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Country: Austria
Duration: 7 Day(s) - 6 Night(s)
Tour Category: Culture Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

Package Itinerary

Central European Tour With 6 Countries
Hungary, Slovakia, Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Poland – 6 countries and 1000 impressions on 1 tour. 
Budapest → Bratislava → Vienna → Hallstatt → St. Wolfgang → St. Gilgen → Salzburg → Neuschwanstein Castle → Munich → Prague → Dresden → Warsaw 

Day 1 
Arrival to the Budapest Airport and check-in at the hotel. 


Today you will meet the mighty city of Budapest. This is the city where every building, route, scenery, and cosy café will astonish you and leave an unforgettable memory. The tour includes Heroes’ Square, Fisherman’s Bastion, Opera House, Chain Bridge, and Royal Palace as the major sightseeing spots of the city. Only Budapest can demonstrate the biggest Parliament building in Europe, the largest functional synagogue, the longest tram and the first underground road in the continent. 
After the fascinating discovery of Budapest, you will travel via Bratislava and its picturesque old city to one of the most exciting cities in the world – Vienna. During a sightseeing tour, you will drive along the eminent Ring Boulevard with its splendid palaces. You will see the world famous Vienna State Opera, Imperial Residence Hofburg, Parliament, Vienna City Hall and State Theatre. The last stop of the Tour will be the architectural landmark of Vienna – Schönbrunn Palace. This is an excellent way to learn Vienna’s history and its most important sights.
Optional: Strauss and Mozart Concert at Kursalon Vienna 
Overnight in Vienna.

Day 3
Today you will drive via the highway S6 to the fabulous Hallstatt village. You will have a unique opportunity to explore its remarkable history and culture while enjoying the view of huge pictorial mountains rising abruptly from the narrow valleys. The next stop on our trip will be St. Wolfgang town and St. Gilgen, the most popular lake resorts in Austria. Here you will have a quick walk along the Wolfgang Lake and embrace the peaceful and cosy atmosphere of the villages.
Optional: Culinary and musical Mozart experience in the Baroque Hall of St. Peter Abbey 
Afterwards transfer to Salzburg. Overnight in Salzburg.

Day 4
Today you will become acquainted with the most famous sights of Salzburg. This is a cosy beautiful city on the banks of the river Salzach, built in baroque style, the world capital of classical music, hometown of great Mozart and Karajan. You will walk down the Mirabell gardens and see the house where Mozart was born, the Salzburg Cathedral, and one of the oldest abbeys in Europe – the functioning St. Peter’s Abbey. 
After spending some time in Salzburg, you will travel to one of the most famous castles in the world, the Neuschwanstein Castle. This castle has been an inspiration for many artists and served as a prototype for the Disneyland castle of Sleeping Beauty in Paris. Experience the magic of the fairy tale by yourself and explore the graceful atmosphere of the inner castle. 
Optional: Dinner in  brewery Hofbräuhaus München
Transfer to Munich. Overnight in Munich. 

Day 5
Today you will get acquainted with the capital of Bavaria and one of the most spectacular cities in the world, Munich. You will learn the history and experience the luxury and charm of Mary’s Square, New City Hall, Cathedral of Our Dear Lady, and St. Peter’s Church. Munich will surprise not only the admirers of history and architecture but also the lovers of shopping. 
After the city tour in Munich, you will be transferred to another magnificent European capital. Prague is the city with unique atmosphere and unmistakable spirit. See for yourself! You will see one of the most marvellous squares in Europe – Old Town Square, The Church of Mother of God in Front of Týn, St. Nicholas Church, narrow streets of Jewish Quarter imbedded with the Legend of Golem and portrayed in Franz Kafka’s novels.  You will walk down the gothic Charles Bridge and see St. Martin Church, which is nowadays considered, as the border between The Old Town and modern Prague. 
Overnight in Prague. 

Day 6
Today you will be welcomed the by the „German Florence“. Dresden has earned its position, as the cultural, scientific and industrial Northern capital of Germany and most certainly will not disappoint you. You will see the museum complex Zwinger, the opera house Semperoper, the Theatre Square and Dresden’s spectacular baroque Church of Our Lady. After the 1743 reconstruction, the church is considered as one of the most beautiful churches in Europe. Be sure that after seeing Dresden and its marvellous old town, you will have no doubt in its status as the “Jewel Box” of Europe. 
After the sightseeing tour in Dresden, you will drive to the capital of Poland. Besides, the fascinating museums and reconstructed historical buildings, Warsaw attracts its visitors with cosy cafes, a picturesque view of the Vistula river, magnetizing architecture of the Old Town, and the contemporary impressive sky-scrapers of the new town. You will have a stroll via the Castle Square along the Royal Castle to the Market Place, where the hundreds of elegant cafes which will invite you for a coffee. 
Overnight in Warsaw.

Day 7

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