Glimpse Of Eastern Europe – 7N/8D


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Eastern Europe - A perfect combination of an unusual tapestry with contemporary cultures. Explore the soaring mountains to golden sands with Unify Holidays as your travel partner.


Day 1: Arrival At Vienna

You will be greeted at the airport and driven to your hotel upon your arrival in Vienna. After arriving, check into the hotel and spend the evening at leisure. Stay the night in a hotel.

Day 2: City Tour With Schoenbrunn Palace

Take a panoramic bus tour to see the breathtaking sights of Vienna.

With a bypass-the-queue admission itinerary, you can experience Schoenbrunn Palace like a king or queen.

  • Ringstrasse
  • State Opera House Vienna
  • Museums-Hofburg
  • City Hall of Vienna
  • Parliament of Austria
  • National Theatre
  • Schönbrunn Palace
  • Kunsthistorisches Museum

Explore all the main sights and attractions along the grand Ringstrasse.

Get a glimpse of the astounding array of palaces, ministries, cathedrals, and opera houses that line each side of the majestic avenue by taking a panoramic bus tour through the storied Ringstrasse. After admiring the majestic Vienna State Opera, which is home to the well-known Opera Ball, proceed to the imperial winter residence, Hofburg Palace, and be in awe of it.

See buildings such as the glittering Burgtheater, the Neo-Classical Austrian Parliament, the spectacular City Hall in the Gothic revival style, the Museum of Art History, and many other outstanding architectural marvels.

One of the few streets in the world that can match the Ringstrasse is Vienna; in 2015, the world's most attractive avenue celebrated its 150th birthday.

The tour's high point is a visit to the 1,441-room Schoenbrunn Palace, a Baroque palace situated outside of the old town. The emperors used to spend their summers hunting, fishing, and having parties here.

Avoid the lines and enter directly to take in the magnificent state chambers and get a glimpse of the wealthy imperial lifestyle. Spend some time strolling through the similarly stunning gardens, and then grab a Viennese coffee to relax.

Day 3: Vienna To Prague (Approx 5 Hrs.)

Make your way to the train station to catch the train to Prague after breakfast. Once at the hotel, make your way there and check-in. 

Spend a leisurely evening along with an overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 4: Cesky Krumlov Day Tour


Explore the cobblestoned Mediaeval streets.

Visit the Esk Krumlov State Castle.

Free time to unwind, unwind, or maybe buy!

Explore the large, whimsical village of Cesky Krumlov, steeped in architectural heritage and home to over 300 antique homes centered around a spectacular castle and chateau. There are elements of Gothic, Renaissance, and even thirteenth-century Baroque architecture scattered around the town. The Baroque theater is a pleasure to behold, especially the frescoed façades. The settlement is nestled on opposite banks of the horseshoe-shaped bend in the river Vltava, centered on a central plaza beneath the castle. The true beauty and history of this idyllic town will enthrall and delight you as you wander through its winding cobblestone roads, explore the castle grounds, and visit other historic locations.

Cesky Krumlov, which has been honored by UNESCO for the quality and continuity of its architecture and townscape over more than five centuries, is a wonderful example of how towns and cities in central Europe developed during the medieval and Renaissance periods. This charming village is a jewel that has not been tarnished by time because it has undergone relatively little restoration and maintenance.

The tour includes:- A trip to the castle in the summer where two and a half hours of free time is followed by lunch in the winter.

Stay the night at a hotel in Prague.

Day 5: Half Day Prague City Tour

Taking the Grand City Tour can teach you more about the "Golden City". You may travel Prague and see all of its historical sites and attractions with the assistance of your guide. For almost a millennium, Prague has functioned as the central political, cultural, and economic core of the Czech Republic. It is located in the heart of Bohemia on the Vltava River.

There is something for any visitor to the city to enjoy. Given the amount of Europe's cultural and architectural heritage that has endured the continent's turbulent past over the years, you will be amazed at how beautifully maintained these historical landmarks have stood the test of time. As part of the Grand City Tour, you will be given a tour of Prague's new town, Nové Msto, and the old town, Staré Msto.

Plan to see the State Opera, the National Museum, Wenceslas Square, and Charles Square, among other must-see locations. Go to the Castle District and have a guided tour of the most well-known sites there. Take a stroll in the direction of Matthias Church and the Fishermen's Bastion to take in the mesmerizing vistas of Prague. Additionally, you can take advantage of the chance to see St. Vitus Cathedral, which features impressive Gothic architecture, dynamic net-vaulted ceilings, and unique sculptures and stone carvings.

Take the bus across the River Vltava to the Old Town Square, where you can find a charming collection of ancient buildings that showcase a variety of architectural styles, from gothic to baroque.

The Walk of the Apostles and the Figure of Death, which strike the hour, are two of the most well-known features of the medieval astronomical clock.

This enchanted tour of Prague makes sure you visit all of the city's breathtaking structures, monuments, and squares.

Day 6: Prague To Berlin (Approx 4 Hrs 15 Mins)

Transfer to the station after breakfast to catch the train to Berlin. Transfer to hotel and check-in after arrival. Evening at leisure and hotel accommodation for the night.

Day 7: Berlin City Excursion

After breakfast, take a tour bus around Berlin to learn more about the city.

Our bus tour of Berlin takes you down two different routes. Choose the one that best suits your needs, or purchase tickets for both, and explore the city for a full day or two.

Why not first disembark at Tauentzienstrasse and shop there? It is the principal thoroughfare in Berlin. Or you could get off at the KaDeWe retail center. Alternatively, visit the five-story shopping mall Alexa if you'd rather have everything in one place.

Enjoy the view of Potsdamer Platz from our upscale double-deckers as you travel. Experience history at The Wall, a unique location that altered Germany's history. Then get back on and ride the bus to the Gendarmenmarkt, where you can see the Konzerthaus and French and German churches, as well as other notable buildings. A colossal statue of Friedrich Schiller, a celebrated poet from Germany, is located in the middle of the square.

Get back on board and enjoy the view of either the TV Tower or Red City Hall. Just drive the entire distance and pull over if you want to look into something more. When you're ready to go back on the bus, just wait for the next one.

Day 8: Departure From Berlin

Following breakfast, check out of the hotel and head to the airport to begin your return journey home following an amazing holiday.

**All trips must depart from the meeting location. Guests would make their way to the meeting location.