Day 1: Arrival to Krakow
Welcome to beautiful Poland, a country which has become a popular tourist destination for its medieval architecture, charming nature and delicious cuisine.
Your driver meets you at the arrivals hall of Krakow airport and brings you to your centrally-located hotel for check-in. The rest of the day is free.
Day 2: Krakow City Tour
Today following breakfast your guide takes you for a 3-hours panoramic walking tour around the charming Krakow. Having escaped destruction during World War II, the city retains its charming medieval shape.
Krakow life revolves around the largest square in Europe known as the Market square, where several of its architectural and cultural landmarks can be found. In the middle of the square there is the magnificent 14th century Cloth Hall (Sukiennice), which today hosts a market selling local artifacts and souvenirs on the ground floor. Opposite the Cloth Hall is the St. Mary's Cathedral, world famous for its altar carved by Wit Stwosz. You enter the cathedral to explore its interiors.
Then you walk along Kanonicza and Grodzka Streets, see the Collegium Maius, Jewish District of Kazimierz and magnificent Wawel Hill with a splendid 14th-century cathedral.
After the tour the rest of the day is free.
Day 3: Free Day
Today you have a free day to enjoy stunning Krakow on your own or to take one of optional tours carefully prepared for you.
Day 4: Departure to Prague
After breakfast you check out and depart from Krakow.
Day 4: Arrival
Welcome to the fairy-tale capital of the Czech Republic - Prague!
Upon arrival, you are transferred to your neat Prague hotel for check-in. The rest of the day is at your leisure.
Day 5: Prague City Tour & Beer Tasting
Following breakfast you embark on a 5-hour voyage of discovery into the Old Town with your guide who shows you the most magnificent city sights.
You walk the famous Royal Route, originally used for the king's coronation procession, and see the Municipal House, the Gothic Tyn Cathedral, the Cubist House at the Black Madonna and the Old Town Hall tower with its legendary Astronomical clock. Then you explore Parizska street modeled after a Parisian boulevard, the Josefov area - the former Jewish ghetto, the Rudolfinum concert hall and the famous Charles Bridge with the splendid Prague Castle (no entrance included). Fee for public transport to travel between the sites with your guide is included.
Then you are invited for a unique experience - a guided beer tour. You visit a typical local beer tavern in the city center to learn about the history of Czech beer and to understand how this drink has become a part of the national heritage.
After the tour you return to your hotel. You have the evening free to enjoy Prague.
Day 6: Kutna Hora Tour
In the morning you enjoy breakfast, meet your guide and driver at the hotel lobby and embark on a 6-hour tour to magnificent Kutna Hora.
Following a 1.5-hour ride through the beautiful Bohemian countryside, you reach the stunning town of Kutna Hora. This UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site gained excessive wealth thanks to its prosperous silver mines and became the second most important town in the Kingdom of Bohemia, after Prague.
During the tour you see all of the key medieval and Baroque monuments, including the former central royal mint, the interior of St. Barbara’s Cathedral, as well as the nearby All Saints Ossuary (Bone Church) which is famous for its elaborate decorations made of human bones.
After the tour you return to Prague and have the rest of the day free.
Day 7: Train to Vienna
Today after breakfast you check out from the hotel and meet your driver in the hotel lobby. Then you are transferred to the railway station to take a train to Vienna.
Day 7: Arrival & Sightseeing
Upon arrival to the European capital of music, you meet your guide and driver at the station and start exploring Vienna's attractions with a short panoramic ride. You see Prater with the Giant Ferris Wheel, drive through Ring avenue with its numerous magnificent buildings such as the Parliament and the Vienna State Opera, and drive along the bank of Danube River to see the Vienna International Center.
After a short ride, you arrive at your hotel located in the very heart of the city to leave your baggage and continue exploring the downtown area of Vienna on foot.
You walk through the Karntnerstrasse, a shopping street in the pedestrian zone of the city center, to St. Stephen’s Cathedral, one of Vienna's main landmarks. Continue your walk along the Graben und the Kohlmarkt, a very exquisite shopping area, to the Imperial Palace Hofburg which is the former winter residence of the Habsburgs that now houses the Imperial Apartments, the Sisi Museum, the Imperial Silver Chamber, the Austrian National Library and much more.
After the tour, you return to your hotel and have the rest of the day at leisure.
Dy 8: Free Day in Vienna & Strauss and Mozart Concert
Today is reserved for you to explore and enjoy Vienna on your own.
In the evening you are transferred to the fascinating Kursalon Vienna to enjoy a Strauss & Mozart Concert. After the concert, you are transferred back to your hotel.
Day 9: Schonbrunn Palace & Vienna Woods Exploration
After breakfast your guide and driver take you on a 4-hour touring program around the most significant sites within the boundaries and in the surrounding area of Vienna.
During the tour you explore the Vienna Woods, which are the most eastern foothills of the Alps. You enjoy a stunning view over the city and Danube River from Kahlenberg, the highest hill in the city.
Then you drive through the wine area in the foot of the Vienna Woods, the town of Grinzing, and learn why Vienna is called the 'Wine-Growing Capital of the World'.
Next on your list is the magnificent Schonbrunn Palace, the former summer royal residence, that gives you a historical impression of the glorious imperial times. A highlight is a guided inside visit to the showrooms of the Palace.
After the tour you return to your hotel in Vienna. The rest of the day is free.
Day 10: Train to Budapest
Following breakfast, you check out from the hotel and your guide and driver take you to the station for a train ride to Budapest.
Day 10: Arrival
Upon arrival, you meet your guide and driver at the station. You are then invited for a short panoramic ride, during which your guide gives you essential information and an introduction to the city and the country.
Finally, you are transferred to the centrally-located hotel for check-in. The rest of the day is free to have a good rest after your journey.
Day 11: Budapest City Tour
After breakfast, you enjoy a 4-hour guided walking tour around the main Budapest attractions.
At first, you see the Opera House and take a short ride on the Millennium metro. You walk through Heroes' Square and City Park to see the splendid Vajdahunyad Castle, stroll through Andrassy Boulevard and enjoy the beauty of the St. Stephen's Basilica. Then you head down to the Danube River embankment, which offers breathtaking views of Gellert and Buda Hills. Finally crossing the Chain Bridge you appear at the Buda Castle District, where you have some time to wander through its cobbled streets and explore the exteriors of Royal Castle. Fee for public transport to travel between the sites with your guide is included. During the tour, you enter to the amazing attractions of the Castle District - the Matthias Church and Fisherman's Bastion.
The highlight of your tour is a river Danube public boat cruise.
After the tour, you return to your hotel. The rest of the day is free to stroll down the streets of this magnificent city at leisure.
Day 12: Free Day
Today is free for you to enjoy and explore Budapest on your own. Alternatively, you can take one of our carefully planned optional tours.
Day 13: Departure
This is the final day of your tour. Today your driver takes you to the airport for your flight back home. We hope you enjoyed your European tour and the charming cities you have explored!
Not included: international flights, multiple arrival/departure transfers, other meals not mentioned in the program, optional tours and services, all personal expenses.
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