All-inclusive 2024 Tour Germany - Austria - Hungary - Czechia - Poland


Tour starts in: Munich, Dresden (Germany) Tour ends in: Krakow, Katowice, Wroclaw (Poland)

Countries visited: 5

Duration: 9 days 8 nights

Amazing experiences during the trip:
– Small to medium tour size guaranteed, from 15-20 people per tour, and no more than 26 people per tour during peak season. This is to ensure the safety, leisure, and maximum experience of our customers.
– The only journey that travels to East Europe and visits the beautiful Poland.
– Visit two lovely and notable cities of Poland: former capital Krakow and city of dwarf statues Wroclaw.
– Visit the mini heaven of Austria – Hallstatt town – a lakeside town with a charming beauty. A must-see destination in Austria.
– Enjoy the lively music and unique architecture of the birthplace of classical European music, Vienna.
– Explore the grandiose, proud and ancient cities of Prague and Budapest.
– Witness the beauty of Buda and Pest banks in the capital of Hungary via a cruise on the beautiful Danube, the most interesting river in the world that flows through 10 countries and is the 2nd longest river in Europe (2850 km).
– Explore inside Prague palace, the oldest castle in the world with an acreage of 70000 m2.
– Visit the 2 most beautiful cities of Germany, with historical, cultural, architectural, and culinary depth: Munich of Bavaria and Dresden of Sachsen.

Day 1: Home country – Munich, Germany
– The tour meets up at the airport and sets off for the first destination in this European tour.

Day 2: Munich, Germany (lunch, dinner)
– After landing, the tour explores Munich – the capital of Bavaria with the world-famous beer festival Oktoberfest. Visit Altstadt ancient street, Marienplatz central square, Old Town Hall, New Town Hall, Peterskirche cathedral, Frauenkirche cathedral, national opera house of Bavaria and Max-Joseph-Platz square, BMW Welt centre where luxurious BMW car models are exhibited and introduced.
The tour spends the night at a 4-star hotel in Munich or neighbouring areas.

Day 3: Munich, Germany – Hallstatt, Austria – Vienna, Austria (3 meals)
– Visit the old Village Hallstatt, Austria, the most beautiful village in Europe and is a UNESCO World Heritage Sote, with a history spanning from 5000 years BC. Explore Marktplatz Hallstatt central square, the old town, the scenery of Hallstatter See lake.
The tour spends the night at a 4-star hotel in Vienna or neighbouring areas.

Day 4: Vienna, Austria – Budapest, Hungary (3 meals)
– The tour continues to explore the capital city of Austria – Vienna – the birthplace of classical European music, with an ancient beauty mixed with modernity, musicality follows your footsteps everywhere in this city. Visit Maria-Theresien-Platz square, Heldenplatz square, Hofburg Palace – the Austrian Royal family’s winter palace; St Stephens cathedral; Vienna State Opera; the tour has the option to explore and go shopping in the famous Karntner Strasse street.
The tour spends the night at a 4-star hotel in Budapest or neighbouring areas.

Day 5: Budapest, Hungary – Kosice, Slovakia (3 meals)
– The tour explore Budapest, the “heart of Eastern Europe”, “the land of dreams: a grand vision by the East of the West, .. a city created in the image of Paris from the bricks of Vienna.”
– Visit Heroes Square, experience cruise on the Danube to see the beauty on both Buda and Pest banks of the city: the Hungarian Parliarment Building – one of the oldest judicial buidings in Europe; historical bridges such as Liberty Bridge, Chain Bridge, Elizabeth Bridge, visit Mathias Cathedral and Fisherman’s Bastion.
The tour spends the night at a 4-star hotel in Kosice or neighbouring areas.

Day 6: Kosice, Slovakia – Krakow, Poland – Katowice, Poland (3 meals)
– The tour sets foot in Poland with the first stop being Krakow – the old capital with thousands of years of history and is the cultural capital of Europe: Rynek Główny Square, St. Mary’s Basilica, Wawel Cathedral.
The tour spends the night at a 4-star hotel in Katowice or neighbouring areas.

Day 7: Katowice, Poland – Wroclaw, Poland – Dresden, Germany (3 meals)
– Visit Wroclaw – the 4th largest city in Poland, situated upon the Odra river: St. Mary Magdalene Cathedral, Hansel and Gretel’s house, Wroclaw Market Square, Old Town Hall and try to spot all the dwarf statues scattered around the city.
– After that, the tour sets off for Dresden – the ancient city of Sachsen, a precious gem of Germany: the largest ceramic mural in the world – Furstenzug, Semperoper Dresden opera house, Kathedrale Sanctissimae Trinitatis cathedral, Frauenkirche cathedral.
The tour spends the night at a 4-star hotel in Dresden or neighbouring areas.

Day 8: Dresden, Germany – Prague, Czechia – home country (breakfast, lunch)
– Visiting the capital city Prague, touted by its people as the most alluring and beautiful city in Europe: the Prague Castle Complex is one of the largest castles in the worlds and is also a World Heritage Site with architecture dating back more than 1100 years; St. Vitus Cathedral; Charles Bridge, Old Town Tower bridge across Vltava river, Old Town and its central square, where you can find the famous Prague Astronomical Clock and the famous statue by David Černý: The Head of Franz Kafka.
– In the afternoon, the tour goes to the airport to board the plane back to the home country.

Day 9: arrival in home country
The tour arrives back at their home country, ending a memorable journey through Europe.
We bid goodbye and hope to see you again soon!

– High quality transportation in European with great services and skilled drivers (maximum 11 hours/day service). Lunches and Dinners during tours
– Cruise along the Danube
– Admission tickets according to the program.
– Admission tickets to the Prague Castle Complex.
– Local guide.
– 4-star hotels to the European standard of 2 people/room (3 people/room if there are an odd number of guests). Potential hotels or equivalent list:
Munich : Mercure Hotel München Süd Messe
Vienna : Quality Hotel Vienna
Budapest : Holiday Inn Budapest-Budaörs
Košice : Košice Hotel
Katowice : Park Inn By Radisson Katowice
Dresden : Ramada by Wyndham Dresden
– Meals included in the program average from 15-25 Euro/person/meal.
– Gifts for our valued customers.
– 24/7 support throughout your time in Europe.

– Tips for tour leader, local guide and driver: 7 Euro/passenger/day.
– Personal fees: laundry, mobile services, drinks, overweight luggage, fees for luxury services in the visa application process, personal fees not included in the “What’s included” section,…
– Extra charges for single-person rooms

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