Highlights of Bohemia
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Uncover Germany’s heritage, Poland’s character and Hungary’s charm on this CostSaver trip.
15 days from R1453 per day. 2 nights Frankfurt, Berlin, Warsaw, Krakow, Budapest, Vienna and Prague. Highlights of Bohemia tour with Trafalgar Tours.
Sightseeing with a Local Specialist includes views of the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Tiergarten and the German State Opera House
See the medieval town
Sightseeing with a Local Specialist includes Gellert Hill, the Fisherman’s Bastion and the Church of St. Matthias
View the monastery at Jasna Gora
Orientation tour includes the Old Town
Visit this medieval city
Sightseeing with a Local Specialist includes the cathedral and Royal Castle on Wavel Hill Poznan
Visit the town known as the ‘cradle of the Polish state’
Walking tour with a Local Specialist includes views of Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral and the Old Town Square
Visit this fortified medieval town
Sightseeing with a Local Specialist includes views of Vienna’s State Opera House, the Hofburg Palace, Parliament and the Imperial Boulevards
Sightseeing with a Local Specialist includes the Old City, St. John’s Cathedral and the Royal Palace
Highlights of Bohemia
For many, Berlin is the epitome of all that is great in German culture and this captivating city, a treasure trove of cultural attractions, is also at the heart of the global interest in Germany’s turbulent history.
Although many people give scant regard to Warsaw as an appealing tourist destination, it is still Poland’s largest city and the political, economic, scientific and cultural hub of the country. It has many museums and historical monuments, galleries and historic attractions, a variety of restaurants and open-air cafes, and an energetic nightlife. With green open spaces and classical music concerts, this modern, bustling city is a far cry from the severe communist-era images of post-war Warsaw, which still dominate the global imagination. Visitors to Warsaw will find a resilient and captivating city with lots to offer.
Situated on the banks of the Vistula River, Krakow is also a modern city, the third largest in Poland, and an important university centre boasting the oldest university in Europe. The large student population creates a lively atmosphere and a vibrant nightlife. Countless cafes and outdoor restaurants surround the cobbled main square. The unique atmosphere of this medieval city has made it one of Poland’s most popular tourist destinations.