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Poland, Czech Republic & Austria 2021 (Adult-Exclusive)

8 days with Adventures by Disney   Rating: Deluxe

Itinerary
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DAY 1 KRAKOW, POLAND
Arrive in Krakow
Witamy w Krakowie! Upon your arrival in Krakow, collect your luggage and exit baggage claim and head to the main terminal where you will be greeted by an Adventures By Disney representative. Relax as a driver assists you with your bags and takes you to your hotel.
 
Welcome Reception at the Hotel
Meet and introduce yourself to your fellow Adventurers and Adventure Guides as you kick off what is sure to be a spectacular adventure together.
 
Morski Oko: Folklore Dinner & Entertainment
Begin your trip with a traditional Polish meal where you will savor delicious regional fare as you are entertained by performers who will regale you with folkloric performances that tell about their proud heritage.
 
DAY 2 KRAKOW, POLAND
Breakfast at the Hotel
Enjoy a hearty breakfast and get ready for a day of discovery.
 
Krakow City Tour
Get to know this remarkable city as you visit its iconic sights, including the world’s very first UNESCO World Heritage Site, Wawel Castle. You’ll tour this amazing complex which includes state rooms, a cathedral, bell tower and the Dragon Cave, which, as legend has it, is the lair of the famed Dragon of Wawel Hill in Polish folklore.
 
Lunch at Pod Aniolami with Pierogi Tasting
Enjoy a lovely lunch at this extraordinary restaurant that translates to “Under the Angels.” Dine in a medieval atmosphere that is steeped in historical 13th-century design.
 
Krakow City Tour Continues
You’ll also stop at Barbakan, a fortified outpost that now serves as the gateway into the Old Town of Krakow. Then, visit Market Square, the largest medieval plaza in Europe, measuring an astonishing 430,556 square feet, and home to Cloth Hall, one of Krakow’s most iconic symbols.
 
Obwarzanek “Bagel”-Making Workshop
Learn how to make the traditional—and delicious—obwarzanek, a twisted bagel/pretzel that is a favorite local treat.
 
On Your Own Dinner in Krakow
Enjoy discovering a new favorite restaurant where you can dine on local fare and savor the rich flavors of the region. You can also ask your Adventure Guides to recommend a place that will satisfy your appetite.
 
DAY 3 KRAKOW, POLAND
Breakfast at the Hotel
Begin your morning with a hearty breakfast and get ready for a day of exploration.
 
Choose Your Morning Activity
OPTION A:
 
- Auschwitz Guided Tour: Join a certified Auschwitz guide on a moving tour of the notorious World War II concentration camp. Guests will also have some time on their own for this powerful and solemn experience. Opens a dialog with important information about the Auschwitz Guided Tour.See important details
 
- Lunch at Oswiecim Restaurant: Dine at a local restaurant where you can sample popular regional fare.
 
OPTION B:
 
- Wieliczka Salt Mine Visit: Head deep underground for a fascinating exploration of this stunning salt mine that is over 7 centuries old and made up of more than 150 miles of unparalleled landscapes that include hollow corridors, salt lakes, underground chambers and amazing works of salt art.
 
- Lunch Underground at Salt Mine: Continue your underground adventure with a unique dining experience in the depths of the salt mine.
 
Hero’s Square & Schindler’s Factory Visit
Visit Hero’s Square, which was once a departure point for trains taking the area’s Jewish people to the concentration camps, but now serves as a powerful memorial to Krakow’s Jewish population. You can also enjoy a self-guided visit to the factory of Oskar Schindler, a German entrepreneur who is credited for saving the lives of approximately 1,200 Jews by employing them in his factory.
 
On Your Own Time in Krakow
Enjoy the late afternoon exploring the magnificent city of Krakow on your own.
 
Medieval Dinner at Korzkiew Castle with Medieval Entertainment
Gather with your fellow Adventurers for a private dinner amidst the medieval setting of this 14th-century fortress that is one of a series of fortifications along the famous Eagle Nests Trail. You’ll dine in the oldest Gothic and Renaissance section of the castle, which provides a truly unique dining experience. You’ll also enjoy vodka and chocolate tastings to make your evening even more memorable.
 
DAY 4 PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
Breakfast at the Hotel
Begin with your day with a satisfying breakfast before your coach transfer to Prague.
 
Travel to Prague
Board a private coach and begin your journey to the amazing city of Prague in the Czech Republic.
 
Lunch in Olomouc
Enjoy lunch at a local spot in the lovely city of Olomouc, the 6th largest city in the Czech Republic. It’s known for its 6 baroque fountains and 18th century Holy Trinity Column that is adorned with numerous religious sculptures.
 
Transfer to Prague
Continue your journey to Prague.
 
Dinner On Your Own in Prague
Relax and unwind following your journey from Krakow to Prague with a delicious meal in the wonderful city of Prague. Ask your Adventure Guides to recommend a local restaurant to satisfy your appetite.
 
DAY 5 PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
Breakfast at the Hotel
Enjoy a delicious breakfast before you start today’s adventure.
 
Walking Tour of Prague
Take to the streets of Prague with a local guide on a private tour that’s both entertaining and delicious. Stop for tasty Czech treats while visiting incredible sites, including St. Vitus Cathedral, Golden Lane, Charles Bridge and the oldest clock in the world—the medieval Astronomical Clock, which was first installed in 1410 and is still working!
 
Lunch in Prague on Your Own
Explore the alleys and avenues of Prague with your fellow Adventurers. Ask your Adventure Guides for dining recommendations.
 
Afternoon on Your Own
Explore the city of Prague as you please. Check out the uniquely designed Dancing House and see Prague from atop its highest bell tower, the late-Gothic Jindrišská Tower. And walk through the complex of Klementinum, which houses historical buildings dating back to the 11th century.
 
Progressive Dinner Through Prague’s Gourmet Passage and Municipal House
Meet up with your local guide who will take you through the amazing shops for appetizers in Gourmet Passage before settling in for the main course at the historic Municipal House. Delight in an evening of traditional Czech entertainment and surprises.
 
DAY 6 VIENNA, AUSTRIA
Breakfast at the Hotel
Begin your morning with a tasty breakfast and get ready for a day of fun exploration.
 
Privately Guided Tour of Ceský Krumlov
Enjoy a private tour of Ceský Krumlov with a local guide who will show you the hidden corners of the Czech Republic.
 
Lunch on Your Own in Ceský Krumlov
Explore the quaint town of Ceský Krumlov on your own and sample the local flavors. Be sure to get some dining recommendations from your Adventure Guides.
 
Travel to Vienna
Board a private coach and begin your journey to Austria’s capital city, Vienna.
 
Dinner On Your Own in Vienna
Relax after your journey at any of Vienna’s outstanding restaurants. Your Adventure Guides will be happy to recommend some of their favorite dining establishments.
 
DAY 7 VIENNA, AUSTRIA
Breakfast at the Hotel
Begin your morning with a filling breakfast, and then start today’s adventures with a visit to Schönbrunn Palace.
 
Privately Guided Visit to Schönbrunn Palace
Waltz through the baroque world at its finest as you take a private tour of Austria's most visited destination and a UNESCO World Heritage site—Schönbrunn Palace. 
 
Strudel-Making Demonstration and Tasting
Learn the art of the strudel, one of Austria's most popular treats. Then, enjoy a strudel tasting, accompanied by coffee and hot chocolate.
 
Lunch and Afternoon On Your Own in Vienna
Explore this city known for its Imperial palaces, Museums Quartier district, remarkable architecture and a storied history of music, art and philosophy that resonates throughout. Once the center of the Habsburg Empire, it boasts fascinating attractions including The Hofburg, St. Steven’s Cathedral, the Vienna State Opera House and more. Lunch amid the splendor at one of the remarkable local eateries. Be sure to get some dining recommendations from your Adventure Guides.
 
The Royal Spanish Riding School in Vienna
Visit this famed equestrian school, located in Vienna's Hofburg Castle. Then go backstage for a special tour of the stables and see some of the fine horses housed there.
 
Private Waltz (Quadrille) Lessons
Learn the graceful steps of the waltz—one of the most beautiful and oldest ballroom dances, dating back to the 18th century.
 
Private After-Hours Tour of Vienna Zoo
Join a zoologist and explore the Vienna Zoo, the oldest zoo in Europe, on an exclusive after-hours tour that takes you through this unforgettable setting where culture and nature blend.
 
Private Dinner at the Emperor's Pavilion
Dine with your fellow Adventurers in the heart of the Vienna Zoo at the Emperor's Pavilion, the former breakfast pavilion of the Emperor.
 
DAY 8 VIENNA, AUSTRIA
Breakfast at the Hotel
Bid your fellow Adventurers and newfound friends a fond farewell and enjoy one last meal together in Vienna.
 
Transfer to the Vienna International Airport (VIE)
Board pre-arranged transportation to the airport and say auf wiedersehen—until you return to Central Europe!
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All This Included
Become immersed in the sights and sounds of scenic Central Europe. From a visit to the iconic Wawel Castle in Krakow to the streets of the Bohemian village of Ceský Krumlov near Prague to learning how to waltz in Vienna—your adventures in Poland, Czech Republic and Austria will bring you a lifetime of magical memories.
 
  • 7 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches, 4 Dinners
  • The services of 2 Adventure Guides
  • Outstanding accommodations
  • Admission fees to attractions and performances
  • VIP access and private events
  • Most meals during trip
  • Cultural experiences with local experts
Highlights
  • Prague Walking Tour See the amazing sites of this historic city while stopping for some tasty Czech treats along the way.
  • Progressive Dinner Sample the unique flavors of Prague on a Gourmet Passage tour, then enjoy dinner and entertainment at Municipal House.
  • Auschwitz Visit Pay a solemn visit to this World War II concentration camp that has become a symbol of the Holocaust the world over.
  • Wieliczka Salt Mine Go deep underground on a fascinating visit to this cavernous salt mine that dates back thousands of years.
  • Obwarzanek “Bagel”-Making Workshop Learn how to make the traditional—and delicious—Krakow bagel/pretzel in a hands-on workshop.
  • Wawel Castle Tour Visit this stunning 13th-century castle built at the behest of King Casimir III the Great with a mix styles from various eras.
  • Private Waltz Lessons Learn this centuries-old dance that remains a vital part of Viennese culture and tradition.
  • Schönbrunn Palace Tour Immerse yourself in true Baroque style on a private tour of Austria’s most visited destination.
  • Royal Spanish Riding School Get a behind-the-scenes tour of Vienna’s famed equestrian school at Hofburg Castle.
Accommodations
Krakow: Sheraton Grand Krakow
Prague: Grand Mark Prague
Vienna: Park Hyatt Vienna, Grand Hotel Wien or Kempinski Vienna
Notes
  • Please ask your Vacations To Go travel counselor for more information.
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