Eastern Europe is the eastern part of the European continent. There is no consistent definition of the precise area it covers, partly because the term has a wide range of geopolitical, geographical, cultural, and socioeconomic connotations. There are "almost as many definitions of Eastern Europe as there are scholars of the region".
Upon arrival, proceed to Munich city tour – Marienplatz a large open square
named after the Mariensaule, a Marian Column in its centre – with the Old and
the New Town Hall. Its tower contains the Rathaus-Glockenspiel. Three gates of
the demolished medieval fortification have survived to this day. Travel to Pilsen.
Embark on brewery tour of Pilsen-come and see an age old tradition combined
with modern technologies, giving rise to that delicious flavour of the
world-known and unique Pilsner Urquell Premium Larger. Continue to Prague,-
capital city of Czech Republic.
Today start our city tour in Prague and start our city tour in Prague with a guided
walk through the Prague Castle complex to discover the major sights within.
Admire the grandeur of Saint Vitus Cathedral and enjoy stunning views over the
whole of Prague. Continue our walking tour and head for the river, stroll across
Charles Bridge, for more wonderful views of the city. for more wonderful views
of the city. Spend some time at Old Town Square before heading to Brno,
Napoleon headquarter during “The Battle Of The Three Emperor’s”.
Start our Krakow sightseeing tour to view the Jagiellonian University,The Wavel
Hill, The Royal Castle, the Cathedral, the Old Town, the Cloth Market Hall and
St Mary Church which is a 14th century church famous for its Gothic Art with a
huge wooden altarpiece. Thereafter visit Auschwitz Concentration Camp. This
is the largest Nazi concentration and extermination camps established in Nazi
After breakfast, proceed to Bratislava~Capital city of Slovak Republic. We will
show you panoramic tour of Bratislava’s most important places and historical
sites, such as Presidential Palace, the National Theatre, and a unique St Martin
This morning travel to Budapest, the capital city of Hungary. Explore
Budapest which includes city tour to view the Hero’s Square, Parliament House,
Chain Bridge and Splendid St. Matthias Church and admiring the views from
Fisherman’s Bastion & Citadel Hill.
Note : If time permits, you may join optional tour to enjoy a relaxing scenic
Danube River Cruise in Budapest. (EUR40/person)
Today enjoy shopping at Parndorf Outlet. It is home to over 150 stores and 600
designer brands, including all the fashion heavyweigths : Prada, Armani,
Escada, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Bally and more. After that proceed
to Vienna. Our sightseeing tour of Vienna begins with photo stop which includes
The Ring Road, Opera House, Parliament House, Johann Strauss Statue,
St,Stephen’s Cathedral, The Town Hall and the historic sights of Vienna. Photo
stop at Schönbrunn Palace, the former summer residence of the Habsburg
family, which is considered one of the most beautiful baroque palaces in
Europe. Today, the palace is part of UNESCO’s cultural heritage due to its
historic importance. Tonight overnight at Linz
After breakfast, proceed to Salzburg, the hometown of Mozart. Enjoy the
expansive view of the breathtaking countryside that the well-loved musical,
“The Sound of Music”, was based on. Visit the Mirabell Garden and cross the
Salzach River to see Salzburg's Old Town - a UNESCO World Heritage listed
site. Next,continue to Munich.
Note : If time permits,you may join optional tour to visit Hallstatt, a UNESCO
World Heritage Site in 1997 .(EUR30/person)