- From: 09/07/2019
- For: 22 days
- Landing in: Bavaria region, Germany
- Returning from: Lithuania
1 nightSat. Sep 07-Sun. Sep 08
1 nightSun. Sep 08-Mon. Sep 09
2 nightsMon. Sep 09-Wed. Sep 11
1 nightWed. Sep 11-Thu. Sep 12
2 nightsThu. Sep 12-Sat. Sep 14
Prague, Czech Republic
4 nightsSat. Sep 14-Wed. Sep 18
4 nightsWed. Sep 18-Sun. Sep 22
1 nightSun. Sep 22-Mon. Sep 23
2 nightsMon. Sep 23-Wed. Sep 25
1 nightWed. Sep 25-Thu. Sep 26
2 nightsThu. Sep 26-Sat. Sep 28
1 nightSat. Sep 07 - Sun. Sep 08
Founded over 2,000 years ago, this ancient city is the largest on the Romantic Route, and is known for its historic charm.
Historic Center, Augsburg
Wander through this ancient city, soaking in millennia of history through the architecture, culture, and people.
Founded in 1516 by the Fugger family, this walled area is Germany's oldest social housing complex, and it is still in use today.
A unique combination of Romanesque and Gothic architecture, this lovely cathedral is home to Germany's oldest stained glass windows.
St. Ulrich's and St. Afra's Abbey, Augsburg
Dedicated to the patron saints of the city, this former Benedictine abbey dates to the 14C and houses the crypt of its namesakes.
1 nightSun. Sep 08 - Mon. Sep 09
Uniquely spread over seven hills, each topped with a church, much of this beautiful town is an officially UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Historic Center, Bamberg
Stroll through this amazing town, known for it preserved architecture and historic charm.
This 13C cathedral features an elegant mixture of Romanesque and Gothic architecture, and houses a collection of art and artifacts.
Basilica of the Fourteen Holy Helpers, Bamberg
A place of pilgrimage since the 15C, the church itself dates to the 18C and is known as one of Germany's finest baroque buildings.
Retaining large sections of its original Romanesque complex, this 13C castle features a historical exhibit and a nearby rock garden.
2 nightsMon. Sep 09 - Wed. Sep 11
The picturesque Fuessen, on the banks of the Lech River, is a small fairytale town with its surrounding mountains and High Castle.
Historic Center, Fussen
Admire the fortifications and towers encircling the historic center as you explore this magical city.
This castle beats the Disney copy in every way, from its spectacular interior to the incredible views.
Known for its extravagant interior, this 19C castle was built bu Ludwig II as a hunting palace for Bavarian royals.
Munich is a fabulous city, known for its rich history, culture, art, as well as modern amenities and great nightlife.
1 nightWed. Sep 11 - Thu. Sep 12
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.
Narrowly built, but immensely popular, Getreidegasse street is lively and full of shops that need exploring.
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.
2 nightsThu. Sep 12 - Sat. Sep 14
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.
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.
Grinzing Heiligenstadt District, Vienna
Formerly focused on wine growing, this charming district offers delicious cuisine and a peaceful ambience.
4 nightsSat. Sep 14 - Wed. Sep 18
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.
Astronomical Clock, Prague
A must-see stop on any traveler's visit, this 15C astronomical clock with its animated hourly show has become symbolic of the city.
The world's largest castle complex dates to the 9C, featuring the stunning St. Vitus Cathedral, historic exhibits, and beautiful gardens.
National Museum, Prague
Home to over 14 million objects and artifacts, this museum's collections encompasses history, science, art, music, and other fields.
This 14C castle is definitely worth the uphill climb, as it offers beautiful views, historic exhibits, gorgeous decor, and more.
Featuring historic artifacts, periodic decor, and a wonderful thematic tavern, this neo-Renaissance castle is a nice day-trip option.
Jewish Museum, Prague
Spanning several historic synagogues, this wonderful museum traces the history of Czech Jewry, exhibiting Judaica, books, and other artifacts.
Charles Bridge, Prague
Prague's most recognizable landmark, the monumental 14C stone bridge is dotted with magnificent statues, and its tower offers great views.
4 nightsWed. Sep 18 - Sun. Sep 22
With rich history, vibrant nightlife, world-renowned cuisine, and amazing museums, there is something for everyone in Germany's capital.
Brandenburg Gate, Berlin
Once part of the Berlin Wall, this 18C gate has been witness to Berlin's triumphs and misfortunes since its construction.
Gemaldegalerie (Picture Gallery), Berlin
This museum brings together Berlin's collection of artworks by masters such as Van Eyck, Rubens, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, and more.
Historic Center, Berlin
Get to know this amazing city, exploring its busy streets and admiring its wealth of historic architecture.
This district features cafes, shops, galleries, and courtyards and provides easy access to the neighboring New Synagogue.
A public parkland strewn with a variety of gardens from around the world, featuring traditional European and Asian landscaping.
About 1 hour south of Berlin, this protected forest is worth a visit for its remarkable nature and unique culture.
Located in the Kreuzberg District, this street was once divided by Checkpoint Charlie and today features fun shops and cafes.
Egyptian Museum, Berlin
This must-see museum holds a wealth of treasure, such as the bust of Nefertiti, artifacts from temples and graves, and much more.
1 nightSun. Sep 22 - Mon. Sep 23
A lively city serving as the region's capital, famous for its hectic history, opulent marketplaces, and thriving nightlife.
Historic Center, Poznan
Wander through the streets of this Old Town center both day and night, and you will be swept away by its dynamic atmosphere.
Imperial Castle, Poznan
A neo-Romanesque castle erected in 1910, now a thriving cultural center, housing art galleries, a cinema, pubs, and restaurants.
Poznan Croissant Museum
Set in a historic building, this interactive museum presents local history through the making of traditional St. Martin Croissants.
Poznan Town Hall
This 13C Renaissance building houses a local history museum, and is famed for a pair of clashing mechanical goats.
2 nightsMon. Sep 23 - Wed. Sep 25
The capital of Poland is also its largest city, functioning as an important political, cultural, and financial center.
Historic Center, Warsaw
The Old Town and New Town make up this historic center, rebuilt post-WWII and now constituting an extraordinary cultural hub.
Royal Route, Warsaw
A remarkable boulevard, stretching for 4km and lined with significant historical monuments, palaces, churches, and more.
Warsaw National Museum
One of Poland's largest museums houses collections of fine and applied art, by Classical, Polish, and international artists.
Palace of Culture and Science, Warsaw
Poland's tallest building offers theaters, museums, and a stunning view of the city, as well as a fine example of Soviet architecture.
1 nightWed. Sep 25 - Thu. Sep 26
The largest city in northeastern Poland offers centuries-old history, a wealth of museums, architectural curios, and lush parks.
Historic Center, Bialystok
Venture into the ancient heart of this regional capital, immersing yourself in its history and easy charm.
Church of the Holy Spirit, Bialystok
Uniquely designed, Poland's largest Orthodox church boasts exquisite murals, lush frescoes, and the tallest iconostasis in Poland.
St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, Bialystok
A Renaissance redbrick basilica with twin Gothic spires, featuring several mausoleums in honor of 18C Polish nobility.
Jewish Heritage Trail, Bialystok
A walking route passing significant Jewish sites, trail-blazed by university students in memory of the city's Jewish heritage.
2 nightsThu. Sep 26 - Sat. Sep 28
Lithuania's capital and largest city offers a grand variety of historic landmarks, as well as a splendid array of architectural gems.
Historic Center, Vilnius
Discover one of Europe's largest medieval Old Towns, where the architectural diversity is complemented by the intricate history.
Spread across 15 courtyards, ancient buildings, and a tower with the best city views, this gorgeous campus is not to be missed.
National Museum of Lithuania, Vilnius
A great museum located in several historic buildings, housing exhibits of Lithuanian history, archaeology, ethnography, and more.
Vilnius Castle Complex
Set on the Gediminas, this complex is comprised of several historic landmarks, among them two castles, arsenals, and a tower.