Embark on an unforgettable journey through the cities of past empires on our captivating 10-day tour. From the charming streets of Zagreb to the grandeur of Vienna, the timeless beauty of Prague, the hidden gems of Bratislava, and the vibrant energy of Budapest, this adventure is a dream come true. Immerse yourself in history, culture, and architectural marvels as you explore these iconic destinations. Join us for 9 nights of discovery, where the echoes of ancient empires still resonate in the present.


10 days | 9 nights

Day 1: Zagreb

Arrive in Zagreb and transfer to the hotel.

Dinner and overnight stay in Zagreb.

Day 2: Zagreb

Morning sightseeing tour of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia.

We’ll take you through the Upper Town with its old nucleus – Kaptol and Gradec, reminiscent of Vienna. You’ll see the twin-spired St. Stephen’s Cathedral, St. Mark’s Church with its beautifully decorated roof, the open-air market, and down to the Lower Town, the center of Zagreb.

Dinner and overnight stay in Zagreb.

Day 3: Zagreb – Vienna (380 km)

Today we head to Austria, passing through Slovenia.

Upon arrival in Vienna, there will be a city tour. You’ll see the sumptuous Ring Boulevard with its magnificent buildings, the State Opera House, Emperor Franz Josef Hofburg Palace, the Parliament, City Hall, and the beautifully preserved Old Quarter with the famous St. Stephen’s Cathedral – places and buildings that will leave a lasting impression.

Dinner and overnight stay in Vienna.

Day 4: Vienna

Today you have free time to explore Vienna at your own pace. You can visit famous attractions such as the amusement park Prater with its giant Ferris wheel, the Spanish Riding School known for its trained Lipizzaner horses, or simply stroll along the beautiful Viennese streets with numerous tempting shops. Alternatively, you can relax in one of the famous cafeterias and watch the world go by.

Dinner and overnight stay in Vienna.

Day 5: Vienna – Prague (295 km)

In the morning, we bid farewell to Vienna and continue towards Prague. You’ll enjoy a pleasant trip through the verdant valleys of southern Bohemia with a short stop at the picturesque town of Trebon. Upon arrival in Prague.

Dinner and overnight stay in Prague.

Day 6: Prague

A city tour will reveal why Prague is considered one of Europe’s most beautifully preserved medieval cities and a former residence of Bohemian kings. You’ll visit Wenceslas Square, the Old Town with its famous square, Charles Bridge over the Vltava River, and the National Street, which will showcase some of Prague’s splendors.

Dinner and overnight stay in Prague.

Day 7: Prague – Bratislava (340 km)

From the Bohemian plateau to the Moravian Lowlands, with a short stop at Brno, which was Napoleon’s headquarters during the “Battle of the Three Emperors” at nearby Austerlitz. Then, we’ll travel along the Morava River to Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia.

Upon arrival, we’ll embark on a sightseeing tour of the city’s historic center, located beneath the massive medieval castle.

Dinner and overnight stay in Bratislava.

Day 8: Bratislava – Budapest (200 km)

Morning free until departure, as we travel through the wide valley of the Danube River and pass through historical border towns to Budapest.

Dinner and overnight stay in Budapest.

Day 9: Budapest

Situated on opposite banks of the Danube River, the former cities of Buda and Pest are linked by a series of graceful bridges. The morning city tour will include visits to sites such as the Hero’s Square with the Millennium Monument, the Parliament, Gellert Hill, and the Castle District, including Mathias Coronation Church and the Fisherman’s Bastion.

Dinner and overnight stay in Budapest.

Day 10: Budapest

Transfer to the airport for your return flight home.

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