Imperial cities in Eastern Europe
Austro-Hungarian Empire is long gone, but its traces can still be found all around Eastern Europe. Go for an exciting multi-country journey to see the pearls of Habsburg architecture and immerse yourself in the diversity of local cultures.
What will you see?
Prague and Karlstein – explore one of the most amazing castles in the Czech Republic.
Vienna – the City of Music will enchant you with its beautiful palaces and artistic vibe. And don’t forget to try a delicious Wiener Schnitzel and Sachertorte.
Bratislava – walk the cobblestoned charming streets of the Old Town and explore some of the best examples of gothic architecture in Europe,
Budapest – watch the sunset by the Danube-River while sipping some top-notch Hungarian wine.
Zakopane – take a trekking trip to the Tatra National Park and don’t forget to try a traditional smoked, sheep milk cheese handmade by the Gorals.
Krakow – Wieliczka – Auschwitz-Birkenau – stroll around the main Market Square in Krakow and explore the Wawel castle which used to be the residence of Polish kings until 17th century. Next, head to nearby Wieliczka to see the amazing underground corridors and chambers chiseled in rock salt. Then, visit the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum that is devoted to the victims of the two Nazi concentration camps.
Wroclaw – find out why this city is known as the Polish Venice.
Prague/Berlin – it’s up to you and the rest of the group which city you want to visit last. Both have a lot to offer, so choose wisely!