1. Willanow Palace

    Wilanów Palace Museum, Warsaw

    The Wilanów Palace, set in spacious grounds by the Vistula River, on the edge of Warsaw, is considered the Versailles of Poland and was the second home of various Polish kings. Challenge The Palace’s Museum of King Jan III contains a range of portraits, sculptures, fine antiques and objects dating from the 16th century. The […]

  2. Royal Castle Warsaw

    The Royal Castle, Warsaw

    The Royal Castle is symbolic of the resistant spirit of the Polish nation. Since its origins in the fourteenth century, it has been destroyed and rebuilt twice as well as bombed and looted by the Nazis. Now newly restored, the castle, together with the city’s Old Town, is registered as a protected UNESCO World Heritage […]

  3. Adare Manor

    Adare Manor, Ireland

    The magnificent Adare Manor, one of Ireland’s premier luxury attractions, is the former seat of the Earls of Dunraven.  The house and its grounds have undergone a significant refurbishment. The building’s architectural heritage as a Neo-Gothic masterpiece has been preserved, while incorporating the contemporary comforts and technological conveniences that luxury travellers seek. Challenge Unlike a […]