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Hungary & Central Europe

  • Duration: 14N/15D
  • Location: Budapest, Vienna, Prague, Wroclaw, Krakow, Warsaw
  • Available Seat: 10
  • Price: On Request
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Hungary & Central Europe

14 Nights / 15 Days

3N Budapest / 2N Vienna / 3N Prague / 1N Wroclaw / 3N Krakow / 2N Warsaw




Arrive in Budapest. You will be picked up at the airport and transferred to the hotel. Day at Leisure.

Overnight in Budapest.



After breakfast, do a Budapest SIC (Seat-In-Coach) city tour including visit of the Parliament. The highlights of this tour are the Opera House, Heroes’ Square, the city centre, the Chain Bridge and the Parliament. From the Citadel, you will see the fantastic panorama as the city lies before you. After the Grand City Tour, your guide will introduce you to the Hungarian Parliament’s building from outside, which is famous not only because as the symbol of Hungary, but also as one of the most beautiful and the 2nd largest Parliament in the world. Then, you take a guided tour through the magnificent Neo-Gothic chambers and staircases of the House. The tour ends at the Parliament. Afternoon is free at leisure. Dinner and cruise on the river Danube in the evening.

Overnight in Budapest.



After breakfast, depart towards Esztergom which is a historical town where Istvan, the very first King got baptised. Esztergom Basilica is one of the largest basilicas in the world and the tallest building in Hungary. You can take the best photos from the other side of the Danube, so you will be taken over the Maria-Valeria Bridge. Going across the bridge, you will be taken for a short while into Slovakia. Visegrad is the next stop, the heart of the Danube Bend. This village was the home of the Hungarian kings in the 14th century. The Royal Residence is on the top of the hill with a breathtaking panorama on the Danube valley. Continue the journey to Szentendre, where you can have a pleasant walk around the artist’ village with its Mediterranean atmosphere. Transfer back to Budapest.

Overnight in Budapest.



After breakfast, you will be transferred to the train station. Board the train to Vienna. Upon arrival in Vienna, transfer to the hotel and check-in.
In the afternoon, go for a City Tour of Vienna with Panoramic drive passing by the major sites: Ringstrasse with its numerous magnificent buildings, such as the MAK, the State Opera House, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Natural History Museum, the cultural district – the Museums Quartier, the former Habsburg winter residence – the Hofburg, the Parliament, the City Hall and the Burgtheater. Belvedere Palace and the Schonbrunn Palace.

Overnight in Vienna.



After Breakfast today we will leave Vienna in the direction of Slovakia. After arrival you will get a walking city tour through the wonderful old town of Bratislava including a visit of the castle. Afterwards you will have free time for taking lunch in one of the romantic restaurants, or for shopping and a stroll.

Overnight in Vienna.



After breakfast, you will be transferred to the train station. Board the train to Prague. Upon arrival in Prague, you will be transferred to the hotel. Day at Leisure.

Overnight in Prague.



After breakfast, do a full day city tour in Prague. You can visit one of the highlights of Prague such as Tyn Church, Wenceslas Square, Prague castle, Charles Bridge, Lesser Town.

Overnight in Prague.



After breakfast, do a full day tour in Cesky Krumlov. It is located in scenic Southern Bohemia along the banks of River Vltava. The Town was founded in 13th century and has retained its former medieval character. Český Krumlov castle is the second largest in the country after Prague castle. It was a seat of the powerful Rozmberk and Schwarzenberg families and now houses rich historical collections. In the castle gardens cannot miss the unique 18th century castle theatre. You will also have time to have a rest in one of the many stylish and cozy pubs.

Overnight in Prague.



After breakfast transfer from Prague to Wroclaw. In the afternoon day at leisure.

Overnight in Wroclaw.



Morning sightseeing of magical Wroclaw – the city of 100 bridges. Starting from the oldest part of Wroclaw, next to the well-known XIIIth century Cathedral of St. John the Baptist located on Ostrow Tumski island. Walking along Odra river bank, we ascend the “Polish Hill” offering the splendid view over the city. The next pearl on the route is Aula Leopoldina – representative baroque hall at the Wroclaw University. Stroll around medieval cobblestone streets that lead to the Market Square surrounded by old tenement houses with the gothic Town Hall in the center.
In the afternoon transfer to the train station and depart for Krakow. Arrive in Krakow and transfer to the hotel.

Overnight in Krakow.



Krakow half day sightseeing. Krakow is the cultural capital of Poland with Old Town listed as UNESCO Heritage. During the tour you would see Barbican and defensive walls with Florian’s Gate, the Main Market Square with Sukiennice Cloth Hall, St Mary’s Church and Town Hall Tower. We would proceed to the Jagiellonian University, pass by Archbishop Palace (where John Paul II used to live) as well as St Andrew’s Church and St Peter and Paul’s Church to reach the Wawel Hill. In the afternoon transfer to Wieliczka. Visit to the most beautiful and one of the oldest operating salt mine in the world (UNESCO Heritage). From over 700 years it was a source of Polish fortune and a physical fundament of culture. Today Wieliczka is one of the most visited Polish tourist object with magnificent chapels, charming underground lakes and original tools and equipment. During this tour you could see a number of excavated chambers on 3 levels adorned with beautiful sculptures made of salt as well as a salt museum. Transfer back to Krakow.

Overnight in Krakow.



In the morning transfer to the Auschwitz – Birkenau Museum in Oswiecim – a unique in its kind UNESCO site being the largest extermination camp in the world and a world symbol of terror, genocide and Holocaust. It was established by the Nazi’s in 1940 on the outskirts of an industrial town of Oswiecim and during Hitler’s occupation of the area it became a scene of the largest sacrifice of people, predominantly of Jewish origin.

Overnight in Krakow.



Czestochowa is known for the famous Pauline monastery of Jasna Gora that is the home of the Black Madonna painting, a shrine of the Virgin Mary. This spiritual capital of Poland every year attracts thousands of pilgrims from all over the world. During your trip you could visit: the Basilica with Black Madonna Shrine, the exhibition devoted to the 600-years of the Monastery, the Armoury Room and the Treasury Room. Transfer Czestochowa – Warsaw.

Overnight in Warsaw.



Warsaw half day sightseeing. Visit of the capital city of Poland. During the tour we will visit the most important places in the city and we will have an opportunity to know the past of Warsaw and the history of Poland. We will start our route with the visit of the Old Town (UNESCO) and the New Town. After that, we will go to the Lazienki Royal park where we will see the famous monument of Frederic Chopin where we will have an opportunity to relax in the beautiful rose garden and among the amazing nature of this place. Afternoon free to your leisure.

Overnight in Warsaw.


After breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport. (B)


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