Bratislava, including the historic Old Town; Beautiful Pieniny National Park; High Tatras town of Trencin; Budapest walking tour; Holloko, Hungary's most beautiful town; Byzantine, Moorish, Romanesque and Hungarian legacies

Dates & Prices

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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 DateEnd DatePriceMore Info
Sat 11 Jul 2015Fri 24 Jul 2015 $3680
Sat 12 Sep 2015Fri 25 Sep 2015 $3680$3520 Discounted
Sat 23 Apr 2016Fri 06 May 2016 $3680
Sat 09 Jul 2016Fri 22 Jul 2016 $3680
Sat 10 Sep 2016Fri 23 Sep 2016 $3680

Optional Single Supplement: $580 (number of singles limited).

Tour Overview

What is better than experiencing Eastern Europe by enjoying a simple

stroll along the winding streets of Slovakia's capital city, Bratislava, and

undertaking an adventure along the hiking trails of the Tatras mountain ranges? A tour of the 'Cave of Freedom' or a chairlift ride up to the summit of Mount Chopok is an opportunity not to be passed up while touring the Low Tatras. In Hungary, we see how important the land itself is to its civilisation; the Danube, which runs through Budapest, is the lifeline of the city and can we see from the immaculate old structures lining the waterway today how the populous gravitated towards it over the years. The many bridges, including the famous Chain Bridge, serve as perfect objects for framing the mighty waters. The renowned square known as the Vorosmarty Ter is strictly designated for the hundreds of pedestrians that walk around in search of interesting shops or relaxing coffee houses. The horsemen, who are known as csikosok, wear the elaborate uniforms of their forefathers as they tend vast herds of horses in Hortobagy National Park and Wildlife Preserve.

Regions visited: Central And Eastern Europe
Countries visited: Slovakia and Hungary



TOUR STARTBratislava

TOUR ENDBudapest