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Marvel at the wonders of Eastern and Central Europe on this 10 day trip
Explore the riches of Eastern and Central Europe on this epic 10 day group trip. Stay in a hand-picked accommodation across 5 fascinating countries. From the flamboyant architecture and grand cafes of Budapest and Vienna, to the medieval wonders of Prague and the alternative street culture of Berlin and Amsterdam, it’s a truly magical trip.
Day 1: Arrive in Budapest, Hungary
Start your adventure in the gorgeous 'Paris of the East'. Check out Hero's Square, St Stephen's Basilica and the National Palace. Hungary? Tuck into goulash and dumplings tonight with your group.
Day 2: Budapest
Free day to head to Great Market Hall for Langos (deep fried dough...mmm), have a soak at Szechenyi Baths or hang with the hipsters at a 'ruin pub'.
Day 3: Budapest to Vienna
Atmospheric coffee shops, grand museums, food markets and music, Vienna is a baroque gem. Kick off with a driving tour of the city. Classical fans can opt to see the Viennese Chamber Orchestra tonight.
Day 4: Vienna to Prague, Czech Republic
Visit Mauthausen concentration camp for a lesson in human resilience, before heading to picturesque Prague. Tour the cobbled lanes and gothic architecture before enjoying some seriously good beer.
Day 5: Prague
Check out the Insta-worthy John Lennon Wall, soak up some history at the National Museum, and grab some lip-smacking roast pork from one of the Old Town street vendors.
Day 6: Prague to Berlin via Dresden, Germany
A creative hub, party paradise and historical heavyweight, Berlin is legend. Stop at elegant Dresden on the way before taking a driving tour of the highlights of hip Berlin.
Day 7: Berlin
Take an optional Third Reich walking tour for an insight into the city under Nazi rule. Tonight, opt to explore the city after dark on an alternative street art and nightlife tour.
Day 8: Berlin to Amsterdam, Netherlands
There's nowhere quite like the 'Dam! See the highlights of the city, including the Royal Palace and the National Monument at your own pace.
Day 9: Amsterdam
Make like a 'dammer with an optional cycling tour of the city's canals, bridges and parks. Later, visit the Rijksmuseum or discover Anne Frank's house.
Day 10: Depart
It's time to head back to London town today where we will end our trip at around 9pm. You'd better start planning your next adventure!
This trip includes 9 nights’ accommodation in a selection of stylish hotels. We’ve hand-picked accommodation with comfort, privacy and style in spades. All accommodation is minimum 3* and all rooms are twin or double share with en-suite facilities, A/C and WiFi. If you would prefer a private room throughout the trip, please contact us for prices.
We’ll provide you with 9 breakfasts and 4 dinners on this tour. You’ll have the freedom to eat wherever you like for the rest of the time. The cuisine of the countries we visit on this trip is very varied, and you’ll be able to sample a whole range of local delicacies. Let us know before the trip if you have any dietary requirements.
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You’ll need to arrive into Budapest on day 1 in time for the 6pm welcome meeting. We recommend that you plan to land earlier rather than later so you can make the most of your time in Budapest. A taxi takes about 30-40 minutes to the city centre. This trip ends in London at around 9pm on day 10. For this reason we recommend you an extra night in London for after your trip ends. Please speak to a Travel Advisor if you need assistance in booking extra accommodation.
As a response to the outbreak of Covid-19, many of our local partners and suppliers are putting in place new measures and policies regarding health and safety in response to the outbreak. These new measures will change and evolve over time, and the policies and procedures will vary depending on each trip. Some of the changes you may experience are:
- Updated safety & hygiene procedures
- Arrival safety meetings
- Smaller group sizes
- Knowledgeable & Trained Staff
- Access to 24/7 emergency support
- Different transport & accommodation
It's important you also take steps to make travelling safer. You should abide by local laws and restrictions, and follow the guidance of the local team. You should also bring and use your own face coverings/masks and hand sanitiser, social distance where needed, wash your hands frequently, and cover your face when sneezing or coughing.