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13D10N EASTERN EUROPE HIGHLIGHTS

13D10N EASTERN EUROPE HIGHLIGHTS
  • 13 days
  • Group Tour
  • Apr 2020 - Dec 2020
  • SGD 3238

TripZilla 13D10N EASTERN EUROPE HIGHLIGHTS

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Highlights

13D10N EASTERN EUROPE HIGHLIGHTS
Sales period: Feb 2020 - Dec 2020 
Travel period: Apr 2020 - Dec 2020

21 Included Meals

  • 10 breakfasts
  • 3 lunches
  • 8 dinners
Specialty Meals
  • German pork knuckle
  • Polish golabki stuffed cabbage
  • Hungarian folklore dinner
  • Austrian pork schnitzel and apple strudel
GERMANY
BERLIN
  • Berlin Wall
  • Bradenburg Gate
  • Checkpoint Charlie
  • Reichstag Building
  • Tiergarten
DRESDEN
  • Bastei
MUNICH
  • Olympic Stadium
  • Olympic Tower
  • Marienplatz
  • Viktualienmarkt
CZECH REPUBLIC
PRAGUE
  • Prague Castle
  • St Vitus Cathedral
  • Golden Lane
  • Wenceslas Square
  • Astronomical Clock
  • Charles Bridge
POLAND
KRAKOW
  • Auschwitz Concentration Camp
  • Jewish quarter
  • Courtyard of the Royal Castle
  • Wawel Hill
  • Church of Virgin Mary
  • Jagiellonian University 
HUNGARY
BUDAPEST
  • Castle District
  • Heroes’ Square
  • Fisherman’s Bastion
  • Gellert Hill
AUSTRIA
VIENNA
  • Designer Outlet Parndorf
  • Ringstrasse
  • Opera House
  • Hofburg
  • Parliament Building
  • Town Hall
  • Burgtheater
  • Schonbrunn Palace
SALZBURG
  • Mirabell Palace
  • Residence Square
  • Mozart Square
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s birthplace

DAY 1 SINGAPORE – BERLIN
Meals on Board

Head off to Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Berlin, the capital of Germany.

DAY 2 BERLIN
Meals on Board/Lunch

Upon arrival, embark on a tour of beguiling Berlin, one of the trendiest and most cosmopolitan capitals in the world that is also steeped in a wealth of history and culture. Kick off the day by witnessing the iconic Berlin Wall at East Side Gallery, an open-air museum with a section of the wall covered by approximately 106 paintings from all over the world as a testament to freedom. Continue experiencing the magical grip of Berlin as you tour historical monuments, such as Brandenburg GateCheckpoint Charlie, and Reichstag building, built in the 19th century in Italian Renaissance style and comprises a redesigned glass dome. In the middle of the city, you will see Victory Column in Tiergarten, the famous park where many Berliners chew the fat and spend their time.

DAY 3 BERLIN – DRESDEN – BASTEI – PRAGUE
Breakfast/German Pork Knuckle Lunch/Dinner

After breakfast, travel to Dresden, long regarded as the most beautiful city in Germany. Dresden is located on the left bank of Elbe River at a graceful river bend. Despite the devastating bombing campaign of World War II, the old part of the city has since been restored and regained its beauty. Tuck into a scrumptious German pork knuckle lunch. After lunch, continue towards Bastei and be amazed by the stunning rock formation of Germany. Take a stroll and admire Germany’s most unique landscape before you continue your journey to Prague, the capital, administrative, cultural, business and industrial centre of Czech Republic. Built along Vltava River, the longest river in Czech Republic, Prague is also one of the most beautifully preserved cities in Europe.

DAY 4 PRAGUE
Breakfast/Dinner

Begin your morning in Prague on a majestic note with a visit to Prague Castle, the largest ancient castle in the world, St Vitus Cathedral, the biggest and most important church in the country, Golden Lane and famous Wenceslas Square, which is the hub of cultural, social and business activities in Prague. Not to be missed is Astronomical Clock, where a crowd gathers at the start of every hour to admire the procession of the Apostles and other allegorical figures. Take a stroll on Charles Bridge, the symbol of the city of Prague, and admire the Baroque statues that flank both sides of the bridge. After lunch, spend your day at leisure to discover the many more charms of Prague.

DAY 5 PRAGUE – KRAKOW
Breakfast/Dinner

Journey into Poland and take in the old-world charm of Krakow. It is a multifaceted city where you will able to witness for yourself a mix of old and new with wonderfully preserved old buildings and increasingly modern city streets side by side.

DAY 6 KRAKOW
Breakfast/Polish Golabki Stuffed Cabbage Lunch

Today, travel to the west of Krakow in southern Poland to visit Auschwitz Concentration Camp, which serves as a chilling reminder of the Holocaust during World War II. Thereafter, return to Krakow to continue your sightseeing tour that includes the tallest structures on Krakow's skyline, the spires of old churches. Historical buildings, museums and churches also flank the main Market Square. One of your photo stops will be the Jewish quarter, where the movie “Schindler’s List” was filmed. You will also get to visit the courtyard of the Royal Castle at Wawel Hill. At Church of Virgin Mary, hear a trumpeter play from the tower window on the hour and immerse yourself in the area’s awe-inspiring Gothic architecture. If time permits, visit Jagiellonian University, one of the first universities in Europe.

DAY 7 KRAKOW – SLOVAKIA – BUDAPEST
Breakfast/Chinese Dinner

Travel across the Tatra region to Slovakia for a short stop before heading to Budapest, capital of Hungary. You will discover that Hungarian art and architecture are a mix of Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque and Art Nouveau influences.

DAY 8 BUDAPEST
Breakfast/Hungarian Folklore Dinner

This morning, explore Budapest, the administrative, business and cultural centre of Hungary. The Castle District is the premier destination for visitors and contains some of Budapest's most important monuments and museums. The main sights of the twin cities of Buda and Pest include Heroes’ Square, a magnificent reminder of Hungary’s influence during the celebrated Austro-Hungarian Empire, Fisherman’s Bastion and Gellert Hill, all of which offer panoramic views of the city. After lunch, you can spend your time at leisure or take a stroll along Danube River, which pulses through the heart of Central and Eastern Europe. Tonight, enjoy a traditional Hungarian folklore dinner.

DAY 9 BUDAPEST – PARNDORF OUTLET – VIENNA
Breakfast/Pork Schnitzel And Apple Strudel Dinner

After crossing the border into Austria, travel to Designer Outlet Parndorf for a fantastic shopping experience, where you can find your favourite designer brands at special discount all year round. After shopping, arrive in the beautiful city of Vienna otherwise known as Wien. Embark on a city tour to view significant landmarks from Ringstrasse to Opera HouseHofburgParliament BuildingTown Hall and Burgtheater. The Burgtheater was largely destroyed in a bombing raid in 1945 and one month later, on April 12, 1945, it was further damaged by a fire of unknown origin. Thereafter, head to a major Viennese attraction, Schonbrunn Palace.  Schonbrunn Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Austria's most visited attraction. This Baroque synthesis of different arts, consisting of a palace and gardens, has been in the possession of the Habsburgs for centuries, and has been restored to its original condition.
Note

Designer Outlet Parndorf Parndorf is close on public holiday and Sunday, subject to change without prior notice in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Overnight accommodation may not be in Vienna during festive/peak season.

DAY 10 VIENNA – SALZBURG
Breakfast/Chinese Dinner

This morning, continue to Salzburg, the hometown of Mozart. Enjoy the expansive view of the breathtaking countryside where well-loved musical, “The Sound of Music”, was based on. Discover this delightful musical city at your leisure and rejoice in sights like Mirabell PalaceResidence SquareMozart Square and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s birthplace at No.9 Getridegasse Street. You may also opt to visit Mozart Museum at your own expense, or go shopping for souvenirs.

DAY 11 SALZBURG – MUNICH
Breakfast/German Pork Knuckle Dinner

Today drive to Munich, the third largest city in Germany. Upon arrival, enjoy a guided tour of Munich. Take in the sights of Olympic Stadium, the 1,000-foot-tall Olympic Tower and Marienplatz with the old and new town hall. Enjoy the bustle at popular Viktualienmarkt, an open-air market of small stores selling freshly grilled sausages, fruits, flowers and cheese.

DAY 12 MUNICH – SINGAPORE
Breakfast/Meals on Board

If time permits, of course there is always last-minute shopping before bidding “Auf Wiedersehen” to Munich as you transfer to the airport for your flight home.

DAY 13 ARRIVE IN SINGAPORE

Itinerary
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