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Northeast Europe 13 days

Tour code: EU01

Year of 2020 Land Tour Fare Airfare Total Single Supplement
4/22 $1800 $900 $2700 $550
5/27 $2900 $1000 $2900 $550
7/01 $2000 $1000 $3000 $550
7/22 $2000 $1000 $3000 $550
8/26 $1900 $1100 $3000 $550
9/30 $1900 $1100 $3000 $550
10/14 $1900 $900 $2800 $550
* Land Tour Fare listed above are per person in U. S. dollars based on two adults sharing one room, double occupancy. A customer who travels alone is required to pay a single room supplement.
* Airfare listed above includes fuel surcharge and tax. Roundtrip international airfare is based on American Airline (AA), New York (JFK) departure. For departure other than New York (JFK), please add appropriate USA add-on fares:
Eastern Standard Time Zone: $200
Central Standard Time Zone: $200
Monutain Standard Time Zone: $300
Pacific Standard Time Zone (except LAX, SFO): $300
San Francisco (SFO) & Los Angeles (LAX): $200
Airline fuel surcharge and tax may change at any time. Customers are responsible for these charges.
* Children under 12 (2-11 years of age) share room with two adults and not asking for extra bed, they will be charged 85% of a regular adult fare, if they need an extra bed in the same room with two adults, they will be charged at the regular adult fare. Children 12 and older will be charged at the regular adult fare.


Day 1 USA - Berlin, Germany

Board the trans-Atlantic flight for Berlin, the capital of Germany.

Day 2 Berlin

Meet your tour guide at airport and transfer to hotel. Enjoy the rest of the day free to explore Berlin at your leisure.

  • Includes Dinner

Day 3 Berlin

Having reclaimed its position as the capital of reunified Germany in 1990, Berlin bristles with energy, history, and modernity. This morning, take in the city's best-known sights on a fascinating tour. View the Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag Parliament, Victory Column, Chancellery, Forum Fridericianum, Nikolaiviertel Quarter, Gendarmenmarkt, Botschaftsviertel, Potsdamer Platz, and the Kurfurstendamm with its shops, theaters, and galleries. In addition, pass what were once the East Berlin landmarks of Unter den Linden street, the Lustgarten and the Rotes Rathaus town hall. This afternoon, enjoy an excursion to nearby Potsdam, once the seat of Prussia's kings. Here, visit Sanssouci Park, strolling past the imperial buildings to stretch your legs around the leafy walkways, fountains and terraced vineyards created by Frederick the Great in the mid-1700s.

  • Includes Breakfast, Dinner

Day 4 Berlin - Dresden

After breakfast, view the rural landscapes of eastern Germany on route to Dresden, a glorious city on the River Elbe that was heavily bombed in World War II. On arrival at midday, see why the city is often nicknamed the “Florence of the Elbe” on a tour of its Baroque and Renaissance architectural gems. Marvel at the Frauenkirche—a stunning Baroque church that has become a symbol of the revitalized city—together with the Neumarkt, Semper Opera House, Zwinger, Residenzschloss, Bruhl Terrace, Catholic Court Church, Taschenbergpalais and graceful Augustus Bridge. Later, check in to your Dresden hotel and relax over dinner in its restaurant tonight.

  • Includes Breakfast, Dinner

Day 5 Dresden - Wroclaw, Poland 

Leave Germany this morning and cross the border into Poland’s southwestern province of Silesia to visit its capital—Wroclaw. After arrival, discover the charms of this history-steeped city—of dubbed the “City of 100 Bridges”—on a tour of its impressive Gothic Old Town, reconstructed after WWII, and situated on Ostrow Tumski, an island bordered by the River Oder. Admire the Gothic Town Hall in the Old Market Square, as well as highlights such as the University building and its magnificent Aula Leopoldina Baroque hall. Then, check in at your Wroclaw hotel and savor dinner there this evening.

  • Includes Breakfast, Dinner

Day 6 Wroclaw - Oswiecim (Auschwitz) -Krakow

After breakfast, relax as you travel south to the small Polish town of Oswiecim, which is better known by its German name of Auschwitz and overshadowed by its past as the location of this most notorious of WWII Nazi concentration camps. This afternoon, pay a sobering visit to the Auschwitz Concentration Camp-Complex*, now a UNESCO World Heritage site and museum and monument to its victims. Tour the outbuildings—which now serve as the museum—and see locations such as the gas chambers and crematoria—as you hear tales of the terrible atrocities that were committed here. Later, travel onward to Krakow to check in at your hotel and enjoy dinner.

  • Includes Breakfast, Dinner

Day 7 Krakow - Wieliczka - Krakow

A morning of discovering Krakow, often considered Poland’s most beautiful city, awaits after breakfast. Join a guide to explore the UNESCO-protected Old Town, where slender lanes radiate out from the enormous, cobbled Main Market Square and its crowning glory—the ornate Cloth Hall. Take insights including St. Mary’s Church, the 14th-century Jagiellonian University, and Barbican Tower, one of the last remaining relics of Krakow’s medieval fortifications. You’ll also stroll around the hilltop Wawel Castle and Cathedral, the one-time seats of Poland’s kings. This afternoon, head for the UNESCO-listed Wieliczka Salt Mine*, where a string of 20 underground chambers have been chiseled from rock salt to dazzling effect; including the Chapel of St. Kinga, with its glittering salt-carved altars, statues, and chandeliers. Tonight, enjoy dinner at your Krakow hotel.

  • Includes Breakfast, Dinner

Day 8 Krakow - Radom - Warsaw   

Following breakfast, travel north via Radom to Poland’s lovely capital of Warsaw. Upon arrival in the early afternoon, take a sightseeing tour of this remarkable city, which has remarkably survived an almost continuously war-torn past. Hear tales of its turbulent history as you roam the Old Town—rebuilt after its destruction in WWII—and view Castle Square and King Sigismund’s Column, along with the Royal Castle, St. John’s Cathedral, and austere Soviet-period Palace of Culture and Science. Other sights include the Mermaid Statue, Chopin Monument, and leafy Lazienki Park with its Palace on the Water. Round off your day with dinner at your hotel in the city.

  • Includes Breakfast, Dinner

Day 9 Warsaw - Augustow - Alytus, Lithuania - Vilnius

Gaze over northern Poland’s flat lowlands today as we drive to Augustow, a resort town beautifully situated on the River Netta and Augustow Canal, and known for its therapeutic spas. Then, continue into forested Lithuania, passing through the charming town of Alytus on our way to Vilnius, the country’s appealing capital. After a late afternoon arrival, check in at your hotel before joining us for dinner at a local restaurant within easy walking distance of your accommodations.

  • Includes Breakfast, Dinner

Day10 Vilnius - Panevezys - Riga, latvia

Following breakfast, enjoy a morning tour of Vilnius: viewing its must-see buildings and charting its history with a guide. Once the hub of the wealthy Duchy of Lithuania, its picturebook Old Town brims with historical sights. Follow your guide to see its 18th-century Gediminas Tower, Vilnius Cathedral, and Palace of the Dukes; and stop to admire St. Anna’s Church, St. Bernadine’s Church, the St. Peter and Paul Church, and the Old University and Chapel of Dawn, famous for its painting of the Madonna. Next, continue your journey to Latvia via Panevezys, passing forests and farms on route to Riga, its capital. Check in at your hotel in the early evening and finish today with dinner at a traditional nearby restaurant.

  • Includes Breakfast, Dinner

Day11 Riga - Parnu, Estonia - Tallinn 

This morning brings a great overview of Riga’s sights and history, with a guided tour of its postcard-pretty Old Town and Art Nouveau district. Discover Riga Castle, the Dome Cathedral, and St. Peter’s Church; and take in the Swedish Gate, Three Brothers, and the Large and Small Guilds, as well as the Freedom Monument among other sites as your guide chronicles their past and the city’s heritage. Later, travel on to Estonia, tracing the coastline via the seaside resort of Parnu to its capital—Tallinn. After checking in, your day ends with dinner at your hotel.

  • Includes Breakfast, Dinner

Day12 Tallinn 

Relax over breakfast before discovering enchanting Tallinn, once a wealthy Hanseatic port and boasting a 1,000-year history. Admire its highlights on a guided tour of the cobbled streets and squares, checking off its medieval walls and fortifications, in addition to the Upper Town’s Toompea Castle, Dome Cathedral, and onion-domed Alexander Nevsky Orthodox Cathedral before exploring the Lower Town, with its gorgeous Old Town Square, Town Hall, Niguliste Church, and Oliveste Church. Also, take a scenic drive along the Bay of Tallinn to see its ruined St. Brigitta Convent and Pirita Olympic Harbour. This afternoon, enjoy an excursion to the Kadriorg Palace and Park*, where manicured gardens and ponds surround a palace built for Peter the Great in 1718. Afterward, return to Tallinn and mark the last night of your vacation with a hearty medieval dinner at an atmospheric city restaurant.

  • Includes Breakfast, Dinner

Day13 Tallinn - USA

Transfer to Warsaw Airport and board your international flight back to the US.

  • Includes Breakfast


Breakfast daily at hotel. 
Lunches or dinners provided as specified in the itinerary.


Berlin………………Holiday Inn Berlin City or similar
Prague..……………Occidental Prague or similar
Krakow….…………Hotel Hilton Garden Inn Krakow or similar
Warsaw……………Novotel Warsaw Centrum or similar
Vilnius…..…………Hotel Conti or similar
Riga……………..…Hotel Opera & Spa or similar
Tallinn…………..…Hotel Centennial Tallinn or similar

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