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Highlights of Central Europe - Exodus Travels
Highlights of Central Europe - Exodus Travels
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28 reviews
Starts
Prague
Destinations
+18
Ends
Wieliczka Salt Mine
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Highlights

  • Visit Prague’s famous Wenceslas Square
  • Discover the mediaeval town of Mikulov
  • Explore Vienna’s Schonbrunn Palace
  • Marvel at glacial valleys and waterfalls
Age range
16 to 80 year olds
Accommodation
Hotel
Max Group Size
18
Transportation
Coach / Bus
Start in Prague and end in Wieliczka Salt Mine! With the coach/bus tour Highlights of Central Europe, you have a 14 day tour package taking you through Prague, Czech Republic and 18 other destinations in Europe. Highlights of Central Europe includes accommodation in a hotel as well as an expert guide, meals, transport.

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  • Highlights of Central Europe reviewer 1
    Written on August 3, 2013
    5.0 - Excellent

    The tour takes in five of Central Europe's historic capitals, allowing you to see as much as possible in the time available. Hotels and breakfasts are good. A few of the travelling days are longish, but by comfortable coach. An excellent mix of Culture (music everywhere in Prague and Vienna and assorted museums), superb Mountains, Castles and Fortresses, beautiful Cities and many lovely Villages and Towns passing through green farmland as well as the sombre Jewish quarters What a wonderful trip This was a really interesting, busy holiday that did exactly what it said in the brochure. What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?My favourite stop was Cesky Krumlov in the Czech Republic, where  the view from our room was breath taking. Seeing the peaks and lakes and walking in the Tatra mountains was exhilarating.   This trip is for people who enjoy visiting historical cities with revitalising breaks along the way.  Visit to the wine tasting was fun..What did you think of your group leader?Peter was a charming guide, well informed and so pleased to pass on all the information about his country.He was very enthusiastic over all the activities  whether in cities, towns, or mountains. He catered for different interests  while making the entire group gel.  Peter spent all his time with the whole group and could not have been more helpful.  He always found traditional restaurants for the whole group  so that we could sample the local delicacies and at a cheaper price than in the main tourist areas.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?Go for it!  Is there anything else you would like to add?  Holasovic and Znojemska for me  are quite frankly, not worth it. More time could have been spent in Cesky Krumlov, allowing a walk along the river.The small town and mountain breaks contrasted with the walks through the cities, with the local guides giving us a potted history on our walking tours., Prague and Budapest were beautiful and could be revisited. ,Just a taster for Vienna and Krakow. .This trip is for people who enjoy visiting historical cities with revitalising breaks along the way. There is not much time for browsing or shopping on this trip Expanded trip notes with some city guides, details of the small stopping places and a road map of the bus journey would have been interesting to browse on the bus, perhaps from the day before . A sketch of the town showing the location of the most important buildings + other highlights + good cafes would have been useful: Peter gave us a map,marked with the hotel when we arrived but it would have been nice to have had it earlier although it was impressive to just stroll, I would have preferred to have seen a map when doing so (e.g. Cesky Krumlov, Sopron, Mikulov). I also enjoyed 2 days in Prague before the trip began, the highlight being Ivan Lendl's poster collection of Mucha and attending a Prague chamber orchestra recital both in the Municipal House, an Art Nouveau building. 

  • Highlights of Central Europe reviewer 2
    Written on August 3, 2013
    5.0 - Excellent

    The tour takes in five of Central Europe's historic capitals, allowing you to see as much as possible in the time available. Hotels and breakfasts are good. A few of the travelling days are longish, but by comfortable coach. An excellent mix of Culture (music everywhere in Prague and Vienna and assorted museums), superb Mountains, Castles and Fortresses, beautiful Cities and many lovely Villages and Towns passing through green farmland as well as the sombre Jewish quarters What a wonderful trip This was a really interesting, busy holiday that did exactly what it said in the brochure. What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?My favourite stop was Cesky Krumlov in the Czech Republic, where  the view from our room was breath taking. Seeing the peaks and lakes and walking in the Tatra mountains was exhilarating.   This trip is for people who enjoy visiting historical cities with revitalising breaks along the way.  Visit to the wine tasting was fun..What did you think of your group leader?Peter was a charming guide, well informed and so pleased to pass on all the information about his country.He was very enthusiastic over all the activities  whether in cities, towns, or mountains. He catered for different interests  while making the entire group gel.  Peter spent all his time with the whole group and could not have been more helpful.  He always found traditional restaurants for the whole group  so that we could sample the local delicacies and at a cheaper price than in the main tourist areas.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?Go for it!  Is there anything else you would like to add?  Holasovic and Znojemska for me  are quite frankly, not worth it. More time could have been spent in Cesky Krumlov, allowing a walk along the river.The small town and mountain breaks contrasted with the walks through the cities, with the local guides giving us a potted history on our walking tours., Prague and Budapest were beautiful and could be revisited. ,Just a taster for Vienna and Krakow. .This trip is for people who enjoy visiting historical cities with revitalising breaks along the way. There is not much time for browsing or shopping on this trip Expanded trip notes with some city guides, details of the small stopping places and a road map of the bus journey would have been interesting to browse on the bus, perhaps from the day before . A sketch of the town showing the location of the most important buildings + other highlights + good cafes would have been useful: Peter gave us a map,marked with the hotel when we arrived but it would have been nice to have had it earlier although it was impressive to just stroll, I would have preferred to have seen a map when doing so (e.g. Cesky Krumlov, Sopron, Mikulov). I also enjoyed 2 days in Prague before the trip began, the highlight being Ivan Lendl's poster collection of Mucha and attending a Prague chamber orchestra recital both in the Municipal House, an Art Nouveau building. 

  • Highlights of Central Europe reviewer 3
    Written on July 5, 2013
    4.0 - Good

    I enjoyed this trip very much.  It was my third Exodus trip and I pretty well knew what to expect.  We had a very good group, all very good to travel with.  The trip is fairly fast paced.  You visit 5 countries in 14 days so you are not in any country very long, but what a great opportunity to visit so many places.  However, some of the small village stops did not seem like good uses of time.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?Visiting Auschwitz was very meaningful for me personally.  It is part of why I chose this itinerary.  I have been to the Holocaust museum in Washington, DC and the Ann Frank house/museum in Amsterdam.  If I was going to be in Krakow, I had to go to Auschwitz. What did you think of your group leader?Peter was very good.  He is serious about his job, tries hard, and is very personable.  He had not done this particular tour before, but he did a good job.  He was not familiar with sending people to Auschwitz and we almost missed the bus, but they waited for the three of us and we made it.  He did a good job arranging group meals when we wanted that, which was most nights.I wouldn't hesitate to travel with Peter again.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?A big deal for me was the amount of walking involved.  I am 68 years old, somewhat overweight and have back issues.  The trip notes describe this as a leisurely trip with some walking involved on a few days but the walking is gentle and is optional.  It is more correct to say walking is required everyday, some of it with longish uphill sections (several) and it is not optional, because the tour is a walking tour.  If you opt out of walking, you opt out of the tour.  Most people did not have any problems with the walking, about 3 or 4 did.  I just think the material should more accurately describe the walking required.Dealing with currency was a chore.  I continuously got too little because I didn't want to get stuck with it.  When I left Poland, very early, I did not see a foreign exchange window so I brought home a little more foreign currency than I wanted to.Is there anything else you would like to add?Hotels were good, breakfasts were good.  Most hotels had a bar or at least sold beer and wine at reception.  I enjoyed having a single room to my self.The bus was perfect.  Most people got 2 seats to themselves.  The driver was excellent.All of the food that I had was good to excellent, beer always very good.The visit to the wine cellar was fun.  Huge platters of sausage, cheese, olives and bread with plenty of wine.

  • Highlights of Central Europe reviewer 4
    Written on July 5, 2013
    4.0 - Good

    I enjoyed this trip very much.  It was my third Exodus trip and I pretty well knew what to expect.  We had a very good group, all very good to travel with.  The trip is fairly fast paced.  You visit 5 countries in 14 days so you are not in any country very long, but what a great opportunity to visit so many places.  However, some of the small village stops did not seem like good uses of time.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?Visiting Auschwitz was very meaningful for me personally.  It is part of why I chose this itinerary.  I have been to the Holocaust museum in Washington, DC and the Ann Frank house/museum in Amsterdam.  If I was going to be in Krakow, I had to go to Auschwitz. What did you think of your group leader?Peter was very good.  He is serious about his job, tries hard, and is very personable.  He had not done this particular tour before, but he did a good job.  He was not familiar with sending people to Auschwitz and we almost missed the bus, but they waited for the three of us and we made it.  He did a good job arranging group meals when we wanted that, which was most nights.I wouldn't hesitate to travel with Peter again.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?A big deal for me was the amount of walking involved.  I am 68 years old, somewhat overweight and have back issues.  The trip notes describe this as a leisurely trip with some walking involved on a few days but the walking is gentle and is optional.  It is more correct to say walking is required everyday, some of it with longish uphill sections (several) and it is not optional, because the tour is a walking tour.  If you opt out of walking, you opt out of the tour.  Most people did not have any problems with the walking, about 3 or 4 did.  I just think the material should more accurately describe the walking required.Dealing with currency was a chore.  I continuously got too little because I didn't want to get stuck with it.  When I left Poland, very early, I did not see a foreign exchange window so I brought home a little more foreign currency than I wanted to.Is there anything else you would like to add?Hotels were good, breakfasts were good.  Most hotels had a bar or at least sold beer and wine at reception.  I enjoyed having a single room to my self.The bus was perfect.  Most people got 2 seats to themselves.  The driver was excellent.All of the food that I had was good to excellent, beer always very good.The visit to the wine cellar was fun.  Huge platters of sausage, cheese, olives and bread with plenty of wine.

  • Highlights of Central Europe reviewer 5
    Written on June 19, 2013
    4.0 - Good

    All in all a good trip. We covered a lot of ground in a short time. The pace was good but I did not like the late starts as we had so much to see. Most mornings started at 9:30 or 10, much too late. Definitely need an extra day in Vienna, Budapest and Krakow. Maybe make this a 16 day trip. Depending where you come from in N. America the Tatra Mountains could be missed. Most N. Americans visiting Europe are interested in the old cities, nature we can get at home. Good hotels.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?Standing in the centre of Prague with the rain pelting down but still feeling the ambience of the city. The fact that most of the cities we were visiting were experiencing the worst floods of the century and it was raining in nearly every place we visited did not deter from the fantastic feeling of walking in history. What did you think of your group leader?Peter was good and tried very hard. His English was not so good. He "ummed and ahhed" too much especially when he got nervous. When asked a simple question, he would go into a long explanation instead of just answering the question. He needs to be a little more decisive as we wasted a lot of time making decisions which drove some of us to walk away from the group and go on our own. Lot of time wasted at hotels getting keys, couldn't this be ararranged ahead of time?Do you have any advice for potential travellers?If you want a slow paced trip and not too much difficult walking, this trips for you. However, there is a lot of walking on cobble streets which makes for tired feet and backs. Pack light as most hotels do not have elevators.If you are a person who gets up early and wants to go, this trip is not for you.Is there anything else you would like to add?Some of the villages we visited were not worth it. I think it was Mikulov where nothing was open or it could have been Holasovice. Obviously since I can't remember the name, neither of them were memorable. I know it's hard on a trip like this to balance travelling time with visiting time but some of the sites were better left and give more time to the cities which were really interesting. Also, some of us really need a break for coffee and a snack in the morning and afternoon. Sometimes we went from breakfast till 1 or 2 without a break and for someone with low blood sugar this is not good. Some nights we didn't eat dinner till 10pm which is way too late. We don't need a sit down full course lunch; most people are happy with a sandwich and a coffee. This would also not waste so much time.

  • Highlights of Central Europe reviewer 6
    Written on June 19, 2013
    4.0 - Good

    All in all a good trip. We covered a lot of ground in a short time. The pace was good but I did not like the late starts as we had so much to see. Most mornings started at 9:30 or 10, much too late. Definitely need an extra day in Vienna, Budapest and Krakow. Maybe make this a 16 day trip. Depending where you come from in N. America the Tatra Mountains could be missed. Most N. Americans visiting Europe are interested in the old cities, nature we can get at home. Good hotels.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?Standing in the centre of Prague with the rain pelting down but still feeling the ambience of the city. The fact that most of the cities we were visiting were experiencing the worst floods of the century and it was raining in nearly every place we visited did not deter from the fantastic feeling of walking in history. What did you think of your group leader?Peter was good and tried very hard. His English was not so good. He "ummed and ahhed" too much especially when he got nervous. When asked a simple question, he would go into a long explanation instead of just answering the question. He needs to be a little more decisive as we wasted a lot of time making decisions which drove some of us to walk away from the group and go on our own. Lot of time wasted at hotels getting keys, couldn't this be ararranged ahead of time?Do you have any advice for potential travellers?If you want a slow paced trip and not too much difficult walking, this trips for you. However, there is a lot of walking on cobble streets which makes for tired feet and backs. Pack light as most hotels do not have elevators.If you are a person who gets up early and wants to go, this trip is not for you.Is there anything else you would like to add?Some of the villages we visited were not worth it. I think it was Mikulov where nothing was open or it could have been Holasovice. Obviously since I can't remember the name, neither of them were memorable. I know it's hard on a trip like this to balance travelling time with visiting time but some of the sites were better left and give more time to the cities which were really interesting. Also, some of us really need a break for coffee and a snack in the morning and afternoon. Sometimes we went from breakfast till 1 or 2 without a break and for someone with low blood sugar this is not good. Some nights we didn't eat dinner till 10pm which is way too late. We don't need a sit down full course lunch; most people are happy with a sandwich and a coffee. This would also not waste so much time.

  • Highlights of Central Europe reviewer 7
    Written on June 17, 2013
    3.0 - Average

    The tour takes in five of Central/Eastern Europe's historic capitals, allowing you to see as much as possible in the  time available. Hotels are good. A few of the travelling days are longish, though not excessive, by Exodus standards, and by comfortable coach. A few of the places visited between the cities are, quite frankly, not worth it, and in one instance quite badly planned. Were it not for this I would rate the trip higher. There were floods during our visit, forcing us to make a few amendments, so there are some things I am unable to comment on. The Exodus staff handled these changes very well.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?I stayed an extra day in Krakow and was able to visit both Auschwitz and the museum that is now in what was  Oskar Schindler's factory. Both were very moving, and the story of Schindler serves as something of an antidote to the horrors of Auschwitz. We were offered tickets to orchestral concerts in Vienna. These were of popular classics, designed primarily for those unused to classical music. Those who went enjoyed it, but I was able to find tickets for a string quartet who play in a particularly beautiful small musical salon where Mozart lived and played. Once again, light and popular, but a remarkable ambience. I include a link http://www.musicofvienna.com/mozart-ensemble.htmThe day in the High Tatras made a pleasant change. Some relatively easy walks can be reached by funicular. One of our group even saw a bear (and was able to confirm that that which is often alleged that bears do in the woods is indeed true)What did you think of your group leader?Pieter was considerate and helpful, and several times put himself out to help us. He slipped up once or twice, I think by taking on too much when some of went off on optional trips, though I got the feeling he learnt by the experiences. He takes his responsibilities very seriously and was very likeable.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?The trip notes imply that there is no advantage in taking local currency. I have to disagree. I was glad I did take all the currencies with me, and those who didn't did have problems. The practice of hotels changing money seems to have ended, and there are frequent changes of currency - sometimes several in a day as you go in and out of countries.Having a two day stop in Vienna in the middle of the trip might seem, as it did to several of us, the ideal place to get your laundry done. Unfortunately the Hotel Exe doesn't do laundry at weekends. There is a launderette a short distance up the road.All electrical plugs are round two pin type. All the hotels have free wifi.There was always an option for vegetarians, though once or twice the choice was a bit limited.If you can I would recommend spending extra time at the beginning and/or the end of the trip. Both Prague and Krakow are fascinating and worthy of more time. In both cases the hotels Exodus use are comfortable and in walking distance of the city centres.Is there anything else you would like to add?The visit to Holasovice (day 3) is a waste of time. Two restaurants (closed), a rather dingy museum and a frankly ludicrous copy of Stonehenge.Vikolinic (day 11) is worth a visit, but the trip notes do not point out that the bus cannot get all the way to the village, and the visit demands a half hour walk, on a road, steeply uphill. Some of our group coudn't do it.One of the worst bits of planning I have seen on any Exodus trip is the proposed visit to Szentendre on day 10. It means leaving Budapest and returning in the evening. All our group wanted the extra time in Budapest, and as we actually passed Szentendre the next day, en-route to the Tatras we visited it then. This was at Pieter's suggestion. Exodus would be foolish not alter the itinery. 

  • Highlights of Central Europe reviewer 8
    Written on June 17, 2013
    3.0 - Average

    The tour takes in five of Central/Eastern Europe's historic capitals, allowing you to see as much as possible in the  time available. Hotels are good. A few of the travelling days are longish, though not excessive, by Exodus standards, and by comfortable coach. A few of the places visited between the cities are, quite frankly, not worth it, and in one instance quite badly planned. Were it not for this I would rate the trip higher. There were floods during our visit, forcing us to make a few amendments, so there are some things I am unable to comment on. The Exodus staff handled these changes very well.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?I stayed an extra day in Krakow and was able to visit both Auschwitz and the museum that is now in what was  Oskar Schindler's factory. Both were very moving, and the story of Schindler serves as something of an antidote to the horrors of Auschwitz. We were offered tickets to orchestral concerts in Vienna. These were of popular classics, designed primarily for those unused to classical music. Those who went enjoyed it, but I was able to find tickets for a string quartet who play in a particularly beautiful small musical salon where Mozart lived and played. Once again, light and popular, but a remarkable ambience. I include a link http://www.musicofvienna.com/mozart-ensemble.htmThe day in the High Tatras made a pleasant change. Some relatively easy walks can be reached by funicular. One of our group even saw a bear (and was able to confirm that that which is often alleged that bears do in the woods is indeed true)What did you think of your group leader?Pieter was considerate and helpful, and several times put himself out to help us. He slipped up once or twice, I think by taking on too much when some of went off on optional trips, though I got the feeling he learnt by the experiences. He takes his responsibilities very seriously and was very likeable.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?The trip notes imply that there is no advantage in taking local currency. I have to disagree. I was glad I did take all the currencies with me, and those who didn't did have problems. The practice of hotels changing money seems to have ended, and there are frequent changes of currency - sometimes several in a day as you go in and out of countries.Having a two day stop in Vienna in the middle of the trip might seem, as it did to several of us, the ideal place to get your laundry done. Unfortunately the Hotel Exe doesn't do laundry at weekends. There is a launderette a short distance up the road.All electrical plugs are round two pin type. All the hotels have free wifi.There was always an option for vegetarians, though once or twice the choice was a bit limited.If you can I would recommend spending extra time at the beginning and/or the end of the trip. Both Prague and Krakow are fascinating and worthy of more time. In both cases the hotels Exodus use are comfortable and in walking distance of the city centres.Is there anything else you would like to add?The visit to Holasovice (day 3) is a waste of time. Two restaurants (closed), a rather dingy museum and a frankly ludicrous copy of Stonehenge.Vikolinic (day 11) is worth a visit, but the trip notes do not point out that the bus cannot get all the way to the village, and the visit demands a half hour walk, on a road, steeply uphill. Some of our group coudn't do it.One of the worst bits of planning I have seen on any Exodus trip is the proposed visit to Szentendre on day 10. It means leaving Budapest and returning in the evening. All our group wanted the extra time in Budapest, and as we actually passed Szentendre the next day, en-route to the Tatras we visited it then. This was at Pieter's suggestion. Exodus would be foolish not alter the itinery. 

  • Highlights of Central Europe reviewer 9
    Written on January 3, 2013
    5.0 - Excellent

    I was a bit worried about being too long on the bus but the timings were so well organised and during these bleak rainy days of winter I think about how happy I was travelling through lovely scenery with a lovely group of people.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?I felt that the whole trip was inspirational and I would love to do it againWhat did you think of your group leader?He was brilliant, relaxed, helpful, lovely sense of humour and great at getting the group to gel so that everyone felt a part of the "family"Do you have any advice for potential travellers?Savour every momentIs there anything else you would like to add?I would like to have spent a bit more time in the smaller more picturesque places.If anyone, like myself travels there and back independently by train make sure you have a map of Prague before you visit and beware of rogue taxi drivers at the station - there are the honest yellow taxis and the rogue ones `

  • Highlights of Central Europe reviewer 10
    Written on January 3, 2013
    5.0 - Excellent

    I was a bit worried about being too long on the bus but the timings were so well organised and during these bleak rainy days of winter I think about how happy I was travelling through lovely scenery with a lovely group of people.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?I felt that the whole trip was inspirational and I would love to do it againWhat did you think of your group leader?He was brilliant, relaxed, helpful, lovely sense of humour and great at getting the group to gel so that everyone felt a part of the "family"Do you have any advice for potential travellers?Savour every momentIs there anything else you would like to add?I would like to have spent a bit more time in the smaller more picturesque places.If anyone, like myself travels there and back independently by train make sure you have a map of Prague before you visit and beware of rogue taxi drivers at the station - there are the honest yellow taxis and the rogue ones `

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  1. Introduction
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  1. Day 1: Start Prague.
  2. Day 2: Full day in Prague, with guided sightseeing and free time.
  3. Day 3: Transfer to historic town of Cesky Krumlov, characterised by cobbled streets, fairy tale buildings and a beautiful castle.
  4. Day 4: Visit Telc with its Renaissance architecture; on to the cliff top castle at Znojmo; transfer to Mikulov in the wine growing area of Moravia.
  5. Day 5: Sightseeing in mediaeval Mikulov; to Lednice; visit the castle and beautiful gardens.
  6. Day 6: Visit the royal town of Skalica and the black kitchen of the Franciscan monastery; on to the village of Straznice, then Plze wine cellars for wine tasting; transfer to Bratislava.
  7. Day 7: Sightseeing in Bratislava; chance to visit the castle and old town; evening transfer to Vienna.
  8. Day 8: Full day sightseeing; optional evening concert.
  9. Day 9: Transfer to historic town of Sopron in Hungary for guided sightseeing; on to Budapest.
  10. Day 10: Guided tour of Budapest with some free time.
  11. Day 11: To the High Tatra Mountains, stopping en route at Banska Stiavnica and UNESCO village of Vlkolinec; visit Strbske Pleso Lake and on to Smokovec.
  12. Day 12: Free half day to explore the High Tatras National Park; afternoon transfer to Krakow.
  13. Day 13: Morning tour visiting Old Market, Mariacki Church and Jewish quarter.
  14. Day 14: End Krakow.

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Destinations

Covering a total distance of approx 1,177 km.
  • Prague (Czech Republic)
  • 142 km
  • Cesky Krumlov (Czech Republic)
  • 93 km
  • Telc (Czech Republic)
  • 57 km
  • Znojmo (Czech Republic)
  • 43 km
  • Mikulov (Czech Republic)
  • 12 km
  • Lednice (Czech Republic)
  • 12 km
  • Mikulov (Czech Republic)
  • 43 km
  • Skalica (Slovakia)
  • 9 km
  • Straznice (Czech Republic)
  • 86 km
  • Bratislava (Slovakia)
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