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Budapest walking tour; Byzantine, Moorish, Romanesque and Hungarian legacies; Holloko, Hungary's most beautiful town; Eger: narrow streets, arcaded buildings, wrought-iron gates; Southern Transdanubia - region of undulating hills, forest clad ridges and rural ambience; The "painted monasteries" of Bucovina; Bran Castle, mythical home of Dracula
Dates & PricesTo book this tour, please refer to the sidebar ►
Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Thu 18 Sep 2014||Fri 03 Oct 2014||$3990|
|Thu 30 Apr 2015||Fri 15 May 2015||$3990|
|Thu 16 Jul 2015||Fri 31 Jul 2015||$3990|
|Thu 17 Sep 2015||Fri 02 Oct 2015||$3990|
Optional Single Supplement: $660 (number of singles limited).
The capital city of Hungary is only the beginning of our journey throughout the heart of Eastern Europe and Budapest's three regions make for the perfect vantage points to view the mighty Danube River in all its glory. The city's renowned shopping along the Vorosmarty Ter will provide hours of entertainment and the sense of discovery will be felt as we search for the monuments in Liberty Square. It's then time to explore Romania, the land of the spectacular Eastern Carpathian Mountains. This country seems to contain all the elements that one can desire in any adventure; a natural beauty that will mystify meshed with cities that exist in a unique world of their own. Understand why the capital city, Bucharest, is nicknamed 'The Little Paris of the East' when we see the influences shine through the city's architectural styles and overall ambience. The sidewalk cafes scattered throughout the garden-laden streets and the fin-de-siecle style of the structures that dot the city are qualities we won't forget anytime soon after our trip. An excursion to the outdoor Bucharest Village Museum shows a collect of the country's oldest structures, from towering windmills, to restored churches.
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