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Just Two Spots Left Open on 2013 Calendar

Saturday, March 23rd, 2013

March 25 A busier than average year has European Focus Private Tours founder and chief guide James Derheim busier than ever, with just two spots left open in a very active year. Those spots are: June 30 to July 12 September 1 to 19 It’s the perfect time to get together with a couple of […]

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Already Dreaming of 2016 Adventures

Monday, August 11th, 2014

August 11 Steve and Debbie plan ahead. Their April, 2014 trip came as a result of their meeting us in Chicago at the January, 2013 Travel and Adventure Show. Now they have just locked in their April-May, 2016 trip to Germany and Austria. We will be visiting Berlin, Dresden, Rothenburg, N├╝rnberg, Berchtesgaden and Salzburg and […]

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Adventures on the way in 2014

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

Updated on March 6 We will be visiting Prague in July as part of a two-week trip with a family of four from Arizona. Follow along on our adventures by saving our blog page as a favorite. March 29 to April 7: Tour for two couples, both repeat guests of European Focus, to London and […]

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Walk Where Your Ancestors Walked

Friday, December 13th, 2013

Genealogy is the fastest growing hobby in the world. Millions of people want to see the places where their ancestors lived before emigrating. We have been leaders in this field since 1989, starting the world’s first professional photography service exclusively for family historians. That photography business mushroomed to include photography and tours combined. Now we […]

2014 calendar update

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

Updated January 15, 2014 Thinking of a dream trip to Europe? So are these people. And, they have made their reservations already for travel in 2014. Don’t wait to fulfill your dreams of easy and relaxed travel in Europe. April 11 to 25: Tour for two, renewal of vows in Italy, first time clients Steve […]

The First Motorized Flight was Not By the Wright Brothers

Sunday, October 27th, 2013

October 27 No, it was not. This may come as a shock to those whose knowledge of history is restricted to what they learned in High School, but the first person to successfully fly a heavier than air craft was Gustav Weisskopf, a German-American from the hamlet of Leutershausen near Ansbach, Bavaria, Germany. Weisskopf, who […]

Thinking of a dream trip to Europe?

Monday, October 7th, 2013

Updated on October 12 So are these people. And, they have made their reservations already for travel in 2014. Our schedule at this point is at the 75 percent level. We can take just a few more tours before we are full. Don’t wait to fulfill your dreams of easy and relaxed travel in Europe. […]

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A Walk Around Salzburg Part One

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

September 25 Salzburg, Austria happens to be one of the prettiest small cities on our Southern Germany and Austria itinerary. Called the ‘Rome of the North,’ Salzburg, founded by the Romans, may have lost its Forum but in its place are magnificent statues, fountains, more than one horse bath and 37 churches and one synagogue. […]

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