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Welcome to Munich, the capital of Bavaria. After checking in, your afternoon begins with an orientation tour of this exciting city. See the Marienplatz, featuring the Glockenspiel and the neo-gothic Town Hall. This evening, enjoy dinner at your hotel with your Travel Director and fellow travellers.
Travel north to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed town of Regensburg, a medieval gem. Continue into the Czech Republic and its vibrant capital Prague. Experience this must-see destination steeped in ancient and modern history.
Admire the sights of Prague with your Local Specialist who gives a superb account of the city's rich history. See St. Vitus Cathedral, which is set inside the 1,000-year-old Prague Castle. Your trip continues across the River Vltava into the cobblestoned Old Town Square, where you see the Astronomical Clock. Spend free time afterwards exploring this fascinating city on your own and shopping for beautiful Czech crystal. Later, consider a cruise on the river and view the city from a different perspective.
Journey through Moravia in the southern Czech Republic into Slovakia. Enjoy an orientation tour of the capital, Bratislava, which shows you the medieval town hall in the quaint Old Town area. Arrive later in Budapest, a romantic city which straddles the River Danube. This evening, you might like to dine aboard a cruise boat while admiring Budapest from the water.
Your Local Specialist shows you the sights of the twin cities of Buda and Pest including the Fisherman's Bastion, Heroes' Square and the Church of St. Matthias. Admire panoramic views of the city from Gellert Hill with free time afterwards to explore on your own. Perhaps take a trip to Szentendre or visit the Parliament building.
Cross the picturesque Transdanubia region dotted with orchards and vineyards. Visit the historical town of Győr, which dates back to Roman times and also has an abundance of medieval and Baroque charm. Later, head north into Austria and arrive in Vienna, a dynamic city with a splendid imperial heritage.
The Hofburg, State Opera House, Imperial Boulevards, the impressive City Hall - your Local Specialist shows you all these landmarks and more during your sightseeing tour of this elegant city. Later, in your free time, explore the pedestrian area around St. Stephen's Cathedral and the main shopping street, Kärntnerstrassse. You might also like to visit a traditional Viennese café and sample unique pastries. This evening, consider an Optional Experience to a local restaurant on the edge of Vienna for dinner.
Follow the Danube Valley past the impressive monastery at Melk. Continue west to the charming city of Salzburg, famous for its musical heritage, and wander through the Mirabell Gardens, which featured in the film 'The Sound of Music'. Perhaps, cross the bridge over the River Salzach and wander through the Old Town, to see the imposing Cathedral Square and Getreidegasse, a narrow street where Mozart was born.
Don't miss the opportunity to take an Optional Experience to the Eagle's Nest near Berchtesgaden in Germany, with spectacular views across the surrounding valleys. On arrival in Munich, see the Olympic Stadium before reaching your hotel.
This morning say 'Auf Wiedersehen' to your Travel Director and travelling companions as your memorable European holiday comes to an end. Transfers to Munich Airport are available, conditions apply.
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