Your gateway to Central Eastern Europe
MerciTravel is one of the few B2B tour operators in Central Europe focusing strongly on the Asian market. There are many tour operators in Central Europe, but only a few understand deeply the Asian market. Our primary goal is, to provide reliable, personalized and professional services to our customers. We provide all your customers need, including sightseeing, National meals, personalized itineraries, private tours, luxury packages, incentive travel, corporate travel and MICE. We have special packages, developed for the Asian Market.
Central Europe is a region in the heart of Europe. It includes the German-speaking countries, four former Warsaw Pact member states, and Slovenia, a former Yugoslav republic, now all of them are member of the EU and the Schengen Zone, giving you a unique opportunity to visit all of these places with one single visa. These countries share close economic and cultural ties with the region. Central Europe has some of the oldest and best preserved cities on the continent. Below is a list of the most notable:
The capital of Hungary has a wealth of grand architecture, culture and its famous thermal baths, as well as one of the oldest metro systems in the world.
The cultural center and former capital of Poland. It is famed for its charming medieval architecture and one of the largest old-town market squares in Europe.
The political and business center of Poland with a completely re-built old-town and castle square.
The world-famous capital of the Czech Republic is one of Europe’s most attractive and well preserved large cities and has.
The elegant capital of Austria. Toursists are eager to visit Vienna because of the city’s exciting combination of the royal-imperial flare of the past with the latest trends. But much more than old buildings turn Vienna into a city of beauty.
The charming capital of Slovenia. Can be seen as a "smaller, alpine version of Prague". emerged as an expatriate melting pot since the opening of the Iron Curtain.
the largest and the most important Slovak city, has a rich history. From its beginnings and throughout its historical development it has ranked among the most prominent cities of central Europe.
Although the capital of an independent nation for only two decades, Zagreb has a long and rich history: the year 1094 is considered an official birthday of the city when king Ladislas I of Hungary founded bishopric of Zagreb.