10 days Eastern Europe Enchanting Christmas & New Year Tour

10 days Eastern Europe Enchanting Christmas & New Year Tour

$1849 per person


This Christmas long weekend holiday is definitely the best time to travel. Let us plan ahead for you, so you could spend this festive season with your family and friends in the countries of joy and romance!

Tour Highlights:

  • Explore many of Budapest’s most prominent attractions, including Buda Castle, a world heritage site, the Matthias Church with its magnificent halls and mysterious wall paintings, and the neo-Gothic style Fisherman’s Bastion where the breathtaking scenery of the whole city and Danube River is just right in front of your eyes!
  • Visit the WWII’s ruins Auschwitz Concentration Camp and learn about the history.
  • Travel through the historic centre of Prague, recognized as the most beautiful city in Europe and listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Filled in the city are many gothic and baroque style architectures, including the famous St. Vitus Cathedral where the kings of Prague were crowned.
  • Stroll around Vienna, the City of Music and immerse into the rhythm of symphony.
  • Enjoy the most authentic European taste: Festive Christmas Eve dinner, traditional Hungarian cuisine, Polish roasted duck with apples, Vienna barbeque ribs, etc.
  • Accommodate in 4-star brand hotels throughout the tour.
  • Professional Chinese/English speaking guide providing attentive services and detailed narrative.

Admissions included:

    • Fisherman’s Bastion & Matthias Church in Budapest, Hungary
    • Maria Sklodowska Curie Museum in Warsaw, Poland
    • Prague Castle (with guided tour) in Prague, Czech Republic
    • Schonbrunn Palace & Garden in Vienna, Austria

(We reserve the right to change or adjust itinerary, restaurants and/or hotels due to seasonality or any other reasons without prior notice.)

  • Destination
  • Departure
  • Departure Time
    (2021) 12/23
  • Return Time
    (2022) 1/2
  • Dress Code
    Casual, comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and light jacket.
  • Included
    10 days Eastern Europe Enchanting Christmas & New Year Tour
  • Not Included
Day 1: Departure
Hometown ► Budapest, Hungary                                                                                                                                                                                                                      
Day 2: Adventure Beggins
Budapest (D: European Christmas Eve Feast) Hotel: Mercure Budapest Korona Hotel or similar                        
Day 3: Historical Tour
Budapest - Buda Castle District - Fisherman’s Bastion (admission included) - Matthias Church (admission included) - Heroes’ Square - Hungarian Parliament Building - Chain Bridge - Danube River Cruise (optional) - Szetendre (optional) (B/D: Hungarian traditional cuisine)
Hotel: Mercure Budapest Korona Hotel or similar
Buda Castle District: The Castle District in Budapest (the capital of Hungary) encompassed Castle Hill, the nerve centre of the city’s history and packed with Buda Castle, which is the historical castle and palace complex of the Hungarian kings, and many of the most important museums and major attractions.  
Fisherman’s Bastion: The panoramic viewing terrace with fairy tale towers in Budapest. Built in the 19th century, it served as fortification in Buda and was protected by the guild of the fishermen during the Middle Ages. Now it’s a must-visited attraction for the breathtaking scenic views of the Danube River, the opposite Parliament Building, layers of church towers, bridges, etc.
Danube River: The second longest river in Europe, originating in Black Forest, Germany and running through other nine countries. Along the River, the Byzantine Empire, the Roman Empire and the Austro-Hungarian Empire have flourished. Its brilliant historical background left behind countless cultural relics while blended with the gorgeous scenery along both sides.                      
Day 4: City Tour
Budapest - Auschwitz Concentration Camp (Poland) - Krakow (B/D) Hotel: DoubleTree by Hilton Krakow Hotel & Convention Center or similar   Auschwitz Concentration Camp: A complex of over 40 concentration and extermination camps operated by Nazi Germany in occupied Poland during World War II and the Holocaust. Over 1.1 million people died there. Recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, it taught a lesson from the horrifying history of the WWII. Krakow - Main Square - The Cloth Hall - St. Mary's Basilica - Wieliczka Salt Mine (optional) – Warsaw (B/D: Polish roasted duck with apples) Hotel: Warsaw Marriott Hotel or similar   The Cloth Hall: Dating to the Renaissance, it is one of Krakow’s most recognizable icons. It is the central feature of the Main Square in the historic Old Town, which since 1978 has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was once a major centre of international trade. During its golden age in the 15th century, the Hall was the source of a variety of exotic imports from the east – spices, silk, leather and wax – while Kraków itself exported textiles, lead, and salt from the Wieliczka Salt Mine.   St. Mary's Basilica: A brick Gotjic church in Krakow. Built in the 14th century, it’s 80 meters tall and famous for its wooden altarpiece carved by Veit Stoss. A trumpet signal is played every hour from the top of the St. Mary’s highest tower to commemorate a famous 13th century trumpeter who was shot in the throat while sounding the alarm before a Mongol attack on the city.   Wieliczka Salt Mine: As the largest salt mine in Europe and one of the oldest in the world, it excavated from the 13th century and continuously produced salt until 2007. It is now an official Polish historic monument and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, housing the most original shaffs and labyrinthine passageways, displays of historic salt-mining methods, and some chapels, statues, paintings and sculptures carved out of rock salt.                                                                                                                                                                                      
Day 5: Return
Day 6: Return



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