Prague - Brno - Bratislava - Budapest - High Tatra Mountains - Krakow - Prague

Why don´t explore more beautiful cities in the Central Europe? We have prepared several types of sightseeing tours in this region you. You can see this tour for you inspiration on this site. We will be pleased to prepare your own tour ad hoc. Do not hesitate and contact us at your convenience.

Day 01

Prague (capital of Czech Republic) – fascinating walk in the Old Town of Praque: art nouveau Municipal House with the Gothic Powder Tower, Old Town Square with the Astronomical Clock on Old Town City Hall, Old New Synagogue and Old Jewis Cementery, in the evening Wenceslas Square with neo-renaissance National Museum building (museum is temporarily closed due to refurbishment), in the evening the typical folklore show in one of the typical czech restaurants with czech dances, songs, food and wine (optionally), accommodation

Day 02

Brno – second largest city in the Czech Republic at the confluence of the Svitava and Svratka rivers – you can visit the most visited sights, like castle and fortress Špilberk, Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul on Petrov hill and also the architectural monument – functionalist Villa Tugendhat (designed by the German architect Ludwig Mies van Rohe).

Day 03

Bratislava – the capital of Slovakia occupying both banks of the River Danube was influenced by different nations and religions in its history, namely by Austrians, Czechs, Hungarians, Jews, Serbs and Slovaks of course. The first you have to visit is the Bratislava Castle 279 ft above the Danube (based between the Stone and Bronze ages). Short walk included also: Grassalkovich Palace (today the resident of the Slovak president), Bridge of the Slovak National Uprising (with famous UFO restaurant).

Day 04

Budapest (the capital of Hungary): Buda Castle, Matthias Church, Chain Bridge, The Hungarian Parliament, St. Stephen´s Basilica, Váci Street, Hösok tere. Optionally visit of the Széchenyi Medicinal Bath in the afternoon).

Day 05

High Tatra Mountains – unforgettable trip to the mountain range with 29 peaks over 2.500 metres (part of Carpathian Mountains). The highest peak Gerlachovský štít (2.655 m) is not public accesible, so you can enjoy the cable car to the second highest peak – Lomnický štít (2.634 ). The Tatra National Park protect all Slovakian parts of the mountain range and its diverse variety of flora and fauna, with many endemic species. 

Day 06

Krakow – second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland situated on the Vistula River. The visitors can admire: gothic, Wawel Castle, St. Mary´s Basilica, Barbican, Wawel Cathedral, Saints Peter and Paul Church, etc. Wieliczka Salt Mine – the mine produced table salt continuosly until 2007 (located withit the Krakow metropolitan area). A wooden staircase (378 steps) provide access to the mine´s 64-metre level. A 3-kilometre tour features corridors, chapels, statues, and underground lake, 135 metres (443 ft) underground. An elevator returns visitors to the surface.

Day 07

Prague (capital of Czech Republic) – unforgettable walk from Prague Castle (with the St. Vitus Cathedral) to Lesser Town (Lesser Town Square with Saint Nicholas Church, Kampa Island, Charles Bridge over the Vltava River, National Theatre), the evening boat cruise (3 hours) with dinner on the Vltava River

Our package includes: lux bus with air condition, WC, video, 3-star category hotel accommodation with half-board, english speaking guide, tickets, cultural performances etc.

European Tour N°2
Czech Republic - Prague
Czech Republic - Brno
Slowakia - Bratislava
Hungary - Budapest
Slowakia - High Tatra Mountains
Poland - Krakow

Kamil Krupka - QUICKTOUR

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