Exclusive to EU Holidays Passengers Only!!!

  • A visit to Hallstat, an incredibly gorgeous village in Austria
  • Enjoy a delightful meal aboard a Danube River Cruise
  • A visit to renowned Wieliczka Salt Mine in Poland

Enquiry Form

Bonus Inclusions:

• Hungarian Folk Show Dinner
• German Pork Knuckle
• Wiener Schnitzel Dinner & Sacher Cake

Highlights:

CZECH REPUBLIC
PRAGU
E
• Prague Castle
• St. Vitus Cathedral
• Old Royal Palace
• Wenceslas Square
• Astronomical Clock
• Charles Bridge
GERMANY
FUSSEN

• Neuschwanstein Castle
DRESDEN
• The Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche)
• Semper Opera House
• Zwinger Palace
• Saxon Wall
BERLIN
• Berlin Wall
• Unter Den Linden
• Reichstag
• Brandenburg Gate
• Checkpoint Charlie
POLAND
KRAKÓW

• Auschwitz
Concentration Camp
• Wawel Royal Castle
• Old Town Square
• St. Mary’s Basilica
• Cloth Hall
• Wieliczka Salt Mine
HUNGARY
BUDAPEST

• Heroes’ Square
• Matthias Church
• Fisherman’s Bastion
• Gellért Hill
• Vaci Utca
AUSTRIA
VIENNA

• Schönbrunn Palace
• St. Stephen’s Cathedral
• Ringstrasse
• Hofburg Imperial Palace
• State Opera House
SALZBURG
• “The Sound of Music“ film setting
• Mirabell Palace
• Old Town
HALLSTATT
• Lake Street
• Old Town

Meal Plans:
  • 10 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 9 Dinners (13Days)
  • 11 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 10 Dinners (14Days
4★ HOTELS
  • PRAGUE - Penta Hotel
  • BERLIN - Leonardo Royal
  • WROCŁAW - Mercure Centrum
  • KRAKOW - Novotel Centrum
  • BUDAPEST - Novotel Budapest City
  • VIENNA - A.T.H Doppio
  • SALZBURG - A.T.H Europa
  • MUNICH - Azimut East


*Note: Hotels subject to final confirmation. Should there be changes, customers will be offered similar accommodations as stated in this list.

DAY 1 - SINGAPORE – MUNICH (Meals on Board)

Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport and depart for Munich, the capital of Bavaria.

DAY 2 - MUNICH → FUSSEN → WATTENS → SALZBURG (Dinner)

Once you arrive, make your way to the town of Fussen to visit Neuschwanstein Castle, which was built as a place of retreat for the King Ludwig II and transformed into a medieval dream world filled with all of his longing and ideals. Thereafter, drive on to Wattens and stop by the Swarovski Crystal World, a glittering fantasy world housing the world’s biggest crystal, before proceeding to Salzburg for the night.

DAY 3 - SALZBURG → HALLSTATT → VIENNA (Breakfast, Dinner – Wiener Ribs)

Discover the beautiful setting of the famous film “The Sound of Music” in the city of Salzburg. Waltz through the lush gardens of Mirabell Palace, and visit the birthplace of famous classical music prodigy Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at No. 9 Getreidegasse. Continue on the walking tour to the Old Town of Salzburg to admire the ensemble of baroque and medieval buildings, and drop by the magnificent Residence Square with its beautiful fountain. Next, proceed to Hallstatt, an incredibly gorgeous village that sits along the banks of Lake Hallstatt in the mountainous region of Salzkammergut. The salt mines in the mountains above the village has made Hallstatt world-famous, along with the glistening views of the surrounding lake and mountain peaks. Later, journey on to the ‘city of music’, Vienna, as the sun goes down. We recommend an optional concert at any of the famous concert halls for your evening’s enjoyment.

DAY 4 - VIENNA → PARNDORF → BUDAPEST (Breakfast, Dinner – Danube Cruise Dinner)

Embark on an unforgettable excursion of the romantic capital of Austria, Vienna. Step foot in the renowned Schönbrunn Palace and revel in the stunning interior of the massive baroque complex – think exquisite bohemian crystal chandeliers and white-lacquered ceilings and walls covered in gold leaf ornamentation. Then, continue to the glorious Ringstrasse with its wealth of parks and monuments, the State Opera house, the majestic Reichsrat Parliament Building and Rathaus (city hall), and the Hofburg Imperial Palace. Last but not least, end the day with a visit to one of the most important Gothic structures in Austria – St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Afterwards, carry on to Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Along the way, you may make a pit stop at the Designer Outlet Pandorf for a spot of shopping. As dusk descends, enjoy a delightful meal aboard a Danube River Cruise that covers the most fascinating sights in Budapest

DAY 5 - BUDAPEST (Breakfast, Dinner with Hungarian Folk Show)

Get to know the true culture of Budapest through a guided city tour that will help you pack as much as possible into your exploration of the city. The first stop is the renowned Matthias Church, one of the oldest buildings in Budapest with over 700 years of history and frescoes done by famous Hungarian painters. Next, head up to Gellért Hill next for some of the best panoramic views of the entire city. Continue on to Fisherman’s Bastion for a view of the beautiful turrets, see the impressive Heroes’ Square and the Millennium Monument located in its middle, and stroll along the fashionable shopping street, Váci Utca. We recommend an optional tour to discover the scenic riverside town - Szentendre Artist Village. As night falls, enjoy a sumptuous dinner while being entertained with a Hungarian folk show.

DAY 6 - BUDAPEST → DONOVALY → KRAKÓW (Breakfast, Dinner)

Head on a scenic drive to Kraków by crossing over the border into Slovakia to wind through Donovaly and past the Tatra Mountains. Proceed to the renowned Wieliczka Salt Mine, a world class monument of Poland that is among the UNESCO’s World Cultural and Natural Heritage List. Embark on a magical journey through the saline labyrinth to learn more about the history and traditions of Wieliczka, and get a closer look at the various salt formations and deposits.

DAY 7 - KRAKÓW (Breakfast, Dinner)

Embark on a half day walking tour of Kraków and its captivating medieval structures. Visit the Gothic-Renaissance Wawel Royal Castle, and venture down to the historic Old Town to explore Europe’s largest market square along with medieval houses, palaces and churches. Move on to visit the Jagiellonian University, Poland’s most revered university dating all the way back to 13th century, and marvel over the spectacular interior of St. Mary’s Basilica and the medieval masterpiece of the Cloth Hall. Then, take a side trip out of town to the infamous Auschwitz Concentration Camp for a historical tour. Get an up-close look at the intricate network of concentration camps operated by the German Nazis during World War II, where prisoners (Jews and other perceived enemies of the state) were killed, tortured and experimented upon.

DAY 8 - KRAKÓW – WROCŁAW (Breakfast, Dinner)

Journey on to Wrocław, the historical capital of Lower Silesia in Western Poland. The town’s perch upon the Odra River along with the veritable maze of islands and bridges have thus earned it the nickname ‘Venice of Poland’. Mill about the Old Town of Wrocław, a remarkable area filled with Baroque splendour that was painfully reconstructed after WWII. Next, have a blast at the vibrant Market Square, which is bursting at the seams with cafes, restaurants, shops and hotels.

DAY 9 - WROCŁAW → BERLIN (Breakfast, Dinner – German Pork Knuckle)

Make your way to Berlin and start off with a half day city tour to get a feel of its dynamic culture and turbulent past. Start with the beautiful Unter den Linden, an elegant boulevard in the heart of Berlin connecting the Bradenburg Gate to the Schlossbrücke bridge. Visit the Reichstag, the seat of the German Parliament that reflects the tumultuous history of Germany, followed by the symbolic Brandenburg Gate. Next, stop by the famous East – West German border crossing Checkpoint Charlie, which is also the scene of various thrillers and espionage novels. Last but not least comes the main highlight of the tour: the Berlin Wall. Trail along the double row of cobblestones that formed the symbolic boundary separating the democratic East Berlin from communist West Berlin.

DAY 10 - BERLIN → DRESDEN → PRAGUE (Breakfast, Lunch)

Carry on to Prague, but make a pit stop at Dresden along the way for their significant art treasure, architectural sights and alluring landscape. Explore the city on foot for a tour of The Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche), the Semper Opera House, the Zwinger Palace and the Saxon Wall. We continue our journey towards the Capital of Czech Republic - Prague, known as Praha.

DAY 11 - PRAGUE (Breakfast, Dinner)

Begin with a half-day walking tour of the city nicknamed the ‘City of a Hundred Spires’. Get an up-close look at the famous Prague Castle and the symbolic structures housed within it – the state’s spiritual symbol St. Vitus Cathedral, the best preserved Romanesque church St. George’s Basilica and the Old Royal Palace. Cross the iconic Charles Bridge and proceed into the Old Town for a glimpse of the Astronomical Clock, one of the greatest treasures of the city. Then head towards the last stop of the day – Wenceslas Square, the vibrant social and commercial centre of Prague. You may also wish to make an optional trip to spa town Karlovy Vary, famous for their therapeutic thermal spa treatments.

DAY 12 - PRAGUE ¨ SINGAPORE (Breakfast, Meals on Board)

Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure till it is time to transfer to the airport for your flight home.

DAY 13 - ARRIVAL IN SINGAPORE

We hope you enjoyed your trip with EU Holidays and we look forward to seeing you again for your next trip.

ITINERARY ADD-ON VIA OTHER AIRLINES. ITINERARY FROM DAY 1 TO 11 FOLLOWS EEMUCS
DAY 12 PRAGUE → MUNICH (Breakfast, Dinner)

After breakfast, transfer to Munich and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure to explore the fascinating treasures of the city. You may wish to go on an optional excursion to the world-famous Pilsner Urquell Brewery in Pilsen where you can savour a taste of one of the most popular styles of lager beer, or embark on an optional city tour.

DAY 13 - MUNICH (Breakfast, Meals on Board)

Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure till it is time to transfer to the airport for your flight home.

DAY 14 - ARRIVAL IN SINGAPORE

We hope you enjoyed your trip with EU Holidays and we look forward to seeing you again for your next trip.

Remarks:

The sequence of the itinerary, flight schedules and hotels are subject to change without prior notice in the event of unforeseen circumstances.
• Activities are subject to weather conditions.
• During major events and festivals, accommodation may be re-located to outside of the city or in another city without prior notice.
• Upgrades of hotels are subject to hotel room availability.

 

Return