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EUROPE’S GREATEST CHRISTMAS MARKETS TOUR

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All about the EUROPE’S GREATEST CHRISTMAS MARKETS TOUR.

What’s Included

  • Accomodation 8 Nights  4* Hotel 
  • Dining Summary: 8 Breakfasts  and 6 Dinners 3 courses all with tea or coffee.
  • Group guardian and travel guide
  • Transfer from the airport to the hotel and back 
  • Baggage handling
  • Transfer 7 People VAN
  • All transfers during the trip
  • Attractions included in the program:
  • Insurance NNW 4000 Euro and OC 50 000 Euro

What’s Excluded

  • Any Intenationale flights 
  • Insurance medical costs KL
  1. DAY 1 (27.11) Arrival day in Berlin

    Arrival day in Berlin.

    Airport pickups and transport to the hotel. 

    Check in. 

    Welcome dinner and introduction night.

     

    • ACCOMODATION – Hotel H4  4 *
    • MEALS  – Dinner
    • LOCATION VISITED – Berlin

     

     

  2. DAY 2 (28.11) Potsdam

    After breakfast we depart for the enchanting city of Potsdam. You are going to explore the fascinating history of the Prussian legacy finding out more about one of the greatest and the most eccentric rulers of the XVIII century in Europe: Frederick The Great. During the panoramic visit you will admire the breath-taking summer residence of the king – Sanssouci Palace – the place of gatherings for many important intellectuals during the epoch of their time; as well as one of the most prominent philosophers of the enlightenment: Voltaire. Later you will see the famous Dutch quarter where you will end the tour and have some free time at the local Christmas market. Before leaving Potsdam, we will stop for lunch and try some typical local Brandenburg specialties.

    In the afternoon we departure back to Berlin to find out about the complicated legacy of the German capital. You will learn about the times of the German Empire, Weimar Republic, and dark time of Nazi rule and terrible destruction of the Second World War. On our route we will see the most important landmarks such as Brandenburg gate, the monument of the holocaust victims, Hitler’s bunker, and a relic of the Berlin Wall. After the tour there will be some free time on one of the most recognized Christmas markets in Europe: The Berlin Christmas Market.

     

    • ACCOMODATION – Hotel H4  4*
    • MEALS  – Breakfast & Dinner
    • LOCATION VISITED – Berlin , Potsdam

     

     

  3. DAY 3 (29.11) Berlin, Dresden, Prague

    After breakfast we will depart for Prague stopping on the way in one of the most beautiful German cities – Dresden. During the city tour you will explore the famous Florence on the Elbe,” also called the Pearl of European Baroque. The capital of Saxony is one of the most powerful symbols of the destruction of the Second World War but also an extraordinary example of the post-war reconstruction. You will start with emblematic Semper Opera where Richard Wagner composed some of his famous works, and Zwinger Palace residence of August II the Strong Elector of Saxony, and King of Polish. During the walk you will also find out why, in the heart of protestant city there is a Catholic cathedral. You will see the longest mural made out of Meissen porcelain in the world depicting the parade of the Saxon rulers from the Wettin dynasty. The tour concludes in front of the Church of Our Lady (Dresden Frauenkirche), a complete reconstruction, and a symbol of German revival and peace building in post-war Europe. Before the lunch you will have some free time to enjoy the largest German Christmas Market – Dresden’s Striezelmarkt. After trying some typical local Saxon dishes, we will depart for Prague.

    Check in the hotel and have dinner. 

     

    • ACCOMODATION – Volcano SPA Hotel 4*
    • MEALS  – Breakfast & Dinner
    • LOCATION VISITED – Berlin , Dresden ,Prague

     

    VOLCANO SPA HOTEL  

  4. DAY 4 (30.11) Prague

    Prague the city of delicious beer and rich culture.

    After breakfast explore the finest of what the Czech capital has to offer: the enchanting market square with the majestic town hall and spectacular city clock. Find out about the Medieval life, the rebel of the religious reformist John Hus. Explore the Jewish quarter: Josefov, learn interesting stories about its former inhabitants. Visit famous Charles bridge and iconic John Lennon’s wall.

    After the guided tour have some free time to explore the Christmas market. During lunch you will sample typical Czech food accompanied with the delicious Czech beer.

    Departure to the hotel.

    In the evening you will start your great beer and culture tour where you will dive into a fascinating word of this beloved Czech beverage. You will visit several local pubs and craft breweries where you will learn more about the secrets of the beer production. You will sample different kind of beers concluded with a tasty dinner in one of the local restaurants. 

     

     

    • ACCOMODATION – Volcano SPA Hotel 4*
    • MEALS  – Breakfast
    • LOCATION VISITED – Prague

     

     

  5. DAY 5 (01.12) Prague, Wroclaw

    After breakfast explore the most spectacular part of medieval Prague – the Hradczany Castle – largest medieval castle in Europe. See the impressive Saint Vitus Cathedral and the magic Strachov Monasterya scenery used in many Hollywood movies such as Casino Royale.

    Departure to Wroclaw Poland, on the way have a break for lunch in the provincial tavern.

    After crossing the Sudetes Mountains enter into the Polish province of Silesia, and arrive in its capitol Wroclaw. Explore the Christmas market and enjoy your orientation tour.

    Dinner in a Polish restaurant.

     

    • ACCOMODATION – HP PLAZA 4*
    • MEALS  – Breakfast & Dinner
    • LOCATION VISITED – Prague ,Wroclaw

     

     

  6. DAY 6 (02.12) Wroclaw, Krakow

    Wroclaw – Explore the very unique Polish city with the mixed past of the German, Prussian, Austrian, and Czech legacy. Situated on the Oder River and its tributaries is known as the city of one hundred bridges. You will have a unique opportunity to admire the city from a completely different perspective – from the seat of an old retro tram. You will explore the monumental complex of the Centennial Hall – a UNESCO world heritage site – and the oldest part of the city: Cathedral Island with the majestic gothic cathedral of Saint John the Baptist as well as several other churches and cloisters. After the ride have a break at a local market hall and visit the striking interior of Wroclaw University, the Aula Leopoldina, a fine example of Austrian Baroque.

    Time for lunch and departure to Cracow. 

     

    • ACCOMODATION – PARK INN RADISSON 4*
    • MEALS  – Breakfast & Dinner
    • LOCATION VISITED – Wroclaw , Krakow

     

     

  7. DAY 7 (03.12) Krakow, Auschwitz-Birkenau

    After breakfast start your guided tour in the royal Cracow, the former capital of polish kingdom and capital of the region of Lesser Poland. During the Second World War the city was strongly affected by the Nazi occupation, and persecution of both Polish and Jewish inhabitants. The visit starts in the former Nazi concentration and death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau – the largest extermination camp in Europe. After the visit to both compounds, Auschwitz and Birkenau, we will arrive to Cracow to have lunch in the Jewish quarter: Kazimierz – trying some typical specialties of the Jewish-Polish cuisines. During the guided tour we will admire several synagogues, visit the former ghetto, and visit the famous Schindler’s factory, which will help us understand the harsh conditions during the Nazi occupation of Poland.

    Evening: free time to explore the local Christmas market. 

     

    • ACCOMODATION – PARK INN RADISSON 4*
    • MEALS  – Breakfast
    • LOCATION VISITED – Krakow , Auschwitz-Birkenau

     

     

  8. DAY 8 (04.12) Krakow

    After breakfast we will dive into the Medieval history of Poland. We will visit the oldest complex the emblematic Wawel Hill with the royal caste and Stanislaus Cathedral. Going down from the hill you will experience the Royal Road, which goes through some of the most important historical landmarks of Cracow, used for coronation processions and parades. Strolling through the enchanting streets of Poland’s former capital with numerous churches, tenant houses, and palaces you are going to make your way to the main square. 

    You will be bewitched by the beauty of Saint Mary Basilica with the impressive altarpiece of one of the greatest gothic sculptures, Veit Stoss. In the busy Cloth Hall, you will have time to buy local products like amber jewelry and other hand-crafted items

    Time for lunch and free time in the afternoon. 

    Optional tour to the Wieliczka Salt Mine.

  9. DAY 9 (05.12) Krakow

    Breakfast.

    Check out.

    Departures to the airport.

     

    • ACCOMODATION – PARK INN RADISSON 4*
    • MEALS  – Breakfast
    • LOCATION VISITED – Krakow