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EAST EUROPE

Date of Departure: 22/05/2020 05/06/2020

Duration: 13 Nights / 14 Days

Price: Contact Us..

 

Day 1

Berlin 

Arrival to Berlin. Transfer to the hotel and check in. Dinner at Restaurant. Overnight stay in Berlin. 

Day 2

 Berlin - Prague

After breakfast proceed for Berlin city tour. The tour leads to most sights in the center of West and East Berlin. It includes 4 - 5 photo stops and small walks at selected sights. This large Berlin city tour will give you an extensive overview and includes sights such as the Olympic Stadium or the East Side Gallery (1,3 km of original Berlin Wall) and more stops at sights. Photo stops and small walks with detailed explanation at sights for example at Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag Parliament Building and governmental quarters; Business Center Potsdamer Platz, Checkpoint Charlie and / or at the East Side Gallery (1,3 km of original Berlin Wall), Berlin Olympic Stadium, Charlottenburg Palace, Holocaust Memorial and Traditional center Berlin Cathedral and Museum Island. After the tour, transfer to Pragure. Dinner and overnight stay in hotel. 

Day 3

 Prague 

Breakfast at the hotel. Half day city tour of Prague. The coach brings tourists up to the Prague Castle. Tourists will see the Prague castle – residence of Czech kings; St. Vitus cathedral – one of the biggest and the most beautiful in the world; Golden Lane – small ancient street with fairy small houses and Franz Kafka’ house.  After the Prague castle tour proceeds along the Kings’ road to the Lesser town area. In this area everybody will admire the St. Nikolas church - the best sample of Baroque in Prague. Then tour proceeds to the world famous Charles Bridge. During the tour of the bridge travelers will hear lot of mystic, fantastic, but real stories that came from the depth of the centuries. Continue of the tour: Old town, Jewish quarter, Wenceslas square. The Old town square with famous Astronomical clocks is the historical center of the city and site of many significant events; there is a monument to the reformer Jan Hus by Ladislav Saloun. Old Town square is unique complex of architectural and historic monuments. Jewish quarter is remarkable with seven synagogues remain from this old settlement which includes The Jewish Town Hall and the Old Jewish Cemetery - the oldest in Europe. Wenceslas square is the shopping center of Prague. In the upper part of the square is the statue of St. Wenceslas with four patron saints of Bohemia. A neo-Renaissance building of the National Museum is the main landmark of the square.  Dinner and overnight stay in hotel. 

Day 4

 Prague - Salzburg

After breakfast check out and transfer to Salzburg. Overnight at hotel. 

Day 5

 Salzburg –Lake Bled 

After breakfast proceed for the Sound of Music tour. Relive the classic story of the von Trapp family, immortalized by The Sound of Music. Visit the film locations in Salzburg and in the scenic Alpine region of Salzkammergut. Hear background stories from a local guide and get your camera ready for many photo stops along the way. Music, history and Hollywood come together on this leisurely tour on the theme of the world-famous film, The Sound of Music. Let an expert guide introduce you to the intriguing background of the von Trapps as you visit film sites and real life settings in picturesque Salzburg and the Salzkammergut region. Your stops – with plenty of photo opportunities – include The Mirabell Gardens, the setting for the “Do-Re-Mi” song, the gazebo within Hellbrunn Palace, the set of Rolf and Liesl's duet, the historic Nonnberg Abbey, plus the enchanting village of St Gilgen on Wolfgangsee Lake, the set of the film's opening scene. Also included are visits to the idyllic Leopoldskorn Palace and the church at Mondsee Lake, where the film's wedding scene took place. Enjoy a leisurely tour with the same company that transported the film crew for shooting in 1964. Your full route includes the Mirabell Gardens, Hellbrunn Palace's gazebo, Leopoldskorn Palace, Nonnberg Abbey, St Gilgen and the church in Mondsee. Dinner and overnight stay in Lake Bled. 

Day 6

 Lake Bled – Ljubljana – Zagreb

After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Zagreb via Ljubljana. Ljubljana is Slovenia's capital and largest city. It's known for its university population and green spaces, including expansive Tivoli Park. The curving Ljubljanica River, lined in outdoor cafes, divides the city's old town from its commercial hub. Ljubljana has many museums, including theMuseum of National Slovenia, displaying historic exhibitions, and the Museum of Modern Art, home to 20th-century Slovene paintings and sculptures. Then transfer to Salzburg. Overnight at hotel. Transfer to Lake Bled. Evening is free for own. Dinner and overnight stay in hotel in Zagreb. 

Day 7

Zagreb – Plitvice N. P

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed for Plitvice National Park. Then proceed for orientation tour. Plitvice Lakes National Park is a 295-sq.-km forest reserve in central Croatia. It's known for a chain of 16 terraced lakes, joined by waterfalls, that extend into a limestone canyon. Walkways and hiking trails wind around and across the water, and an electric boat links the 12 upper and 4 lower lakes. Dinner and overnight stay in Zagreb. 

DAY 8

Zagreb – Budapest

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed for City tour of Budapest. We start the tour from The Chain Bridge. First, we take The Margaret Bridge and drive over to Buda. We stop in the Castle District and during a short walk we show you the main attractions of the area. We walk to Matthias Church and to the Fishermen’s Bastion (from where you can enjoy the beautiful panorama). Next, we drive to The Gellért Hill (Citadel) and show you the most spectacular view of Budapest. We then take you across The Elisabeth Bridge to Pest and show you the famous Central Market Hall, followed by the largest Synagogue of Europe and The City Park. We pass by Europe’s largest thermal spa, the Budapest Zoo and The Amusement Park, after which stop at the Heroes’ Square (with statues of the most famous Hungarian kings and dukes). We then take the Andrássy Avenue to downtown Pest, pass by the Opera House and The St Stephen’s Basilica. We then get off the bus again and take an interior visit of the impressive neo-gothic House of Parliament (guided tour incl.). During the tour we offer a brief overview of the last 1000 years of Hungarian history. 

DAY 9

 Budapest – Bratislava 

After breakfast check out from hotel & transfer to Bratislava, and proceed for Bratislava city tour. Bratislava is neatly divided by The Danube River. On the north bank are the less attractive high-rise blocks erected under Communist occupation (1968-89). On the north bank is the comparatively tiny but beautifully restored historic quarter of the Old Town (Stare Mesto), now devoted almost entirely to tourism. Bratislava Old Town, much of which is pedestrianised, is characterized by its charming Hapsburg baroque architecture, including many former palaces. Hlavne Square sits at its heart, containing The Old City Hall, and parallel, running north to south, the old Michalska and Venturska streets lead past a number of historical sites. The town has a rich musical pedigree and includes the childhood performance venues of Mozart and Franz Liszt. ZelenáUlica runs off Michalska and is one of the narrowest streets in the city, home to Academia Istropolitana, the first university in the Hungarian Kingdom. Dinner & overnight stay in hotel in Bratislava. 
 

DAY 10

Bratislava – Vienna

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed for Vienna City Tour. Vienna has been a cultural center for centuries. Beautiful old architecture greets tourists at every turn. The Imperial Palace, Schonbrunn Palace, and St Stephens Cathedral are just some of the architectural highlights. Other major tourist attractions in Vienna include The Albertina, the Austrian National Library, The National History Museum, and the Vienna State Opera. Take a sightseeing tour in a horse-driven carriage or explore the city at your leisurely pace. 

Day 11

 Vienna – Karkow 

After breakfast check out from hotel & transfer to Krakow. Dinner & overnight stay in hotel. 

DAY 12

Krakow

After breakfast proceed to visit Auschwitz concentration camp. The concentration camp in Auschwitz was established by German Nazis on the outskirts of the town Oswiecim in 1940. After the war, the camp was turned into museum displaying evidence of the genocide. Block no. 11, known as the Death Block, was where people were murdered also at the “Wall of Death”. Outside the camp, there is a gas chamber, where 70,000 people were killed in 1940-1943. A film made after the liberation of the camp is shown in various language version in the museum. In 1941, 3 kilometres from Oswiecim, in the former village of Brzezinka, the German Nazis established a new camp called Auschwitz II Birkenau. In 1942-1945, approx. 1.5 million people lived and died here. Most of them (90%) were Jews, others were Poles, Gypsies, Russians and prisoners from 28 countries of Europe, people of all nationalities and political and religious persuasions. Since 1944, transports of prisoners from all over the continent entered directly through the “Gate of Death”. In 1979, Auschwitz – Birkenau Concentration Camp was listed a UNESCO World Culture and National Heritage Site. Return to Krakow, dinner and overnight stay in hotel. 

DAY 13

Krakow-Warsaw 

After breakfast check out from hotel & transfer to Wieliczka.   Wieliczka is a town near Krakow, in southern Poland. It’s known for the 13th-century Wieliczka Salt Mine, which is home to the salt-hewn Chapel of St. Kinga, the Krakow Saltworks Museum and a health resort. Hand-chiseled salt sculptures line the mine’s winding tunnels and underground chambers. After the tour, transfer to Warsaw.  

DAY 14

Warsaw-Departure 

Then transfer to airport for the return flight. 

 

Includes:

Airfare & VISA charges

3-star hotel Accommodation

 Meal-Breakfast+ Dinner

 All transfer & sightseeing are on private basis

Insurance up to 60 years. 

Excludes: 

Passport expenses

Foreign Exchange under RBI for Travelling Abroad.

Any expense in personal nature, telephone call, laundry, tips etc.

Meals which are not mentioned in inclusion  

Cost of beverage (soft or hard).

Anything not specifically mentioned in “Inclusions” section.

Excess luggage charges

Tips

GST

 

Booking Amount: INR 50,000/- per person 
 
This price is valid for minimum 25 adults travelling together from Kolkata. 
 
Payment of foreign currency portion mentioned in the quotation has to be paid in Indian Currency as per foreign exchange RBI (Selling rate) card board rate based on the final payment date. 
 
For more details of booking procedure and Terms & Condition, please visit our office or contact with our tour advisor.  

 

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