11 days
10 nights





Per person:

$ 2,390.00 (double occupancy)
$ 3,375.00 (single occupancy)



-  2019
Jul 09, 2019 - Jul 19, 2019 
Jul 30, 2019 - Aug 09, 2019 
Aug 27, 2019 - Sep 06, 2019 
Sep 10, 2019 - Sep 20, 2019 
Sep 17, 2019 - Sep 27, 2019 
Sep 24, 2019 - Oct 04, 2019 
Oct 08, 2019 - Oct 18, 2019 
-  2020
May 26, 2020 - Jun 05, 2020 
Jun 02, 2020 - Jun 12, 2020 
Jun 07, 2020 - Jun 17, 2020 
Sep 08, 2020 - Sep 18, 2020 
Sep 15, 2020 - Sep 25, 2020 
Sep 22, 2020 - Oct 02, 2020 
Oct 06, 2020 - Oct 16, 2020 


Warsaw - Mercure Grand
Krakow - Mercure Old Town
Prague - Angelo by Vienna House / Vienna House Andel’s Prague
Vienna - Hilton Vienna
Budapest - Museum


  • Centrally located 4-star hotels
  • Buffet breakfast daily
  • 5 dinners (coffee or tea included)
  • Airport transfers
  • Touring by modern air-conditioned motor-coach
  • Professional English Speaking Tour Director throughout
  • Licensed Local Guides
  • Entrance fees included where indicated in bold letters
  • Luggage handling at hotels
  • Complimentary whispers with sightseeing tours
  • Service charges and hotel taxes


11 days from Warsaw to Krakow, Prague, Vienna and Budapest

Day 1  : arrive Warsaw, Tuesday

You will be met and transferred to your hotel. There’s time to relax before meeting your fellow travelers and Tour Director for a Welcome Dinner.

Day 2  : Warsaw, Wednesday

The 700-year-old capital of Poland is a symbol of nationhood and the will to survive against great odds. A sightseeing tour here includes a drive along the famous Royal Route from grand Castle  Square to Lazienki Park and Palace, summer residence of the last king of Poland. See the Palace of Science and Culture (known as a “wedding cake”), the Saxon Gardens, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Monument to the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto, and the Barbican. Then a walking tour shows you Old Town, Old Market Square, and St. John’s Cathedral. The rest of the day is free. You might want to attend an optional late afternoon Chopin concert.

Day 3  : Krakow, Thursday

This morning, journey to Czestochowa, famous for the blackened picture of St. Mary in the Yasna Gora Monastery, popularly called the "Black Madonna." In the afternoon, tour solemn Auschwitz-Birkenau, the notorious concentration camp from World War II. It is now on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. Then on to Krakow.

Day 4  : Krakow, Friday

Sightseeing starts with a visit to Wawel Hill, where you’ll see the Royal Castle and visit the  Royal Cathedral. Then, on a walking tour of the Old Town, visit the Main Market Square,  Renaissance Cloth Hall, and St. Mary's Church. The afternoon is free to shop and do more sightseeing. 

Day 5  : Prague, Saturday

Drive through the Polish countryside, crossing the borders of Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Continue to Prague, the Czech capital, with its lovely Baroque churches, promenades, parks, and old city walls.

Day 6  : Prague, Sunday

Built on seven hills and both banks of the Vltava River, Prague is one of the most alluring cities in Europe. Your city tour starts with panoramic drive to see famous Wenceslas Square, Strahov Stadium and Castle Square. On a walking tour, visit the Royal Castle of Hradcany with the Cathedral of St. Vitus, the Old Royal Palace, St. George's Basilica and the Golden Lane with the Daliborka Tower. Cross the Charles Bridge and walk through the old quarter of Prague, viewing the Jewish Ghetto, the Town Hall and the world-famous Astronomical Clock. The rest of the day is free. Perhaps attend an optional cultural performance, shop, or just relax.

Day 7  : Vienna, Monday

Head to Vienna, the "City of Waltz." Your time is free in Austria’s lovely capital.

Day 8  : Vienna, Tuesday

On a morning sightseeing tour, visit Hofburg Palace, once the center of the Habsburg monarchy, see Belvedere Palace, Prater  Amusement Park, the UN Buildings, St. Stephen's Cathedral and other remnants of the city’s imperial history. The afternoon is at leisure. Tonight, gather for a dinner in a local restaurant. 

Day 9  : Budapest, Wednesday

Today, journey to Budapest. The afternoon is free to explore the “Paris of the East”, shop along the Vaci Utca, nibble a delicious slice of Dobosz cake, sip an excellent Hungarian wine, or  perhaps join one of the optional excursions available.

Day 10  : Budapest, Thursday

In 1873, the twin cities of Buda and Pest joined with ancient Obuda to form a new, unified city, Budapest. Charming and beautiful, the city was declared a World Heritage site in 1987. Your morning sightseeing tour includes views of all the main attractions: The Parliament, Royal Palace and the Castle Hill area, Fisherman's Bastion, Matthias Church, Heroes' Square, and Gellert Hill with its Citadel. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore this exciting city on your own. Tonight, enjoy farewell dinner with entertainment in a typical Csarda restaurant. 

Day 11  : depart Budapest, Friday

After breakfast you will be transferred to the airport for your departure flight.