East Europe Tour Package

This splendid East Europe tour starts from Berlin and ends at Munich. You will visit famous touristic places of Germany such as Berlin and Dresden. Further, this tour also includes the tour to Prague and Vienna. You will visit Charles Bridge and Prague Castle and other squares in Prague; the visit to Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna adds amazedness in your tour.
You will drive to Munich from Vienna through Salzburg, where you visit Mirabell Palace. The duration of tour is 7 nights/8 days.

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East Europe Tour Package

Day 1: Arrival in Berlin. Overnight in Berlin.

Day 2: Full day sightseeing of Berlin City. Overnight in Berlin

Day 3: Drive Berlin to Dresden (193 kms, approx. 2 hrs:30 min). Half day city tour of Dresden. Overnight in Dresden.

Day 4: Drive Dresden to Prague ( 149 Kms, approx.1 hr, 50 min). Half day Prague .Overnight in Prague.

Day 5: Half day tour of Prague and drive to Vienna (292 Kms, approx 4 hrs) Overnight at Vienna.

Day 6: Full day tour of Vienna including Schönbrunn Palace. Overnight at Vienna

Day 7: Drive to Munich ( 438 Kms, 4h, 38 min). En-route visit Salzburg.

Day 8: Transfer to airport in time to board for the flight to your onward destination.

Day 1: Arrival in Berlin
Upon arrival at Berlin airport or the Berlin Central train station. Meet and assist by our representative and transfer to the hotel. Check in at your hotel. If time permit visit, Alexanderplatz which is a central square and traffic junction in Berlin. It is one of the most visited cities square. Alexanderplatz is the square named to honour Alexander I, Tsar of Russia on his visit to Berlin in 1805. Nowadays it is the main tourism attraction of the Berlin.
Overnight at Hotel in Berlin.

Day 2: Full day sightseeing of Berlin City
The Brandenburg Gate is the considered as the Germany’s symbol of unity. It is one of the most important monuments of the Berlin. When Germany was united in November 1989, Brandenburg Gate was reinvented itself into the New Berlin’s symbol of unity. Visit to Brandenbug gate also includes the "Raum der Stille" (Room of Silence), "Akademie der Künste" (Academy of Arts) and the restored American embassy. Further continue to visit Reichtag building (Bundestag) is the parliament house for the German Bundestag. It was built in 1894 following the German national unity and the establishment of the German Reich in 1871. It is a glass dome building which is the frequently visited places in the Berlin. Continue walk to Potsdamer Platz which is an important public square and traffic intersection in the centre of Berlin, Germany, lying about 1 km south of the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag, and close to the southeast corner of the Tiergarten Park. If time permit, continue to visit CheckPoint Charlie which was the crossing point of East and West Germany during the cold war.
Optional tours*: Kurfürstendamm, Gendarmenmarkt, Berliner Dom (not included in price)
Overnight at Hotel in Berlin

Day 3: Drive Berlin to Dresden (193 kms, approx. 2 hrs:30 minutes). Half day city tour of Dresden
After breakfast, drive to Dresden. Uppon arrival in Dresden, commence on half day sightseeing of the Dresden. Visit to famous Dresden Frauenkirche, Dresden’s spectacular Frauenkirche is regarded as one of the best remarkable reconstruction projects ever to take place in Germany. It was completed in 1743. The spectacular Baroque original was considered as one of the most beautiful churches in Europe. Continue visit to Theaterplatz and the Semperoper: It is one of the Germany’s finest public squares and home to numerous architectural wonders. The statue of King John stands in the center of city. In the west site you can see magnificient Semperoper, the city’s opera house. The Opera house is built in the style of the Italian Renaissance. Rest of the day is free at your own to stroll around the city and the Elbe River Bank.
Overnight at Hotel in Dresden.

Day 4: Drive Dresden to Prague ( 149 Kms, approx.1 hr, 50 minutes). Half day Prague
After breakfast, drive Dresden to Prague. Afternoon commence on half day sightseeing Tour of Prague. Visit Wenceslas Square which is one of the main square of Prague. It is the paradise of the shoppers. Wenceslas square is more of boulevard than a traditional square. It is located in New town. The square is home to bars, club, restaurants, hotels, shops. The Old Town Square: It is located between the Wenceslas Square and the Charles Bridge, Prague’s Old Town Square is often bursting with tourists and locals in the summer. Czech’s long history is exemplified in the medley of architectural styles: Romanesque, Baroque, Rococo, Gothic and Renaissance are all represented in the superb buildings around the square. Rest of the day is free at your own.
Overnight at Hotel in Prague

Day 5: Half day tour of Prague and drive to Vienna (292 Kms, approx 4 hrs)
After breakfast, visit to Charles Bridge which connects old Town and Lesser Town over the River Vltava. It is around 600 year old Charles Bridge. King Charles IV commissioned the bridge in 1357, replacing the Judith Bridge which was destroyed by the flood on 1342. Continue to visit Prague Castle is a towering monument above the city of Prague. The castle buildings span centuries and consists of a royal palace, a cathedral and three churches. From the Castle, good view of the city Prague is seen. Afternoon drive to Vienna which is 292 Kms and approx. takes 4 hrs to reach the Vienna.
Overnight at Hotel in Vienna

Day 6: Full day tour of Vienna
After breakfast, commence on sightseeing tour of Vienna on foot. You will visit Gothic architecture of St Stephen’s Cathedral, the Hofburg Imperial Palace and the Spanish Riding School. St. Stephen's Cathedral (Stephansdom) prominently situated in the centre of Vienna is one of the chief Gothic buildings of Europe. It incorporates remnants of the original 12th-century Romanesque structure. The Hofburg is the former imperial palace in the centre of Vienna, Austria. Built in the 13th century and expanded in the centuries since, the palace has been the seat of power of the Habsburg dynasty rulers, and today the official residence and workplace of the President of Austria.
It was the principal imperial winter residence, as Schönbrunn Palace was the summer residence. Continue visit to visit Schönbrunn Palace which is a former imperial summer residence located in Vienna, Austria. The 1,441-room Baroque palace is one of the most important architectural, cultural, and historical monuments in the country. It is one of the major tourist’s attraction of the Vienna. It is one the Austria’s most important cultural assets and after 1960 it has been the major tourism attraction of the Vienna’s. It attracts huge number of visitors each year. Rest of the day is free at your Own.
Overnight at Hotel in Vienna

Day 7: Drive to Munich ( 438 Kms, 4h, 38 min). En-route visit Salzburg
After breakfast, drive to Munich. Upon arrival in Salzburg, visit Mirabell Palace which is a historical building in the city of Salzburg, Austria. The palace with its gardens is listed in cultural heritage monument and part of the Historic Centre of the City of Salzburg UNESCO World Heritage. Explore the surrounding and continue drive to Munich. (149 Km. 1h.50min). Upon arrival in Munich explore Munich for shopping and souvenir.
Overnight at Hotel in Munich.

Day 8: Transfer to the airport in time to board for the flight to your onward destination.
Free at your own till the departure time. Transfer to the airport in time for the flight to your onward destination .

  • 2 nights at hotel in Berlin on twin sharing basis with breakfast
  • 1 night at hotel in Dresden on twin sharing basis with breakfast
  • 1 night at hotel in Prague on twin sharing basis with breakfast
  • 2 nights at hotel in Vienna on twin sharing basis with breakfast
  • 1 night’s hotel in Munich on twin sharing basis with breakfast.
  • All tours and transfer by using appropriate vehicles with friendly driver
  • International air fares (KTM- EUROPE-KTM)
  • Entrance fees to the monuments
  • Lunch and Dinner
  • Guide during the sightseeing
  • Schengen Visa fee and entire visa processing procedure which is at your own arrangement.
  • Travel insurance
  • Anything’s except mentioned in cost includes section