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Vienna - Budapest and Krakow - Warsaw

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8 to 12+ Nights from $813*
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This 8 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Hotel for 2 nights in Vienna
  • Train from Vienna to Budapest
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Budapest
  • Flight from Budapest to Krakow
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Krakow
  • Train from Krakow to Warsaw
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Warsaw

Explore Europe like never before, starting this adventure in Austria, all the way through Hungary and ending in Poland. Begin in Vienna (the capital of Austria, known for its classical music, waltzes, delicate almond cakes and interesting museums). Then, you will travel to the dual city of Budapest (the historic and modern capital of Hungary). From there, you will head to Poland to visit Krakow (one of the cultural and artistic centers of Poland), and finally Warsaw (well-known for its foodie scene and its painstakingly recreated Old Town). This is a flexible package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Vienna

  • Budapest

  • Krakow

  • Warsaw

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Trip Summary

  • Vienna

    City of music, cafes, waltzes, parks, pastries, and wine - that`s Vienna in a nutshell. Vienna doesn`t hurry, and, as you saunter through its stately streets, marveling at its Baroque palaces, neither should you. Explore churches filled with statues of golden saints and pink-cheeked cherubs, wander through treasure-packed museums, or while away an afternoon in one of those countless meccas of mocha (the inevitable cafés), you will feel lapped in lashings of rich, delicious, whipped cream - the beloved Schlagobers that garnishes most Viennese pastries. Explore The Hofburg Palace, Schonbrunn Palace, Staatsoper, Kunsthistorisches Museum, the MuseumsQuartier Complex, St. Stephan's Cathedral, the Belvedere Palace, The Ringstrasse, Parlament, The Prater and so much more!

  • Budapest

    Two cities in one! Buda on a hill, historical part of the city and Pest on a plain its shops and boulevards both separated by the Danube flowing between them and connected by magnificent bridges. Budapest looks its most beautiful at dawn, yet it is also spectacularly appealing at night. With a unique, youthful atmosphere, a world-class classical music scene as well as a pulsating night life and an exceptionally rich offering of natural thermal baths, Budapest is one of Europe`s most delightful and enjoyable cities. This is a vibrant city: it throbs with life morning, noon and night; a remarkable and wholly unpretentious place. Visit and explore the Buda Hill and the Castle District, Parliament, the Chain Bridge, Heroes' Square, St. Stephen's Basilica, the Opera House, Matthias Church, Fisherman's Bastion, Gellert Hill, the thermal baths and so much more.

  • Krakow

    Krakow is one of the oldest cities in Poland and one of the cultural and artistic centers of the country, the former seat of the Polish kings and the former national capital. Among the highlights of the city are: the Royal Castle and Cathedral on Wawel Hill; the medieval Old Town with its beautiful Main Square; the 14th-century buildings of the Jagiellonian University; as well as Kazimierz, the historical centre of Krakow's Jewish religious and social life. Explore the Main Square, St. Mary's Basilica, Wawel Cathedral, The Cloth Hall, Planty Park, Kazimierz, Ghetto Heroes Square, Collegium Maius, National Museum, St. Florian's Gate, and so much more.

  • Warsaw

    Much of Warsaw's historic center was painstakingly recreated and today's Old Town buildings are closer to the original architecture than they were ever before. It has a wealth of shops and restaurants to potter around in. The city also boasts many green spaces, with leafy parks where rowing boats cruise past outdoor cafés, during the summer, and free classical concerts attract. In addition, the Former Jewish ghetto is a stark reminder of the unforgiving hand of history. The nightlife scene is equally surprising, with the city's increasingly well-dressed youth flocking to the countless bars and clubs of a city that now hums after dark. Visit and explore the Palace of Culture and Science, Royal Castle in Warsaw, Lazienki Park, National Museum, Copernicus Science Centre, Museum of the History of the Polish Jews, Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Wilanow Palace, and so much more.

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