Are you stressed out about putting together an itinerary to Europe? Not sure where to travel to first, how much time to spend where, what sights are really worth visiting and which ones are overrated? Wondering what are the best accommodations for you, your family or group, and which is the best way to get around, by train or car? Should you purchase a rail pass or point-to-point tickets?
Allow us to help you eliminate the daunting complexities. If you’re planning a trip to either Germany, Austria, Belgium, Prague (Czech Republic), or Kiev (Ukraine) you’ll be glad you dialed us up! We can help you travel like a local while saving you time and money at the following destinations.
Destinations – in Austria: Vienna, Danube Valley, Mauthausen, Salzburg, Sound of Music sites, Innsbruck, Hall in Tirol, Graz – in Germany: Munich, Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt, Baden-Baden, Romantic Rhine (Bingen to Koblenz), Dresden, Meissen, Romantic Road (Rothenburg to Füssen), Ludwig’s castles (e.g. Neuschwanstein), Berchtesgaden, Obersalzberg (Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest) – in Belgium: Bruges, Bastogne, Ypres, Poperinge, Mechelin – in Czech Republic: Prague, Terezin (Theresienstadt) – in Ukraine: Kiev, Chernobyl.
A Harriman trip consultation is a prudent investment and well worth its salt.
The fee is US$60 for a 30-minute trip consultation over the phone (the fee also covers the extra time spent by Harriman poring over your itinerary prior to the call).
Contact Harriman (by phone or email form) to schedule an appointment.
Free consultation: Sign up for one of Harriman’s tour packages and receive free consultation as part of your package.
Brett Harriman is seen here (Photoshoped) on Kapuzinerberg (Capuchins’ Ridge) holding his popular guidebook — Salzburg, Lake District & The Sound of Music — with Salzburg old town and its super fortress in the background. (See this guidebook on Amazon.com)