Journey through Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic
Discover the very best of the Polish, Czech and German cultural and historical heritage. Explore the cities where modern architecture harmonizes with medieval brick churches and cathedrals. Feel the different life pulse and the unique atmosphere of each destination. If you’re a foodie make sure you get off the beaten track for a while and explore the charming little streets where some of the best local restaurants can be found.
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Berlin and Dresden – see some of Berlin’s most famous landmarks, such as the Brandenburg Gate, the remnants of the Berlin Wall and Reichstag. Then, head to Dresden, which is the home to many art galleries and magnificent buildings rebuilt after WWII.
Poznan – get to know one of the oldest cities in Poland and its first capital.
Warsaw – visit the capital of Poland shaped by the turbulent history of WWII and the communist era.
Krakow – Wieliczka – Krakow will enchant you with its vibrant Main Market Square, ornamented townhouses, charming Old Town and majestic Wawel Castle. In the nearby Wieliczka you’ll have to go under the ground to explore the meandering corridors, chambers and statues chiseled in rock salt.
Brno, Prague – first get to see Brno, the second-largest city in the Czech Republic famous for its vibrant Old Town and Art Nouveau as well as Neoclassical architecture. Then head to Prague, one of Europe’s gems, to see the Hradcany district – a complex of castles, churches and museums dominating the city’s skyline. Oh, and don’t forget to try Knedlík for dinner!