VIP Eurotour including 7 day Eastern Mediterranean Cruise

4390€ per person
16 Days
More than 1

BEYOND WORDS Experience VIP Eurotour

Serving the classic Dalmatian cocktail of historic towns, jewel-like waters, rugged limestone mountains, sun-kissed islands, gorgeous climate and Mediterranean cuisine, this region is a holidaymaker's dream. Yet it's the cities and islands further south that hog all the limelight, leaving Northern Dalmatia, if not quite undiscovered, then certainly less overrun.
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Central Dalmatia is the most action-packed and diverse part of Croatia, with pretty islands, quiet ports, rugged mountains, numerous castles and an emerging culinary scene, as well as three Unesco World Heritage sites: Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the medieval walled town of Trogir and the ancient strip fields of the Stari Grad plain on the island of Hvar. Throughout it all, the rugged 1500m-high Dinaric Range provides a dramatic background.

What's included

Ancona , Bran , Bucharest , Karlovy Vary , Krakow , Kutna Hora , Mykonos , Prague , Rome , Santorini , Split , Venice Discover Destinations
Departure Location
Prague Airport, P1 Express, 161 00 Praha 6
Return Location
Rome Airport, 00054 Fiumicino RM
Tour Start Date & Time
Everyday at 08:00
Price includes
  • 1 FREE bottle of water per day
  • A guided tour of important places
  • Accommodation
  • Accommodation in single twin share room
  • Beautifully illustrated souvenir map
  • Breakfast
  • Cruise ticket
  • Observation and participation in allowed activities
  • Porterage for a maximum of two bags per person
  • Professionally guided tour
  • Transportation
Price does not include
  • Current Hotel Taxes and Service Charges
  • Excess baggage charge
  • International Air, unless expressly paid for
  • Medical insurance and emergency insurance
  • Personal expenses
  • Services not specifically stated in the itinerary
  • Tips to guide and driver
  • Visa arrangements

Which places will you visit?

This eurotrip will take you to the central and eastern part of Europe.


Prague is an interesting city with many world famous attractions such as Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Astronomical Clock, Old Town Square, etc.

Karlovy Vary

The largest Czech spa town. Here you will visit the city center with hot springs and the Diana viewpoint.

Kutna Hora

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.


About BucharestBucharest, the capital of Romania, is the largest city and the main political, administrative, economic, financial, banking, educational, scientific and cultural center of the country.


Few can imagine a more iconic city than Venice. Life here is quite different from the rest of the world. Everything takes place on the water. And the architecture of the city is also breathtaking. Experience what it is like to take a water bus to the city center. You will visit the Venetian Square (Piaza di San Marco), St. Mark’s Basilica and the Wailing Bridge. Then take the narrow streets to the Rialto Bridge (Ponte di Rialto), probably the most famous bridge in Venice.


The story of Split is already 17 centuries old, dating to the time the Roman Emperor Diocletian decided to build his Palace right on the peninsula near the great Roman city Salona, where he wanted to spend the last years of his life.


The everlasting beauty of Santorini island attracts thousands of visitors every year and it is no wonder that the island is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. Its wild volcanic landscape, the rugged cliffs, the wild nature and beautiful beaches combined with its rich history and traditions make Santorini the gem of Greece.


Mykonos’ nickname is The Island of the Winds due to the strong Meltemi winds that blow often but it may also be referred to as the Queen of the Cyclades.


If you want to see heaven on Earth, come to Dubrovnik”, proclaimed the Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw – and he wasn’t wrong.


Ancona, Capital of the Marches Region, lies on the promontory of Monte Conero directly facing the sea.


There are many places to see in Rome, but probably the most famous are the Colosseum, Vatican, the Trevi Fountain, the Roman Forum and the Phanteon. You will of course visit all these places and learn more about their history.

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Day 1

Prague, Czech Republic

Arrival to Prague. Accomodation in hotel. Rest day.
Day 2

Prague, Czech Republic

Visit to Prague Castle, St. Vittus catedhral, Charles Bridge, St. Anna Church (Santo nino de Praga), late lunch on the boat cruising Vltava river, Old Town square (Orloj), Prague Downtown and surrounding areas. Overnight in Prague.
Day 3

Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic

In the morning transfer to Karlovy Vary. Visit to downtown of Karlovy Vary, Kolonada, Deers Jump, hot springs and surrounding areas. Transfer back to Prague. Overnight in Prague.
Day 4

Kutna Hora, Czech Republic

In the morning transfer to Kutna Hora. Visit to famous, ancient mining operation museum, Kostnice.. church made of human bones. Transfer to Krakow. Overnight in Krakow.

Day 5

Krakow, Poland

Visit to Sanctuary of Divine Mercy, Wadowice (house of the Pope John Paul II and Jasna Gora. Overnight in Krakow.

Day 6

Bucharest, Romania

In the morning flight to Bucharest. Visit to downtown, Revolution square, Stavropoleos Monastery and surrounding areas. Overnight in Bucharest.

Day 7

Transilvania, Romania

Daytrip to Transylvania and Draculas castle. Overnight in Bucharest.

Day 8

Venice, Italy (Cruise)

In the morning flight to Venice. Embark the ship. Departure at 16:30.

Day 9

Split, Croatia (Cruise)

Ship arriving at 7AM. Visit to city center, beaches, etc. Ship departing at 5PM.

Day 10

At Sea (Cruise)

Day at sea. Various programs on board. Programs on board includes various animation programs, casino, theatre, cinema, bar and lounges, live music, gym, arcade center, shops, swimming pools, hot tubs, restaurants, chess club, promenade and many more. You will simply never be bored.

Day 11

Santorini, Greece (Cruise)

Arrival to Santorini at 7AM. Visit to world famous Santorini scenery, beaches, etc. Ship
departing at 3PM. Arrival to Mykonos at 8PM. Visit to city center and port of Mykonos.

Day 12

Mykonos, Greece (Cruise)

Ship departing at 3AM. Enjoying all the entertainment on the ship. Bars, Casino, Theatre,
Gym, Swimming pools, Sundeck, Restaurants, Animation programs and many more.

Day 13

Split, Croatia (Cruise)

Ship arriving at 1PM. Visit to the city center, beaches, famous port of Dubrovnik, etc.. Ship
departing at 8PM.

Day 14

Ancona, Italy (Cruise)

Ship arriving at 10AM. Visit to city center, beaches, etc. Ship departing at 6PM.

Day 15

Venice, Italy (Cruise)

Ship arriving at 8AM. During the morning disembark the ship. Visit to Venice city center and famous channels with Gondolas. At the evening transfer to Rome. Overnight in Rome.

Day 16

Rome, Italy

Visit to Rome (Churches, colloseum, and downtown) and Vatican city. At the evening transfer to the airport.

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From the island of Korčula in the northwest to the dreamy plains of Konavle in the southeast, this is a region to be savoured by beach seekers, wine lovers and history buffs alike.

Yet one location understandably eclipses any discussion of Southern Dalmatia: the remarkable old town of Dubrovnik. Ringed by mighty defensive walls that dip their feet in the cerulean sea, the city encapsulates the very essence of a medieval Mediterranean fantasy. Dubrovnik is simply unique; its beauty is bewitching, its setting sublime. Thousands of visitors walk along its marble streets every day, gazing, gasping and happily snapping away.

When Dubrovnik's tourist scrum threatens to overwhelm, a reinvigorating balm is but a quick boat or bus ride away. Refresh yourself on the shady paths of Trsteno Arboretum or, if that doesn't do the trick, the divine wine and oysters of the sparsely populated Pelješac Peninsula surely will.

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