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  • Seats

    25

  • Duration

    15 DAYS

  • Discount

    10% OFF

Every country in Europe offer you some different feeling, something new and unique. This is TRAVEL century, and you must be one of the many travelers here in Europe. Europe - "Old lady" offer fantastic holiday for every person
 

Day 1: Berlin – Potsdam - Berlin 
( Berlin ) 

Arrival to Tegel airport. Transfer to Potsdam, a city from former Eastern Germany. Visit to the Sanssouci Palace (UNESCO), the beautiful summer residence of Frederic the Great which is situated in extensive parklands. Continue to Cecilienhof Palace (UNESCO), where the Potsdam Conference between USA, the USSR and the UK was held in 1945 to decide on the future of Europe after WW II. The Cecilienhof was the last palace built by the Hohenzollern dynasty. Time for lunch and transfer back to Berlin; check-in; dinner in the hotel 

Day 2: Berlin 
( Berlin ) 

Berlin: during our visit we will show you all the places of major interest for tourists: the Eastern city centre around square Alexanderplatz with the 368m high TV tower, the picturesque historic quarter of St Nicholas, the precious square Gendarmenmarkt with the Concert House surrounded by the French and German Cathedrals and, the famous avenue Unter den Linden with its numerous architectural monuments, the Brandenburg gate, the Reichstag, seat of the German parliament, Holocaust Memorial, the new governmental buildings, the Potsdamer Platz area which is the modern heart of Berlin, remains of the Berlin Wall and Check-point Charlie. We will see the booth where the soldiers guards used to seat, then the Victory Column, the Western centre around the Kurfürstendamm avenue which continues to be one of Berlins main shopping malls with large department stores and numerous deluxe boutiques, the memorial church of the Emperor William and Charlottenburg Palace. We will impart the guests’ knowledge about the varied history of Berlin as well as show them the traces of the wall and feel the enormous development since the reunification of Germany in the year 1990. Dinner in the hotel and overnight in Berlin 

Day 3: Berlin - Prague 
( Berlin Prague ) 

Transfer to Prague. On arrival, check-in to a hotel. Evening free. Dinner and overnight in Prague 

Day 4: Prague 
( Prague ) 

Prague city sightseeing 8h. When you visit this city it is like taking a step back in time! The medieval building, gothic churches, baroque domes have all been excellently preserved. After breakfast, we drive to the Prague Castle which is the thousand years old symbol of Czech statehood, at present the seat of the President of the Czech Republic. It is not only closely associated with the country's political life, but also a lively centre of European social, cultural and artistic activities. We will visit the most famous and popular places like the Royal Palace, St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George Monastery and Golden Lane. After visit the Prague Castle district the tour continues through romantic Nerudova Lane to the Lesser Town with its famous palaces. Afternoon we embark upon a fascinating journey through the history of Prague, an enchanting city with over 4,000 monuments. We begin with introducing the major historical areas of the city centre: the New Town & Wenceslas Square, the Old Town and picturesque Lesser Town (Mala Strana). We head for the river to walk across the magnificent Charles Bridge. Then, we continue on to the Jewish Quarter (Josefov), before ending the tour at the Old Town Square. En route, we learn the origins of one of the best preserved medieval cities in the world. Dinner and overnight in Prague 

Day 5: Prague – Cesky Krumlov – Salzburg 
( Cesky Krumlov Prague Salzburg ) 

Prague - Cesky Krumlov: 170 Km, Cesky Krumlov – Salzburg: 216 Km After breakfast, leave for Salzburg in Austria. Enroute, visit the Cesky Krumlov Castle. Reach Salzburg by late afternoon and check-in to the hotel. Cesky Krumlov beautiful medieval town is located in the south of the Czech Republic and registered on the UNESCO world heritage list. We drive for around 2h30min through the scenic Bohemian countryside, to reach Cesky Krumlov. It is one of the most attractive places in the Czech Republic after Prague. We begin our tour with a visit to the main attraction, the mighty renaissance castle, once the seat of powerful lords, the Rožmberks and the Schwarzenbergs. The castle houses a rich collection of period furniture, Flemish tapestries and historical weapons. A good lunch in a medieval tavern is recommended. After that we take a stroll through the city's quaint streets, lined with gothic, renaissance and baroque houses. hese once belonged to powerful noblemen. There are plenty of cafes and small shops to discover in Cesky Krumlov, plus a lovely, winding river to stroll by. Continue to Salzburg; check-in to the hotel; dinner and overnight in Salzburg 

Day 6: Salzburg 
( Salzburg ) 

Salzburg is not just the city featured in the famous “Sound of Music” film. It is also the home of the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The capital of the province of Salzburg is the fourth largest city in Austria. After breakfast our guide will meet you at the hotel and take you on walking city tour to introduce you to many sights of the city. Enjoy the Old Town with its impressive Hohensalzburg fortress and cathedral. Visit the house where Mozart was born in the quaint Getreidegasse or why not take a break in the Mirabel gardens? This is no better way to see the splendid sights of the old city and discover the history of its most important buildings than with your qualified guide. In the afternoon we invite you for a wonderful ride with breathtaking views of the landscape where the opening scenes were filmed. Our guide not only shows you the highlights of the film “Sound of Music” but also the historical and architectural landmarks in the city, as well as a part of the picturesque lake district. We will drive to Leopoldskron Castle. The front side of the castle was used as the Trapp family home, the children were boating on the Leopoldskron Lake and fell into the water. The Venetian room was copied from the castle and used as the ballroom. Then we proceed to Hellbrunn Castle – this hunting castle was built in the early 17th century by Prince-Archbishop Markus Sittikus. In the gardens the glass pavilion was reconstructed for the pleasure of those fans still returning after 30 years. In the evening enjoy your Sound of Salzburg Dinner Show in Sternbräu restaurant at the Old Town. Overnight in Salzburg 

Day 7: Salzburg – Vienna 
( Salzburg Vienna ) 

Salzburg – Vienna: 295 Km After breakfast, transfer to Vienna. On arrival in approx 3 hours, check-in to the hotel. Later, go for half-day tour of Vienna. Vienna city sightseeing: drive along the famous Ringstrasse, Vienna’s main boulevard known for such magnificent buildings as the Museums of Fine Arts and Natural History, the State Opera House, the Parliament, the Burgtheatre, the City Hall and the Votive Church; short walk through the most beautiful parts of the city centre: Museumquarter, Hofburg - winter-residence of the Habsburgs, Kärtner Strasse - shopping street and the Stephan’s Cathedral. Time for a souvenir hunt in the elegant pedestrian area and after that visit to the Schonbrunn Palace; Dinner and overnight in Vienna 

Day 8: Vienna – Bratislava - Budapest 
( Bratislava Budapest Vienna ) 

Vienna – Bratislava: 79 Km, Bratislava – Budapest: 180 Km After breakfast, depart for Budapest by a coach. Stop for lunch at Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia and short visit of the city. Bratislava - the ancient coronation town of the historic Hungarian Kingdom, where between 1563 and 1830 eleven kings and eight royal wives were crowned. This excursion will give you complete picture of Bratislava and show you also the Bratislava second Devin Castle, located on the border of two rivers and countries. We start with following the traditional route of the coronation procession, visiting Gothic St. Martin's Cathedral and other Habsburg heritage sites. The highlight will be the neo-classical Primate’s Palace, where in 1805 the Pressburg Peace treaty between France and Austria was signed. The Palace is famous for its collection of English tapestries. Time for lunch. Continue to Budapest, which is one of the world's most beautiful capital, called as the "Pearl of the Danube", whose wonderful panorama is on UNESCO World Heritage list. The city consists of two parts: Buda and Pest and these are divided by the beautiful River Danube. In the evening we invite you for a cruise on River Danube to see the most romantic face of Budapest from the other perspective. You can enjoy the beautiful night panorama with a glass of champagne Dinner and overnight in Budapest 

Day 9: Budapest 
( Budapest ) 

Budapest: our guide will greet you at your hotel and begin sightseeing with the most important sights of the Hungarian capital. We start the tour from the Chain Bridge. First, we take the Margaret Bridge and drive over to Buda. We stop in the Castle District and during a short walk we show you the main attractions of the area. We walk to Matthias Church and to the Fishermen’s Bastion, from where you can enjoy the beautiful panorama. Next, we drive to the Gellért Hill (Citadel) and show you the most spectacular view of Budapest. We then take you across the Elisabeth Bridge to Pest and show you the famous Central Market Hall, followed by the largest Synagogue of Europe and the City Park. We pass by Europe’s largest thermal spa, the Budapest Zoo and the Amusement Park, after which stop at the Heroes’ Square with statues of the most famous Hungarian kings and dukes and Vajdahunyad Castle. We then take the Andrássy Avenue to downtown Pest, pass by the Opera House, which is one of the greatest buildings in Hungary of neorenessaince style, and the St Stephen’s Basilica. We then get off the bus again and take an interior visit of the impressive neo-gothic House of Parliament. Time for lunch and shopping. Dinner and overnight in Budapest 

Day 10: Budapest – Zakopane 
( Budapest Zakopane ) 

Budapest – Zakopane: 311 Km After breakfast, transfer by coach to Zakopane and see some beautiful scenery as we drive through the foothills of the Tatra Mountains. Here we cross into the Slovak Republic, full of dramatic geographical features, high alpine ranges etc to reach Zakopane in the afternoon. Zakopane, the town where Polish national tourism was born, developed out of a number of shepherd settlements in some forest clearings in the 16th century. It is known as the winter capital of Poland and is beautiful in every season of the year. After check-in to the hotel we drive to the Chocholow village famous for old wooden houses and local wooden art. Then we stroll along Krupowki Street - one of the best-known Polish promenades attracting visitors from all over the world with dozens of shops and souvenir stalls, regional arts and crafts. In the evening we invite you for a dinner which is arranged in the rustic settings of a typical mountain cottage. There will be music – cheerful songs accompanied by shrill violins, highlander merry-making, sheep cheese, shots of vodka and the beloved “highlanders' tea” which is dark loaded with white spirit. The joyful atmosphere has some of the best experiences Zakopane can offer 

Day 11: Zakopane - Krakow 
( Krakow Zakopane ) 

ZAKOPANE - KRAKOW: 110 km Zakopane: in the morning we take a ride up by a funicular railway to the top of Gubalowka Hill to admire beautiful panoramas of high mountains in the Tatra National Park (UNESCO Biosphere Reserve). After walking around the peak, we will return to visit the oldest parts of Zakopane with its archetypal Zakopane style architecture and the famous cemetery of “Na Peksowym Brzysku”, a sentimental place with many “gravestones” in the birch grove made of wood. Time for a lunch and transfer by coach to Krakow. On arrival, leave for a walking tour of the Old Town of Krakow. Krakow is the cultural capital of Poland with Old Town listed as UNESCO Heritage. During the tour we 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 SS Peter and Paul's Church to reach the Wawel Hill, where we visit the Wawel Cathedral with catacombs and bell tower.Dinner and overnight in Krakow 

Day 13: Krakow – Warsaw 
( Krakow Warsaw ) 

KRAKOW – WARSAW: 320 km Morning transfer to Warsaw. Warsaw is located in the centre of the country and has been the national capital since 1596. After being completely destroyed by the Nazis during World War II, the city was meticulously rebuilt according to old documents and drawings. Now it is a bustling European centre of culture, commerce, industry and politics listed as an UNESCO Heritage Site. After check-in to the hotel we invite you for a half day of Warsaw city sightseeing. We drive along the Royal Route passing aristocratic residences, historic churches and famous statues as well as the Grand Theatre and Opera House, the Jablonowski Palace, the Tomb of Unknown Soldier and the Saski Park. We then walk to the Old Town with the Royal Castle, visit to St. Ana church and proceed through the maze of medieval century streets to the Market Square, passing St. John’s Cathedral, Barbican to reach the New Town with the Krasinski Palace, the Palace of Justice and the Monument of Warsaw Uprising. Transfer to the hotel. Dinner and overnight in Warsaw 

Day 14: Warsaw 
( Warsaw ) 

Warsaw city sightseeing half day: after breakfast our guide will pick you up from the hotel and transfer to the Lazienki Royal Park, the most beautiful architectural and park complex created in this form by the last king of Poland - Stanislaus Poniatowski. The most interesting sights located in the park are: the Palace on Water, the king’s favourite residence, the Island Theatre, patterned after the Roman theatre at Herculaneum, the Orangery, containing a sculpture gallery and one of Europe’s surviving 18th century theatres. On summer Sundays the park is filled with Chopin music thanks to the recitals performed at the foot of the Frederic Chopin Monument. We then ride through the city centre of Warsaw to see skyscrapers and the Palace of Culture and Science, and a part of former Jewish district, where we stop by Umschlagplatz and Monument to the Heroes of Ghetto. Further transfer by Bank Square boasting of historical palaces of Warsaw City Hall. Afternoon to your leisure. Dinner and overnight in Warsaw 

Day 15: Warsaw 
( Warsaw ) 

After breakfast transfer to Warsaw Frederic Chopin airport 
 

Berlin Cathedral

Berlin Cathedral (German: Berliner Dom) is the colloquial name for the Evangelical (i.e. Protestant) Oberpfarr- und Domkirche (English analogously: Supreme Parish and Collegiate Church, literally Supreme Parish and Cathedral Church) in Berlin, Germany.

Berlin Wall

The Berlin Wall (German: Berliner Mauer) was a barrier constructed by the German Democratic Republic (GDR, East Germany) starting on 13 August 1961, that completely cut off West Berlin from surrounding East Germany and from East Berlin.

Brandenburg Gate

The Berlin The Brandenburg Gate (German: Brandenburger Tor) is a former city gate, rebuilt in the late 18th century as a neoclassical triumphal arch, and now one of the most well-known landmarks of Berlin and Germany.

DZ Bank

DZ Bank AG is an acronym for Deutsche Zentral-Genossenschaftbank (literally "German Central Co-operative Bank"). DZ Bank is the fourth largest bank in Germany by asset size and the central institution for more than 900 co-operative banks.

Fernsehturm

The Fernsehturm (English: television tower) is a television tower in the city centre of Berlin, Germany. Close to Alexanderplatz, the tower was constructed between 1965 and 1969 by the former German Democratic Republic administration.

Konzerthaus

The Konzerthaus Berlin is a concert hall situated on the Gendarmenmarkt square in the central Mitte district of Berlin housing the German orchestra Konzerthausorchester Berlin.

Marie Elisabeth Luders Haus

The Marie-Elisabeth-Lueders-Haus is located in the government district of Berlin between Adele Schreiber-Krieger-road and Schiffbauerdamm. It was after five years of construction at the 10th Inaugurated in December 2003 as the third parliament building.

olympic stadium

The Olympiastadion (Olympic Stadium) is a sports stadium in Berlin, Germany. There have been two stadiums on the site: the present facility, and one that is called the Deutsches Stadion which was built for the aborted 1916 Summer Olympics.

Park Inn Berlin Alexanderplatz

The Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz is the tallest building and the eleventh tallest structure in Berlin and the 29th tallest building and tallest hotel-only building in Germany.

Park Planten un Blomen

The botanic garden Park Planten un Blomen (plants and flowers) has fountains, a playground, and a rink for ice skating or blading.

Aussenalster

Hamburg's outer port area provides visitors an escape from the crowds of the downtown area, featuring a number of recreational paths.

Miniatur Wunderland

Miniatur Wunderland is the world’s largest model train exhibit, and still growing. See trains running through recreations of Hamburg and the coast, Austria, the Grand Canyon and Scandinavia.

English Garden

Very popular scenic park, more internaitonal than its name would suggest, it contains a Greek temple, Chinese pagoda and Japanese tea house.

Old Pinakothek

Housing much of the city's most famous artwork, this museum's collection includes renowned international works from the 14th through the 18th centuries

National Museum

The National Museum in Prague was founded on April 15, 1818, with the first president of the Society of the Patriotic Museum being named Count Sternberk, which would serve as the trustee and operator of the museum. Early on, the focus of the museum was centered on natural sciences, partially because Count Sternberk was a botanist, mineralogist, and eminent phytopaleontologist, but also because of the natural science slant of the times, as perpetrated by Emperor Joseph II of Austria.

Troja Palace

Troja Palace is a Baroque palace located in Troja, Prague's north-west borough (Czech Republic). It was built for the Counts of Sternberg from 1679 to 1691. The palace is owned by the city of Prague and hosts the 19th century Czech art collections of the City Gallery. Construction The palace's design has been influenced by French and Italian architecture and is mostly the work of French architect Jean Baptiste Mathey. The latter also built the palais Buquoy in Prague, currently the French embassy. Prior to Mathey, Domenico Orsi worked on the castle. Silvestro Carlone was the Master Builder. The palace was bought in 1922 by the Czechoslovakian state, which started a restoration in the seventies. Since this period the palace has been hosting an exhibition of Czech paintings of the 19th century: Josef Cermak, Václav Brožík, Julius Marak, Antonin Chittussi, Jan Preisler, Mikolas Ales.

Wenceslas Fountain

popular Christmas carol about a king who goes out to give alms to a poor peasant on the Feast of Stephen (the second day of Christmas, December 26). During the journey, his page is about to give up the struggle against the cold weather, but is enabled to continue by following the king's footprints, step for step, through the deep snow. The legend is based on the life of the historical Saint Wenceslaus I, Duke of Bohemia (907–935), known in the Czech language as Svatý Václav. In 1853, English hymnwriter John Mason Neale wrote the "Wenceslas" lyrics, in collaboration with his music editor Thomas Helmore, and the carol first appeared in Carols for Christmas-Tide, 1853.[1][2] Neales' lyrics were set to a tune based on a 13th century spring carol "Tempus adest floridum" ("The time is near for flowering") first published in the 1582 Finnish song collection Piae Cantiones.

Charles Bridge

The Charles Bridge is a famous historic bridge that crosses the Vltava river in Prague, Czech Republic. Its construction started in 1357 under the auspices of King Charles IV, and finished in the beginning of the 1

Karlstejn Castle

Karlstejn Castle is a large Gothic castle founded 1348 AD by Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor-elect and King of Bohemia.

Prague Castle

Prague Castle is a castle in Prague where the Kings of Bohemia, Holy Roman Emperors and presidents of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic have had their offices.

Vienna State Opera

Vienna State Opera

The Vienna State Opera is an opera house – and opera company – with a history dating back to the mid-19th century. It is located in the centre of Vienna, Austria. It was originally called the Vienna Court Opera.

Historic Centre of Vienna

The Historic Centre of Vienna is a World Heritage Site in Austria. It encompasses an area of 371 hectares surrounded by a buffer zone of 462 hectares. The area was designated with World Heritage status during the 25th session of the World Heritage Committee, which met in Helsinki, Finland, on 11-16 December, 2001.

Belvedere Palace

The extensive Belvedere complex consists of two magnificent Baroque palaces the Upper and Lower Belvedere, the Orangery, and the Palace Stables. The buildings are set in a stunning Baroque park landscape in the 3rd district of Vienna.

Schwarzenbergplatz

Schwarzenbergplatz is a Vienese square in Vienna, Austria. It is actually more a like a small, open street than a square, and it runs between the Kärntner Ring section of the Ringstrabe and Lothringerstrabe.

Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen

The best way to climb Innsbruck’s majestic Nordkette mountain range: Step on board the Nordkette cable car designed by star-architect Zaha Hadid and rise to new heights with fantastic views – and all in just twenty minutes from Innsbruck’s old town. Now this we call unique

Tyrolean Folk Art Museum

This is definitely worth a visit. The museum is interesting and hosts everything from classic paintings to the weapons the Tiroleans used in their battles for independence. It is also surrounded by a lovely park and what is called the Olympic village.

Nordpark Cable Railways

The railway reflects the city’s continued commitment to the highest standards of architecture and pushes the boundaries of design and construction technology. These stations are the global benchmark for the use of double-curvature glass in construction

Hungerburg Funicular

A new way to climb a mountain: not far from Innsbruck’s famed “Goldenes Dachl”, an amorphous ice formation glitters in the sun. Upon closer inspection, however, it reveals itself as the lower terminus of the Hungerburgbahn hybrid funicular railway, whose

Bergisel Ski Jump Stadium

Sited on a historic battlefield, the first ski-jumping competition held here was in 1927. Reconstructed several times, the Bergisel jumping stadium is one of the landmarks of Innsbruck

Landestheater

The Landes Theater Innsbruck was built in the year 1629 by architect Christoph Gumpp. Christoph Gumpp was inspired by the Italian theaters in Firenze and Parma. The building was opened as Comedihaus.

Landhausplatz

The goal of the intervention at Eduard-Wallnöfer-Platz (Landhausplatz) was to create a contemporary urban public space that negotiates between the various contradictory conditions and constraints of the site and establishes a stage for a new mélange of urban activities characterized by a wide diversity. The realized project consists of a 9.000 square meter concrete floor sculpture.

Olympiahalle

Tyrolean Ice Arena

Tiroler Wasserkraft Arena is an indoor sporting arena located in Innsbruck, Austria that is used for hosting ice hockey games. The capacity of the arena is 3,130 people and was built in 2004

Triumphal Arch

Transformed from the south gate of Innsbruck and reminiscent of a Roman triumphal arch, the Triumphpforte was built on the orders of Empress Maria Theresa to honour the marriage of her son, the Duke of Tuscany, to Maria Ludovica from Spain.

Casino Innsbruck

Casino Innsbruck is rightly considered one of the most beautiful casinos in the world. Its favourable location amidst the Tyrolean mountains, its impressive architecture.

Leopold’s Fountain

Believed to be the earliest depiction of the Courbette (a horse rearing on its hind legs) this fountain was considered to be a pioneering work for its time. Built in 1621 from plans made by Christoph Gumpp.

Wenceslas Square

Wenceslas Square is one of the main city squares and the centre of the business and cultural communities in the New Town of Prague, Czech Republic

Mirabell Palace

The Mirabell Palace is a historical building in Salzburg, Salzburgerland, Austria.

Mozerteum Salazburg

In Salzburg, the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg, the University of Music and Dramatic Arts Mozarteum Salzburg, honours the Austrian city's most famous son, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Salzburg Marionette Theater

Salzburg Marionette Theatre was established in 1913 and is one of the oldest continuing marionette theatres in the world. It is based in the city of Salzburg, Austria. Original productions featured live actors and musicians.

Wasserspiele Hellbrunn

A visit to the famous trick fountains in the grounds of Hellbrunn Palace is a must in the summer. With grottoes, fountains, floating sculptures and sudden spouts of water from behind bushes or trees, the Wasserspiele is a fine example of the baroque fondn

Diana Lookout Tower

Diana is perhaps the most popular tourist attraction in Karlovy Vary. Take the funicular from colonnade street to get direct to this beautiful place incl. best famous look-out tower, 100 y. old restaurant, forest terrace and mini-zoo. Only in restaurant D

Church of St. Mary Magdalene

Located on a hill overlooking the region's hottest spring, this church features an 18th century deanery.

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