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East Meets West

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  • Next stop, Budapest
  • I Am Amsterdam
  • Brandenburg Gate, Berlin
  • EEMEHL East Meets West

<p>Take a lateral tour across the heart of Europe mixing the grandeur of the East with the classics of the West. Our introduction to the romanticism of Eastern Europe begins in beautiful Budapest. We then fall for the charm of Krakow and the Gothic glories of stunning Prague before we traverse the continent’s former ideological divide and head west. After being seduced by the trendiness of modern Berlin and joining the party in pulsating Amsterdam, you will leave with a continent’s worth of memories and experiences to last a lifetime.</p>

  • Day 1: Budapest, Hungary

    Hello, twin cities: Buda and Pest. Meet your group today. Check out Hero's Square, Parliament House, the National Palace, Fisherman's Bastion and swanky Andr&aacute;ssy Ave. After gorging on cabbage rolls and dumplings, roll into bed. <br /> <br /> Meals:<br /> -Dinner

  • Day 2: Budapest

    Free day = Put down your Rubik's Cube and take on a city with enough baroque, neoclassical and art nouveau architecture to keep you puzzled for hours. Top tip: goulash is a MUST. Hot and dangerous (in a good way) this dish is the definition of &lsquo;Hungary&rsquo;. Slurp your way through away a big ol&rsquo; bowl of slow-cooked meat and spiced goodness. Did we mention it&rsquo;s ah-maze? <br /> <br /> Meals:<br /> -Breakfast

  • Day 3: Budapest to Vienna, Austria via Bratislava, Slovakia

    Catch ya Budapest. Today we roll onwards to Vienna - but first, pit stop via Bratislava, Slovakia. Later, pick your Baroque from Rococo as we slide into The City of Dreams (kudos, Freud)! The Vienna Orchestra provides the soundtrack while we check out Europe's classiest capital. Wave hallo to the President as we go past the Hofburg Palace. And because one palace isn't enough, we also take peek at the Schonbrunn. Top off your day with a schnitzel and apple strudel if you can find one. <br /> <br /> Included today:<br /> -Walking tour of Bratislava<br /> -Driving tour of Vienna<br /> <br /> Meals:<br /> -Breakfast<br /> <br /> Optional activities:<br /> -Viennese Chamber Orchestra<br /> -Orchestra with dinner

  • Day 4: Vienna to Krakow, Poland

    Onto gothic Krakow to meet a fire-breathing dragon and devour all the pierogi. Legend has it a dragon had to be smited in order for Krakow to be built (with a sulphur-stuffed lamb as bait). <br /> <br /> Included today:<br /> -Krakow walking tour<br /> <br /> Meals:<br /> -Breakfast

  • Day 5: Krakow

    Miraculously untouched by the effects of war, this city boasts some serious Middle Ages swag and another quaint Old Town neighbourhood. Tonight: check in, scarf down and snooze.<br /> <br /> Meals:<br /> -Breakfast

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