- From: 07/15/2021
- For: 24 days
- Landing in: Budapest, Hungary
- Returning from: Amsterdam, Netherlands
3 nightsThu. Jul 15-Sun. Jul 18
1 nightSun. Jul 18-Mon. Jul 19
3 nightsMon. Jul 19-Thu. Jul 22
Prague, Czech Republic
2 nightsThu. Jul 22-Sat. Jul 24
2 nightsSat. Jul 24-Mon. Jul 26
3 nightsMon. Jul 26-Thu. Jul 29
2 nightsThu. Jul 29-Sat. Jul 31
2 nightsSat. Jul 31-Mon. Aug 02
2 nightsMon. Aug 02-Wed. Aug 04
2 nightsWed. Aug 04-Fri. Aug 06
3 nightsFri. Aug 06-Mon. Aug 09
3 nightsThu. Jul 15 - Sun. Jul 18
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.
One of the oldest zoos in the world, Budapest Zoo is located in a nature reserve and holds over a 1000 animal species.
Buda Castle, Budapest
The traditional dwelling of Hungary's kings, this Baroque-style palace complex is rife with history stretching back to the 13C.
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.
Named for its blueish color, this famous mountain is popular for skiing in the winter and hiking in the summer.
1 nightSun. Jul 18 - Mon. Jul 19
Situated on the Tisza river, this lovely city offers fantastic architecture, great pedestrian areas, and a vibrant atmosphere.
Historic Center, Szeged
Venture into the heart of the city, full of eclectic architecture and wide squares perfect for an evening stroll.
Klauzal Square, Szeged
A famous square fashioned in clear classical lines, notable for several monuments and hedged with shops and cafes.
Mora Ferenc Museum, Szeged
Founded in the 19C, this renowned museum is home to temporary exhibits of all types of history and art, as well as a permanent research center.
Reok Palace, Szeged
This phenomenal instance of Art Nouveau architecture functions as an Arts Center, offering frequent exhibits and a theater venue.
3 nightsMon. Jul 19 - Thu. Jul 22
Vienna, the luxurious capital of Austria, has vibrant nightlife, contagiously joyful atmosphere and fascinating history.
Museum of Fine Art, Vienna
The Museum of Fine Art is home to one of the greatest collections of art in the world and exhibits many historical antiques.
Grinzing Heiligenstadt District, Vienna
Formerly focused on wine growing, this charming district offers delicious cuisine and a peaceful ambience.
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.
Danube-Auen National Park
Located in Lower Austria, this park is dedicated to preserving the ecosystem of meadows, forests, and wetlands along the Danube River.
Lake Neusiedl National Park
Comprised of pastures, meadows, salt-ponds, and highly varied flora, this national park is a treasure trove of Austrian nature.
2 nightsThu. Jul 22 - Sat. Jul 24
The capital and the largest city in the Czech Republic, Prague boasts a magical cityscape, rich in history and culture.
Historic Center, Prague
Stroll through the Old Town, admiring its spectacular historic architectures and soaking up the medieval atmosphere.
The world's largest castle complex dates to the 9C, featuring the stunning St. Vitus Cathedral, historic exhibits, and beautiful gardens.
Charles Bridge, Prague
Prague's most recognizable landmark, the monumental 14C stone bridge is dotted with magnificent statues, and its tower offers great views.
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.
2 nightsSat. Jul 24 - Mon. Jul 26
With rich history, vibrant nightlife, world-renowned cuisine, and amazing museums, there is something for everyone in Germany's capital.
Historic Center, Berlin
Get to know this amazing city, exploring its busy streets and admiring its wealth of historic architecture.
Brandenburg Gate, Berlin
Once part of the Berlin Wall, this 18C gate has been witness to Berlin's triumphs and misfortunes since its construction.
This district features cafes, shops, galleries, and courtyards and provides easy access to the neighboring New Synagogue.
Located in the Kreuzberg District, this street was once divided by Checkpoint Charlie and today features fun shops and cafes.
3 nightsMon. Jul 26 - Thu. Jul 29
With its narrow streets and golden domes, this unique city has a buzzing art scene, lively nightlife and heavenly food.
Historic Center, Salzburg
Stroll the city center and feel the authentic Austrian atmosphere, with historic buildings and winding narrow streets.
Hohensalzburg Castle, Salzburg
Situated on a hill overlooking the Salzach River, this large castle has many rooms to tour and a stupendous view of the Alps.
This terrace, perched high above the city, offers nice views of modern Salzburg, the ancient city center, and the evergreen Alps.
Narrowly built, but immensely popular, Getreidegasse street is lively and full of shops that need exploring.
Dachstein Ice Caves
Feel like you're in another world as you explore these incredible ice caves; don't forget to wear good shoes and warm clothes!
Eisriesenwelt Ice Cave
Stretching for over 42km, the world's largest ice cave consists of several successive chambers, boasting unique stone formations.
2 nightsThu. Jul 29 - Sat. Jul 31
Munich is a fabulous city, known for its rich history, culture, art, as well as modern amenities and great nightlife.
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.
English Garden, Munich
Set in the heart of the city, this lovely public park imitates the style of English landscaping and gardens.
Augustiner Brewery, Munich
With an illustrious brewing history dating to the 14C, Augustiner has established itself as one of the leading German beers.
2 nightsSat. Jul 31 - Mon. Aug 02
While commonly associated with the Third Reich, Nuremberg's history begins in the 11C, thus offering a wealth of varied sites.
One of the most impressive fortified castles in Europe, this 11C sandstone fortress is a superb example of medieval architecture.
Historic Center, Nuremberg
Enjoy exploring this medieval historic center, with its museums, churches, cafes and make sure to try some gingerbread.
National Museum, Nuremberg
Thousands of works are displayed here spanning numerous categories, from paintings and decorative arts to prehistoric artifacts.
Former Nazi Party Rally Grounds, Nuremberg
As a central point of the party's activities, these grounds offer a unique view into the history that led to such devastation.
2 nightsMon. Aug 02 - Wed. Aug 04
A major financial hub since the 16C, Frankfurt seamlessly combines modern skyscrapers with genuine historic charm.
Historic Center, Frankfurt
Wander through this amazing city, admiring the incredible modern buildings, set alongside timbered houses and historic sites.
Staedel Museum, Frankfurt
This museum is home to works by German and French masters such as Holbein, Van Eyck, Rubens, Renoir, Money, and many more.
This zoo is home to some 5,000 animals, an aviary, an exotarium, and a "night house."
Stroll through these lovely 19C gardens, admiring the elegant greenhouses and the abundance of lush verdure.
2 nightsWed. Aug 04 - Fri. Aug 06
Destroyed during WWII, Hamburg has retained its charm with its water landscapes, pristine parks, and upbeat spirit.
Historic Center, Hamburg
Close to the harbor, the historic center is a mix of modern buildings with historical houses, churches, and museums.
The world's largest warehouse district is uniquely home to elegant Neo-Gothic style buildings, as well as several museums.
Miniatur Wunderland, Hamburg
The world's largest model railway exhibit is constantly updated with new and interesting tracks.
Hagenbeck Zoo, Hamburg
Started by a fishmonger in 1863, this zoo was the first to take animals out of cages and keep them in natural panoramic habitats.
3 nightsFri. Aug 06 - Mon. Aug 09
The Dutch capital retains its medieval charm along with historic buildings, rich culture, its iconic canals, and charming streets.
A stunning world-renowned national museum with a focus on art and history, hosting a massive collection of artifacts and artwork.
Old Side District, Amsterdam
The oldest section of the historic center, the district is a jumble of winding lanes, small canals, history, and glowing windows.
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Dedicated to modern and contemporary art, as well as design, this fine museum hosts nearly 100,000 items from Impressionism to Pop Art.
Historic Center, Amsterdam
Stroll along the iconic canals and streets, taking in the city's atmosphere, or head out to explore Amsterdam's thriving nightlife.
The Hoge Veluwe National Park
Alternative between dunes and sprawling heather, this national park is known for its scenery, left in its wake by the last Ice Age.
Windmills of Kinderdijk
Erected in the 18C, these marvelous windmills are a significant piece of Netherlands' cultural history and are open to the public.