Central Europe has always attracted millions of tourists every year. The names such as Vienna and Prague are among the top destinations for cultural tours. On our tour we add Krakow, Budapest and Warsaw to make it the best experience ever. They offer gorgeous architecture, rich history, unique cultural experience and exceptional food. But they are all very different, each one has its own atmosphere, stories and legends. Join us for this introductory tour to follow with longer stays in each one on your next trips to the region.

Day 1

  • Warsaw  (PL)
    Arrival in Warsaw and transfer to your hotel for check-in
  • Rest of the at your own disposal
  • Overnight in Warsaw

Day 2

Warsaw  (PL)

  • Morning: city tour of the Old Town and the Royal Route is a journey through time. Barbican, Market Square, Cathedral and Royal Castle, to name just a few landmarks we stop at on our walking tour. Next, we drive along splendid Krakowskie Przedmiescie, Nowy Swiat and Ujazdowskie Avenue to reach Lazienki Palace and Park complex. Let’s pay a visit to Chopin’s Monument where summer concerts take place and stop by the Place on Isle.
  • Afternoon: visit of Palace of Culture and Science, the tallest building in Poland, built in 50-ties. It was a “gift from the Soviet people to the Polish nation”, offered by Joseph Stalin himself. Today it is an example of communist architecture and also observation deck to enjoy the panorama of Warsaw.
  • Overnight in Warsaw

Day 3

Warsaw – Wroclaw  (PL)

  • Morning: departure to Wroclaw
  • Afternoon: discover the city during our guided walk. The tour includes Old Town with Main Market Square, Bridge of Peace and Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Watch out for dwarfs all over the city; check how many you can spot.
  • Overnight in Wroclaw

Day 4

Wroclaw  (PL) – Prague  (CZ)

  • Morning: departure for Prague; before reaching the border, we stop in Swidnica to visit the Church of Peace. It is the largest timber-framed religious building in Europe. Continue to Prague.
  • Afternoon: half-day guided tour features Hradčany with Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral, Mala Strana, Charles Bridge and Market Square with Town Hall and an astronomical clock that gathers audience every hour for an unusual show.
  • Overnight in Prague

Day 5

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

  • Full-day excursion to Chodova Plana and Karlovy Vary. First, we at one of the oldest privately owned breweries in Czech Republic. The tour presents traditional brewing methods and includes tasting.
  • Afternoon: we continue to Karlovy Vary, the most fashionable spa resort in Czechia, where everything is about spring waters, spa treatments, regeneration and relaxation. We stop at one of the famous colonnades Mlynska or Hot Springs is our choice, walk along the river listening to history and enjoying beautiful architecture. We offer you up to 2 hours for independent sightseeing.
  • Return to Prague for overnight

Day 6

Prague  (CZ)  – Vienna  (AT)

  • Morning: transfer to Vienna
  • Afternoon: tour of the Schoenbrunn Place, one of the most splendid royal residences; the tour includes splendid Great Gallery, Chinese Cabinets and Emperor Franz Joseph’s private suite. You can enjoy the tour on your own; an audio guide is available. There is enough time to wander in amazing gardens.
  • Overnight in Vienna

Day 7

Vienna  (AT) – Budapest (HU)

  • Morning: half-day guided walk through Vienna most prominent area with stops by such landmarks like Hofburg Palace, St. Stephan’s Cathedral and Opera House. Admire beautiful architecture and discover the history of Imperial Vienna.
  • Afternoon: transfer to Budapest and rest of the day at leisure
  • Overnight in Budapest

Day 8

Budapest  (HU)

  • Morning: guided tour includes visit to Buda Castle hill, Fisherman’s Bastion, Cathedral. We drive through the city to admire magnificent panoramas, splendid architecture of such landmarks as Parliament and enjoy the city at its best.
  • Afternoon: time for private sightseeing
  • Optional Danube Cruise, panoramic boat – cruise along the Danube River. Hear more about Budapest’s fascinating past with your personal audio guide and see this ancient city from a whole fresh angle.
  • Overnight in Budapest

Day 9

Budapest  (HU) – Krakow  (PL)

  • Morning: departure for Poland. First stop is Bratislava for a short guided walk of the Castle and the Old Town area. Next, we continue our drive towards Krakow, Poland.
  • Afternoon: arrival in Krakow and rest of the day, time for independent sightseeing
  • Overnight in Krakow

Day 10

Krakow  (PL)

  • Morning: guide city walk, featuring old town area with Barbican, Market Square, Royal Route and Wawel Hill. We stop by such landmarks as St. Mary’s Church, Cloth Hall, Collegium Maius and Royal Cathedral to learn fascinating history of the city.
  • Afternoon: visit to Wieliczka Salt Mine – the underground tourist route is almost 3 km long and leads down 800 steps and through a labyrinth of galleries and caverns with unique sculptures, all carved in rock salt.
  • Overnight in Krakow

Day 11

Krakow – Czestochowa – Warsaw  (PL)

  • Morning: transfer to Czestochowa for a visit to the Pauline Monastery of Jasna Gora; it is the most important pilgrimage center in Poland, where the miraculous icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa has her home.
  • Afternoon: drive to Warsaw; check-in at your hotel
  • Rest of the day for private sightseeing
  • Overnight in Warsaw

Day 12

Warsaw  (PL)

  • Transfer to the Warsaw Chopin Airport for the return flight


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