Arrival at Munich airport. Meet your tour guide & transfer to hotel .
Overnight in Munich
We’ll leave the big city and head for one of the world’s most famous mountain ranges: the Swiss Alps. The first destination is Engelberg, the stunning Swiss resort. From here you can opt to board a cable car that takes you to the summit of the impressive Mount Titlis. Ascending to the summit of the permanently snow-covered Mt. Titlis is done by a combination of gondolas over three stages. You’ll ascend the last stage by the world’s first revolving gondola: the Titlis Rotair, boasting spectacular views of the valleys, glaciers, lakes and forests below, and 360 degree vistas of the surrounding mountains. At the summit the sun terrace is the perfect place to pause and appreciate the breath-taking panoramas. There’s a 150-meter ice cavern through the core of a glacier to explore at the top. Other highlights include walking across Europe’s highest suspension bridge. You’ll come down from the hills to the lakeside for your next stop. Lucerne is a picturesque city of bridges and towers located in what many people believe to be the true Switzerland. Here you will have time to wander through the charming streets, and see the famous Lion Monument. This is a great place to get souvenirs like Swiss watches and fine chocolates, before travelling to our hotel near Zurich
Overnight in Zurich
TThe final day of the tour begins in Zurich, a city with a reputation as a leading global financial centre. There is chance for a picture stop at the impressive Lake Zurich, before moving on to Rhine Falls, Europe’s biggest waterfall. Next we’ll cross back into Germany and the Black Forest, the ancient fir-covered mountain range, which is famous for its creepy folklore and mythical tales. Here you will see the beautiful lake Titisee, where you can stop at one of the many lakeside cafes to enjoy some of the region’s best Black Forest cherry gateaux. Cuckoo clocks are made in Titisee, making this the ideal place to pick up a few souvenirs from the local shops. Accommodations for the evening are in Frankfurt
Overnight in Frankfurt
After boarding the luxury coach in Frankfurt, sit back and enjoy a scenic ride through some classic German country side en-route to the Czech Republic. is the highlight of Day 4. We will arrive in Prague, one of Europe’s most ornate cities, in the evening
Overnight in Prague
Your Prague adventure begins with a spectacular walk along the Royal Route, following the traditional coronation path of the kings and queens of old Bohemia. We’ll start from the top of Castle Hill in the Hradcany district, famous for its views over the red-roofed old city, and then tour Prague Castle. The castle has been the historic seat of Bohemia royalty since the 9th century, as well as home to the nation’s presidents in recent times. Further exploration then heads off around the imposing gothic St. Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace, St. George’s Basilica and along Golden Lane, an ancient thoroughfare lined with some wonderful traditional buildings. Later we will stroll across the iconic Charles Bridge, which arches gracefully over the Vltava, and on through the winding alleys to the Old Town Square, where you can see the City Hall and one of Prague’s most well-known sights, the Astronomical Clock. After lunch in the square, our coach will make the scenic transfer from Prague to the hotel in or near the Slovakian capital, Bratislava
Overnight in Bratislava
Wednesday sees you arrive in Hungary, the fourth country of the tour. Its capital, Budapest, is known as the Pearl of the Danube, and is essentially two different cities joined together: Buda on the west of the river, Pest on the east, each with its own distinct characteristics. One of the best ways of seeing this unique location is by taking a river cruise, which many people choose to do. We’ll explore both sides of the city on a cultural and historic tour. Highlights on the Buda side of the Danube include Fisherman’s Bastion, the medieval Matthias Church, and Gellert Hill for panoramic views. Highlights over in Pest include the expansive Heroes Square, and Hungary’s dramatic Parliament Building. In the evening, you can choose to round off an eventful day with an optional dinner in the heart of Budapest, where you can sample traditional dishes such as goose liver, goulash, duck leg and local wine, accompanied by Hungarian folk dance and music.
Overnight in Budapest
Today starts with a short journey to another of Europe’s grand capitals, Vienna. Your Vienna adventure begins at one of the city’s most popular attractions: Schonbrunn Palace, the Rococo-style summer residence of the Habsburg dynasty, rulers of Europe and the Church for many decades. The tour service ends at Schonbrunn Palace at 12:00pm. Alternatively, you may stay with the group for the city tour and leave at any photo stop along the Ringstrasse from 3:00pm to 7:00pm
Overnight in Vienna
Today starts with a short journey to another of Europe’s grand capitals, Vienna. Your Vienna adventure begins at one of the city’s most popular attractions: Schonbrunn Palace, the Rococo-style summer residence of the Habsburg dynasty, rulers of Europe and the Church for many decades. The tour service ends at Schonbrunn Palace at 12:00pm. Alternatively, you may stay with the group for the city tour and leave at any photo stop along the Ringstrasse from 3:00pm to 7:00pm.