most attractive cities in Europe and will put together the perfect itinerary according to your individual wishes. How about our Great European Tour, for example? In 12 days you will get to know five fascinating capitals of Central Europe. Travel with us to Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Prague and Vienna: You can read our travel inspirations about what to expect there…
“Paris, mon amour! Hardly any other city in Europepersonifies so much romance and passion as the French capital. Montmartre’s idyllic alleys and stairways, the world-famous Moulin Rouge Theater or snow-white Sacre Coeur Basilica underline the city’s sensual ideal. But also landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Pantheon or the magnificent palaces along the boulevard Champs-Elysées make up the special aesthetics of Paris.
Of course, a visit to the unique Versailles Palace – residence of former French kings such as the famous “Sun King” Louis XIV – is not to be missed. The famous Hall of Mirrors is a masterpiece of baroque architecture.
The Dutch capital Amsterdam is known for its many waterways, the town canals, and the historic gable houses. The construction of the city was an engineering and architectural masterpiece. Due to its location at the mouth of the rivers Amstel and Ij, the city area was surrounded by swamps, which were drained and reclaimed in the Middle Ages. In the course of the expansion of the city, the famous canal belt was created, for which Amsterdam is known today and for which it has been awarded the title of UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Today, the city stands on around five million wooden and concrete piles. The Dutch capital is not only famous for its picturesque residential buildings along the canals, but also for the entertainment and red-light district around the Oude Kerk. Other attractions are the Anne Frank House, the Van Gogh Museum or the floating flower market.
Berlin looks like an open-air museum of recent history. Over 30 years ago, the German capital was part of both, the GDR and the Federal Republic of Germany. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, the city was united. Even today, the neighborhoods in the west and east of the city are characterized by their different architectural styles, which ultimately explains Berlin’s appeal.
Go in search of traces of German history and discover the former East Berlin with the Brandenburg Gate and the magnificent Unter den Linden boulevard, Alexanderplatz with the iconic television tower, Museum Island with the Berlin Cathedral or the former border crossing (Checkpoint Charlie) on Friedrichstrasse. In the west, the Reichstag building, the Victory Column with Tiergarten, “Kudamm” promenade, the memorial church or the popular Kreuzberg nightlife district are all tempting places to visit.
Let the magic of the Golden City seduce you! The historical center of Prague is one of the most beautiful in Central Europe and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The metropolis on the Vltava River is characterized by Gothic and Baroque buildings, but Art Nouveau facades, Cubist and postmodern houses can also be found here. While the famous Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral and the picturesque Golden Lane are located at “Lesser Town”
on the left side of the Vltava River, Prague’s Old Town delights visitors with the Old Town Hall, the Powder Tower, the Art Nouveau Municipial House or Wenceslas Square. Both parts of the city are connected by the historic Charles Bridge, one of the oldest stone bridges in Europe. Both sides are adorned with several sculptures of saints and patrons. Those interested in literature can trace the famous literary son of the city – Franz Kafka.
Probably no other city is as closely associated with famous classical musicians like Mozart, Beethoven or Haydn as Vienna. In the 18th and 19th century, Vienna was not only the capital of music, but also the imperial residence of the House of Habsburg. Many sights from this period can still be admired in the city today. The palaces Schönbrunn, Belvedere and the building complex around the imperial Hofburg bear witness to the important past of Vienna and the Habsburg rulers.
Numerous renowned music houses such as the Vienna State Opera, the Vienna Konzerthaus or the Burgtheater are reminders of the famous musical epoch of the Viennese Classicism. A visit to St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Prater and the Hundertwasser House is also a must. Neither should you miss a ride on the traditional Viennese carriages “Fiaker” nor on the Ferris wheel at the Prater pleasure park.