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Duration: 15 days
Trip code: ECPTDL
This exciting 15-day tour travels through 6 amazing European countries. Discover the highlights of Eastern Europe as you begin your bus tour in the Balkans, in the stunning Croatian city of Dubrovnik, plus a visit to the picturesque Plitvice Lakes. Travel on to Hungary and beautiful Budapest, soak up the vibe in Vienna and visit the gothic city of Prague. Explore Berlin and hang out in Amsterdam before returning to the UK. It’s an Eastern European dream!
Be inspired by Eastern Europe on this exciting 15-day tour. Travel through 6 incredible European countries including Croatia, Hungary, Austria, the Czech Republic & Germany!
You'll be roadtripping in style, on board a comfortable coach with like-minded explorers! Enjoy free Wi-Fi, individual USB ports, a TV, toilet, aircon/heating, and reclining seats – everything you need to relax as the European landscape sweeps by!
Joining you on your coach is a top-notch driver and guide dedicated to delivering a fantastic experience. With unique local knowledge and a keen sense of direction (especially when it comes to tasty food and nightlife!) your crew will ensure you have the trip of a lifetime!
And that’s not all. You’ll also be joined by a dedicated Chef who’ll whip up scrumptious meals for you at camp!
Let the adventure begin!
Day 1: Dubrovnik. Begin your Eastern European exploration in the dazzling walled city of Dubrovnik. Meet your group and tour guide and head out on a walking tour, then make the most of the vibrant city nightlife!
Day 2: Dubrovnik. A free day to explore the amazing city of Dubrovnik, which has been labelled ‘paradise on earth’.
Day 3: Plitvice. Travel out of Dubrovnik and into the walled town of Zadar, and then on to Plitvice Lakes for the wow factor!
Day 4: Plitvice. Prepare for your jaw to drop as you explore the picturesque Plitvice Lakes National Park. This breathtaking place really has to be seen to be believed!
Day 5: Budapest. Head across into Hungary’s capital city, Budapest and see sights such as Heroes Square, the National Palace, Parliament House and Fisherman’s Bastion.
Day 6: Budapest. A free day in the beautiful city of Budapest. Budapest is famous for its amazing hot thermal baths as well as lively bars, historic sites and shopping!
Day 7: Krakow. Head into Poland and explore majestic Krakow. Take a walking tour around this beautiful city and soak up some culture, history, and nightlife!
Day 8: Krakow. A free day dedicated to Krakow. Why not check out some museums, get some snaps next to Krakow's famous landmarks, or just chill out on the river banks and watch the world go by.
Day 9: Prague. It’s a moving start to the day as you visit Auschwitz, a former concentration camp, before moving on to the gothic Czech capital city, Prague, where you can enjoy some of Europe’s best nightlife!
Day 10: Prague. Prague really is the jewel of Eastern Europe, and you can wander along the iconic Charles Bridge and explore all the delights of this city on a free day.
Day 11: Berlin. Travel out of the Czech Republic and into the German city of Dresden. Bus onwards into Berlin, once divided by the legendary Berlin Wall, and tick another European capital city off your bucket list.
Day 12: Berlin. Free time to wander round Berlin: Visit the Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie and the Reichstag building. Optional Third Reich walking tour (extra cost of 9 Euros) or optional nightlife tour (12 Euros).
Day 13: Amsterdam. Travel into the Netherlands to learn how cheese and clogs are made! Be awed by Amsterdam and see Dam Square, the Royal Palace and National Monument, and even visit the notorious Red Light district!
Day 14: Amsterdam. A delicious farewell dinner is followed by an optional canal cruise around Amsterdam’s magical waterways – it’s the ideal way to end your European tour.
Day 15: Amsterdam back to London. Catch a ferry back to England where the trip finishes this evening in London.
Please note: Free on-coach Wi-Fi is available but speed and connection relies on local 3G / 4G networks, and signal can be intermittent in some of the more remote areas.