CZ EuroTour

Czech Europe travel



The Heart Of Europe    21 DAY TOUR


Discover the most beautiful historical sights of Central European countries. Magic Prague will leave an unforgettable impression on you. Berlin, Germany's capital is one of the most important metropolises in Europe. Gorgeous historical jewels of Czechia, Poland, Hungary, Austria and Germany will bring you to the heart of ancient European history. Eventful cultural programs, beautiful nature and the best entertainment are waiting for you. This fantastic holiday in the heart of Europe is full of knowledge, excitement and unforgettable experiences.

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19 nights in special selected first class and comfort hotels • Double rooms with private baths and/or shower
1 welcome dinner with Tour Director and fellow travelers (WD) • 19 breakfasts (B) • 1 launch dinner (L) • 7 dinners (D) • 1 farewell dinner (FD)
Deluxe air-conditioned motor coach with reclining seats and reading lights • Experienced, professional drivers • Multi-lingual, professional and helpful Tour Director for entire tour • Expert local guides on all major city sightseeing tour as listed • Admission fee for all included guided sightseeing


CZ EuroTour gives you more sightseeing, entry fees, entertainment and meals for basic tour price. We are specialists to this country, our seat is here and we know it very well. Thanks to our contacts we can offer you more value for your money. CZ EuroTour vacations are simply fantastic.
Prague: 2 guided sightseeing tours in old town including: charming quarter Mala Strana with St. Nicholas Church, Charles Bridge in stone (from 1357), Tyn Church, The Jewish Quarter with its cemetery and 13th century synagogue, Prague Diamond Center • Entrance fee to St. Vitus Cathedral, Hradcany Castle, Prague's Eiffel Tower and Mirror Maze • Funicular ride up Petrin hill • Evening music show at the Krizik fountain • Sightseeing coach tour through Prague
Meissen: Visit porcelain manufacture center with museum
Dresden: Entrance fee to Old Master Picture Gallery • Guided orientation tour
Berlin: Guided sightseeing tour with experienced local guide including Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, remains of the Berlin Wall and Russian War Memorial • Overview coach tour
Poznan: A short orientation tour of this historic town including St. Peter and Paul Cathedral
Warsaw: Sightseeing tour including the Old Town, the Warsaw Ghetto and Lazienky park
Czestochowa: Visit Paulite monastery at Jasna Gora
Krakow: Guided sightseeing tour in this medieval city
Auschwitz: Visit memorable concentration camp
Budapest: Sightseeing tour with experienced local guide • Entrance fee to Fisherman's Bastion
Bratislava: Guided orientation tour
Vienna: Sightseeing with a local guide • Visit Schönbrunn Palace, former summer residence of the Habsburg family (e.g. Maria Theresia) • Guided coach tour • Entrance fee to Prater entertainment park
Melk: Entrance fee to the monastery
Salzburg: Sightseeing with local guide
Munich: Local guide leads a sightseeing tour including: the Marienplatz, St. Peter's church, 43-bell Glockenspiel in the 19th century New Town Hall, Frauenkirche • Coach guided tour including Bavaria statue, the famous Olympic stadium, BMW headquarters and TV tower • September tour includes a visit the most popular fun fest, Octoberfest - the classic beer blast
Cesky Krumlov: Entrance fee to Cesky Krumlov Castle
Ceske Budejovice: Visit famous Budweiser brewery
Pribram: Visit Svata Hora, famous pilgrimage site for the Virgin Mary

Budapest: Fisherman's Bastion

Berlin: Brandenburg Gate


Day 1: Departure. Overnight flight to Prague.
Day 2: Prague (CZE). Learn about the history of the "Town of a hundred Golden Towers". See Old Town Hall (1364) with the Astronomical Clock. In Old Town witness architecture ranging from Gothic gloom to Baroque opulence. You can't miss the center of many Bohemian historical changes, Wenceslas Square. This evening we will get to know each other at a Welcome Dinner. (WD)
Day 3: Prague (CZE). Today we visit Prague's Hradcany Castle. We cannot miss Old King's Palace, Vladislav Hall, St. George's Basilica or famous Golden Lane. Explore St. Vitus Cathedral, one of the greatest churches of the 14th century. Then we take a relaxing tour in the beautiful castle gardens. Tonight we enjoy a fascinating show of music, water and lights at the Krizik fountain. (B, D)
Day 4: Prague (CZE). After a guided overview coach tour of Prague we take a leisurely funicular ride up Petrin hill where you can climb up to the top of Prague's Eiffel Tower. This yields a spectacular view of the city. You can't miss the funny Mirror Maze and then the rest of the day is at leisure. Our Tour Director will be pleased to help you arrange your private itinerary. (B)
Day 5: Meissen, Dresden (GER). We head northwest this morning through the beautiful landscape of the Czech-Saxon Switzerland. In Meissen, we visit famous porcelain manufacture museum. Then we visit the historical center of Dresden and Old Master Picture Gallery. (B,D)
Day 6: Berlin (GER). This morning we go to the capital of Germany, Berlin. Our afternoon's guided sightseeing includes Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, remains of the Berlin Wall. The evening is yours. Why not to visit one of many cultural programs? (B)
Day 7: Berlin (GER). After morning over-view coach tour including the 1936 Olympic complex made famous by Jesse Owens, the day is at leisure. In the evening we head to Poznan, Poland. (B)
Day 8: Poznan (POL). We take a short orientation tour in the center of this historic town: Old Square, renaissance Town Hall, Archbishop's Palace. In the afternoon we go to Warsaw, rebuilt capital of Poland. (B, D)
Day 9: Warsaw (POL). Today we visit Old Town, reconstructed after wartime destruction claimed 90% of the town. See St. John's Cathedral and the Warsaw Ghetto. The rest of day is yours. (B,D)
Day 10: Czestochowa, Krakow. An early departure to Czestochowa, site of the magnificent 14th century Paulite monastery at Jasna Gora and home to the famous painting, the 'Black Madonna'. Then continue south to medieval Krakow, formerly the capital of Poland's kingdom and historical center of science. A local guide leads a sightseeing tour. (B, D)
Day 11: Auschwitz, Krakow (POL). This morning we visit the Concentration Camp of Auschwitz. Afternoon is free in Krakow. Why not to visit the Royal Castle, St. Mary's Church or Dragon Cave? (B)
Day 12: Banska Bystrica (SLK), Budapest (HUN). Today we head to south through the beautiful country of central Slovakia. We take a break in the historical center of Banska Bystrica and arrive in the "Twin City", Budapest in the evening.(B, D)
Day 13: Budapest (HUN). Local guide takes us around one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. We see Parliament and Heroes square in Pest, visit Fisherman's Bastion in Buda. Why not take a boat ride on Danube on this free afternoon? (B)
Day 14: Bratislava (SLK), Vienna (AUT). Today we visit the capital of Slovakia - Bratislava. We take a short orientation tour in the center of town. Then we head to Vienna. After a guided coach tour along historic Ring Road we spend this evening in Prater Entertainment Park which features the world famous Giant Ferris Wheel (1896/97).(B, L)
Day 15: Vienna (AUT). Today we visit the showrooms of magnificent Schönbrunn Palace. In the afternoon, a qualified local guide shows us the best sights of the city: the Parliament, Hofburg Imperial Palace, the Opera House, City Hall... and of course we visit famous St. Stephen's Cathedral. The rest of day is yours. Why not go to one of many concerts of Mozart or Strauss music in the evening? (B)
Day 16: Vienna, Melk (AUT). After a free morning (don't miss a stop one of the famous Vienna coffeehouses) we go to Melk, the most beautiful monastery in Austria. Then we head to Salzburg via magnificent Austrian countryside including the Salzkammergut landscape where Emperor Franz Joseph used to spend his holidays. (B)
Day 17: Salzburg (AUT). Today we take a guided tour in this charming city. Here you will find the Cathedral, Hohensalzburg Fortress, Mirabell gardens, St. Peter's Abbey Church and of course we visit the birthplace of Mozart. The Eldelweiss Song will come to your memory while passing the horse-pond. The rest of day is at leisure. Why not enjoy an optional show in famous Hellbrunn Water Gardens? (B)
Day 18: Munich (GER). This morning accompanied by local guide we explore the history of Bavarian capital Munich. The rest of the day is at leisure after a round coach tour. Perhaps visit Olympic Park or a Bavarian Beer hall. (B)
Day 19: Cesky Krumlov (CZE). Today we head north into beautiful Bavarian countryside. In the afternoon we reach Czech borders and visit delightful Cesky Krumlov, listed by UNESCO like one of The Cultural and Natural Monuments of the World. We tour its castle and walk through charming streets of the renaissance town. (B, D)
Day 20: Ceska Budejovice (CZE). Visit the famous original Budweiser brewery, founded in 19th century. Next enjoy a historic square and climb up The Black Tower. Leave Ceske Budejovice, the Royal city founded in 1250 and go to Pribram to visit the famous Virgin Mary's place of pilgrimage, Svata Hora (Holy Mountain). Enjoy a farewell dinner in the evening. (B, FD)
Day 21: Prague / RETURN HOME. After breakfast it is time to say Good Bye. (B)


Vienna: Prater


Krakow (by L. da Vinci)