Distance: 370km / 230mi
- Welcome to Prague. Marvel at the Baroque Church of St Nicholas, Charles Bridge and the Old Town Hall’s famous astronomical clock.
- Tour Hradcany, the city’s Castle District, including the remarkable Prague Castle.
- Quench your thirst on a Prague brewery tour.
- On your way to Vienna, admire the landscape of Bohemia.
- Stop at Cesky Krumlow and enjoy an afternoon walking tour of the splendid medieval town.
Distance: 320km / 200mi
- Attend a classic concert in the imperial city of Vienna, once home to Strauss, Mozart and Beethoven.
- Sip coffee or indulge in a piece of Sachertorte in a typical Viennese coffee house.
- Stroll in Heroes’ Square for the best view of Hofburg Palace.
- Board a river cruise on the Danube to Bratislava and explore the imposing Bratislava Castle.
- Stop at Esztergom before following the river to Budapest.
The Capital of the Slovak Republic Bratislava, also referred to as the Beauty on the Danube can not only boast interesting history but it also is the centre of the most dynamically developing region of central Europe at present.
Vienna is famous for its cultural events, imperial sights, coffee houses, cozy wine taverns, and the very special Viennese charm.
Taste Viennese cuisine – one of the newest trends in the culinary world.
Distance: 450km / 280mi
- In Budapest, start with a dinner cruise along the river for a unique view of the historic architecture illuminated by night.
- While in the twin cities of Buda and Pest, take a trip through history and feast your eyes on the sculptures, paintings and rooms of Buda Castle.
- Relax in one of the city’s thermal pools.
- Enjoy the picturesque Hungarian countryside and visit a working horse farm on the Hungarian puszta, a grassland landscape along the floodplains of ancient rivers.
- Admire the scenic view of the Low Tatras mountain range.
With their dimensions, the Tatras is the smallest mountain range in the world with an exceptional concentration of wonders set in deep valleys and sky scraping rocky peaks.
Budapest invites you to explore by day and discover by night.
Plan your European vacation around Hungary's many events.
Distance: 380km / 235mi
- Wander Krakow’s historic old town. Poland’s capital for almost 500 years, tour Wawel Castle and experience the grandeur of this former residence of Polish kings.
- Wander the well-preserved Rynek Glowny medieval market square and then explore the Jewish Quarter and St. Mary’s Church.
- Visit the somber Auschwitz concentration camp, a chilling reminder of the Holocaust and the outrages perpetrated against Jews during World War II.
- Restored to its former glory after World War II, discover Warsaw’s historic landmarks such as the magnificent Royal Route and the cobbled lanes of the Old Town Square.
Discover the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of the History of Poland, the Museum of the Polish Army, and many others in Warsaw.
Today Warsaw is a city with many faces where tradition intermingles with modernity.
Krakow is known as Poland's treasure. Mark it as your final stop on your Central Europe journey.