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Day 1     Arrival in BERLIN (Germany)
Arrival in Berlin. Transfer to the hotel and check-in. Leisure time. Dinner.

Day 2     BERLIN
Breakfast. Guided tour of Berlin. On the way: Brandenburg Gate, Parliament building – Reichstag. Stroll along the Unter den Linden alley, Berlin Cathedral and Alexander Square. Next, a visit to the Berlin Wall Museum and the crossing point: Checkpoint Charlie, dating back to the times when Germany was divided. Stroll to Potsdamer Platz – modern shopping and entertainment centre. Leisure time. Dinner.

Day 3     BERLIN – POZNAŃ (Poland)
Breakfast. Travel to Poznań, a city in the western part of Poland. Transfer to the hotel and check-in. In the afternoon, guided walking tour of the Old Town. Along the route of the walk: the market square with the Town Hall in the centre, historical tenements and fountains. Visit to the Baroque Fara Church. Leisure time. Dinner.

Day 4      POZNAŃ – WARSAW
Breakfast. Drive to the capital of Poland – Warsaw. Transfer to the hotel and check-in. Guided sightseeing of Warsaw. Drive to the Old Town. Stroll round the Castle Square where the rebuilt Royal Castle is located. Visiting St. John’s Cathedral where tombs of kings and famous Poles are located. Going through the historical defence walls – the Barbican.

Day 5      WARSAW
Breakfast. Guided drive to go on a tour of the Royal Palace on the Isle – the park and palace complex. Along the route of the walk you will see the monument of the composer Frédéric Chopin. In the afternoon, return to the centre of Warsaw. Leisure time. Dinner.
Breakfast. Drive to the southern part of Poland. On the way, a visit to Auschwitz, former Nazi extermination camp where an estimated 1.3 million people died during World War II. Next, transfer to the hotel in Krakow. Check-in. Stroll round the beautifully illuminated Main Market Square. Dinner.

Day 7       CRACOW
Breakfast. Drive to Wieliczka and a tour of the underground Salt Mine. Return to Cracow. Guided walking tour of the city centre. Visiting Wawel Royal Castle – the cathedral housing the royal tombs. Next, a stroll along the alleys of the Old Town. On the way you will see, among others, the Collegium Maius - the oldest building of Jagiellonian University. Walk to the Main Market Square – the biggest square of medieval Europe. Visit to St. Mary’s Basilica housing a wooden altar from the 16th century. Dinner.

Day 8        CRACOW – BUDAPEST (Hungary)
Breakfast. Departure for Hungary through Slovakia. On the way – picturesque mountainous landscape. In Hungary, a stop at a small town of Szentendre, situated on the Danube River, loved by artists and tourists. Arrival in the capital of Hungary– Budapest. Check-in and dinner.

Day 9       BUDAPEST
Breakfast. Guided tour of Budapest. Route: the Heroes’ Square, Andrássy Avenue, St. Stephen’s Basilica, beautiful parliament building. Next, a stroll along the other bank of the Danube River – the part of the city called Buda, where Mátyás Church on the Castle Hill is situated. From the nearby Fisherman’s Bastion you will see a beautiful view of the city. In the evening, a boat cruise on the Danube River (dinner included).

Day 10        BUDAPEST – VIENNA (Austria)
Breakfast. Departure towards the Austrian border. Arrival in Vienna. Check-in at the hotel. Transfer to Grinzing district. Stroll along narrow alleys lined with traditional wineries and restaurants. Dinner (wine tasting included).

Day 11        VIENNA
Breakfast. Guided Vienna city tour. Drive through Ringstrasse street that runs around the Centre and is lined with university buildings, Town Hall, Parliament, Opera House and numerous museums. Next, a stroll along the historical streets of the Old Town, past Mozart’s House. Visit St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Admire Hofburg palace complex. Leisure time. Drive to Schönbrunn Palace. Stroll round the gardens of the imperial summer residence. Dinner.

Day 12        VIENNA – PRAGUE (the Czech Republic)
Breakfast. Departure for Prague. Check-in at the hotel. A stroll around the Old Town: Golden Lane, St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague Castle – president’s seat. Dinner.

Day 13         PRAGUE
Breakfast. Guided Prague city tour. Along the route of the walk: Wenceslas Square, the Old Town, Town Hall with its famous Orloj astronomical clock, church of Our Lady, Charles Bridge. Leisure time. In the evening, a boat cruise on the Vltava River (dinner included).

Day 14          Departure from PRAGUE
Breakfast. Check-out. Transfer to the Ruzyne Airport.

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  • Accommodation: 
    13 nights in twin room in 3* hotels:
    2 nights in Berlin 
    1 night in Poznań
    2 nights in Warsaw
    2 nights in Cracow
    2 nights in Budapest
    2 nights in Vienna
    2 nights in Prague
  • Board:
    13 x breakfast
    13 x dinner
  • Sightseeing programme including service of an English speaking local guide
  • Service of  a proffesional English speaking tour leader
  • Transfers from/to the airport and transportation by bus according to the programme

Price does not include:

  • Entrance tickets, Optional propositions

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