- From: 07/29/2019
- For: 14 days
- Landing in: Munich, Germany
- Returning from: Budapest, Hungary
1 nightMon. Jul 29-Tue. Jul 30
1 nightTue. Jul 30-Wed. Jul 31
2 nightsWed. Jul 31-Fri. Aug 02
Prague, Czech Republic
4 nightsFri. Aug 02-Tue. Aug 06
2 nightsTue. Aug 06-Thu. Aug 08
3 nightsThu. Aug 08-Sun. Aug 11
1 nightMon. Jul 29 - Tue. Jul 30
Munich is a fabulous city, known for its rich history, culture, art, as well as modern amenities and great nightlife.
Alte Pinakothek, Munich
Founded in the 16C, this museum is one of the oldest in the world and boasts a collection of European paintings from the 14CC-18C.
Historic Center, Munich
This historic center is a fabulous meeting place, particularly when the workday ends and the locals are out for an evening stroll.
Deutsches Museum, Munich
With more than a day's worth of exhibits to explore, this interactive museum traces science and technology since 1925.
Bavarian National Museum, Munich
This museum features a comprehensive collection of Bavarian art and artifacts from the Romanesque to the Renaissance periods.
1 nightTue. Jul 30 - Wed. Jul 31
Travel back in time in this magical city, where visitors flock to admire its beautifully preserved medieval architecture.
Walk along the remarkably well preserved medieval ramparts which still feature several of their gates and towers.
Historic Center, Rothenburg
Explore the past throughout this atmospheric historic center, stopping at a cafe for Schneeballen.
St. James' Church, Rothenburg
When visiting this 14C church, don't miss the 16C "Holy Blood" altarpiece among the numerous other significant artifacts.
Combine sightseeing and shopping on this lively street of mansions and boutiques.
2 nightsWed. Jul 31 - Fri. Aug 02
Despite heavy bombing during WWII, still evident today, Dresden is an exquisite Baroque-laden city with wonderful attractions.
Historic Center, Dresden
The market square is central to the historic center, charmingly rebuilt following its destruction in WWII.
Zwinger Palace, Dresden
This phenomenal Baroque palace is home to several museums, as well as sprawling elegant grounds to explore.
Faithfully restored after bombing in WWII, this Baroque gem features a rococo pulpit, as well as the remains of numerous royals.
Saxon State Opera House, Dresden
Rebuilt according to its original design after an 1869 fire, this unique building is regarded as one of the most beautiful in Europe.
4 nightsFri. Aug 02 - Tue. Aug 06
The capital and the largest city in the Czech Republic, Prague boasts a magical cityscape, rich in history and culture.
Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia, Prague
Founded in the 13C, the convent is of wonderful Gothic architecture, featuring historic chapels and a rich exhibit of ecclesiastical art.
Old New Synagogue, Prague
The oldest functioning synagogue in Europe dates to the 13C, boasting Gothic architecture and a well-preserved historic decor.
Jewish Museum, Prague
Spanning several historic synagogues, this wonderful museum traces the history of Czech Jewry, exhibiting Judaica, books, and other artifacts.
Historic Center, Prague
Stroll through the Old Town, admiring its spectacular historic architectures and soaking up the medieval atmosphere.
Featuring historic artifacts, periodic decor, and a wonderful thematic tavern, this neo-Renaissance castle is a nice day-trip option.
Established in the 12C and known throughout history for its silver industry, the beautiful town is full of superb historic buildings.
Golden Lane, Prague
Part of the Prague Castle complex, the 16C street consists of tiny colorful houses, featuring gift shops, a few museums, and a medieval air.
The world's largest castle complex dates to the 9C, featuring the stunning St. Vitus Cathedral, historic exhibits, and beautiful gardens.
2 nightsTue. Aug 06 - Thu. Aug 08
Vienna, the luxurious capital of Austria, has vibrant nightlife, contagiously joyful atmosphere and fascinating history.
Hofburg Palace, Vienna
Hofburg Palace has a multitude of popular cafes, charming squares, and three separate museums each with international standing.
Historic Center, Vienna
Take a day to stroll along the elegant streets of Vienna as you take in its pleasant character and celebrated Austrian heritage.
St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna
St Stephen's Cathedral is an ancient symbolic monument in Vienna, well known for its elegantly carved stonework walls.
Commissioned by Eugene of Savoy, these two luxurious palaces are linked by a formal garden and now house many famous works of art.
3 nightsThu. Aug 08 - Sun. Aug 11
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.
Aquincum Museum and Ruins, Budapest
Once the capital of a Roman province, this archaeological park holds remains of ancient settlements, including two amphitheaters.
Hungarian National Museum, Budapest
The National Museum houses collections that trace the history of the Carpathian Basin dwellers, Hungarians and Transylvanian alike.
Buda Castle, Budapest
The traditional dwelling of Hungary's kings, this Baroque-style palace complex is rife with history stretching back to the 13C.
The former seat of Hungarian royalty and central to Hungary's Roman Catholicism, this northern town exudes charm and history.
Gorsium Archaeological Park
Travel back in time as you explore this remarkable archaeological park, home to Roman ruins from the 1C.