- From: 10/08/2019
- For: 15 days
- Landing in: Kiev, Ukraine
- Returning from: Budapest, Hungary
2 nightsTue. Oct 08-Thu. Oct 10
1 nightThu. Oct 10-Fri. Oct 11
2 nightsFri. Oct 11-Sun. Oct 13
2 nightsSun. Oct 13-Tue. Oct 15
3 nightsTue. Oct 15-Fri. Oct 18
1 nightFri. Oct 18-Sat. Oct 19
3 nightsSat. Oct 19-Tue. Oct 22
2 nightsTue. Oct 08 - Thu. Oct 10
Ukraine's capital and its largest city, Kiev is a historic and culturally diverse metropolis full of theaters, museums, and more.
Kiev Pechersk Lavra
A historic cave monastery dating to the 11C, home to several churches, a bell tower, and one of Kiev's most significant museums.
St. Andrew's Church, Kiev
A marvelous baroque church dating to the 18C, full of fine ornamentation and boasting an elaborate three-tiered iconostasis.
Historic Center, Kiev
Stroll through the Slavic history of this center, where streets are full of assorted architecture, little cafes, and nice shops.
St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery, Kiev
Dating to the 12C, this complex hosts baroque churches and historic buildings, still baring some of its original Byzantine interior.
1 nightThu. Oct 10 - Fri. Oct 11
Purported to be a major city during the ancient Kievan Rus empire, Zhytomyr now offers several architectural gems and nice parks.
Sergei Korolev Astronautics Museum, Zhytomyr
A fun experience for all ages, this museum follows the fascinating history of space exploration through multimedia exhibitions.
Historic Center, Zhytomyr
Wander through the streets of this historic center, full of a characteristic Ukrainian charm, colorful buildings, and curious shops.
Gagarin Park, Zhytomyr
The perfect venture for a sunny day, this park offers lovely pathways, scenic landscapes, and a few rides for kids.
Zhytomyr Nature Museum
Providing a glimpse into the natural kingdom surrounding Zhytomyr , the museum exhibits geological, zoological, and historic items.
2 nightsFri. Oct 11 - Sun. Oct 13
Boasting a rich history dating to the 13C, this city is dotted with monuments, cathedrals, and nice architectural landmarks.
Historic Center, Rivne
Colorful and lively, Rivne's city center affords a nice stroll for its visitors, marked by lovely buildings, churches, and parks.
Amber Museum, Rivne
Set within Ukraine's only amber-process factory, this uncommon museum houses an impressive variety of amber stones and jewelry.
Church of the Assumption, Rivne
Traditionally constructed without a single nail, this old wooden church houses nice icons and offers a tranquil ambiance.
Church of St. Anthony, Rivne
Possessing a striking beauty, this 20C church has a turbulent history and now functions as a venue for regular organ recitals.
2 nightsSun. Oct 13 - Tue. Oct 15
One of Ukraine's most significant cultural hubs, Lviv features a great variety of architecture, museums, and theaters for any taste.
Market Square, Lviv
A square lined with historic buildings ranging from Renaissance to Rococo styles, boasting four fountains with Greek gods statues.
Lviv Theatre of Opera and Ballet
A 19C theater boasting Classical architecture with fine Baroque ornamentation, home to the municipal opera and ballet groups.
Lviv Beer Museum
Offering a tasting of fine Ukrainian beer, this museum is set in an 18C brewery and follows the history of local beer-making.
Historic Center, Lviv
Explore the abundance of fascinating monuments strewn throughout this city center, where you can find over 2,000 historic landmarks.
3 nightsTue. Oct 15 - Fri. Oct 18
A metropolis of cultural significance, Krakow preserves a multitude of historic and religious remnants dating all the way to the 7C.
Historic Center, Krakow
Discover the most famous Old Town in Poland - a medieval district rife with religious, cultural, and architectural wealth.
Wawel Castle and Cathedral, Krakow
A hilltop complex consisting of the 14C Royal Castle, the famed Cathedral, a treasury, an armory, and various excellent exhibits.
Czartoryski Museum and Library, Krakow
An 19C national museum housing valuable collections of 16C-19C paintings, cultural artifacts, antiquities, and craftsmanship.
Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology, Krakow
A cultural center housing rare 17C-19C Japanese woodblock prints, as well as rotating exhibitions pertaining to Asian heritage.
Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum
Memorializing over a million massacred in the largest Nazi death camp, the museum stands as a chilling testimony of human brutality.
Ojcow National Park
Poland's smallest national park is remarkably versatile, as it is home to a 1000 flora species, castles, caves, and rock formations.
1 nightFri. Oct 18 - Sat. Oct 19
With a rich variety of historic attractions, this city is boasts an array of architectures, as well as a certain European grace.
A hilltop citadel dating to the 13C, the castle merges architectural styles accumulated over 500 years and houses a historic museum.
Museum of Folk Architecture, Uzhhorod
Known for its 16C church, this open-air museum exhibits over 30 traditional architectural styles from around the Zakarpattia area.
Historic Center, Uzhhorod
Be pleasantly surprised as you explore the colorful streets of this historic center, visiting shops and cafes along your way.
Mustard Seed Lane, Uzhhorod
Favored by locals and frequent visitors, this picturesque lane offers a variety of shops, cafes, and lovely architectural curios.
3 nightsSat. Oct 19 - Tue. Oct 22
The capital of Hungary offers centuries of history and architecture, as well as surprising nightlife and culinary scenes.
Historic Center, Budapest
Wander through the Historic Center and enjoy architectural gems, local cuisine, and multitude of attractions.
Buda Castle, Budapest
The traditional dwelling of Hungary's kings, this Baroque-style palace complex is rife with history stretching back to the 13C.
Gellert Baths, Budapest
An elegant Art Nouveau bath complex known for its mineral hot springs water and wonderful spa treatments.
Hungarian Railway Museum, Budapest
The interactive railway museum holds over 100 vehicles, suffused with a nostalgic charm that draws in kids and adults alike.
Take a tour of Hungary's second-largest cave, known for its impressive stalactites, large chambers, and constant cool temperature.
Home to several interesting permanent exhibits, this elegant 17C palace was a favorite of Queen Elisabeth of Hungary.