Day 14 - WARSAW/HOME 
Morning transfer to the airport for your return flight to Philadelphia where transportation will be waiting to return you to Wilmington, Newark and Independence.    Meals: B

TOUR INCLUSIONS: Roundtrip transportation from Independence, Newark and Wilmington to Philadelphia Airport * roundtrip air Philadelphia/Berlin-Warsaw/Philadelphia * air taxes and fees taxes subject to change until ticketed * accommodations for 12 nights based on double occupancy *  admission to all included sightseeing as per itinerary * meals include breakfast daily and 6 dinners * hotel taxes * taxes and gratuities for included meals * luggage handling at hotels * transfers between airports and hotels * 

Not included: Collette Tour Manager and motorcoach driver gratuities       

A PASSPORT VALID FOR 6 MONTHS AFTER YOUR RETURN IS REQUIRED FOR THIS TOUR.


Conditions: A deposit of $250 is due with each reservation.  Final payment due by March 1, 2016. After November 15, 205, reservations are subject to availability.  

Insurance is not mandatory but highly recommended and allows you to cancel for any reason. 

Day 12 - KARKOW/AUSCHWITZ/WARSAW 
Travel this morning to Auschwitz where with a local guide you will learn the history of the prison and other facts. Continue on through the Polish countryside to Warsaw, the reconstructed and modern capital of this delightful country.     Meals: B
WESTIN WARSAW

Day 11 - KRAKOW  
Discover Krakow’s historic Old Town on a city tour featuring Market Square, St. Mary’s Church, the University, and Wawel Castle, a former residence of Polish Kings. Afternoon at leisure . Good shopping for crystal and Baltic amber jewelry.    Meals: B
HOLIDAY INN CENTER CITY

Day 10 - BUDAPEST/DONOVALY, SLOVAKIA/ KRAKOW, POLAND   
Take in the picturesque landscapes enroute to Poland. Make a stop in the hidden village of picturesque Donovaly, a lovely ski resort surrounded by the Low Tatras mountains.  During WW II it became an important center of the anti-German Resistance. Your home for two nights is in the lively city of Krakow with its an old-world charm.    Meals: B,D
HOLIDAY INN CENTER CITY


Day 9 - BUDAPEST 
The beautiful city of Budapest is often referred to as “the Queen of the Danube”. Today is yours to explore both Buda on one side of the Danube, and Pest on the other. An optional excursion to a traditional Hungarian horse farm where riders perform amazing feats is offered and highly recommended.    Meals: B
ART OTEL BUDAPEST 

Day 8 - VIENNA/BUDAPEST, HUNGARY 
Sit back and relax as we drive through the picturesque Hungarian countryside enroute to historic Budapest. This fascinating city is divided by the beautiful Danube River, Buda on one side, Pest on the other. Tour the city with a local expert featuring the Fisherman’s Bastion, Matthias Church, Old Buda, the new Parliament and Gellert Hill. Your lovely hotel is centrally located in the city with amazing views of the Danube River.    Meals: B,D
ART OTEL BUDAPEST

Day 7 - VIENNA            
This morning experience the city on a tour showcasing some of its architectural marvels, including the magnificent St. Stephen’s Cathedral and the lavish Schoenbrunn Palace, the summer retreat of the Habsburg dynasty. Tonight you have the option to enjoy a Mozart Concert and dinner in the city, which is highly recommend.    Meals: B
GRAND HOTEL BIEDERMEIER WIEN

Day 6 -  PRAGUE/VIENNA             
Depart the Czech Republic, arrive in colorful Vienna, the “musical city”. After a short orientation drive through the city, afternoon is at leisure to relax or perhaps enjoy a Viennese pastry and coffee. Enjoy an evening in one of Vienna’s most beloved restaurants where dinner mixes with local cultural flavor for an unforgettable night.     Meals: B,D
GRAND HOTEL BIEDERMEIER WIEN  

Day 5 - PRAGUE
Your introduction to this fairytale city opens with a visit to the remarkable Hradcany Castle and the haunting St. Vitus Cathedral. Continue with a leisurely walking tour showcasing the Golden Lane, the unique astronomical clock and the statue-lined Charles Bridge. The afternoon is yours to independently explore this great city.    Meals: B
PARK INN PRAGUE

Day 4 - BERLIN/DRESDEN/PRAGUE, Chech Republic 
We depart this morning for the “Golden City” of Prague. Enroute we’ll stop in the city of Dresden, capital of Saxony, with time to explore this lovely town on the banks of the river Elbe.  Arrive at Prague, where you will be introduced to traditional Czech folklore show and dinner.    Meals: B,D
PARK INN PRAGUE

Day 3 - BERLIN/POTSDAM/BERLIN 
Begin with a trip to Potsdam to see the Sans Souci Palace, the former summer residence of Frederick the Great. Return to Berlin for a guided tour featuring Brandenburg Gate, Charlottenburg Palace, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Schoenberg City Hall, the Kurfuerstendam and the Reichstag Building. Then pass through the area which was once “Checkpoint Charlie” and see what remains of the Berlin Wall. Remainder of day to explore independently.    Meals: B
INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL 

Itinerary

Day 1– INDEPENDENCE/NEWARK/WILMINGTON                                              
Depart for Philadelphia Airport for your overnight flight to Berlin to begin your journey through some of the most exciting and historic cities in Europe.    Meals: D in flight

Day 2 -  ARRIVE BERLIN                                                                           
Arrive in Germany’s capital city with its historic palaces and deep history. Hotel check-in and later join your fellow passengers for a welcome dinner.      Meals: B in flight, D
INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL

Day 13 - WARSAW 
Touring Warsaw is delightful as you learn the moving history, both joyous and tragic, of this great city. Tonight join your fellow travelers for a farewell dinner celebrating the end of a memorable journey!    Meals: B
WESTIN WARSAW

MAGNIFICENT CITIES OF EUROPE
          Featuring Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Krakow and Warsaw

Two nights in each city!

May 8 - 21, 2016
14 days / 13 nights
$4449
​Single supplement $900