14-Day Eastern Europe Tour from Munich: Germany – Slovenia – Croatia – Hungary – Slovakia

14 Days

Take the ultimate Eastern Europe tour from Munich to Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Slovakia, Austria, and more!

14-Day Eastern Europe Tour from Munich: Germany – Slovenia – Croatia – Hungary – Slovakia

• Germany
• Austria
• Hungary
• Czech Republic
• Slovenia
• Bosnia & Herzegovina
• Croatia
• Serbia
• Slovakia

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Day 1: Munich

Great to see you in Munich!

Today you will begin your tour of Eastern Europe as you land in the city and then pick up the keys to your first night’s hotel on your own to take you to your first location. Wait until you meet your fellow travelers and then go into Munich.

Munich offers both both a touch of sophistication and cosiness for the highly adventurous person, as well as livability for those who appreciates comfort. Designer malls and BMW showrooms exist alongside fast-paced industrial areas. Even with all its sophistication, there is something undeniably delightful about Munich.

Get to know your fellow explorers over a German food and beer tonight, as we learn about traditional German customs tonight. Prost!

Day 2: Munich – Salzburg – Ljubljana

Today, we set out from Munich and move to Ljubljana, the Slovenian capital.

We will arrive in Salzburg by way of Austria on our way. Seeking perfection of form, Salzburg is the town of Amadeus Mozart – you might pick up a trace of his genius!

Bled will be our stopover for photos. I’m encircled by the rugged and scenic Julian Alps on all sides, and overlooked by medieval Bled Castle on the north shore, so I’ve got to make my escape by jumping in this lake.

We’ll start to explore the jewel of a city in Ljubjubljana once we get to the airport. You may be surprised to learn that the small port of Ljubljana harbours cultures, interests. overlooking, you will be adorned by sweeping views of the city of Lubljana Castle, which was built in the 16th century.

After dinner, go on an evening stroll and enjoy yourself!

Day 3: Plitvice Lakes – Seget Donji

As we cross the border into Croatia, we’ll head straight to one of Europe’s most stunning natural landscapes: the world-famous Plitvice Lakes National Park.

It is quite interesting to spend time wandering along the boardwalks in Croatia’s best national park and take in the astonishing beauty of its natural landscape. Abundantounded with waterfalls, lush vegetation, and brimming with numerous lakes, this is one of the most photogenic locations along the tour.

Once we’ve received the entire eyeful, we plan to go to our hotel in a beach resort in Split to unwind and take lots of photos.

Day 4: Split – Dubrovnik

We’ll then travel to Split, where you’ll have time to take a long stroll throughout the historic area, which includes everything from the vast Diocletian Palace.

Then we’ll arrive in Dubrovnik, where you’ll be guided through the streets of Old Town by a local tour guide. Listen as they tell you stories about the region’s maritime past, which dates back to the Middle Ages.

Churches, monasteries, fountains, and museums make up a tapestry of magnificent architecture. Learn about the city’s heritage while strolling through the marble avenues, walking along the ancient city walls, or dining in one of the many charming restaurants.

You have plenty of time to explore, so don’t hurry – the next day is yours to do as you like!

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Day 5: Dubrovnik

Put in some time to find out all that the city has to offer. the majority of the most of the main attractions are located within the ramparts of the city’s ancient walls. It’s simple to find your way around the town of Dubrovnik.

What are the most beautiful sights to see from Old Town and the islands? The views from the cable car at Mount Srd are exceptional, and I’d recommend going up the mountain for a nice photo of a sunset or two.

An expedition to other locations will appeal to those who wish to go deeper into the recesses of the world (own expense). One should plan an entire day to visit Europe’s lesser-known destinations to really get a feel for them.

Day 6: Dubrovnik – Sarajevo

Traveling across the border, we will pass through Bosnia and Herzegovina, stopping in the spectacular Balkan town of Mostar.

While Roman, Greek, and Ottoman relics grace this beautiful and intriguing town, beautiful and intricate town, there are churches here as well, filling it to the brim with religious architecture and history.

We’ll be coming to the City of in later, known as the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina: It has returned from near-extinction in the 1990s, and is now lauded for its multi-cultural diversity. During the tour, you’ll be introduced to the troubled history of the city, helping you comprehend today’s issues.

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Day 7: Sarajevo – Belgrade

Saying goodbye to Sarajevo, we will make our way to the Serbian capital of Belgrade, where we will take a city tour to introduce you to its rich culture and history.

Fascinating place, Belgrade is exuberant in its many architectural contrasts: socialist blocks juxtaposed with more flamboyant architecture. Belgrade is where the river Sava meets the Danube. Knez Mihailova is a pedestrian street, flanked by historic buildings, with many great cafés.

Day 8: Belgrade – Budapest

We’re heading north towards Hungary, following a short stop at Novi Sad, which boasts all the best and no stress of the bigger cities of Serbia.

We’re going to spend the rest of the day in the capital, Budapest. Blessed with natural beauty beside the Danube, as well as baroque, neoclassical and art nouveau architecture, this is the place to be.

Our city tour gives you a clear overview of the city’s diverse and historic past. Starting on the Pest side of the Danube, we’re going across the river, stopping at Fisherman’s Bastion for spectacular views of the city and the river below. We’ll also see the Houses of Parliament as we drive along the river to admire the city – take note of the sights to revisit on your free day.

Belgrade, Serbia

Day 9: Budapest

This is your chance to get up close and personal with Budapest because the traces of the past are evident in interesting and unusual details.

Look at the remains of the Second World War as well as the 1956 revolt. Try Hungarian food – it’s so much more than just goulash. Sample world famous wines and soak the bones of your fatiguing walkers in one of the bathhouses of the city, which since roman times have made Budapest famous for.

Then perhaps a night’s walk along the Danube catches the sunset.

Day 10: Budapest – Bratislava – Vienna

We will be going from Budapest to Vienna and stop in Bratislava for a short time.

Upon arrival in Vienna we will take a tour through the city, consistently classified as one of the liveliest cities in the world. Few towns show such a splendor, cultural and historic at the same time as a progressive, modern town.

Day 11: Vienna – Mathausen – Prague

Our journey will take us today to Prague, which is one of Europe’s most hidden gems – but not until we enter the darker history of Europe.

We will visit the concentration camp in Mauthausen, a labor camp that killed hundreds of thousands of political prisoners in the Second World War.

In Český Krumlov, we will also stop for comfort. With the rich Renaissance and Baroque architecture, Český Krumlov is often thought of as a sort of mini-Prague, blessed with a spectacular castle.

Then we come to Prague, where we’re going to take a guided walk tour. Prague has joined other urban gems to become one of Europe’s fascinating destinations since it liberated itself from Communism. This is also the origin of some of the finest beers in Europe, famous for its art, architectura, paved streets and ancient chapels.

Your local tour guide will proudly take you through the old town, the Primace Palace, the Slovak National Theatre, and the Main Square through the historic streets of Prague.

Day 12: Prague

Take the time now to explore some of the attractions you have seen on your walking tour.

Experience local cuisine, including the lovely and varied beers, visit art galleries, admire the strange and witty sculptures decorating the public spaces of the town, and enjoy the upbeat of Gothic and Baroque architecture.

The most important highlights of the day can be the majestic Prague Castle, the famous Charles Bridge (this is also a magnificent night view from the bridge), the ‘Old City’ and the Jewish Quarter. In Old Town Square, the astronomical clock is a ‘must see’ – the complicated puppetry and show that take place every day and night attract hundreds of people.

For those who want to put a sign on the city, why not visit the legendary Lennon Wall – John Lennon’s tribute and words of peace to which the thousands of visitors to the city add every day.

Day 13: Prague – Nuremberg – Munich

Today, our journey will come to an end as we return to Munich but not before stopping in Nuremberg for comfort. The second biggest city in Bavaria, Nuremberg boasts unbelievalable architecture, carefully restored after the WWII bombings using the original stone.

You’re back in Munich last night to enjoy the fitness you saw. Relax in your hotel, meet your new friends on a go-go dinner tour or perhaps return to one of the beer halls which so warmly welcomed you at the start of your adventure.

Day 14: Munich

After breakfast, the tour ends today. Before traveling home, do not forget to swap details with your travel colleagues!

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