Day One: Budapest
Once you touch down, you will be able to walk around Budapest at your leisure. If you want to try something different, then don't forget your swimsuit and soak in the best thermal baths in Europe, Szechenyi and Gellert.
Day Two: Keep Exploring Budapest
You can't leave Budapest without seeing everything! Don't miss the Basilica of San Esteban, Parliament and the Danube River. We follow the river to see the Monument of Shoes, where we will stop and have a few moments of silence. Then, cross the Chain Bridge and see the Palace of Budapest, Fishermans Bastion and the Church of Matías.
Day Three: Bratislava & Vienna
We begin by seeing Bratislava. During this stop, we will discover the many amusing brazen statues that always give us a laugh. We then head through Austria to Vienna. You'll have some time to explore.
Day Four: Vienna
Today you have the option of a bus tour or a free walk. The bus tour stops by the Prater, the Ferris wheel, the Danube, and then participate in a tour the Ringstrasse, admiring its beautiful 19th-century monuments. You can also see Belvedere Palace, and go to the gardens of Schonbrunn.
Day Five: Cesky Krumlov & Prague
Today you will see the stunning Cesky Krumlov, an astonishing village in the south of the Czech Republic. Be sure to take many photos; this is an unmissable area!
Day Six: Party In Prague
You have to stop in Prague and take in Wenceslas Square. We then cross the Vltava River by the bridge of San Carlos. We then arrive at Kafka, the world's largest castle. Then we discover the Old Jewish Quarter and The New City. After this, join us for a New Years Party!
Day Seven: Kutna Hora
After sleeping off the party, see another jewel of the Czech Republic: Kutna Hora. A world heritage site, because of the picturesque old town, and because of the peculiar chapel made of human bones.
Day Eight: Frankfurt
We now head to Germany. If time is forgiving, we will have a moment to stop in Nuremberg. The city in which the headquarters of the Nazi generals was located, after WW2. Historical and full of interesting knowledge, it is not to be missed.
Day Nine: Amsterdam & Cologne
We now head to Cologne. Here, you can see the important monuments and get a feel of the history behind this incredible city. You will get to see The Cologne Cathedral and more sights this city has to offer!
Day 10 - Amsterdam
On this free day in Amsterdam, there are heaps that you can do! Take a walk through the Rembrandt Museum and Van Goch museum, see the Moco or Rijksmuseum and see the Anne Frank House,
Day Eleven: Amsterdam & Zaanse Schans
Try not to get lost in Amsterdam, as we have an optional activity for those who want to go to Zaanse Schans, the traditional dutch windmill village. Here you can admire the open-air museum, and get some souvenirs.
Day Twelve: Ghent & Bruges
Today you will have two options. You can relax in Brussels, or you can head to Bruges and Ghent. If you go with the second option, we will head off on a guided tour of Bruges and Ghent with a stop off at Atomium.
Day Thirteen: Paris
Now we arrive in Paris in the evening. You will have as much free time as you need to take a walk around Paris, snap heaps of photos and have a drink with friends.
Day Twenty: Explore more of Paris
You will have plenty of free time today to do what you please in Paris. We recommend the Louvre, the Seine and more local sights!
Day Twenty-One: Back to Madrid
We begin on our last day, by crossing the Pyrenees, San Sebastian, Vitoria and Burgos to finally finish the tour in Madrid. Stay, chat with your new friends or depart on your next adventure!
- Meeting points will be confirmed in the program.
- Optional extras are available on Tour Provider Website
- Accommodation breakdown available on Tour Provider Website