- From: 03/14/2019
- For: 50 days
- Landing in: Donetsk Oblast region, Ukraine
- Returning from: London, United Kingdom
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Canterbury, United Kingdom
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Leicester, United Kingdom
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London, United Kingdom
5 nightsSat. Apr 27-Thu. May 02
2 nightsThu. Mar 14 - Sat. Mar 16
Ukraine's second-largest city serves as the cultural, scientific, and industrial hub, offering museums, churches, and parks.
Historic Center, Kharkiv
Take a walk through the bustling city center of Kharkiv, lined with architectural gems, quaint cafes, and shops.
Gorky Park, Kharkiv
Escape the bustle of the city in this large park which boasts walking paths, an amusement park, live performances, playgrounds, and more.
Museum of Natural History, Kharkiv
With an impressive collection of over 250,000 items, this museum boasts exhibits of paleontology, geology, mineralogy, and more.
Annunciation Cathedral, Kharkiv
A lovely 19C cathedral boasting neo-Byzantine architecture, candy-striped facade, and fine ornamental interior.
2 nightsSat. Mar 16 - Mon. Mar 18
Initially a Cossack fortress, Sumy grew since the 17C to occupy a cultural position with an array of churches, museums, and more.
Historic Center, Sumy
You can't miss the fine Transfiguration Cathedral as you walk around the center, but make sure to visit one of Sumy's museums, too.
Saviour Transfiguration Cathedral, Sumy
Famed for its 56m tower that affords wonderful views of the area, the church is also a elegant amalgam of architectural styles.
Nikanor Onatsky Regional Art Museum, Sumy
A diverse museum, housing over 15,000 items of local and international origin in exhibits of art, sculpture, applied art, and more.
Troitsky Cathedral, Sumy
A fine sight with its azure copulas, the cathedral features a pillar formed out of rifle iron seized during the Russo-Turkish war.
4 nightsMon. Mar 18 - Fri. Mar 22
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.
Seiklar Rope Park
Spanning different rope course of varying difficulties, this adventure park promises a fun experience for all ages.
Grishko Central Botanical Garden, Kiev
Founded in 1936, this large botanical garden houses over 13,000 species of plant-life, and is especially notable for its lilacs.
St. Sophia's Cathedral, Kiev
Encompassing churches with rich frescoes and icons, this 11C religious complex boasts Ukrainian Baroque style with Byzantine traces.
St. Volodymyr's Cathedral, Kiev
A 19C cathedral boasting neo-Byzantine style, famed for its ornamental and detailed mosaics, frescoes, and a white marble iconostasis.
2 nightsFri. Mar 22 - Sun. Mar 24
A city with rich history, Lutsk offers its visitors churches, museums, a castle, monasteries, and a nice historic center.
Lubart's Castle, Lutsk
This castle dates to the 11C and is the site of many exciting historic events. Take a tour of the premises and its several museums.
Historic Center, Lutsk
Fall under the spell of this center, where cobbled streets curve away into quaint alleys, and lovely shops abound.
Volyn Icon Museum, Lutsk
Dedicated to the Volyn school of icon-crafting, this museum hosts over 100 items of remarkable artistry from the 16C-18C period.
Trinity Cathedral, Lutsk
Dating to the 18C and featuring fine Baroque architecture, this cathedral boasts an interesting past and a lovely gilt iconostasis.
2 nightsSun. Mar 24 - Tue. Mar 26
Once a Slav town, the history of Brest stretches to the 11C. Visit its monuments and museums, and be sure to see the famed fortress.
Dating to the 19C, Brest Fortress retains aspects of original pentacle-shaped fortification system and rich history.
Historic Center, Brest
Spend an afternoon exploring the pleasant nooks of this historic center, taking in the architectural diversity and the local color.
City Park, Brest
Brest's largest municipal park features amusement rides, two lakes, many rare tree species, and a tranquil atmosphere.
St. Nicholas Garrison Church, Brest
Located within the fortress compound, this 19C Byzantine-styled church has a rich history and hosts a fine seven-tiered chandelier.
2 nightsTue. Mar 26 - Thu. Mar 28
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.
Warsaw National Museum
One of Poland's largest museums houses collections of fine and applied art, by Classical, Polish, and international artists.
Royal Route, Warsaw
A remarkable boulevard, stretching for 4km and lined with significant historical monuments, palaces, churches, and more.
Lazienki Park, Warsaw
Centrally located and spanning 76ha, Warsaw's largest park seamlessly combines architectural gems with natural woodland charm.
3 nightsThu. Mar 28 - Sun. Mar 31
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.
2 nightsSun. Mar 31 - Tue. Apr 02
One of Poland's most colorful cities, Wroclaw is strewn with bridges, historic monuments, and plenty of multicultural charm.
Historic Center, Wroclaw
A treasure of brilliant architecture and vibrant spirit, this historic center offers a uniquely rich experience of Polish culture.
Royal Palace, Wroclaw
An 18C Baroque palace, housing the Wroclaw City Museum and its exceptional exhibits on history, interior design, and art.
Panorama of the Battle of Raclawice, Wroclaw
An enormous 19C cycloramic painting depicting the infamous 18C Battle of Raclawice, a significant triumph in Polish history.
Museum of Architecture, Wroclaw
The only museum of its kind in Poland, it traces the evolution of architecture, and houses an extensive collection of stained glass.
2 nightsTue. Apr 02 - Thu. Apr 04
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.
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.
Faithfully restored after bombing in WWII, this Baroque gem features a rococo pulpit, as well as the remains of numerous royals.
4 nightsThu. Apr 04 - Mon. Apr 08
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.
Natural History Museum, Berlin
A marvelous natural history museum, featuring a wealth of exhibits on paleontology, zoology, geology, and more.
A public parkland strewn with a variety of gardens from around the world, featuring traditional European and Asian landscaping.
Located in the suburbs of Berlin, stroll around this lake, enjoying the beautiful scenery and the historic buildings dotted around.
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.
2 nightsMon. Apr 08 - Wed. Apr 10
Founded in the 9C by Charlemagne, Magdeburg sits on the Elbe River and features a lovely mix of historic and modern architecture.
This Gothic cathedral, the oldest in Germany, is a must-see for its impressive architecture, art, and artifacts.
Historic Center, Magdeburg
The historic center is a lovely place to stroll, with many historical sites, as well as squares, cafes, and shops.
Monastery of Our Lady, Magdeburg
This 11C monastery is a Romanesque style complex and houses a highly regarded museum.
Harz National Park
Hike through the mountain range, explore the granite rock formations, and take in the gorgeous beauty of this national park.
2 nightsWed. Apr 10 - Fri. Apr 12
Known as a city of commerce, Hannover does not disappoint with endless opportunities for culture, history, and nature.
This immense Baroque park of gardens in various themes is all that remains of the Hannoverian Royal Palace, destroyed in WWII.
Historic Center, Hannover
Surrounded with timbered buildings, this town center is a welcoming neighborhood of cafes, shops, and many unique sites.
Wilhelm Busch Museum, Hannover
This museum is a delight, focusing on "the father of comics," as well as an impressive array of 19C and 20C illustrators.
Harz National Park
Hike through the mountain range, explore the granite rock formations, and take in the gorgeous beauty of this national park.
3 nightsFri. Apr 12 - Mon. Apr 15
An industrial and university city with a rich past, Bielefeld boasts a wealth of historic sites including a 13C castle.
Historic Center, Bielefeld
Wander through the historic center, admiring the old architecture and getting a feel for the Bielefeld of the past.
Sparrenberg Castle, Bielefeld
Dating to the 13C, Sparrenberg Castle is a major local landmark and a restored fortress whose major features date to the 16C-19C.
Old City Hall, Bielefeld
A beautiful old city hall built in 1904 with a unique combination of architectural styles, including Gothic and Renaissance.
A hilltop monument located within the beautiful Teutoburg Forest, commemorating a 9C Cherusci warlord and offering great hiking nearby.
Founded in the 17C, this elegant park is Europe's largest hillside park, with manicured gardens and lovely walking paths.
With every detail carefully handcrafted, this miniature village presents the wealth of Germanic historic architecture.
2 nightsMon. Apr 15 - Wed. Apr 17
Founded in the 1C, Cologne offers seemingly endless historical and cultural activities, all set in a modern-day atmosphere.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, construction on this Gothic masterpiece began in 1248 and took 600 years to complete.
Historic Center, Cologne
Explore this wonderful town, getting to know its rich history, and stopping in one of its lovely eateries.
Schnuetgen Museum, Cologne
Housed in a Romanesque church, this museum beautifully displays religious art and artifacts from medieval times.
Romano-Germanic Museum, Cologne
This museum houses a grand collection of antiquities from the 1C-4C, including artifacts from large mausoleums to unique glassware.
3 nightsWed. Apr 17 - Sat. Apr 20
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.
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.
Beguine Community, Amsterdam
Established in the 13C as a pseudo-monastic community, this complex boasts historic buildings and an lingering peaceful atmosphere.
Windmills of Kinderdijk
Erected in the 18C, these marvelous windmills are a significant piece of Netherlands' cultural history and are open to the public.
Het Loo Palace
Once the residence of Dutch royalty, this lavish palace now serves as a heritage museum, exhibiting original decor and fine art.
3 nightsSat. Apr 20 - Tue. Apr 23
Belgium's capital is the seat of the EU and boasts a metropolitan cultural diversity, many historic curiosities, and great museums.
Grand Place, Brussels
A wonderful square in the heart of the city, surrounded on all sides by historic buildings, including the Town Hall and a city museum.
Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Brussels
A must-see museum, this collection thoroughly covers the European masters from the 14C-20C. Visitors often stay for several hours.
Historic Center, Brussels
Get pleasantly lost in this fabulous historic center that takes you along cobbled streets to museums, homes, and historic sites.
Mont des Arts, Brussels
Built for the 1910 Universal Exposition, this area was revitalized to what today is a lovely district of museums and amazing city views.
Beautiful throughout the year, this forest is particularly spectacular in the spring when it is carpeted with millions of bluebells.
Grottoes of Folx-les-Caves
A massive channel of man-made caves with a rich history, these caves were used for hiding and protection as far back as Roman times.
2 nightsTue. Apr 23 - Thu. Apr 25
Dating to prehistoric times, Canterbury remains today a destination of "pilgrims" seeking history, culture, and fun.
Dating to the 6C, this 11C Gothic cathedral boasts a wealth of superb ornamentation, rich history, and architectural significance.
Historic Center, Canterbury
Explore streets saturated with history in the footsteps of Romans, Saxons, Normans, and countless pilgrims.
St. Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury
Founded in 598, this abbey now stands in ruins, but the impressive remnants bespeak of a rich history and cultural curios.
Heritage Museum, Canterbury
Located in a 12C building, this museum covers Canterbury's fascinating history, as well as a wealth of fun cultural collections.
2 nightsThu. Apr 25 - Sat. Apr 27
With an abundance of historic buildings, parks, architecture, shopping, and great cuisine, Leicester offers something for everyone.
Historic Center, Leicester
Stroll through the historic center of this vibrant city, enjoying the amazing historical buildings and 20C architecture.
University of Leicester Botanic Garden
A stunning large park, it is used for research and features beautiful gardens, sculptures, and Edwardian architectural curios.
New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, Leicester
Home to a wide range of collections, this museum boasts two full dinosaur skeletons as well as ancient artifacts and fine art.
Curve Theater, Leicester
Theater lovers must make sure to stop in Leicester's iconic Performing Arts Center, and enjoy a show in one of its lovely auditoria.
5 nightsSat. Apr 27 - Thu. May 02
Steeped in history and royalty, the English capital is considered to be one of the most progressive and exciting cities in the world.
Tower of London
Home to England's Crown Jewels, this 11C castle has served as a royal prison throughout its long and fascinating history.
National Gallery, London
Recognized as one of the leading art museums in the world, this 19C gallery houses superb masterpieces from mid-13C to the 20C.
Tate Britain, London
One of the leading museums in the country, this remarkable 19C gallery exhibits superb examples of British art from the 16C onwards.
British Museum, London
Immense in its size and wealth of exhibits, this must-see museum spans all cultures, tracing the turbulent history of the human race.
Boasting a history dating to the 12C, the current castle was heavily reconstructed in the 19C, but retains many historic artifacts.
Inspired by European gardens, this park was elegantly designed in the 18C around abbey ruins, a Gothic temple, and a grotto.
Royal Botanic Gardens, London
As well as being a leading botanical research center, these exquisite 18C gardens are home to over 30,000 of plant species.
Victoria and Albert Museum, London
With 425 galleries and over 4 million works spanning 5,000 years, this awe-inspiring museum is a treasure trove of history and art.
Westminster Abbey, London
A treasure trove of exquisite ornamentation and architectural genius, this abbey has served the British monarchs since the 10C.
Stretch 135m into the sky, this Ferris wheel features glass-enclosed pods and offers spectacular views over all of London.