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Berlin (2N) – Prague (2N) – Salzburg (1N) – Ljubljana (1N) – Budapest (2N) – Vienna (1N)
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Arrive in Berlin. Berlin is the capital city of Germany and one of the 16 states of the Federal Republic of Germany. Berlin is best known for its historical associations as the German capital, internationalism and tolerance, lively nightlife, its many cafés, clubs, bars, street art, and numerous museums, palaces, and other sites of historic interest. Berlin’s architecture is quite varied. Berlin is situated about 112 miles (180 km) south of the Baltic Sea, 118 miles (190 km) north of the Czech-German border, 110 miles (177 km) east of the former inner-German border, and 55 miles (89 km) west of Poland. It lies in the wide glacial valley of the Spree River, which runs through the centre of the city. The mean elevation of Berlin is 115 feet (35 metres) above sea level. The highest point near the centre of Berlin is the peak of the Kreuzberg, a hill that rises 218 feet (66 metres) above sea level. On arrival check in at Hotel for 02 nights. Overnight at a hotel in Berlin.
After breakfast proceed to Potsdam for a visit to Sanssouci Palace, built for King Frederik the Great and a fine example of rococo opulence. Gilded ornaments and priceless antiques fill the interiors. Later, in Berlin – on your guided city tour, see the famous Berlin Wall, the Reichstag, visit Alexander Platz, where you will see the World Time Clock. Later, we spend some free time at Alexander square. Alexanderplatz owes its current name to King Frederick William III, who renamed the square on the occasion of the visit of Tsar Alexander in 1805. Today’s lively meeting place for Berliners and tourists was used as a military parade and drill ground until the middle of the 19th century. Merchants and farmers of the region also used the square to sell their goods. Overnight in Berlin.
After breakfast drive to Dresden for a guided tour of this picturesque city. Dresden is the capital city of the German state of Saxony and its second most populous city, after Leipzig. Sheltering hills north and south of the Elbe valley contribute to the mild climate enjoyed by Dresden. Witness the city known as the Jewel Box of Europe. Later drive to Prague – the city of hundred spires, built at the meandering Vltava River. We visit The Old Town Square; take a photo stop at Astronomical Clock – one of the oldest Functional Astronomical clocks in the world. Later walk over Charles Bridge – a stunning medieval stone arch bridge that crosses the Vltava river. Overnight in Prague.
After breakfast proceed for a Guided city tour of Prague. Visit the Prague Castle, its courtyards and St. Vitus Cathedral from inside, visit the Royal Palace and walk through the Golden Lane. Prague Castle was most likely founded in around 880 by Prince Bořivoj of the Premyslid Dynasty (Přemyslovci). According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Prague Castle is the largest coherent castle complex in the world, with an area of almost 70,000 m². A UNESCO World Heritage site, it consists of a large-scale composition of palaces and ecclesiastical buildings of various architectural styles, from the remains of Romanesque-style buildings from the 10th century through Gothic modifications of the 14th century. The famous Slovenian architect Josip Plečnik was responsible for extensive renovations in the time of the First Republic (1918-1938). Since the Velvet Revolution, Prague Castle has undergone significant and ongoing repairs and reconstructions. Next, we visit Nizbor – here visit the Bohemian Glass factory and see the skills of these master craftsmen. Later, drive to Vysehrad for bird’s eye view of Prague city. Overnight in Prague.
After breakfast proceed to Cesky Krumlov – a stunningly beautiful town which is located in Southern Bohemia in the Czech Republic. On a guided walking tour, you will be enchanted by the atmosphere, surrounded by more than 300 well-preserved historical buildings while you stroll through the narrow cobblestone streets of the Old Town. Later proceed to Salzburg city for a guided walking tour and see Mirabel garden, Mozart’s home and many more interesting monuments of this beautiful city of Mozart. Overnight in Salzburg.
After breakfast proceed to Slovenia. Slovenia, country in central Europe that was part of Yugoslavia for most of the 20th century. Slovenia is a small but topographically diverse country made up of portions of four major European geographic landscapes—the European Alps, the karstic Dinaric Alps, the Pannonian and Danubian lowlands and hills, and the Mediterranean coast. On arrival, enjoy a boat ride on beautiful Lake Bled and reach the Church of Mary the Queen situated on a small island in the middle of the lake. Later, visit the beautiful Bled castle perched on a sheer cliff overlooking the emerald-green lake. We then proceed on a Guided walking tour of Ljubljana and see the Town hall, Ljubljana castle and the historical city centre. Overnight in Ljubljana.
After breakfast proceed to visit the Postojna cave – a jaw-dropping cave system with a series of caverns, halls and passages. Here ride an electric train and enjoy a guided tour. Later proceed to Budapest. Budapest city, capital of Hungary, and seat of Pest megye (county). The city is the political, administrative, industrial, and commercial centre of Hungary. Once called the “Queen of the Danube,” Budapest has long been the focal point of the nation and a lively cultural centre. The city straddles the Danube (Hungarian: Duna) River in the magnificent natural setting where the hills of western Hungary meet the plains stretching to the east and south. It consists of two parts, Buda and Pest, which are situated on opposite sides of the river and connected by a series of bridges. Overnight in Budapest.
After breakfast proceed on a Guided city tour of Budapest. Visit the Citadel, Fisherman’s Bastion Heroes Square, see the Chain Bridge that connects the cities of Buda and Pest. Hero’s Square is the largest square in Budapest, located at the end of Andrassy Avenue. It was built in 1896 to celebrate 1000 years of Hungary. The Millennium statue in the centre of the square features seven Magyar tribes of Hungary. It is an important historical monument marking historical figures and events. The square commemorates the freedom fighters of Hungary. The statues on the colonnade include that of past Hungarian kings and scholars. The square is lined by Museum of Fine Arts on one side and Hall of Arts on the other. Later enjoy a Gala dinner on board the Danube river cruise accompanied by delighting sights of Budapest. A river cruise in Budapest will let you see the most fascinating sights of the historical city of Budapest, which is often called the Pearl of the Danube or the Paris of East Overnight in Budapest.
After breakfast, depart to Bratislava – the only national capital that borders two independent countries. Upon arrival, enjoy guided walking tour of old town. Next, proceed to Vienna and visit the most famous Schönbrunn Palace a UNESCO world cultural heritage site. Together with its Baroque park, Schönbrunn Palace was once the summer residence of Austria’s imperial family. Today Schönbrunn is one of Europe’s finest surviving Baroque complexes and the most popular attraction in Vienna. Experience the Grand Tour with Audio Guide. Later, on a Guided city tour of Vienna, see the magnificent Opera House, Rathaus, Parliament building, Hofburg Palace and many more interesting monuments. Overnight in Vienna.
Proceed to the airport for your flight back home after an ever memorable holiday in Europe. Do spare a few minutes to share your feedback with your Tour Manager. Your valued suggestions will be most appreciated.