- From: 06/17/2019
- For: 33 days
- Landing in: London, United Kingdom
- Returning from: Berlin, Germany
London, United Kingdom
3 nightsMon. Jun 17-Thu. Jun 20
4 nightsThu. Jun 20-Mon. Jun 24
4 nightsMon. Jun 24-Fri. Jun 28
5 nightsFri. Jun 28-Wed. Jul 03
4 nightsWed. Jul 03-Sun. Jul 07
4 nightsSun. Jul 07-Thu. Jul 11
Prague, Czech Republic
4 nightsThu. Jul 11-Mon. Jul 15
4 nightsMon. Jul 15-Fri. Jul 19
3 nightsMon. Jun 17 - Thu. Jun 20
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.
4 nightsThu. Jun 20 - Mon. Jun 24
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.
A vast park in the heart of Amsterdam, full of statues and some eateries, as well as the perfect spot for a picnic or a jog.
The Nine Streets, Amsterdam
A lively and upbeat shopping district, lined with classy boutiques, colorful storefronts full of souvenirs, and a wealth of cosy cafes.
4 nightsMon. Jun 24 - Fri. Jun 28
Madrid is where ancient and old meet modern and cosmopolitan, where sightseeing, dancing, and shopping go hand in hand.
Prado Museum, Madrid
Spectacular enough to rival the Louvre, this museum is well-known for its revered art collection including best national artists.
Old Town, Madrid
Old Madrid offers a range of exploration from small charming residences, to elaborate mansions, to a number of churches.
National Archaeological Museum, Madrid
This must-see museum provides a comprehensive journey of prehistoric, Iberian, Visigothic, Muslim, and Christian cultures.
Reina Sofia National Art Museum, Madrid
Housed in an old hospital, this museum holds a most excellent collection of art by 20C Spanish artists.
El Escorial Monastery
This magnificent monasterial complex boasts a palace, a church, an ancient library, royal apartments, and many more historic gems.
Valley of the Fallen
A memorial dedicated to those who fell during the Spanish Civil War, covering over 3,360 acres of beautiful woodland.
Retiro Park, Madrid
This refreshing park is an oasis within Madrid, with peaceful tree groves, a lake for rowing, and enticing spots for solitude.
Temple of Debod, Madrid
Dating to the 2C, this ancient Egyptian temple was sent as a gift from Egypt to Spain and was rebuilt stone by stone in Madrid.
5 nightsFri. Jun 28 - Wed. Jul 03
A vibrant metropolis set on the Mediterranean Sea, famed for its brilliant architecture, rich culture, and captivating history.
Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
Recognized as the masterpiece of Antoni Gaudi, this incomplete church is an exquisite blend of Gothicism and Art Nouveau.
Gothic Quarter, Barcelona
In the heart of the city center, this historic quarter is full of Gothic architectural gems, as well as artifacts dating to the 4C.
Guell Park, Barcelona
A marvel of landscaping by Antoni Gaudi, this park blends lush gardens with architectural curios, and is full of whimsical statues.
Historic Center, Barcelona
The center remains the heart of Barcelona, combining historic sites and cultural monuments with cafes, shops, and fun activities.
Church of San Miguel Del Fai
Dating to the 11C, this cliffside monastery boasts Romanesque features and is surrounded by the breathtaking nature of the Cingles de Berti.
Santa Maria de Montserrat Abbey
A beautiful mountaintop abbey that offers breathtaking views over the whole of Catalonia, and houses a famed image of Black Madonna.
The Raval, Barcelona
Once the city's infamous Chinatown, today the neighborhood is best known for its nightlife and a myriad of diverse eateries.
Plaza del Rei, Barcelona
Located centrally in the Gothic Quarter, this cultural square is surrounded by some of Barcelona's most grand medieval buildings.
Passeig de Gracia, Barcelona
Walk down this major avenue, admiring fantastic architectural gems, browsing the various shops, and enjoying the local cafes.
Las Ramblas, Barcelona
Established in the 15C, this famous avenue is lively, colorful, and manic, with ever-changing commerce, nature, and celebrations.
4 nightsWed. Jul 03 - Sun. Jul 07
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.
Gellert Hill, Budapest
Overlooking the Danube river, this hill offers historical monuments, a noteworthy citadel, and striking views of the city.
One of the oldest zoos in the world, Budapest Zoo is located in a nature reserve and holds over a 1000 animal species.
4 nightsSun. Jul 07 - Thu. Jul 11
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.
Schonbrunn Palace, Vienna
The gorgeous Schonbrunn Palace is built in an ornate French style as an attempt to rival the famous Versailles Palace.
Liechtenstein Palace and Museum, Vienna
Surrounded by magnificent gardens, the Liechtenstein houses the vast private art collection of Prince Hans-Adam II.
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.
A 19C fairy-tale fort comprised of original castle sections scavenged from various European ruins, home to a local history museum.
State Opera House, Vienna
This impressive Renaissance style Opera House often features the most prestigious world-wide conductors and singers.
Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna
The Art Gallery located in the Academy of Fine Arts contains several Renaissance masterpieces and many Austrian paintings.
4 nightsThu. Jul 11 - Mon. Jul 15
The capital and the largest city in the Czech Republic, Prague boasts a magical cityscape, rich in history and culture.
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.
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.
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.
Adjacent to an earlier Zebrak Castle, this 14C hilltop complex is of Renaissance architecture and hosts a history museum.
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 nightsMon. Jul 15 - Fri. Jul 19
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.