Published on June 22, 2017 by IBMT
Something that tourists notice almost immediately about Europe is how close all of the countries are. To begin with, it means that traveling from country to country is both easy and quick – usually within a day and easily overnight. Probably the best thing about a central Europe tour is that it encompasses the best historical attractions overall. Tourists can really do a lot, see a lot, and experience a lot.
Central Europe Tour with Historical Attractions in Vienna, Prague, Budapest and Warsaw
Throughout central Europe, all of the spectacular cities are in close proximity – world renowned cities like Vienna, Prague, Budapest, and Warsaw. For those taking a central Europe tour with IBMT, it means visiting all of the best historical attractions in each of those cities. Indeed, each country has its own unique history and unique cultural qualities. Central Europe is truly a world of its own.
The travel experts at IBMT understand the importance of providing inclusive tour packages. And with a central Europe tour the variety of options will satisfy even the most seasoned tourist. With every tour package, IBMT focuses on the most famous cultural landmarks and the best historical attractions. This is one of the best ways to experience Europe firsthand – the history, the culture, and day-to-day life.
With IBMT, a central Europe tour incorporates superior accommodations, fabulous local cuisine, and organized toursof the best historical attractions. From the ancient streets of Prague to the grandiose palaces of Vienna, each day is filled with wonder. And with IBMT, every aspect of the tour is well organized, with nothing to worry about. The only thing left to do is enjoy the whole experience.
Nine Days – From Vienna to Warsaw
In Vienna, there is plenty of time to explore the city before meeting fellow travelers. Vienna sights includes the Hofburg Palace (Austro-Hungarian Empire), St. Stephen’s Cathedral, and other landmarks. Across the border to Budapest, another day of remarkable sightseeing, organized to the last detail. The next leg is the route to Krakow, winding through Slovakia and Poland. In Krakow, the historical sights include a visit to the Royal Cathedral, a walking tour through the Old Town, and free time to discover, shop, and relax. Finally, in Warsaw, touring includes the summer residence of the last King of Poland, the Palace of Science and Culture, and the Monument to the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto.
Ten Days – Prague, Vienna, and Budapest
In Prague, the highlights include the Prague Castle, the Cathedral of St. Vitus, and St. George’s Basilica. As well, a tour of the Old Town Square, the famous Jewish Quarter, and the remarkable Charles Bridge. Onwards to Vienna by motor coach to settle in, do some shopping, and have some coffee and pastry. Also, a guided tour of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, with the most outstanding collection of artwork, sculptures, and musical instruments. In Budapest, it’s an exploration of the so-called “Paris of the East”. Sightseeing tours include the former cities of Buda and Pest; Matthias Church; the Fisherman’s Bastion; and the Royal Palace. There is plenty of time to explore.
Thirteen Days – A European Panorama
Arrival in Vienna includes a welcome dinner for fellow travelers. Vienna touring encompasses the city’s imperial history and associated landmarks. The Budapest experience includes the Royal Palace, Fisherman’s Bastion, and Gellert Hill (with Citadel). In Krakow, a walking tour of the Old Town allows for both historical and cultural exposure. Moving on to Warsaw, touring includes the magnificent Castle Square, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and St. John’s Cathedral. Onwards to Berlin, to view the Reichstag, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, and other famous landmarks. In Prague, the amazing architecture and spanning bridges are a wonder to behold. There are countless historical highlights.