- 3 Europe’s capitals: Prague, Budapest, Bratislava and additionally Krakow
- 8 places from the UNESCO World Heritage Sites
- 3 National Parks and varied mountains: life and shepherd’s traditions in the Pieniny Mountains, Alpine scenery in the Tatra Mountains, gorges and waterfalls in the Slovak Paradise
- Additionally, discovering the wild nature, contacts with the local population and visiting the most popular places
Day by day:
D1: Start Prague
Arrival in Prague; guided sightseeing of this beautiful city
D2: Prague; train to Valtice
Visiting Prague in the morning, transfer by train to Lednice–Valtice Cultural Landscape after lunch
D3: Gardens of Lednice-Valtice
Walking exploration of the area Lednice – Valtice (UNESCO), visiting Liechtenstein Palace, beautiful gardens and vineyards. Tasting vine in the wine cellar.
After breakfast transfer by train to Bratislava. Day for visiting Slovakian capital, located on the Danube River
In the morning continuation transfer by train, we will arrive to Budapest. Visiting Buda, western part of the Hungarian capital on the west bank of the Danube
D6: Budapest; Transfer to Kosice
Visiting Pest, eastern, mostly flat part of Budapest. Last transfer by train to Kosice (Slovakia) in the late afternoon
D7: Cultural sites of Spiš
First day with private transfer. After breakfast our bus take us to the Spiš District, with beautiful landscapes and abounded in historical monuments. Walking exploration of the area Spiš Castle (UNESCO, one of the largest castle sites in Central Europe, 2h walking); visiting Levoca (UNESCO, beautiful old medieval city), night in Levoca
D8: Slovak Paradise NP
Transfer to Slovak Paradise (UNESCO), walking along beautiful gorges with many waterfalls. Transfer to Zdiar in the tatra Mountains in the evening visiting Kezmarok on the way. 3-4 hours walking
D9: Balcony of the Tatras
Short trekking to Osturnia (1,5-2h) beautiful village with wooden architecture. Spectacular panoramic wievs of the Tatra and Pieniny Mountains. Transfer to Jaworki in Pieniny (Poland) Mountains about midday. Rafting down the river Dunajec and its world famous gorge. 2 nights in Jaworki
D10: Little Pieniny Mt
Discovering the nearby range of the Male Pieniny with the Homole Ravine. We will enter it and between sharp granite rocks at both sides start walking up to border rim from which we will have panoramic view of surrounding mountains with Tatras at the horizon. The way goes through the mountain pastures where sheep are pastured – they give milk for the production of the famous local cheese. During the walk we will show you where you can see the production of this cheese.
D11: On the way to Zakopane
After breakfast visiting Niedzica Castle and beautiful wooden churches in Debno (UNESCO) and in Trybsz. Walking through meadows of Pieniny Spiskie, ending walk on the Łapszanka Pass with specacular view of Tatra. Transfer for 2 nights to Zakopane, capital of polish mountains, time to visit city in the evening
D12: Day in Tatras!
Discovering surroundings of the Koscieliska Valley, the most beautiful Valley in polish Tatras. Afternoon in Zakopane.
Morning transfer to Krakow, the most beautiful Poland’s city. On the way stop in village of Chocholow, known of its wooden houses.
D14: End Krakow