Best of Austria, Germany and Czech Republic

3 countries / 12 days (including Berlin, Vienna, Salzburg, Prague)
A guided bus tour from Berlin to Vienna / 3* and 4* hotels

Day 1

  • Arrival to Berlin.
  • Check-in and dinner at the hotel.

Day 2

  • After breakfast city sightseeing in Berlin which is the capital (and largest) city of Germany. It has a very rich historical and cultural heritage. – During its history it was the Kingdom of Prussia, the German Empire, the Weimar Republic and the capital of Nazi Germany. Now it has developed into a globally focused city with respect to freedom of lifestyle and the modern spirit of young people and artists throughout the world. Berlin’s famous attractions are for example the Berlin Wall, the Brandenburg Gate or the Reichstag.
  • Lunch in the city centre.
  • In the afternoon transport to Dresden, check-in and dinner at the hotel.

Day 3

  • After breakfast city sightseeing in Dresden which is Germany’s important cultural, political and economic centre. It is an important research centre and also it has been the capital of the Kingdom of Saxony with a history of hundreds of years of prosperity. It is known as one of the Europe’s most beautiful cities. Dresden’s famous attractions are Zwinger Palace, Church of Our Lady or Palace Catholic Church.
  • Lunch in the city centre.
  • In the afternoon transport to Prague, check-in at the hotel.
  • Dinner near the hotel.

Day 4

  • After breakfast you will visit Prague Castle with the B pass (St. Vitus Cathedral, Old Royal Palace, St. George’s Church, Golden Lane). Prague Castle, the Czech Republic’s most famous place, was built in the 9th century. After lunch in the city centre you will go to see the Charles Bridge: It was one of the first bridges built on the Vltava river over 650 years ago; you can see 39 stone statues on this oldest bridge in Prague. Next stop will be the Old Town Square with Astronomical Clock which is one of the world’s most famous astronomical clocks. The gothic building was built in 1338. Due to the fact that the building was devastated during the World War II, people can admire it in its post-war renovated form.
  • Dinner near the hotel.

Day 5

  • After breakfast you will be transferred to Karlovy Vary. The spa town is located in western Bohemia and is named after the King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV, who founded the city in 1370. After that you will visit the Moser Factory.
  • Lunch in the city centre.
  • In the afternoon departure to Nuremberg. Check-in and dinner at the hotel.

Day 6

  • After the breakfast city sightseeing in Nuremberg which is a capital city of Middle Franconia in Bavaria and has a very long history. You will see the large Nuremberg Castle complex with medieval fortifications, Dürer’s House and a city centre with Gothic buildings.
  • Lunch in the city centre.
  • In the afternoon transport to Munich. Check-in and dinner at the hotel.

Day 7

  • After breakfast Munich city sightseeing. Munich is the capital od Bavaria – Germany. It is located in the northern foot of the Alps in southern Germany. It is the largest city in southern Germany and it is one of the Germany’s major economic, cultural, technology and transport centres. It is Europe’s largest publishing centre and one of the most prosperous cities in Europe. Lunch and dinner in the city centre.

Day 8

  • After breakfast you will be transported to Neuschwanstein Castle, the symbol of Germany and a prototype of the Dysney castle which is called Snow White Castle. It was built in 1869. This Castle was one of the residences of King Ludwig II of Bavaria. It has 360 rooms, but only 14 rooms are completed because of the King’s death. Lunch near the castle.
  • Later in the afternoon arrival to Innsbruck. Check-in and dinner at the hotel.

Day 9

  • After the breakfast you will visit a lovely village Dürnstein and an ancient monastery Melk Abbey. Lunch and sightseeing in Hallstatt
  • Later in the afternoon you will be transferred to Salzburg.
  • Check-in at the hotel. Dinner in the city centre.

Day 10

  • After breakfast sightseeing in Salzburg. It was listed in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1996. The musical genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born here and you can see his shadow everywhere. He is also sometimes called as “Salzburg’s son”. You will also visit Hohensalzburg Fortress, Hellbrunn Palace with Trick Fountains and other interesting places.
  • Lunch in the city centre.
  • In the evening transport to Vienna, check-in and dinner at the hotel.

Day 11

  • After breakfast you will visit the Schönbrunn Palace: the Royal Palace with typical French-style gardens and a fountain surrounded by trees on the east side. It is the reason why this palace is named Schönbrunn. Later in the afternoon (after the lunch) you will have a free time to shopping or visiting other interesting places in Vienna.
  • Dinner in the city centre.

Day 12

  • After breakfast transport to the airport (depends on the time of departure – possibility of shopping in Parndorf).

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