After arriving to Prague with your local you can:
- Walk through Charles Bridge to Old town and experience its beauty.
- Visit Museum of communism and get new knowledge.
- spend evening in traditional pub and try national cuisine and handcrafted beer.
See Petrin Hill, one of Prague's greenest spaces with the Church of St. Michael and Royal Route what gives the most amount of adventures.
Visit some non touristic places, popular only with locals.
Visit Zlin, where first Bata factory was made in 1894. There you can visit the Bata headquarter, office of Thomas Bata, and visit the shoe museum.
Visiting Budapest, where you:
- will see amazing famous Royal Palace.
- Will visit St. Stephen's Basilica and the Parliament House, which impressed by its architecture.
- will have exclusive boat evening trip on Danube.
In Budapest your trip will continue and you can:
- Enjoy the famous thermal bath.
- Visit Heroe's Square, famous by Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and iconic statue complex featuring the Seven Chieftains of the Magyars with other national leaders.
- Explore and enjoy the serenity on Margaret Island and hear legends about the city.
Transfer to Poland, and in historical Krakow you can:
- Visit authentic old town and its market, place which attracts a lot of tourists.
- Have unique gothic architecture trip with local expert and see famous Wawel cathedral, St. Mary's Basilica and some more monuments.
- Have a dinner with a local family who will make for you traditional polish dishes and will help to understand their culture.
Visit places nearby Krakow as Auschwitz concentration camp and Wieliczka:
- Auschwitz – place with trembling history.
- In Wieliczka (salt mine) you will find dozens of statues and four chapels carved out of the rock salt by the miners.
Welcome to the capital! Warsaw will impress you by it's:
- Old Town – place, which was faithfully restored after the WWII and impress by its unique architecture.
- Royal Route, which gives the most amount of adventures.
- Route starts with amazing Royal Castle.
- The next stop is in Lazienki Park – one of the biggest and amazing parks in Poland originate from time of the last elective Polish king.
- The last stretch is Palace in Willanowa – Summer Residence of King Jan Sobieski.
To know more about World War II history by visiting in Warsaw:
- Uprising Museum – one of the kind WWll uprising museum in the world.
- Area of former Jewish Ghetto.
- Departure from Warsaw.
- Stay for 8 Nights with Breakfast and Dinners.
- Airport transfers.
- Entry Fees to the attractions listed in the itinerary .
- Transportation between cities/countries during the itinerary in a coach.
- Any meals other than those mentioned.
- Flight tickets Any additional expenses as: insurance, additional (which doesn't include in offered menus), personal items.
- Expenses which are beyond our control.
- Any additional attractions, which tourists would like to see/ to do.