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The following itinerary is an example of a possible route with various activities.
It can reorganized to fit your interests, budget and schedule. It can also be combined with any of the other programs on our website.


Days 1

Upon arrival in Berlin's International airport you will met and transferred to your downtown hotel. The balance of the day is at leisure.

Berlin - 1° Overnight


Day 2

This morning tour of this city classic and alternative, provocative and cosmopolitan, that combining in a surprising balance of modernity and tradition. After the fall of the Wall the most distinguished architects have graced creating cutting-edge buildings and neighborhoods that coexist with the historic buildings, while dozens of museums, restaurants are always open and endless shopping opportunities have made it a popular holiday destination in Europe.

Admire the exterior of the main monuments, visit Alexanderplatz, the remains of the Wall, the Kreuzberg district, the new Jewish Museum, the Nikolai district, Gendarmenmarkt with the French and the German Cathedral, the Avenue Unten der Linden, the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag, the Government quarter, Potsdamer Platz, Kurfürstendamm with the symbolic Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and Charlottenburg finally to contemplate the facade of the residence of the Prussian.

Berlin - 2° Overnight


Day 3

Enjoy relaxing in the morning or visit the Museum Island: the Pergamon Museum, which houses parts of the great monuments of antiquity such as the Pergamon Altar, the Market Gate of Miletus, the Ishtar Gate, the Processional Route and the facade of the Throne Room of Babylon. Dinner and overnight.

Berlin - 3° Overnight


Day 4

This morning drive south to Prague, capitol of Czech Republic.

Welcome to the Golden city of Prague, renowned for its gleaming spires. Relax or take a leisurely stroll through this magnificent metropolis. Discover the city at your own pace this afternoon.

Prague - 4° Overnight


Day 5

This morning, let's start the tour of Prague from Hradcany district, where you will find the Royal Castle, the gothic Cathedral of St. Vitus and the Golden Lane. Below the castle awaits the Mala Strana quarter, with the baroque church of St. Nicholas, and after the free lunch continue on foot visiting the Church of the Infant Jesus with the miraculous statue, Kampa Island, Charles Bridge and the elegant street of Via Paris. Dinner and overnight.

Prague - 5° Overnight


Day 6

In the morning you continue the tour strolling through the neighborhoods of Nove Mesto, where there is Wenceslas Square, Stare Mesto and the Old Town Square defined by Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings such as City Hall, the Astronomical Clock Tower, the St. Nicholas Church, the Tyn Church and the Kinsky palace.

We suggest to take a mini cruise on the Vltava River with optional lunch on board. The afternoon is free and we have the opportunity to enjoy an optional visit to the Jewish Quarter before dinner.

Prague - 6° Overnight


Day 7

After breakfast at your hotel, drive along the Danube Bend, a narrow twisting valley in the pretty Carpathian Basin. In the evening reach the quaint Old Town in Bratislava, capital of the Slovak Republic. View the cathedral, Castle Hill and St. Tamas Hill in Esztergom. Remainder of the day is at leisure to relax or for last-minute shopping.

Bratislava - 7° Overnight


Day 8

This morning drive south to Budapest where you can take a optional guided tour to know this beautiful capitol, founded in 1873 by the union of Buda Obuda and Pest.

Start your visit from the Pest with Roosevelt Square, Vajdahunyad Castle, Andrassy Avenue and the exterior of St. Stephen's Basilica. After lunch continue with the Market Hall and the Heroes' Square, where you can decide whether to visit the Museum of Terror in the former communist prison, or relax at Szechenyi Baths, one of the 123 thermal springs in Budapest.

In the evening consider a relaxing lunch cruise on the River Danube.

Budapest - 8° Overnight


Day 9

Today is the day of Buda, the other half of the Hungarian capital. Visit the Cathedral, the fortress, the Matthias Church and the Fishermen's Bastion with panoramic views of the Danube and Pest.

After lunch you can visit the Royal Palace, the National Gallery, the Crypt, the cellars of King Matthias with wine testing and finally get off the funicular to Buda. Cocludete the evening with a dinner in csarda, a typical Budapest restaurant.

Budapest - 9° Overnight


Day 10

Drive west today to Wien, the last city of your big tour.

In the evening, visit of Vienna's famous Ring with the exterior of Art History and Museum of Natural Sciences, Heroes' Square, Parliament, City Hall, the National Theatre, and the interior of Church of the Augustinians.

Wien - 10° Overnight


Day 11

This morning, after your breakfast at your hotel, visit the Hundertwasser, the Belvedere Palace where inside you can contemplate the famous paintings such as Klimt, Van Gogh, Renoir.

After lunch you proceed with the interior of St. Stephen's Cathedral, the exterior of the Church of St. Peter, the Graben, Plague Column, Kohlmarkt and the San Michele square. The dinner is free, with the possibility of an optional dinner with music in Grinzing.

Wien - 10° Overnight


Day 12

Today, you have a full day at leisure to explore this wonderful city, with the possibility of an optional visit to Schönbrunn Palace, and after dinner you have the option to attend a concert in a famous Viennese Palace.

Wien - 10° Overnight


Day 13 - End of your Tour