Phone: +386 59 90 07 31 (EU)
Phone: +1 650 273 47 71 (USA)
|Type of the trip:||Private Tour which can be further customised for you|
|Period – Dates to apply for:||Throughout whole year – any time as per your wish|
|Duration:||14 nights / 15 days|
|No. of persons:||Up to 15|
|Meals included:||Breakfast daily|
|Entrance fees included:||Prague Castle
|Guides, drivers:||Local guides as per program
Private car with English-speaking driver throughout your trip
Arrival to Berlin airport and private transfer to Berlin hotel. Check-in and at leisure.
Guided tour of Berlin: Visit all the main attractions – from the Berlin Wall to the Brandenburg Gate, from the site of Hitler’s bunker, the Wall, Checkpoint Charlie to the Reichstag parliament building. Duration: up to 4 hours.
Tip of the day:
– REICHSTAG ROOFTOP TOUR: A great way to continue your exploration and historical overview of Berlin is to visit the dome and rooftop terrace of the Reichstag Berlin.
– HALL OF MIRRORS IN CLARCHENS BALLHAUS: Clärchens Ballhaus, a dancing venue established in 1913 in Wilhelmine and re-opened in 2005 with the interior largely untouched and unchanged, so that the hall with its chandelier, gallery and decorative stucco at ceilings and walls offers a glimpse at the Golden Twenties in Berlin as a veritable dancing venue and variety hall.
– CHARLOTTENBURG PALACE: Charlottenburg is the largest and most important palace complex in Berlin of the former Brandenburg electors, Prussian kings, and German emperors. The Crown Treasure and Silver Vault are a special highlight at Charlottenburg Palace.
– TOUR OF SS BERLIN: Guided sightseeing of Berlin FD SS Berlin with a special tour about remains of the wall or Berlin underground.
– BERLIN FOOD TOUR: For everyone who want to discover not only Berlin but also the Berlin way of life and indulge in some of the most exciting eating spots. In Berlin, the word neighbourhood still means something. The word “Kiez” is used by Berliners to describe the neighbourhood where they live and feel like home. As a city within a city, each district has developed its own charm and atmosphere.
– JEWISH HERITAGE WALKING TOUR OF BERLIN: Develop a greater understanding of Berlin’s Jewish community, both past and present, on this guided, 4-hour, small-group walking tour. Explore Berlin’s former Jewish quarter and learn about the city’s Jewish heritage from the 17th century to today. See landmark sites like the Old Jewish Cemetery, the New Synagogue, the courtyards of Hackesche Höfe and more. Also, visit the Blindenwerkstatt Otto Weidt, a 1940s-era factory where workshop owner Otto Weidt protected his blind and deaf Jewish workers from persecution during the Holocaust.
Private transfer to Prague hotel. Check-in at the hotel and at leisure.
Tip of the day in Prague:
– HAVE DINNER IN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING MICHELIN RESTAURANTS IN PRAGUE:
*and for more adventurous tastes: LA DEGUSTATION BOHEME BOURGEOISE
Guided tour of Prague: In the morning, you look out over Prague and immediately understand its nickname “city of 1,000 spires.” The skyline contains 1,100 years of history, filled with domed churches and old towers. A blend of architectural styles decorates the entire city, from its narrow Gothic lanes to its Baroque palaces, Renaissance bridges, and Art Nouveau cafes. On the opposite side of the Vltava River, you can see Prague Castle casting a dramatic image overlooking the cityscape.
Discover the delights of Prague, stroll around the Jewish Quarter and Old Town to see the Astronomical Clock and many other highlights.
Tip of the day:
– DINNER CRUISE ON VLTAVA RIVER: Enjoy the most beautiful sights in Prague – Charles Bridge, Rudolfinum, Prague Castle, etc. from the boat and relax with live music on-board. During the cruise enjoy a fabulous menu with a wide selection of delicacies of Czech and international cuisine (possible as a buffet or a la carte dinner).
– PRAGUE MICROBREWERY TOUR: Join a popular tour of Prague’s top microbreweries and sample 11 varieties of Czech beer. On this 3-hour tour you will also learn brewing techniques and the centuries-old traditions of this city known around the world for its fine beers.
– PRAGUE FOOD TOUR: walking food tour of this glorious city takes in plenty of authentic food tastings from amazing, locally loved food stops. You will taste some incredible Czech desserts, get a real understanding of why Prague is famous for its open-faced sandwiches, and soak up some serious history in a café that dates back to the beginning of the 20th century and has played host to dozens of famous historical figures. Take a break from being a tourist and experience the real Prague.
– PRAGUE COOKING CLASSES: The cooking classes are held in the morning hours and will present you with the best of the traditional Czech cuisine. Every class is held by chef, who will lead you through the whole food preparation and cooking. As a result of joint efforts, you will enjoy the best possible lunch at the end of the class.
– BEER GARDENS SELECTION IN PRAGUE: Riegrovy Sady Beer Garden, Prague’s Premier Beer Garden with Zemský On Tap; Pivovar Národní, A New Microbrewery in Central Prague; Pivovar Hostivar: From the first sip of a bottle bought at a local beer shop; Pivovar Hostivar struck our taste buds as a must visit. The beer is incredibly fresh.; Letná Beer Garden: With arguably the best view of Prague, Letná Beer Garden is a green, leafy oasis perfect for enjoying a beer in nice weather.
Sightseeing with private guide of Prague Castle and walk to Golden Street.
Castle, most beautiful part of the city is situated in the historic center of Prague, it is the largest castle complex in the world and UNESCO World Heritage site. In the neighborhood surrounding the castle, find Nový Svět, or New World Street. This small locale has always been a magnet for artists and is a real gem with its walled streets, small houses, art galleries and old street lights. Go to Hradčanské Náměstí, or Hradčanské Square by several imposing palaces, including the Archbishop’s Palace, the Martinicky Palace, the Schwarzenberg Palace and the Tuscany Palace.
And do not forget to enjoy the Golden Lane (Czech: Zlatá ulička). It is a street situated in Prague Castle, originally built in the 16th century. Many of the houses are now souvenir shops, and there is a museum of medieval armoury within the former 14th-century fortification accessible from Golden Lane.
Tip of the day:
– NUCLEAR BUNKER TOUR: Ex-Soviet bunker, made during the Cold War, is located five stories under the ground. It is crammed with paraphernalia including gas masks, medical kits, and uniforms. The ambience is evocative of the paranoia and violence of the Cold War years and it is bound to send a chill down your spine.
– MUCHA MUSEUM: The world´s first Mucha Museum, dedicated to the life and work of the world-acclaimed Czech ART NOUVEAU artist Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939), is housed in the Baroque Kaunický Palace in the very heart of Prague. A selection of over 100 exhibits comprising paintings, photographs, charcoal drawings, pastels, lithographs and personal memorabilia provides a privileged view into the universe of the artist who is most widely known for the posters he executed for Sarah Bernhardt in the fashionable world of fin-de-siècle Paris.
– VISIT KGB MUSEUM: For the first time in the word the things, which belonged to the first persons of the Soviet state, the heads of the Cheka-NKVD-GPU-OGPU-MGB-KGB, the senior functionaries of the soviet state security, are collected in one place. Quite unusual pieces, such as the death mask of Lenin, Trotsky murder weapon, the radio from Beria’s cabinet, the equipment from the laboratories of the KGB and many other things are in this collection in KGB Museum in Prague.
– DAY TRIP TO KARLOVY VARY: Sample the delights of the world-famous spa town of Karlovy Vary on full-day trip from Prague. Admire the Bohemian landscapes as you travel from Prague to Karlovy Vary, and discover the many attractions of the town. Visit the Moser glass factory, where beautiful crystal ware is made; admire the elegant spa colonnades and fountains, and sample some of the reputedly curative waters, light spa wafers and some of Karlovy’s legendary herbal liqueur.
– HALF-DAY TRIP TO KARLSTEJN CASTLE: Karlštejn Castle is one of the best castles in the Czech Republic and is a truly magical specimen. Learn about Karlštejn Castle’s legendary treasures and relics, and then explore the 14th-century gothic landmark, which has sweeping views across the Czech countryside.
Private transfer from Prague to the hotel in Vienna.
En-route stop in Češke Budejovice and Krumlov: Tour to Češke Budejovice where famous Budweiser beer is being brewed. With a population of almost 100,000 people, České Budějovice is the largest city in South Bohemia. For foreign visitors it’s often considered merely a stepping stone on the way to smaller but more famous Český Krumlov 28km to the south, but České Budějovice is an interesting and diverse destination in its own right. Beside Famous Budweiser brewery, town boast with numerous other attractions, such as Old city walls by the river, main square and fountain, Church of St. Nicholas with 72 meters high Black Tower just by the church.
Continue to picturesque, historical UNESCO Cešky Krumlov. Situated on the banks of the Vltava river, the town was built around a 13th-century castle with Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque elements. Krumlov is an outstanding example of a small central European medieval town whose architectural heritage has remained intact thanks to its peaceful evolution over more than five centuries. Guided tour of Krumlov and then return back to Prague.
OPTIONALLY: Visit Hluboká Castle very near to Budejovice: due to its scale, character, original furnishings and extensive park – is one of the most significant and beautiful Romantic monuments in the European and world context. The walls and ceilings of the stately halls on the first story of the castle are paneled with precious wood with unusually rich workmanship and carving decoration. The bedroom and dressing room of princess Eleonor, the Hamilton’s closet and the reading room are all decorated with paintings by European masters of the 16th – 18th centuries, beautiful chandeliers, late Renaissance window panes, and Delft China. The most precious pieces of furniture are situated in the Morning Drawing Room and complemented with painted Chinese vases from the 18th century.
Tip of the day for evening in Vienna:
– VIENNER STEAK AT FIGLMÜLLER: Try original Vienna steak in the restaurant where it was “born”. In Viennese cuisine, there is probably no dish more characteristic of Vienna than Wiener Schnitzel. Its origin is the subject of numerous legends and controversies. There is consensus, however: Only premium veal fried golden brown in lard will do.
– PRATER- THE OLDEST AMUSEMENT PARK& VIENNA GIANT FERRIS WHEEL: The Prater is a popular public park and green space in the city and is home to one of the oldest amusement parks in the world. Used for centuries as the imperial hunting grounds, Vienna’s Prater was opened to the public in 1766. In 1895 the amusement park, Wurstelprater, was opened, of which many of the original attractions have been perfectly preserved, contributing to the charming historic feel of the park.
Vienna City Highlights Tour: our guide will take you to a tour of all main cultural and historical attractions along the famous Ringstrasse to see the Vienna Rathaus, Vienna’s historical center, St Stephen’s Cathedral. Pass the multi-hued Hundertwasserhaus and the opulent grounds of the Schönbrunn Palace. Duration: approx. 3 hours
Tip of the day:
– THE ALBERTINA MUSEUM: one of Vienna’s most impressive art galleries houses one of the largest print rooms in the world and covers most works of art from photography through modern graphic and impressionism. If you are a fan of Monet, Cézanne, Klimt and Picasso then the Albertina is one to visit.
– MOZART & STRAUSS CONCERTS WITH DINNER IN THE KURSALON: Enjoy the musical delights of the concert in the Lanner Hall of the Kursalon with an Austrian dinner in the stylish surroundings of the Restaurant Johann.
– SPANISH RIDING SCHOOL GUIDED TOUR: The Spanish Riding School in Vienna with its famous Lipizzaner ballet can be experienced live in the baroque ambiance of the Imperial Palace. You can choose between guided tour, morning exercise or special performance.
– THE OLDEST ZOO IN THE WORLD IN VICINITY OF SCHÖNBRUNN PALACE: Part of the imperial summer residence of Schönbrunn, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the world’s oldest zoo is indeed an unforgettable experience, and one that no visitor to Vienna should miss. More than 700 animal species, some of them threatened, have found a home here and a chance for survival as a species.
Train transfer to Salzburg. Check-in at your hotel and prepare for a private guided tour.
Our guide will pick take you to a tour of all main cultural and historical attractions of Salzburg. Duration: approx. 3 hours
Rest of the day at leisure for your own exploring.
Tip of the day:
– CLASSIC CONCERT IN SALZBURG: Enjoy an evening likely to have taken place in 1790 – in the Baroque Hall lit by candles, having a dinner based on historical recipes, listening to a concert with musicians in authentic costumes and the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Day at leisure, possible optional trips:
– SALT-MINE HALLEIN: The oldest mine in the world everyone can enjoy and follow the tracks of mysterious, ancient miners’ tunnels for many kilometers into the mystical mountain. More than 2500 years ago, the Celts were already mining “White Gold” here, as is evident from the traces they left behind. Now you can experience it on your own.
– TRIP TO HALLSTATT: Hallstatt UNESCO Village. Explore the old town, admire the view of the Mühlbach Waterfall and observe the colorful baroque style homes sprinkled on the mountainside on your way there.
– VISIT CHIEMSEE LAKE WITH TWO GREAT ISLANDS: Visit Herrenchiemsee Island (or Men’s island) with Palace – a fairy-tale refuge for the fairy-tale king, modelled after the Palace of Versailles by King Ludwig II. Escape to an island in Lake Chiemsee, Bavaria’s largest lake, for a tour of the king’s final and most expensive castle. Continue to another the smaller Fraueninsel, or Women’s Island with the 8th-century Benedictine convent with its Gothic bell tower is fantastic place to enjoy some typical culinary delights of the island, numerous souvenir hand-made craft shops and cute Bavarian houses.
– EAGLE’S NEST: Fascinating Eagle’s Nest (formerly Hitler’s home and southern headquarters): a breathtaking journey up the Kehlstein road and a luxurious brass elevator up through the rock into Eagle’s Nest. Enjoy impressive views and its excellent cuisine. The site combines a unique example of historic architecture and a stunning Alpine setting.
– SOUND OF MUSIC TOUR: Original “Sound of music Tour”: The life of the von Trapp Family is inseparably linked to the city of Salzburg. Every year nearly 300,000 people visit the Trapp Family homes and film locations. The 1965 film became an international box office success. Join us on a wonderful ride with breath-taking views of opening scenes of the movie The Sound of Music were filmed with local guide.
Private transfer to train station and train transfer to Munich. Private transfer to hotel. Rest of the day at leisure.
Guided tour of Munich: Sightseeing of Munich’s main attractions. Visit many of Munich’s top sites — city squares like Marienplatz, Odeonsplatz and Max-Joseph-Platz, plus the Alte Pinakothek art museum, Munich National Theatre and famous watering hole Hofbräuhaus.
Tip of the day optionally:
– TRIP SUGGESTION – AUDI& DACHAU: AUDI FACTORY in Ingolstadt and visit Dachau Concentration Camp from WWII
– NUREMBERG DAY TRIP FROM MUNICH: The ancient city of Nuremberg has been an important center for arts and culture since the Middle Ages and has preserved most of the old walls that have encircled it since the 14th and 15th centuries. Here, you’ll find Gothic churches and other buildings that have been carefully restored from damage during World War II bombing. Nuremberg was the site of the Nazi Party Rally Grounds, where Hitler held his propaganda rallies, and you can visit the documentation center for information on the Third Reich and Nazi activities here.
– VISIT BMW WORLD + MUSEUM: The BMW Museum offers a fascinating presentation of the company, brand and product history of BMW. After learning about BMW’s past you can be brought up to date with the present at the stylish exhibition hall next door. BMW Welt is free to enter and the best explanation is that it’s the world’s most spectacular car dealership showroom. People come to pick up their new BMWs, which is a spectacle in its own right as their car is lifted up to them by elevator into a glass hall.
– TRIP TO UNESCO CITY OF BAMBERG: Surrounded by three of Europe’s most beautiful Nature Parks, Franconian Switzerland, Steigerwald and Haßberge. Experience the atmosphere of the old streets and Cathedral Square along with the view of Little Venice.
Day trip from Munich (private): Visit Fairy-tale Neuschwanstein Castle: Today Neuschwanstein is one of the most popular of all the palaces and castles in Europe. Every year 1.4 million people visit “the castle of the fairy-tale king”. In the summer around 6,000 visitors a day stream through rooms that were intended for a single inhabitant.
The setting of Neuschwanstein could not be more idyllic. However, movement in the foundation area has to be continuously monitored, and the sheer rock walls must be repeatedly secured.
Private transfer to Munich Airport and flight back home.
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