- First class hotels, rooms with private facilities
- Breakfast daily, 1 lunch & 3 dinners
- Airport arrival and departure transfers
- Touring by modern air-conditioned motor coach
- Professional Tour Director throughout
- Luggage handling
- Whisper technology enhanced touring
- Service charges and hotel taxes
Sightseeing Tours Included:
Stay at the following (or similar):
- Mercure Grand | Warsaw (2 nights)
- Mercure Old Town | Krakow (2 nights)
- Angelo by Vienna House Hotel or Vienna House Andel’s Prague | Prague (2 nights)
- Hilton Vienna | Vienna (2 nights)
- Museum Hotel | Budapest (2 nights)
*This tour is operated by our partner, Kompas Tours. While our Ireland & Britain guided vacations offer one inclusive price with no additional costs, this tour will offer additional sightseeing excursions or dining experiences that are sold separately while on tour to enhance your vacation experience.
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Radisson Blu Centrum Hotel, Warsaw
This hotel is ideally located near the historic Old Town and the Palace of Culture and Science. Choose one of the 311 well-equipped rooms, which feature modern amenities like Free high-speed, wireless Internet access, coffee and tea provisions, and satellite television. Rooms showcase three styles: Maritime, Italian and Scandinavian. Start the day off at Restaurant Ogrodowa with our delicious Super Breakfast Buffet, or sample delicious Polish cuisine at the on-site @Ferdy’s Restaurant. Relax after a long day at the Lobby Bar or burn off steam at the fitness center.
Mercure Warszawa Centrum Hotel, Warsaw
The Mercure Warszawa Centrum Hotel is located in the city center, next to the Zlote Tarasy, the largest shopping center in Warsaw, and not far from the commercial buildings: Warsaw Financial Center, Warsaw Towers, and Rondo ONZ 1. Its location in the rapidly developing business heart of the city, and its proximity to the exhibition center (Palace of Culture and Science) and a number of cultural attractions makes the hotel the perfect location both for business travelers and tourists.
Mercure Krakow Stare Miasto (Old Town), Krakow
A 5-minute walk from the Kraków Barbican gate and museum, and a 10 minute walk to the Old Town, this upmarket hotel in a contemporary building is 2 km from the fortified hilltop Wawel Castle. The building boasts a unique facade and interiors. Modern rooms offer Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks; some feature sitting areas with sofas. Upgraded rooms add Nespresso machines and/or pull-out sofas. Suites have living rooms; some provide balconies.The Winestone Restaurant is a cosmopolitan restaurant/bar serving international fare and the hotel also features a gym and 5 meeting rooms.
Angelo by Vienna House, Prague
This stylish hotel is a 5-minute ride from Prague’s historic center by metro, which is close to the hotel. Wenceslas Square and the popular Mala Strana quarter, with its cafes and Baroque monuments, are just 3 miles away. All guest rooms come with the latest technology, like DVD players, internet access, plasma TVs, air-conditioning, tea/coffee makers and satellite TV. At the Jazz lobby bar, guests can enjoy a drink and warm up by the fire, while the Sunlight restaurant offers a variety of modern Czech and international cuisine. A fitness center and a sauna are in the hotel complex.
Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront, Vienna
Set in the heart of Vienna, this hotel is within walking distance of the main historic sights and most fashionable shopping streets in the city. Relax in our comfortable guest rooms and enjoy a high standard of amenities. Try innovative Austrian cuisine and modern European à la carte specials in this light and airy S’PARKS restaurant or on the alfresco terrace. Enjoy Austrian wines and Viennese coffees at the Lobby Bar & Lounge. Work out in the well-equipped gym or unwind in the sauna, steam bath and relaxation area. Take advantage of free Wi-Fi in the public areas of this hotel.
Radisson Blu Beke Hotel, Budapest
Built at the beginning of the 20th century, this hotel is decorated with the elegant frescoes and stained glass windows. This hotel borders Budapest’s shopping and business districts and is close to the Hungarian State Opera House, Heroes’ Square and the Parliament building. 247 rooms offer Free high-speed, wireless Internet, individual climate control and an abundance of natural light. Olive’s Restaurant showcases traditional Hungarian dishes with Mediterranean influences, while Zsolnay Café serves coffee, tea, cocktails and an array of desserts on the namesake Zsolnay porcelain. All visitors can take advantage of the indoor pool and laundry services.
Hotel Museum, Budapest
The Hotel Museum Budapest is situated in the heart of the city, close to the National Museum and just a few steps from Váci street, St. Steven’s Basilica and the Great Dohány Street Synagogue. Spend peaceful nights in the soundproof standard and superior rooms, which have the newest contemporary design. All rooms include a laptop-size safe, a minibar and a TV with satellite channels. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. The rich buffet breakfast at the Hotel Museum Budapest, which includes Hungarian specialties, provides a good start for the day. The hotel’s lobby bar serves a wide selection of cocktails and wines. Rejuvenate your body and soul in the sauna, jacuzzi, Turkish bath and fitness room or treat yourself to a relaxing massage. The Hotel Museum welcomes artists and painters to exhibit their works, and the Museum Gallery displays a variety of contemporary exhibitions, which can be freely viewed by all guests and visitors.
K907 – Warsaw to Budapest 11 Days / 10 Nights
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: in 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: to 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: in 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: to 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: in 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: to Vienna, Monday
Head to Vienna, the “City of Waltz.” Your time is free in Austria’s lovely capital.
Day 8: in 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: to 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: in 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.
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