7-Day Central Europe Tour from Frankfurt: Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Germany

7 Days

Join us for a 7-Day Central Europe Tour from Frankfurt. Breakfast daily. Sightseeing in Zurich, Lucerne, Salzburg, Vienna, Prague, and more.

7-Day Central Europe Tour from Frankfurt: Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Germany

Highlights

  • Central and Eastern Europe destinations
  • Visit Zurich and Lucerne
  • See Vaduz, Liechtenstein
  • Discover Salzburg and Vienna
  • Explore Prague and Budapest
  • Soak in the youthful vibes of Berlin

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Itinerary

Day 1: Frankfurt – Zurich – Lucerne

We depart for Zurich, a fascinating area, from Frankfurt at 8:00 am, offering beautiful natural scenery and an ideal place to relax. We are going to visit Grossmünster (outside), Zurich Lake and Bahnhof Lane. Then we will head to Luzern for the Chapel Bridge and Lion Monument sightseeing.

Day Trip to Lucerne and Mt. Titlis with a local from Zurich

Day 2: Lucerne – Liechtenstein – Munich

We’ll drive to Liechtenstein after breakfast, a small, wealthy country known for its beautiful scenery. We’ll go to Munich after visiting the Postmuseum / Museo de sellos. You will have the opportunity to visit Marien Platz and the New Town Hall.

Overnight accommodation at or near the German-Austrian border.

Appenzell and Liechtenstein Tour from Luzern

Day 3: Munich – Vienna

We’ll be heading to Vienna after breakfast at the hotel. With a reputation as the “Capital of Music,” Vienna is a world-famous cultural city and many musicians have spent the majority of their careers here. There are still their handwriting and musical scores in the museum. You may visit Schönbrunn Palace, Parlament, Stephansdom and Hofburg Palace (optional item).

Stay in Vienna or nearby overnight.

Private Scenic Transfer from Munich to Vienna with 4h of Sightseeing

Day 4: Vienna – Budapest

We will go to Pandorf Outlets for 1 hour after breakfast (which will be canceled on Sundays or holidays). Then travel to Budapest, one of the traditional representatives of the world urban landscape, “Paris in Eastern Europe”. Take a “Danube Cruise” (optional item) to visit Heldenplatz, Fisherman’s Bastion, Budapest Palace, and Matthias Church to explore the scenery on both sides.

Overnight stay in or close to Budapest.

Vienna to Budapest: Private Wine and Sightseeing Tour (One-Way Transfer)

Day 5: Budapest – Prague

We head to Prague, which is known as the “World Heritage” of the entire region, after breakfast at the hotel. We will visit the Cathedral of St. Vitus, Zlata Ulicka, Charles Bridge, and Prague Castle. We can then go to Prague Square and the Astronomical Clock in Prague.

Overnight stay in or close to Prague.

Private Van 7 Days Tour Prague - Cesky Krumlov - Vienna - Bratislava - Budapest

Day 6: Prague – Dresden – Berlin

We’re going to visit Dresden to see the Dresdner Frauenkirche, Semperoper Dresden and Dresdner Zwinger. Because of the mild climate, suitable location, and the beautiful Baroque architecture on the Elbe, Dresden has gained the name of “Florence on the Elbe”. Afterward, we will visit the Museum Island, the Berlin Wall, the Berliner Dom, and the Berliner Fernsehturm in Berlin.

Staying overnight in Berlin or nearby.

Private Full-Day Tour to Meissen and Dresden from Berlin

Day 7: Berlin – Frankfurt

We will begin our tour after breakfast in Berlin to visit the German Bundestag, the Brandenburg Gate, the Jewish Cemetery, etc. We will return to Frankfurt then.

Private Transfer from Berlin to Frankfurt with 2 Sightseeing Stops

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Itinerary

We depart for Zurich, a fascinating area, from Frankfurt at 8:00 am, offering beautiful natural scenery and an ideal place to relax. We are going to visit Grossmünster (outside), Zurich Lake and Bahnhof Lane. Then we will head to Luzern for the Chapel Bridge and Lion Monument sightseeing.
We'll drive to Liechtenstein after breakfast, a small, wealthy country known for its beautiful scenery. We'll go to Munich after visiting the Postmuseum / Museo de sellos. You will have the opportunity to visit Marien Platz and the New Town Hall. Overnight accommodation at or near the German-Austrian border.
We'll be heading to Vienna after breakfast at the hotel. With a reputation as the "Capital of Music," Vienna is a world-famous cultural city and many musicians have spent the majority of their careers here. There are still their handwriting and musical scores in the museum. You may visit Schönbrunn Palace, Parlament, Stephansdom and Hofburg Palace (optional item). Stay in Vienna or nearby overnight.
We will go to Pandorf Outlets for 1 hour after breakfast (which will be cancelled on Sundays or holidays). Then travel to Budapest, one of the traditional representatives of the world urban landscape, "Paris in Eastern Europe". Take a "Danube Cruise" (optional item) to visit Heldenplatz, Fisherman's Bastion, Budapest Palace and Matthias Church to explore the scenery on both sides. Overnight stay in or close to Budapest.
We head to Prague, which is known as the "World Heritage" of the entire region, after breakfast at the hotel. We will visit the Cathedral of St. Vitus, Zlata Ulicka, Charles Bridge, and Prague Castle. We can then go to Prague Square and the Astronomical Clock in Prague. Overnight stay in or close to Prague.
We're going to visit Dresden to see the Dresdner Frauenkirche, Semperoper Dresden and Dresdner Zwinger. Because of the mild climate, suitable location, and the beautiful Baroque architectures on the Elbe, Dresden has gained the name of "Florence on the Elbe". Afterwards, we will visit the Museum Island, the Berlin Wall, the Berliner Dom and the Berliner Fernsehturm in Berlin. Staying overnight in Berlin or nearby.
We will begin our tour after breakfast in Berlin to visit the German Bundestag, the Brandenburg Gate and the Jewish Cemetery, etc. We will return to Frankfurt then.