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Prague is an interesting city with many world famous attractions such as Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Astronomical Clock, Old Town Square, etc.
Take a walk around Kutna Hora and discover the history of the town that used to stand just behind the royal City of Prague some centuries ago, town that was called the jewel and the treasury of the country, town whose wealth elevated the Czech kingdom on the pedestal of fame and power. The bone church in on the list of UNESCO since 1995.
Kraków is a city with county rights, located in southern Poland on the Vistula river, as the second largest city in Poland both with reard to the population and surface area.
The birthplace of Pope Joan Paul II. Small city with beautiful square on wich you can find a house, where Joan Paul II was living. The house is next to the church and its a museum of Joan Paul II. The tour around the museum takes around 60 minutes and you can see the original items from Pope Joan Paul II. youth.
The ruins of Spis Castle in eastern Slovakia form one of the largest castle sites in Central Europe. This is one of the biggest European castles by area (41 426 m²).
Salina Turda is a salt mine in the Durgău-Valea Sărată area of Turda, the second largest city in Cluj County, northwest Romania.
Salina Turda was ranked in 2013 by Business Insider as among the “25 hidden gems around the world that are worth the trek”.
Commonly known outside Romania as Dracula’s Castle (although it is one among several locations linked to the Dracula legend, including Poenari Castle and Hunyadi Castle), it is often erroneously referred to as the home of the title character in Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
Bucharest has landmark buildings and monuments. Perhaps the most prominent of these is the Palace of the Parliament, built in the 1980s during the reign of Communist dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu. The largest Parliament building in the world, the palace houses the Romanian Parliament (the Chamber of Deputies, and the Senate), as well as the National Museum of Contemporary Art. The building boasts one of the largest convention centres in the world.
Nicknamed the Little Vienna or the City of Flowers, Timișoara is considered the informal capital city of the historical Banat. The country’s third most populous city is the economic hub of the region, home to almost a half-million inhabitants in the metropolitan area, as well as ca. 50,000 students from over 50 countries.
Budapest is the capital and the most populous city of Hungary, and the tenth-largest city in the European Union by population within city limits. The history of Budapest began when an early Celtic settlement transformed into the Roman town of Aquincum, the capital of Lower Pannonia.
Vienna offers a unique ensemble of traditional heritage and modernity. Magnificent imperial buildings (Schönbrunn Palace, Belvedere, St. Stephen’s Cathedral), art nouveau buildings (Secession) as well as a long lasting tradition of musical arts (Franz Schubert, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) meet modern architecture, art, festivals and the famous Viennese cuisine (Wiener Schnitzel, Strudel, Sacher Torte).
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Prague, Czech Republic
Arrival. Visit to Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, Riverside of the river Vltava, Santo Nino di Praga, Prague Castle and surrounding areas. Overnight in Prague.
Kutná Hora, Czech Republic
Breakfast. Transfer to Kutná Hora. Visit to Kostnice bone church and surrounding areas. Then transfer to Karlovy Vary. Overnight in Karlovy Vary.
Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic
Breakfast. Visit to the downtown of Karlovy Vary (hot springs, promenade). Then transfer by cable ride to the viewing point Diana. Overnight in Karlovy Vary.
Breakfast. Transfer to Krakow (Poland). On the way stop in Czestochowa (Poland). Visit Jasna Gora (the place of Black Madonna of Czestochowa). Arrival to Krakow. Overnight in Krakow.
Krakow, Wadowice, Poland
Breakfast. Visit to Shrine of the Divine Mercy. Then transfer to Wadowice. Visit to JP II house and museum. Visit to Krakow downtown and square. Overnight in Krakow.
Breakfast. Transfer to Kosice (Slovakia). Visit to Spis Castle and Saint Elizabeth Catedhral. Overnight in Kosice.
Breakfast. Transfer to Turda (Romania). Visit to Salina Turda (the most beautifull underground place on Earth). Overnight near Turda.
Breakfast. Transfer to Bucharest (Romania). On the way visit to the “Dracula“ Bran Castle. Overnight in Bucharest.
Breakfast. Visit the downtown of Bucharest (Parlament Palace and Romanian Athenaeum). Then transfer to Timisoara (Romania). Overnight in Timisoara.
Breakfast. Visit downtown Timisoara (Timisoara Orthodox Catedhral and surrounding areas). Transfer to Budapest (Hungary). Overnight in Budapest.
Breakfast. Visit to downtown Budapest (Oldtown Market, Square, Budapest church and surrounding areas). Cruise on the Danube river. Overnight in Budapest.
Breakfast. Transfer to Vienna (Austria). Visit to Schönbrunn palace. Transfer to Prague (Czech Republic). Overnight in Prague.
Prague, Czech Republic
Breakfast. Transfer to Airport. Flight back.