Vienna | Budapest | Krakow | Warsaw | Berlin | Prague

Highlights: 

  • See the best of Budapest on a panoramic tour
  • Indulge in the sparking city of Vienna as you tour the city’s highlights
  • Enjoy a highlights tour of Prague, showcasing the best of the city
  • Marvel at the historic structures in Krakow’s Old Town
  • Tour the infamous Auschwitz and Birkenau concentration camps
  • See the Black Madonna at Yasna Gora Monastery

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ACCOMODATIONS

CITYNIGHTSHOTELS
Vienna2Hilton Stadtpark (SFC)
Budapest2Radisson Blu Beke(FC)
Krakow2Holiday Inn (FC)
Warsaw2Radisson Blu (FC)
Berlin2Abba (FC)
Prague2Angelo (FC)
DAY 1
Arrival in Vienna

Upon arrival, meeting and transfer to your hotel. In the evening, a welcome dinner. (D)

DAY 2
Vienna

Your morning sightseeing tour includes the former imperial palace of Hofburg; St. Stephan’s Cathedral, one of the city’s most recognizable symbols; and other vivid reminders of the city’s imperial past. (B)

DAY 3
Vienna | Budapest

Travel to Budapest, through Europe’s most beautiful countryside. (B,D)

DAY 4
Budapest

Morning panoramic city tour of Budapest, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Tour includes Heroes’ Square; Matthias Church, known for unique interior beauty; Fishermen’s Bastion, with its impressive views; the cobblestone streets of Castle Hill; and the Citadel, a fortress built on a 750-foot high plateau overlooking the Danube River. The remainder of the day is yours. (B)

DAY 5
Budapest | Krakow

Make your way through the beautiful valleys of Slovakia as your travel to Krakow. (B,D)

DAY 6
Krakow

Morning tour of Krakow’s historic city center, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Included are the 13th-century Wawel Castle, one of the largest in Poland; the 260-foot tall Mt. Mary’s Church; the Krakow Cloth Hall, a structure dating back to the Renaissance and one of the city’s most recognizable icons; and other city landmarks. In the afternoon tour Auschwitz and Birkenau, the infamous concentration camps from World War II which are also UNESCO World Heritage sites. (B)

DAY 7
Krakow | Warsaw

Journey to Czestochowa to see the shrine in Yasna Gora Monastery called the “Black Madonna” which is popular with religious pilgrims. (B,D)

DAY 8
Warsaw

Morning drive along the Royal Route, with all of its monuments and landmarks, to the Old Town and the Warsaw Ghetto area. (B)

DAY 9
Warsaw | Berlin

Travel to Berlin via Poznan. (B,D)

DAY 10
Berlin

Morning tour of “United Berlin,” featuring the Reichstag, the German Parliament House; Schloss Charlottenburg, the city’s largest palace; the nearly 300-year-old Opera House; and the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, one of the city’s most famous landmarks. (B)

DAY 11
Berlin | Dresden | Prague

This morning visit Dresden, see the beautiful Zwinger Palace, now a museum complex, and Semper Opera House. (B,D)

DAY 12
Prague

Enjoy a panoramic tour of Prague’s historic city center, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Your tour includes the Prague Castle, the largest ancient castle in the world, the 700-year-old St. Vitus Cathedral and Old Town Square. (B)

DAY 13
Departure from Prague

Transfer to the airport for your return flight. (B)

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