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Highlights Of Central Europe

Czech Republic

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Discover the cultures of the Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia


Start Prague.

Full day in Prague, with guided sightseeing and free time.

Transfer to historic town of Cesky Krumlov, characterised by cobbled streets, fairy tale buildings and a beautiful castle.

Visit Telc with its Renaissance architecture; transfer to Mikulov in the wine growing area of Moravia.

Drive to Lednice; visit the castle and beautiful gardens then on to Skalica.

Sightseeing in Bratislava; chance to visit the castle and old town.

Cruise on the Danube from Bratislava to Vienna. 

Full day sightseeing; optional evening concert.

Transfer to Budapest; option to visit Budapest´s spa, or the secret nuclear hospital built during the cold war.

Guided tour of Budapest with some free time.

To the High Tatra Mountains, stopping en route at Banska Stiavnica and UNESCO village of Vlkolinec; visit Strbske Pleso Lake and on to Tatranska Lomnica.

Visit Spissky Castle, experience traditional rafting in Dunajec gorge; on to Krakow.

Morning tour visiting Old Market, Mariacki Church and Jewish quarter.

End Krakow.

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Few places in the world can rival the sheer diversity of cultural and natural heritage of Central Europe. From the hugely significant sites on the UNESCO list to small fairytale villages, this trip will show you just what makes this region so special, including historic capitals and cities of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Austria and Poland. The landscape is equally varied, with the dramatic Tatra Mountains and the beautiful parks and scenery of Moravia. These landscapes provide impressive backdrop to the towns, castles and villages we visit on this absorbing journey.


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14 Days


Czech Republic

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