Exquisite Austria, Czech Republic & Poland


Vienna, Prague, Krakow, Warsaw

Wine sampling with a wine expert in the grape plantations of Vienna.

Meander the yards of Prague’s Castle District around evening time with a private guide.

Experience a moving visit to Auschwitz.

Let the hints of Chopin mitigate you during a private presentation.

Enjoy the best extravagance facilities in the district.

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Discovery, Family, Guided Tours
  • Activity Level Moderate
  • Group Size Medium Group
All about the Exquisite Austria, Czech Republic & Poland.

A travel experience like no other

This example agenda was made by specialists and is intended to motivate your next trip. It is fit to be modified to suit your inclinations, tastes, and financial plan so you can associate with nearby societies and experience bona fide travel on your own terms, and leaving at whatever point you pick.

  • DAY 1

MUNICH The Adventure Begins

  • Airport – Vehicle/Driver
  • Meet & Greet – Assistant
  • Germany Welcome Package
  • Munich’s Old Town Walking Tour (2.5 hrs) – Private Tour.


  • DAY 2

MUNICH Lace Up for Some Fresh Air

  • Paragliding in the Bavarian Alps with Garmisch-Partenkirchen (8 hrs) – Vehicle/Driver-Guide.


  • DAY 3

MUNICH TO INNSBRUCK The Journey Continues…

  • Transfer – Private – Munich – Innsbruck [2 hrs] – Vehicle/Driver
  • Austria Welcome Package
  • Walking Tour of Innsbruck (2.5 hrs) – Private Tour.


  • DAY 4

INNSBRUCK Nurtured by Nature

  • White Water Rafting (Grade 3 Rapids: Stubai Valley) (5 hrs) – Vehicle/Driver/Rafting.


  • DAY 5


  • Transfer – Private – Innsbruck – Lucerne [via Vaduz, Liechtenstein (6 hrs) ] – Vehicle/Local Guide/Driver
  • Switzerland Welcome Package
  • Swiss Half-Fare Card.


  • DAY 6

LUCERNE Get a Lay of the Land

  • Lucerne Walking Tour (2 hrs) – Private Tour
  • Mount Pilatus with a Boat Ride on Lake Lucerne (6 hrs) – Private Tour.


  • DAY 7


  • Train Station – Luxury Vehicle/Driver
  • Train – Lucerne – Interlaken [2 hrs ] – 1st Class Ticket – Half Fare Card
  • Train Station – Luxury Vehicle/Driver
  • 1/2 Day Trümmelbach Waterfalls Tour – Vehicle/Driver.


  • DAY 8

INTERLAKEN Breathe the Mountain Air

  • Excursion to Jungfraujoch (8 hrs) – Self-Guided.


  • DAY 9


  • Train Station – Luxury Vehicle/Driver
  • Train – Interlaken – Zurich [via Bern (2hrs)] – 1st Class Ticket – Half Fare Card
  • Train Station – Vehicle/Driver
  • Zurich City Center Walking Tour (2 hrs) – Private Tour.


  • DAY 10

ZURICH Bon Voyage

  • Airport – Vehicle/Driver.


The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • A completely redone agenda dependent on your inclinations and timetable
  • Every minute of every day in-objective help from our nearby office
  • All convenience stays, visits, and moves for planned exercises are covered, except if in any case recorded in the agenda
  • A private driver for visits and moves (in certain nations our nearby private aides likewise go about as your driver – your Destination Expert will examine with you if material)
  • Nearby private aides or shared visits that take you through your agenda features and encounters, your last schedule will affirm the sort of visit
  • Hello at the air terminal or at your convenience from one of our agents – your master will affirm your meet and welcome area with you
  • Breakfast every morning at your inn, in addition to any dinners shown on the agenda
  • One bag and one carry-on per individual for trip moves.
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Your international airfare – please do let your expert know if you’d like to receive pricing from our Air Team
    Travel insurance, which we offer and can be purchased after you’ve booked your tour
    Visas (unless noted)
    Tips for services and experiences
    Lunches, dinners, and drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), unless specified in the itinerary
    Excess baggage charges, and where applicable, baggage not included in your fare
    Personal charges such as laundry, phone calls, SIM cards, or room service
    Early check-in or late check-out from hotels (unless otherwise specified)
    Additional sightseeing, activities, and experiences outside of your itinerary
    Optional enhancements like a room or flight upgrades, or local camera or video fees
    Passport fees, immunization costs, and local departure taxes (when applicable).
  1. Day 1 VIENNA

    You’ve Arrived

    On landing in the Vienna air terminal, you will be met by your driver and private vehicle.  For your additional solace, your English talking driver will assist you with registering to your inn on appearance, and walk you through the invite bundle archives, your schedule, and answer your questions.  Early registration can not be ensured except if an extra night is paid for, yet in the event that the inn has rooms accessible, they will give a valiant effort to oblige everybody.

    An invite bundle with a city map, train tickets (if pertinent), and some other touristic data that we consider you may discover helpful will be hanging tight for you upon your landing in your first lodging on your excursion.

  2. Day 2 VIENNA

    Sights and Insights

    Vienna is the workmanship sweetheart’s heaven where rich assortments of creative show-stoppers are in plain view in the city’s extravagant illustrious royal residences. Meet your private driver and direct and leave on an entire day visit that will offer you a chance to value the absolute best craftsmanship shows of the city. One ought not to visit Vienna without seeing the popular ”kiss” (darlings) by Gustav Klimt at the Belvedere Palace. Head to this late spring home worked by Prince Eugene of Savoy and investigate the magnificent complex that houses an assortment of Austrian workmanship from the Middle Ages up to the current day. The core of the Belvedere assortment is shaped by the 24 canvases of Gustav Klimt including his brilliant pictures ”Judith” and ”The Kiss”, Austria’s most celebrated masterpiece. After the visit to the Upper Belvedere Exhibition, you will continue to the XIX-century Museum of Fine Arts planned by Gottfried Semper and Karl von Hasenauer. It positions among the most extravagant and most significant craftsmanship assortments on the planet and the eminent design makes a fitting setting for the imaginative fortunes amassed by the Habsburgs. The assortments range from Ancient Egyptian, Greek, and Roman Antiquities to Medieval Art, just as the impressive pieces beginning in Renaissance and Baroque. The Museum of Fine Arts houses artworks by Rubens, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Dürer, Raphael, Titian, and Velazquez, just as the most complete assortment of Bruegel’s artistic creations on the planet. Upon the finish of your visit, you will be secretly moved back to your inn.

  3. Day 3 VIENNA

    Sights and Insights

    With your private guide experience Vienna, the world’s capital of music, by following the strides of a portion of the popular authors who have lived and worked here throughout the long term. Vienna has consistently been alluring to numerous skilled authors who were either brought into the world here or chose to move and work in the city. Among others, acclaimed characters that made Vienna their house are Ludwig van Beethoven, Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Arnold Schoenberg, Franz Schubert, Johann Strauss senior and junior, and Antonio Vivaldi. Thus, Vienna right up ’til today is intensely affected by these famous people and their music. A significant number of these specialists realized one another, some were understudies, instructors, or supporters of one another. These connections led to various accounts that further upgrade the appeal of the first areas that you will get an opportunity to visit today. During the visit, you will likewise stop by Figaro House – the previous home of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

    Subsequent to meeting your guide, you will be whisked away through a private vehicle to the main tasting at Weingut Wieninger in Stammersdorf. During the ride to the winery, you will become familiar with the rich history of wine in this area. Weininger’s winery is a family-run business with standing as truly outstanding in Vienna. You will see the change of an old religious community basement into an advanced office to deliver an assortment of wines. In the wake of visiting the offices, the guide will lead a tasting of 6 to 8 wines, clarifying the developing and creative interaction and taking you through the fundamental attributes of Austrian wine. You will at that point drive to the Mayer am Pfarrplatz, which is a Heuriger. The Heurigen are conventional wine bars normal for the district and serve just their own food and wine. Here you will taste another 6 wines and will appreciate supper, conventional meats, and cheeses. You will likewise get an opportunity to head to the close by grape plantations. Toward the finish of the visit, you will leave away with a solid feeling of Vienna’s viticulture and its job in the gastronomic history of Austria.


    The Journey Continues…

    Appreciate a private exchange from Vienna to Prague with a 3-hour stop in Cesky Krumlov with a neighborhood control. You will visit the old town of Cesky Krumlov with its enchanting, restricted roads and its common focal point of Concord Square. Absurd Barber’s Bridge, you will enter Latran, a middle-aged settlement around the palace. The visit will close at the Red Gate (the principal palace region entrance). Subsequently, you will proceed with your exchange to Prague.

    An invite bundle with a city map, train tickets (if applicable), and some other touristic data that we consider you may discover valuable will be hanging tight for you upon your landing in your first lodging on your outing.

  5. Day 5 PRAGUE

    A Town Frozen in Time

    Find Prague on a private half-day city visit. Your guide and driver will show you the town’s well-known sights giving you understanding information and data about this old city. View the Golden Prague’s memorable landmarks – the State Opera, the National Museum, Wenceslas Square, Charles Square, and Prague Castle. Go for a stroll around the palace’s patios to see the terrific St. Vitus Cathedral. Your private guide will take you across the Vltava River to the Old Town, St. Nicholas Church, the Týn Cathedral, and the Old Town Hall with its galactic clock and missionaries.

  6. Day 6 PRAGUE

    A Town Frozen in Time

    Experience an exceptional private boat stumble on the Vltava River with an English talking commander. You will cruise through the strange water underground of the Old Town and see unique thus far concealed perspectives on the notable scene of the Prague Castle, the seat of the Kings of Bohemia, which, when seen from the waterway, appear to be considerably more regal and respectable than a conventional person on foot may see them. From every single imaginable point, the wonders of the respectable work of Emperor Charles IV are uncovered – the extension which his devoted expert manufacturer Peter Parler vaulted over the stream. The development of their boats, which faces no hindrances in the waterway, permits you to notice likewise the alleged zero curve, which is totally stowed away from seeing people on foot. Also, a genuine dining experience for the eye of the authority and admirer of Czech culture and celebrated history is cruising under the last surviving curve of Judith Bridge, the commendable archetype of Charles Bridge. This entirely novel spot is currently totally covered up under Křížovnické square, known exclusively by veritable specialists on Prague geology. Glass of shimmering wine is incorporated.

    Leave on a private after-dull visit and investigate an unfilled Prague Castle area after the galleries have shut and the groups have left. Practically alone in abandoned patios, close by your private guide, you will graph the historical backdrop of the heavenly Cathedral of St. Vitus and investigate the existences of the holy people, dukes, lords, and presidents who have made Prague Castle their home and have molded its set of experiences through the ages. Your experience incorporates a private roundtrip palace move, driver, and guide.


    On the way

    A private exchange from Prague to Krakow is given. The estimated move span is somewhere in the range of six and seven hours.

  8. Day 8 KRAKOW

    See the Signature Sights in Style

    Krakow, a wonderful archaic city, draws its character from its assorted multicultural legacy. Related to the late Pope John Paul II, the city additionally eminently has a Jewish concert, and flaunts a huge understudy populace, making it an energetic city throughout the entire year. With your private guide and driver, start your visit at Market Square, one of the greatest in Europe and a token of the influence and abundance of archaic Krakow. Investigate the thirteenth-century Cloth Hall, reconstructed in Renaissance style, home to a noteworthy assortment of Polish works of art and handiworks. Then, visit Saint Mary’s Basilica, dating to 1221 and flaunting a fifteenth-century valuable special raised area. Proceed to Collegium Maius with its all-around saved Gothic arcades, extended in Renaissance style, and was home to Jagiellonian University, the second most seasoned college in Central Europe. Visit the National Museum, home to an assortment of Da Vinci artworks and other eminent European craftsmen. Proceed to Wawel Hill to visit Wawel Castle (extra charge included), a Gothic Royal Castle based on the remaining parts of a tenth-century settlement. The glorious Renaissance insides contain various works of art, furniture, and public memorabilia. The assortment of renowned ”Wawel Tapestries” planned and made in Flandre, particularly for Wawel insides, is genuinely exceptional. The renowned Sigismund Chapel with its gold-plated arch is one of them. Inside the house of God, there is additionally a necropolis of Polish Kings, Dukes, and respectable residents covered in various sepulchers, stone caskets, burial places, and churches. Finish up the visit with a loosening up a stroll down along the stream to a limestone cavern. The cavern is presumed to be the home of an amazing winged serpent.

    A stroll down the stream finishes up the visit and prompts a limestone cavern, asylum of an incredible mythical serpent. The extra charge for Wawel Castle is incorporated.


    On the Road Again

    Appreciate a private exchange from Krakow to Warsaw with a stop at Auschwitz and the Museum, the biggest Nazi annihilation camp. The region is all around saved and presently houses the Holocaust Museum, recorded as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The visit will incorporate a 15-minute narrative film filling in as a presentation, at that point a visit to the block mortar encampment in Auschwitz I, and the broad territory of the enormous wooden eradication camp at Auschwitz II – Birkenau. Extra charges are incorporated.

    Traditional Szustra Palace was an inherent spot of the annihilated chateau, for Marshal Princess Izabela Lubomirska – therefore, the structure is otherwise called Lubomirski Palace. The property was called Mon coteau (”my slope”). The first structures and gardens have not made due right up ’til the present time due to the obliteration during World War II. The royal residence and park were remade in the twentieth century and now it has a place with the Warsaw Music Society. On these notable insides, you will appreciate a 1-hour private show performed by eminent specialists and 1 glass of shining wine. They will introduce an assorted, appealing system, including the most trademark melodic works of Frederic Chopin.

  10. Day 10 WARSAW

    A Journey Back in Time

    Visit Warsaw, Poland’s capital and biggest city, the seat of the president, government, and parliament, the country’s business community. A city with a turbulent history, including the walk of Napoleon’s military, public uprisings, and tsarist constraints, and the Second World War, all had their engravings at this point didn’t stop its turn of events. Find out about existence during the Warsaw Uprising and under socialism, about business places and issues that ingest the consideration of Warsaw’s residents today. Tune in to legends from the bygone eras, find out about the appointment of Polish lords and the privileged insights of encased patios of Varsovian houses, uncover the previous area of a tomb of a Russian tsar, realize what is unique lodging and what was revamped 70 years prior, and discover where the Warsaw Pact was agreed upon. The touring course incorporates a visit to the Royal palace that was the seat of the Mazovian Princes, the home of the Polish lords, the seat of the Senate, and where the Polish Constitution was agreed upon. The site is an image of Polish statehood, where numerous notable occasions occurred, remembering the death of the principal Polish constitution for 1791. The palace traces all the way back to the thirteenth century, however, it owes its present shape to the early Baroque time frame. Sigismund Tower, 60m tall and delegated with a high dome, overwhelms over the façade. Extra charges to the Royal palace included.

  11. Day 11 WARSAW

    Bon Voyage

    A private exchange from your convenience in Warsaw to the air terminal is given.