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10 days tour from Zagreb, Beograd, Budapest, Krakow to Warszaw

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Duration

11 days

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  • What's included :
    • Air-conditioned vehicle
    • WiFi on board
    • Private transportation
    • Fuel surcharge
    • Parking Fees
    • All costs accommodate for driver and tolls
    What's excluded :
    • The cost of tickets, accommodation for travelers and food for travelers is not included in the price
    • Entry/Admission - Upper Town (Gornji Grad)
    • Entry/Admission - Zrinjevac
    • Entry/Admission - Ban Josip Jelacic Monument
    • Entry/Admission - Principovac Country Estate
    • Entry/Admission - St. Sava Temple
    • Entry/Admission - Knez Mihailova
    • Entry/Admission - Skadarlija
    • Entry/Admission - Trg Republike
    • Entry/Admission - Josip Broz Tito Mausoleum
    • Entry/Admission - Avala Tower
    • Entry/Admission - Petrovaradin Fortress
    • Entry/Admission - Hungarian Parliament Building
    • Entry/Admission - St. Stephen's Basilica (Szent Istvan Bazilika)
    • Entry/Admission - Heroes' Square
    • Entry/Admission - Citadel
    • Entry/Admission - Cracow Saltworks Museum - Salt Mine Location
    • Entry/Admission - Sukiennice (Cloth Hall)

  • Day 1: Arrival to Zagreb

    Stop At: Zagreb, Zagreb, Central Croatia
    Arrival to Zagreb in the evening. Arranging plans for a city tour tomorrow. Dinner and going to sleep.
    Duration: 3 hours

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 2: Zagreb city tour

    Stop At: Upper Town (Gornji Grad), Zagreb 10000 Croatia
    Start exploring town with private walking tour of the Zagreb city center and its Upper Town, the historic
    heart of Zagreb. Located on the slopes of the Medvednica Mountain along the Sava River, the 900-
    year-old city lives a rich cultural life and is also the largest city and the cultural, economic, cinematic,
    sporting and governmental hub of the country. The oldest areas, Gradec and Kaptol from which the
    city of Zagreb arose, are considered to be one of the most preserved and beautiful European city
    centers built in the Art Nouveau style. Even though Zagreb still lacks the big-city vibe of Vienna and
    Budapest, the charm of its alluring neighborhood is undeniable. Your private walking tour of Zagreb
    starts with a pleasant 10 min walk to the central square followed by a funicular ride to the Upper Town

    – one of the shortest funicular rides in the world – to visit the St. Mark’s Church with the beautiful multi-
    colored roof decorated with Croatian historical coats of arms, Ban’s Court and the Croatian Parliament

    on the Mark’s Square but also the neo-gothic cathedral, the vivid Tkalciceva street and the popular
    green market 'Dolac' and many other.
    Duration: 3 hours

    Stop At: Zrinjevac, Zagreb Croatia
    Conclude your walking tour with a 30 min panoramic tour
    through other parts of the historic city centre in a fully electric replica of the legendary Ford model T. It
    is a perfect way to step back in time and experience few other historic corners of Zagreb in a very
    original and extraordinary way.
    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Ban Josip Jelacic Monument, Ban Josip Jelacic Square, Zagreb 10000 Croatia
    End of sightseeing in Ban Josip Jelacic Square in the evening. Arranging plans for tomorrow's departure to Belgrade.
    Departure for dinner
    Duration: 3 hours

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 3: Departure for Belgrade

    Stop At: Zagreb, Zagreb, Central Croatia
    Departure for Belgrade in the morning after breakfast.
    The planned lunch is in the town of Ilok, on the way to Serbia
    Duration: 3 hours

    Stop At: Principovac Country Estate, Principovac 1, Ilok 32236 Croatia
    Near the center of the historical and wine town of Ilok, on the landscape hill from which a stunning view of Ilok, Srijem and Backa is situated, is situated the Principovac castle. It was built as early as 1864 as the summer residence of the princely family of Odescalchi who lived here during the hunting and harvesting of grapes. Whether you are a true wine connoisseur or just on your way to becoming one, when you taste the royal Traminac and the superb Principovac Graševina, you will realize that wine is more than a profession here.

    Wine is an art and lifestyle here.

    The restaurant is located inside the renovated castle of the princely family of Odescalchi, and the rich gastronomic offer - new age cuisine - is based on indigenous foods, prepared in a sophisticated way, with a fusion philosophy. In this way, he brings the taste of Srijem and Slavonia to each guest in a new way. Of course, drinking wine on glasses with every new meal sequence.

    If you wish to stay longer, the Principovac Country Estate complex offers both luxuriously and modernly furnished 5 apartments in category te and one De luxe apartment. All rooms are located on a hill in the middle of a vineyard, providing privacy, peace and tranquility with an enchanting view.

    The country estate also offers a variety of additional facilities for recreation and enjoyment of nature. In addition to the tennis, volleyball and badminton courts, there are also 8 km of paved wine roads through vineyards that are ideal for hiking, running, riding our bikes, mopeds and electric vehicles. If you want to relax with a picnic with your loved one, family or friends, there are also small wooden cottages located in several locations in the middle of the vineyards.

    In addition to these activities, there is a covered golf course as well as a 3-course golf course and a golf school.
    The panoramic elevator inside the castle leads to a glazed vantage point, from where, as in the palm of your hand, you can see the vast vineyards and gentle slopes of Fruška Gora, which descend towards the Danube. A horizon that has a relaxing effect on people with wine, food and ambience arouses hedonistic impulses, making you feel somehow "aristocratic".
    After a pleasant lunch and sightseeing, we continue our journey to Belgrade.
    Duration: 3 hours

    Stop At: Belgrade, Belgrade
    Arrival in Belgrade in the evening.
    Arranging plans for sightseeing tomorrow, dinner and going to sleep.
    Duration: 2 hours

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 4: Belgrade city tour

    Stop At: St. Sava Temple, Krusedolska 2a, Belgrade 11000 Serbia
    The Saint Sava Temple in Belgrade is one of the largest Orthodox churches in use in the world. It is located in the eastern part of Svetosavski Square, in the Belgrade municipality of Vracar. It was erected in one of the places where it is alleged that Sinan Pasha burned the bones of St. Sava in 1595, the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church
    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Knez Mihailova, between Kalemegdan and Terazije center of Belgrade, Belgrade Serbia
    Main street in downtown Belgrade that is full of branded shops, great restaurants and street entertainers
    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Skadarlija, Skadarska Ulica, Belgrade Serbia
    Skadrlija is a famous bohemian district in Belgrade, with the first houses built in 1717, and its distinctive appearance at the end of the 19th and early 20th centuries. In this part of the city are located many cafes, which soon become the meeting place of the most famous names of artistic and cultural milieu of Belgrade. Artists, actors, literary, poets, all of whom are responsible for the unbridled and vivid spirit of Skadarlia, which is often compared to the Plaka of Athens or the Montmartre of Paris
    Duration: 2 hours

    Stop At: Trg Republike, Streets of Kolarceva, Belgrade Serbia
    Republic Square is the central city square in Belgrade, Serbia. It is located in the municipality of Stari Grad and encompasses the area between "City Tavern", "Jadran" cinema, National Theater and the Serbian Army House.
    The present square was formed after the demolition of the Stambol Gate (1866) and the erection of the National Theater building (1869). The Stambol Gate, built by the Austrians in the early 18th century, was located between (then unbuilt) monuments to Prince Mihail and the National Theater. Through it, she led the way to Istanbul (Istanbul), by which she was named.

    After the establishment of Serbian rule and the demolition of the Stamboli Gate, the area of ​​today's Republic Square remained undeveloped for a long time. When the monument to Prince Michael was erected in December 1882, the gradual urban formation of this square began. On the site of today's National Museum, a long ground floor building was erected, which housed, among other things, the Dardaneli Tavern. The building was demolished in order to erect the Administration of Funds (the present building of the National Museum) in its place in 1903.

    In the area of ​​today's Press House, until the Second World War, there were old ground-floor and one-story buildings with shops. Most of these buildings were demolished during the German bombing on April 6, 1941. After World War II, tram rails were removed and a square was relocated, where, shortly after liberation, the tomb and monument to the soldiers of the Red Army who had been killed in the fight for the liberation of Belgrade in 1944.
    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Kalemegdan, Borča, Serbia
    Belgrade Fortress dominates above the mouth of the Sava River into the Danube. The name Kalemegdan refers only to the area around the Fortress, which was turned into a park in the 1880s.

    The space, while the Fortress was the main military site in Belgrade, served to locate the enemy and wait for battle. Of these, the name Kalemegdan, which comes from the Turkish words kale (kula) and megdan (combat). The Turks also called it Fićir - bajir, which means a hill for thinking.

    Remodeling began after the Fort surrendered to the Serbs (1867), at the behest of Prince Mihailo Obrenović. Sketches for the design of Kalemegdan were made by the first Belgrade urban planner, Emilijan Josimović.

    The greenery was planted between 1873 and 1875, when Colonel Dragutin Zabarac, the adjutant of Milos Obrenovic, commanded the Belgrade Fortress during his second reign.

    The planning of Kalemegdan began in 1890. At that time, the army handed over the park to the Belgrade municipality. The then mayor, Nikola Pasic, approved the first loan for editing Kalemegdan, for 10,000 dinars back then.

    In 1905, the park was expanded, with the arrangement of Mali Kalemegdan, which extended from the Cvijeta Zuzorić Pavilion to the Zoo [2]. In the mid-1930s, the Tired Fighter monument, the work of sculptor Thomas Rosandic, was erected.

    Prior to World War I, the Kalemegdan park ended at the place where the stone steps are now (leading to the lower terrace). Until 1929, the land behind these steps was completely uncultivated and overgrown with weeds.

    After 1931, the park was extended to the Upper Town.

    After World War II, in 1948, the Tomb of the National Heroes was built in Kalemegdan, and the remains of Ivo Lola Ribar, Ivan Milutinović and Đura Đaković were transferred, and in 1957, Mosa Pijade was buried there.
    Duration: 2 hours

    Stop At: Josip Broz Tito Mausoleum, Mihaila Mike Jankovica 6 Museum of Yugoslavia, Belgrade 11000 Serbia
    The Flower House is a memorial building in Belgrade, Serbia, on the Dedinje city area.

    It was built as a memorial grave for Marshal Josip Broz Tito, lifelong president and Yugoslav and supreme military commander in World War II, one of the founders of the Non-Aligned Movement.

    The building was guarded by special guard units, made up of professionals as well as conscripts.

    It was opened to visitors in 1982.
    Duration: 2 hours

    Stop At: Avala Tower, Near Belgrade, Belgrade Serbia
    Avala is a hill in Serbia, located 16.5 km south of Belgrade. It represents the northern end of the Sumadija beam, which runs from the Mine through the low Sumadija and represents the junction between the Sava and Danube basins.

    Avala is 511 meters high and rises about 200 m above the surrounding undulating terrain [1].

    The mineral avalite found on it was named after it.
    Duration: 2 hours

    Stop At: Belgrade, Serbia
    Return to town after dinner on Avala Hill. Arranging plans for tomorrow's departure after breakfast and going to sleep.
    Duration: 1 hour

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 5: Departure for Budapest

    Stop At: Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Vojvodina
    Departure for Budapest after breakfast. On the way to Hungary we will stop in the city of Novi Sad. After a brief tour of the Petrovaradin Fortress, we will have lunch and then continue our journey to Budapest.
    Duration: 2 hours

    Stop At: Petrovaradin Fortress, Tvrdjava In the direction of the Academy of Arts through the tunnel on the imperial field on the left, Petrovaradin, Novi Sad 21131 Serbia
    In the early 19th century this was one of the largest and safest fortresses in Europe. It had 4,000 soldiers and 800 cannons. Revolutionary 1848/49. (the Viennese, Hungarian, French Revolution) The fort's crew bowed to the revolutionaries, unlike in Novi Sad where the army was loyal to the Emperor. With 200 cannons, the crew bombed Novi Sad and destroyed 70 percent of the city. The devastation of World War I and World War II bypassed the Petrovaradin Fortress, despite the proximity of the borders. It retained its military purpose until 1951. She then went under civil administration. Today, it covers an area of ​​112 hectares, making it the second largest fortress in Europe, nicknamed the "Danube Gibraltar".
    Tourism

    The Petrovaradin Fortress with its suburbs is today a major asset of Vojvodina tourism. In recent years, the music festival EXIT has been held, which is why the fortress is targeted by young people from all over Europe who come to Novi Sad for the festival. It was proclaimed in 1991 a cultural monument of the Republic of Serbia of exceptional importance.
    Duration: 2 hours

    Stop At: Budapest, Budapest, Central Hungary
    Arrival in Budapest in the evening. Arranging plans for tomorrow, dinner and going to sleep
    Duration: 3 hours

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 6: Budapest city tour

    Stop At: Hungarian Parliament Building, Kossuth Ter 1-3, Budapest 1055 Hungary
    One of the most beautiful buildings in the Hungarian capital is certainly the parliament building. Considering that the architectural model of construction was the building of the English Parliament, this is not surprising. The Hungarians call it Országház, and it is ranked third in the world by size, of course, in the size category of parliament buildings. The beautiful neo-Gothic style building is considered one of the better examples of historicism. The architect of this monumental building was Imre Steindl, and construction began in 1885 and was completed in 1904. Interestingly, due to the symbolism, the unfinished building was opened as early as 1896, the one thousandth anniversary of the arrival of the Hungarians in this area. The building is 96 meters high and about 270 meters long. This tallest building in Budapest is also interesting because of its construction materials, which is the bihacite stone from the quarry near Bihac in BiH. The building is located at Kossuth Lajos tér on the banks of the Danube and can be viewed with a tour guide.
    Duration: 3 hours

    Stop At: St. Stephen's Basilica (Szent Istvan Bazilika), Szent Istvan ter 1, Budapest 1051 Hungary
    St. Stephen's Basilica, a Catholic basilica in the Hungarian capital of Budapest, is dedicated to the Hungarian king, Stephen I. Saint, whose relics are in it. The Cathedral is the Diocese of Ostrogon-Budapest and the third largest church building in Hungary.
    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Heroes' Square, Andrassy Avenue Next to City Park in the VI. District, Budapest 1062 Hungary
    Hero Square is located in the sandy part of Budapest, in the Terezvaros district. The square itself is one of the most impressive open spaces in Budapest and is also the most popular and largest. It is located at the end of UNESCO-protected Andrasova Street, and the entrance to the City Park begins at the square.
    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Citadella setany 1 Gellerthegy, Budapest 1118 Hungary
    At the top of Gellert Hill, stands the Citadel built during the Habsburg Monarchy, just after Hungary's failed war for independence. One of the reasons for the construction of the fort at this location is believed to be the ability to monitor developments in both Buda and Pest, should conflicts arise.

    Until 1897, the army was located in the Citadel, and was used by the Soviets in 1956 to control the city during the Hungarian Revolution.

    Within the citadel, today there is a restaurant, a hotel and a special museum.

    Advice

    Right next to the citadel is the splendid Liberation Monument, a 14-meter-high statue built in honor of the liberated city by the Nazis. Another place where you can enjoy the great view.
    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Budapest, Budapest, Central Hungary
    In the evening, I propose a boat cruise on the Danube River where you can enjoy your dinner.
    After the cruise, return to the accommodation, make plans for tomorrow and go to sleep
    Duration: 2 hours

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 7: Deparure for Krakow

    Stop At: Bratislava, Bratislava, Bratislava Region
    On the way to Krakow we will stop briefly in the Slovakian capital town. With a short tour of the city, I also propose to have lunch and continue journey to Poland.
    Duration: 3 hours

    Stop At: Oswiecim, Poland
    After stopping in Bratislava and lunch I suggest stopping and sightseeing the largest Nazi camp during WWII.
    Auschwitz (the German Consentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau) is the largest assembly and labor camp of the Third Empire. It was located in Poland, near the town of Oświęci (Auschwitz), 50 km west of Krakow and 286 km from Warsaw. In September 1939, Oświęcim was annexed to Germany.

    The complex consisted of three main camps: Auschwitz I., Administrative Center, Auschwitz II. (Birkenau) extermination camp, and Auschwitz III. (Monowitz) Labor Camp; and 45 satellite camps [1].

    Camp commander Rudolf Höß testified at the Nuremberg trial that 3 million people were killed during his campaign. He later reduced that figure to about 1.1 million. In 1990, Dr. Franciszek Piper estimated that there were about 1.1 million, of whom about 90% were Jews from all over Europe. In 1994, the renowned French historian and expert on Auschwitz, Dr. Jean-Claude Pressac, claimed that 700,000 people had been killed in Auschwitz. [2]

    Most were killed in Cyclone B gas chambers, others were killed by starvation, forced labor, lack of hygiene, executions and medical experiments.
    Duration: 3 hours

    Stop At: Krakow, Krakow, Lesser Poland Province, Southern Poland
    Arrival in Krakow in the late evening. Arranging plans for tomorrow and going to sleep
    Duration: 1 hour

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 8: Krakow city tour

    Stop At: Krakow, Krakow, Lesser Poland Province, Southern Poland
    While staying in Krakow you will surely pass the main square several times and see for its magnificence, as each side is 200 m high, which makes an area of ​​40,000 square meters richly framed by the most famous Polish buildings.

    It is called the Heart of the City and the Center of Life and is a witness to the rich history written in every corner of it.

    Public executions and executions took place here, royal ceremonies, celebrations of victories over wars and victories over the Ottoman Empire, the largest uprising known as the "Polish Spring", and during the Second World War and occupation by Nazi Germany, Hitler named this square after itself.

    The shocking event took place on the first day of spring 1980, when retired baker and war veteran Walenty Badylak protested against the WWII, tied himself to a well and lit before citizens, so you can always see candles in the well.

    Apart from the buildings, the square is surrounded by the world's most famous brands such as Hard Rock Cafe, Starbucks, the largest ZARA in the city, and the wealth of hospitality is rarely seen.

    It was listed as the world's first UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978, and in 2013 Lonely Planet declared it the most beautiful capital square in the world.
    Duration: 2 hours

    Stop At: Cracow Saltworks Museum - Salt Mine Location, ul. Danilowicza 10, Wieliczka 32-020 Poland
    Underground tunnels and a mine with chapels, chambers and salt lakes and theme parks for all ages.
    Duration: 3 hours

    Stop At: Sukiennice (Cloth Hall), Rynek Glowny 1/3, Krakow 31-042 Poland
    Renaissance style arcade market with 13th century foundations and 19th century Polish art museum
    Duration: 2 hours

    Stop At: Krakow, Krakow, Lesser Poland Province, Southern Poland
    After dinner in town, make plans for tomorrow's departure for Warsaw and go to sleep
    Duration: 2 hours

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 9: Departure for Warsaw

    Stop At: Kielce, Kielce, Swietokrzyskie Province, Central Poland
    On the way to Warsaw, we will stop briefly in Kielce for lunch and a quick tour of the city. Kielce is the largest and most densely populated city in the Duchy of Poland in Poland. It is located in the center of the Holy Cross Mountains in the historic region of Lesser Poland. Previously located in the Duchy of Kielce. The city is very economically developed and is the center of trade and traffic.
    Duration: 2 hours

    Stop At: Warsaw, Warsaw, Mazovia Province, Central Poland
    Arrival in Warsaw in the late evening. Dinner, making plans for tomorrow and going to sleep
    Duration: 2 hours

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 10: Warsaw city tour

    Stop At: Warsaw, Warsaw, Mazovia Province, Central Poland
    Warsaw is a city in central Poland, whose capital has been around since 1596. It is also an important scientific, cultural and political center. Warsaw has a parliament, a presidential palace and a Polish government. In addition to being the largest city in Poland, Warsaw is also the center of the Masovian Voivodeship.
    Full day sightseeing of the city until late at night.
    Duration: 8 hours

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 11: Departure on airport in Warsaw

    Stop At: Warsaw, Warsaw, Mazovia Province, Central Poland
    After breakfast, save your suitcase and get to the airport.
    Duration: 2 hours

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.
  • Departure Point :
    Sheraton, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
    Departure Time :
    1:00 PM
    Return Detail :
    Returns to original departure point
    Hotel Pickup :
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Stroller accessible
    • Service animals allowed
    • Near public transportation
    • Infants must sit on laps
    • Infant seats available
    • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
    • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
    • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
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  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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English

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