The European Union is a major tourist destination, attracting visitors from outside of the Union and citizens travelling inside it.

Can you find the European capitals on a map? How well do you know the European capitals for real?

The countries’ principal cities have been always among the best places to live in. As for travel the most visited in this region are London and Paris, followed by Amsterdam and Rome. For those who are seeking for a more affordable travel spots with no less gorgeous architecture and tourist attractions, no less charming and friendly, will be interesting to visit such capital cities like Warsaw, Budapest, Vienna and Prague. Do not compare them, every city you have a chance to visit during this tour, has its own atmosphere, stories, legends, spirit…


Day 1

Warsaw  (PL)
Upon arrival in Warsaw Chopin Airport, meet with your guide/assistance and transfer to your hotel, check-in
Meet with a local guide at the reception of the hotel for short classic city tour including the Old Town area: Castle Square (with King Sigismund Waza Column) & the Royal Castle (built in the 14th century as a wooden fortress for the Dukes of Mazovia), St. John’s Cathedral, the Old Town Market Square, the Barbican (fortification built in 16th century)…
Dinner at a local restaurant in the Old Town. Accommodation & overnight in Warsaw


Day 2

Warsaw  (PL)

Breakfast at the hotel
Meet with a local guide & driver at the lobby of the hotel for a half day morning tour – drive along the Royal Route: Krakowskie Przedmiescie, Nowy Swiat and Aleje Ujazdowskie, with numerous churches, monuments, historic buildings and palaces, many of them housing embassies and ministries; stop and walk through the Lazienki Park with its famous Palace on the Isle (entrance); one of the last 18th century court theatres in Europe; Belvedere Palace…

Drive to the city center; time at leisure / time for shopping.
Afternoon visit of the Palace of Culture and Science – the highest building in Poland (built between 1952 and 1955), it was a “gift from the Soviet people to the Polish nation”, offered by Joseph Stalin himself. The big attraction is a large viewing terrace on the 30th floor of the Palace – with an excellent panoramic view…
Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Warsaw


Day 3

Warsaw – Wroclaw  (PL)

Breakfast at the hotel; Check-out
Bus for a journey to Wroclaw (ca. 370 km, 4,30 h). Check-in at the hotel in Wroclaw.
Meet with a local guide at the lobby of the hotel for short afternoon walking city tour of Wroclaw including the Old Town with its Main Market Square, the Promenade, the Bridge of Peace; the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist…
Dinner at a local restaurant. Accommodation at the hotel in Wroclaw


Day 4

Wroclaw  (PL) – Prague  (CZ)

Breakfast at the hotel; Check-out
Transfer to Prague (ca. 330 km, 4 h). Check in at the hotel in Prague. Half day guided tour of the Hradczany District– walking tour in the Prague Castle and surrounding area. You will see: famous gothic style at the St. Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace, St. George’s Basilica as well as the Golden Lane with its Daliborka Tower see the astronomical clock (medieval astronomical clock, located on the southern wall of the Old Town Hall).
Dinner at a local restaurant. Accommodation at the hotel in Prague


Day 5

Prague – Chodova Plana – Karlovy Vary – Prague  (CZ)

Breakfast at the hotel
Meet with a local guide and bus/driver for full day excursion. Visit the Chodovar Brewery (large brewery complex). Visit the Diana Tower on Friendship Hill by funicular; The funicular ride to the lookout tower takes about 3 minutes; The observation deck on the top of the Diana tower is at the height of 25 meters and can be reached either by elevator or you can stretch your legs on its 150 steps. Visit of Mlynska Colonada & Hot Springs Colonada in Karlovy Vary. Return to Prague.
Dinner at a local restaurant or at the hotel. Accommodation at the hotel in Prague


Day 6

Prague  (CZ)  – Vienna  (AT)

Breakfast at the hotel; check-out
Transfer to Vienna (ca. 330 km, 4 h). Half day tour (up to 3 h) – Imperial Tour to the Schoenbrunn Palace (entrance). See the Belvedere Gardens and the Johan Strauss Statue. Dinner at the hotel, Vienna. Accommodation & overnight in Vienna


Day 7

Vienna  (AT) – Budapest (HU)

Breakfast at the hotel; check-out. Half day city tour. Visit Hofburg Palace: Imperial Apartments, Silver Chamber and Sisi Museum (entrance). See St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Opera House and Stadtpark as well as the Stefan Platz Square.

Transfer to Budapest (ca. 300 km, 4 h). Dinner at the hotel, Budapest. Accommodation & overnight in Budapest


Day 8

Budapest  (HU)

Breakfast at the hotel. Guided tour (ca. 4 h) – a more romantic way of getting to the Castle is taking the steps leading up the hill from Clark Adam Square – so just walk in the Buda Castle district and see the Royal Palace Buda Castle; Visit the Fisherman’s Bastion with its lookout towers that provide some of the best panoramic views; See the Parliament (Orszaghaz) and Opera House.

Cruise on the Danube river by panoramic boat – cruise on the Danube River with a welcome drink. Hear more about Budapest’s fascinating past with your personal audio guide and see this city from a whole new angle (ca. 1,5 h).

Dinner at a local restaurant, Budapest. Accommodation & overnight in Budapest


Day 9

Budapest  (HU) – Krakow  (PL)

Breakfast at the hotel; check-out
Departure from Budapest and transfer to Krakow (ca. 400 km / ca. 5,30 h) via Banska-Bystrica. Check-in at the hotel in Krakow. Meet with your guide for city tour of Krakow including the courtyard of Wawel Castle, the Old Town area with its Sukiennice cloth hall, St. Marys Church, the Florianska Gate and much more… Dinner at the hotel. Accommodation & overnight in Krakow


Day 10

Krakow  (PL)

Breakfast at the hotel. Time at leisure / time for shopping

Meet with a driver and guide for a tour to Wieliczka (ca. 20 km), visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine – the underground tourist route is almost 3 km long and consist of winding corridors, 800 steps and a descend to a depth of 135 meters, leads a labyrinth of galleries and caverns with unique sculptures, all carved in rock salt (local guide obligatory, entrance fee).

Dinner at a local restaurant, Wieliczka. Back to Krakow. Accommodation & overnight in Krakow


Day 11

Krakow – Czestochowa – Warsaw  (PL)

Breakfast at the hotel; check-out. Bus for the journey to Warsaw (ca. 350 km), via Czestochowa.

Visit the Pauline Monastery of Jasna Gora, the holiest place of Poland and one of the world’s most important destinations for pilgrims; home to the beloved miraculous icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa, placed there since the 14th century; The monastery is also the national shrine of Poland and the center of Polish Catholicism.

Continue the drive to Warsaw (ca. 230 km, 3 h). Check-in and dinner at the hotel. Accommodation & overnight in Warsaw


Day 12

Warsaw  (PL) departure

Breakfast at the hotel; check-out
Transfer to Warsaw Chopin Airport for the return flight



Due to unforeseen changes in local schedules & events, we reserve the right to change the sequence of sightseeing, events and activities as well as substitute those listed with others of similar quality… Flight details may cause changes in the program.

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