Embark on a captivating journey through Eastern Europe with our meticulously curated and top-rated tours, immersing yourself in the rich cultural tapestry of cities like Prague, Budapest, Warsaw, and Vienna, where historic landmarks, vibrant nightlife, and UNESCO World Heritage sites await your exploration, ensuring an unforgettable travel experience filled with architectural marvels, diverse landscapes, and the unique charm of Eastern European destinations.

The Best Eastern Europe Tours

14 Day European Tour of Germany, Poland
From $3,750 $3,188
Save Up To $614

 

10 Day Europe Tour of Germany, Czech Republic
From $2,525 $2,273
Save Up To $360

 

14 Day Tour to Germany, Denmark & Finland
From $5,250 $4,463
Save Up To $788

 

11 Day Tour to Amsterdam, Prague, Vienna & Venice
From $4,117

 

9 Day Tour to Krakow, Prague Vienna & Budapest
From $2,995 $2,546
Save Up To $464

 

10 Day Czech Republic, Austria & Hungary Tour
From $1,895
Save Up To $288

 

Two Week Tour to Austria, Slovenia & Croatia
From $5,055 $4,044
Save Up To $1,139

 

10 Day Tour to Budapest, Vienna & Prague
From $3,416 $2,904
Save Up To $609

 

11 Day Poland Tour to Warsaw, Gdańsk & Kraków
From $2,575 $2,318
Save Up To $260

 

11 Day Croatia & Slovenia Tour from Zagreb
From $3,450
Save Up To $395

 

13 Day Germany & Austria Tour from Frankfurt
From $4,525 $3,846
Save Up To $679

 

8 Day Tour of Austria, Germany, Switzerland
From $2,925

 

14 Day Austria, Slovenia & Croatia Tour
From $4,895 $4,406
Save Up To $500

 

17 Day Eastern Europe Tour of Vienna, Budapest
From $4,575 $3,889
Save Up To $704

 

9 Day Austria & Germany Tour of Munich, Vienna
From $3,325 $2,826
Save Up To $499

 

8 Day Tour to Salzburg, Munich & Vienna
From $3,050

 

 

8 Day Festive Tour of Austria, Slovenia & Croatia
From $2,725

 

12 Day Tour to Austria, Germany & Switzerland
From $5,850 $4,680
Save Up To $1,195

 

2 Week Tour of Hungary, Austria & Poland
From $5,050 $4,040
Save Up To $1,119

 

16 Day Tour to Romania, Croatia, Sofia & Budapest
From $5,715
Save Up To $934

 

16 Day Tour to Romania, Croatia, Sofia & Budapest
From $6,225 $5,291
Save Up To $934

 

8 Day Tour of Poland, Lithuania & Estonia
From $2,755 $2,342
Save Up To $413

 

Two Week Tour to Austria, Slovenia & Croatia
From $5,693 $4,554
Save Up To $1,139

 

11 Day Tour to London, Prague, Vienna & Venice
From $5,359

 

All-Inclusive River Cruises Through Eastern Europe

8 Day Cruise from Vienna to Nuremberg
From $4,199 $2,699
Save Up To $1,500

 

8 Day Cruise from Budapest to Nuremberg
From $3,999 $2,499
Save Up To $1,500

 

8 Day Cruise from Budapest to Passau
From $3,999 $2,969
Save Up To $1,500

 

Two Week Cruise from Budapest to Amsterdam
From $7,499 $5,499
Save Up To $2,000

 

Three Week Cruise from Amsterdam to Bucharest
From $11,069 $9,179
Save Up To $1,970

 

8 Day Cruise from Nuremberg to Basel
From $3,399

 

10 Days Cruise Vienna to Prague
From $3,999

 

10 Day Cruise from Frankfurt to Frankfurt
From $4,999 $3,999
Save Up To $1,000

 

17 Day Cruise from Zurich to Vienna
From $6,999

 

10 Day Cruise from Budapest to Bucharest
From $4,659 $3,599
Save Up To $1,260

 

8 Day Cruise from Basel to Amsterdam
From $3,699 $2,199
Save Up To $1,700

 

Top 7 Cities to Visit in Eastern Europe

1. Prague, Czech Republic

Uncover the timeless beauty of Prague's historic Old Town, Charles Bridge, and Prague Castle, immersing yourself in a cityscape where medieval charm meets modern vibrancy.

Imperial Europe Prague Czech Republic (1)

2. Budapest, Hungary

Delight in the scenic beauty of Budapest, known for its thermal baths, Danube River cruises, and architectural wonders like Buda Castle and the Hungarian Parliament.

Ship River Beatrice Budapest Through Arches

3. Vienna, Austria

Revel in the imperial grandeur of Vienna, where opulent palaces like Schönbrunn and Belvedere coexist with cultural treasures like the Vienna State Opera and the historic St. Stephen's Cathedral.

Expert Austria Vienna Schonbrunn Palace After Hours Lg Trips

4. Riga, Latvia

Stroll through Riga's UNESCO-listed Old Town, admiring the medieval architecture, Art Nouveau masterpieces, and the iconic Riga Central Market in this Baltic gem.

Lativia Riga Old Town With Blue Sky

5. Krakow, Poland

Discover the medieval enchantment of Krakow, home to the Wawel Castle, the historic Cloth Hall, and the somber yet significant Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum.

Poland Krakow Aerial View City Church Spires Colorful

6. Bratislava, Slovakia

Experience the charm of Bratislava's compact Old Town, dominated by the impressive Bratislava Castle, complemented by a vibrant cafe culture and the scenic banks of the Danube River.

Slovakia Bratislava City At Ngiht

7. Tallinn, Estonia

Explore the UNESCO-listed Old Town, featuring cobblestone streets, well-preserved city walls, and iconic landmarks like Toompea Castle, making it a must-visit destination for history enthusiasts and cultural explorers alike.

Estonia Tallinn Toompea Hill

Frequently Asked Questions About Eastern Europe

Planning a multi-city tour of Eastern Europe is an exciting venture, and GET is here to make the process seamless and hassle-free for you. All you have to do is shop our collection and reach out to our team of expert Travel Specialists who will help you find the best itinerary and prices per your budget, lock in any savings, find you the best airfare, and then send you everything you need to know before you go. 

Yes! Each city boasts vibrant markets. From Budapest's Great Market Hall to Riga's Central Market, visitors can savor local flavors, handmade crafts, and immerse themselves in the regional culture. Plus, Eastern Europe is known for its enchanting Christmas markets, where festive cheer, seasonal treats, and handcrafted gifts create a magical atmosphere.

Prague, with its fairy-tale-like Old Town, majestic castle, and the iconic Charles Bridge, is a captivating blend of history and charm, offering visitors a step back in time.

Absolutely! Budapest, known for its thermal baths, offers a rich cultural scene with classical music concerts, traditional Hungarian cuisine, and vibrant ruin pubs.

Warsaw's reconstructed Old Town showcases resilience, while the POLIN Museum delves into the rich history of Polish Jews, providing a profound cultural experience.

Vienna enchants with imperial palaces like Schönbrunn, classical music concerts, and the historic St. Stephen's Cathedral, creating a perfect blend of opulence and history. 

Krakow, with its Wawel Castle and poignant Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial, offers a journey through medieval history and a somber reflection on World War II.

Riga's UNESCO-listed Old Town showcases medieval and Art Nouveau architecture, creating a picturesque backdrop, while the Riga Central Market offers a vibrant local experience.

Tallinn's Old Town is a well-preserved medieval masterpiece, featuring cobblestone streets, city walls, and historic landmarks like Toompea Castle, offering a journey into the past.

Bratislava's compact Old Town, framed by the impressive castle, provides a charming setting, and the Danube River adds a scenic touch, offering a delightful blend of history and nature.

Vienna is often referred to as the "City of Dreamers" due to its historical and cultural associations with some of the world's most famous classical composers, particularly during the 18th and 19th centuries. The city became a hub for musicians, artists, and intellectuals, attracting notable figures like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, and Johann Strauss II.

Billy Joel wrote the song "Vienna Waits for You" as a reflection on the pressures and fast pace of life. Released in 1977 on his album "The Stranger," the song conveys a message of patience and the importance of taking time for oneself. In the lyrics, "Vienna" serves as a metaphor for slowing down and appreciating life at a more leisurely pace, reminding the listener that it's okay to take a break and not rush through life's journey. The song encourages individuals to embrace the idea that certain things in life will come to you when the time is right, urging a more contemplative and less hurried approach to life.

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