- From: 09/29/2019
- For: 12 days
- Landing in: Munich, Germany
- Returning from: Salzburg, Austria
1 nightSun. Sep 29-Mon. Sep 30
2 nightsMon. Sep 30-Wed. Oct 02
Plitvicka Jezera, Croatia
2 nightsWed. Oct 02-Fri. Oct 04
1 nightFri. Oct 04-Sat. Oct 05
1 nightSat. Oct 05-Sun. Oct 06
2 nightsSun. Oct 06-Tue. Oct 08
2 nightsTue. Oct 08-Thu. Oct 10
1 nightSun. Sep 29 - Mon. Sep 30
Munich is a fabulous city, known for its rich history, culture, art, as well as modern amenities and great nightlife.
English Garden, Munich
Set in the heart of the city, this lovely public park imitates the style of English landscaping and gardens.
Botanical Gardens, Munich
This 21-ha park is a paradise of flora with more than 16,000 species from numerous habitats.
This 18C hunting lodge is a beautiful rococo mansion on the grounds of Nymphenburg Castle.
Hellabrunn Zoo, Munich
One of Europe's best zoos, this zoological garden dates to 1911, hosting a rich population of birds, aquariums, and other attractions.
2 nightsMon. Sep 30 - Wed. Oct 02
Home to several historic and recreational attractions, this picturesque town is situated next to a glacier lake of the same name.
Located in the middle of Lake Bled, the island is home to several buildings, including the iconic Church of the Assumption.
Pustolovski Park, Bled
A climbing park located high in the trees, featuring different level climbing courses that are fun for both adults and children.
A small lookout hill with stunning views, perfect for hiking in the summertime and various winter-sports in the winter.
Situated on a cliff overlooking the city, this fairytale castle dates to the 11C, retaining many of its original structures.
2 nightsWed. Oct 02 - Fri. Oct 04
A small town, mostly known for being a sleeping destination for travelers who want to explore the Plitvice Lakes Park more thoroughly.
Town Center, Plitvicka Jezera
While there is little to do in the town itself, you can always grab some lunch or stock up before your visit to the famous lakes.
Plitvice Lakes National Park
Croatia's largest national park is famous for its 16 lakes and an extremely diverse collection of flora and fauna.
Paklenica National Park
Encompassing two major karst canyons, this national park includes impressive cliffs favored by climbers and stunning waterfalls.
Sjeverni Velebit National Park
A breathtaking limestone mountain range, the Bijele and Samarske Stijene feature untouched and challenging hiking trails.
1 nightFri. Oct 04 - Sat. Oct 05
The fourth largest city in the country, Kranj offers some interesting historic landmarks, quaint streets, and nearby nature.
Historic Center, Kranj
Wander through this charming town, and enjoy the mixture of European and Mediterranean cultures.
Kieselstein Castle, Kranj
Today, this stunning 13C castle houses a museum as well as a Natural and Cultural Heritage Center.
Slovenia's second longest cave system is a huge web of karst caves, created by the Pivka River and stretching for over 24km.
The largest lake in Slovenia is situated in the Bohinj Valley of the Julian Alps, and is surrounded by breathtaking mountains.
1 nightSat. Oct 05 - Sun. Oct 06
A small village on the historical peninsula jutting into Lake Balaton, rich with architectural and natural points of interest.
Baratlakasok Hermit's Place, Tihany
A medieval Greek Orthodox hermit colony carved into a rocky hill, comprised of cells, a chapel, and a dining hall.
Historic Center, Tihany
Walk the streets saturated with history and touched with myth, and admire the local remnants of ancient times.
Benedictine Abbey Church, Tihany
Follow the trail leading towards this 18C Baroque abbey, erected on the site of an 11C monastery, and housing a royal crypt.
Lake Balaton, Tihany
The picturesque freshwater lake is the largest in Central Europe, responsible for the local almost-Mediterranean climate.
2 nightsSun. Oct 06 - Tue. Oct 08
A small town by the Austrian border famous for its wine, and for wonderfully preserving centuries of architectural gems.
Forum of Scarbantia, Sopron
A cluster of remains from the Roman city center of Scarbantia, boasting original paving, and altars of the three main gods.
Historic Center, Sopron
Walk the cobbled streets and experience the ambiance of a town rich with history.
Post Palace, Sopron
Exemplary of Hungarian Art Nouveau architecture, this palace is adorned with stone carvings and boasts an intricate glass roof.
Goat Church and Chapter Hall, Sopron
The church itself offers most remarkable 13C Gothic architecture, while the Hall beneath is famed for grotesque carvings of demons.
2 nightsTue. Oct 08 - Thu. Oct 10
With its narrow streets and golden domes, this unique city has a buzzing art scene, lively nightlife and heavenly food.
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.
Mirabell Palace and Gardens, Salzburg
Commissioned by prince Wolf Dietrich, this palace is lavishly decorated with hand carved cherubs and French-style gardens.
Hellbrunn Palace, Salzburg
Once the summer home of an archbishop, this Italian style villa features enchanting fountains and gorgeous gardens.