8-Day Charm of Eastern Europe, Vienna, Munich, Budapest from Paris

  • Tour code: 574-3788
  • Available: Fri and Sat every other week (May-Oct)
  • Depart from: Paris, France
  • Duration: 8 Days 7 Nights
From USD$508

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Visit Bratislava, Heidelberg, Munich, Prague, Salzburg, Budapest, Frankfurt, Vienna.

Pricing Details

Single: $766
Double (/Person): $508
Third Person Adult: N/A
Child (Age 0-6): $407
Fourth Person Adult: N/A
Child (Age 0-6): N/A

Note: *Price in USD is based on the lowest price per person per room over the next 30 days. Exact prices are displayed when you select a date.

  • Lodging: Max 2 adults and 1 child under 6-year old are allowed to stay in one room. The hotel room is not allowed to accommodate 3 adults. A child older than 6-year old will be counted as an adult, i.e. price for 1 adult and 1 child older than 6 is Double price *2; the price for 2 adults and 1 child older than 6 is single price + Double price*2.
  • Child fare: 0-6 year old share a room with two adults (no bed) and occupy seat alone.

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Paris - Heidelberg(463 km)
  • Day 2 Frankfurt - Munich - Salzburg(420 km)
  • Day 3 Salzburg - Vienna(250 km)
  • Day 4 Vienna - Budapest(213 km)
  • Day 5 Budapest - Bratislava - Prague(450 km)
  • Day 6 Prague
  • Day 7 Prague- Nuremberg - Frankfurt(483 km)
  • Day 8 Frankfurt - Strasbourg - Paris(706 km)
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Day 1 Paris - Heidelberg(463 km)

In the early morning, we will travel to Heidelberg, We will begin with a tour of the Heidelberg Castle. Then take a walk along the Neckar Rive, you will meet the famous Old Bridge (AlteBrucke). Visit the University of Heidelberg by passing through the centreHauptstraίe Street and market place. Hotel near Heidelberg.

This German city sits on the banks of the River Neckar. It has become a popular tourist destination for its romantic atmosphere. There are many old buildings, including Heidelberg Castle and the baroque Old Town.

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    This public research institution in Germany was founded in 1386, making it one of the oldest in Europe. The university places a heavy emphasis on research, rewarding roughly 1,000 successful doctorates a year.
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    One of the best known landmarks in Heidelberg, this bridge was constructed in 1788, crossing the Neckar River. It connects the Neuenheim district with the Old City, measuring 656 feet.
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    The old town of Heidelberg's main street is a popular pedestrian shopping zone. Located along the street are the Town Hall and the Holy Ghost Church. Make sure to stop at one of the many pretzel stands along the way!
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    Ranking among the most important Renaissance artifacts in the Alps, these ruins in Germany sit on the hillside outside the city of Heidelberg, partially demolished in the 17th and 18th centuries.
    Admission (Optional): Adult €7
Standard Hotel: Hotel near Heidelberg

Day 2 Frankfurt - Munich - Salzburg(420 km)

After breakfast, we will leave for Munich, where we will visit some historical monuments, like Marienplatz and Atles Rathaus. Afterwards, we will head to Salzburg for the night.

This historic German city contains more than 30 museums and a large variety of architecture that spans centuries. Its mild climate and picturesque location on the Main River make it a wonderful place to spend your vacation!

Munich is the third largest city in Germany and capital of the state of Bavaria. Throughout its history, the city has been at the forefront of architectural production, with the older, historic buildings blending perfectly with modern architecture.

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    This public square has been the main square in Munich since 1158. It is named for Mary's Column, which stands in its center, erected in the 17th century to celebrate the end of Swedish occupation.
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    This cathedral serves as the seat of the Archdiocese of Munich. The original foundation was laid during the Middle Ages in the Gothic style, but the domes added later were completed during the Renaissance.
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    This Gothic Revival building on the northern part of Marienplatz in Munich was finished in 1908 and includes 400 rooms spread across 9,159 square meters. Behind the building is a small park.
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    This building served as the city hall of Munich until 1874. It was built between the 13th and 14th centuries in a late Gothic style, featuring tall spires and a white facade.
Standard Hotel: Hotel near Salzburg
Breakfast: Included

Day 3 Salzburg - Vienna(250 km)

After breakfast, visit of Salzburg. Take a walk in the completely different atmosphere of the narrow, 16th-century Steingasse. Explore the Altstadt's grand churches and squares, the Salzach River. Afterwards, Vienna, the capital of Austria. First, we will visit Schonbrunn Palace, followed by a walk around the historic city center, full of important monuments like the Rathaus, the Austrian Parliament Building, the State Opera, and the grand Hoburg Palace.

Salzburg's claim to fame is being the birthplace of legendary composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. It also served as the setting for "The Sound of Music." Visitors can enjoy the baroque architecture and spend time in the City Center.

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    The name of this street in Salzburg, Austria translate to "Grain Lane." It is a busy shopping street. The house at Getreidegasse 9 is the birth house of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, who lived there until the age of 17.
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    The old town of Salzburg is filled with historic buildings, including the birthplace and childhood home of the legendary composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. There are also many cafes and bakeries where you can buy delicious treats.
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    This is the main river that cuts through the heart of the Austrian state of Salzburg. Running a total of 140 miles (225 km) in length, its name is derived from the German word for salt.

Vienna is the capital city of Austria. It is considered one of the best places to live in the world. Called "The City of Music," Vienna has produced internationally famous composers such as Beethoven, Brahms, Mahler, Mozart, and more.

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    Schonbrunn Palace is both one of the most important cultural landmarks in Austria and possibly the most major of its tourist attractions. This 1,440-room Rococo estate and gardens was built by Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II in 1569.
    Admission (Optional): Adult €14.20; Child (6-18 yrs) €10.50; Imperial Tour
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    This circular ring surround the Inner Stadt of Vienna and is home to many of the city's most famous attractions. The road was laid in the mid-19th century after the city walls were taken down..
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    This neo-Gothic building is home to both the Vienna City Council and the mayor. Within, you can find several baroque rooms and halls. It was designed by architect Friedrich von Schmidt and built between 1872 and 1883.
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    The Austrian Parliament Building is, as the name implies, the place where the governmental proceedings of the Austrian government are decided on and enacted. Its Grecian influence was meant to invoke the democratic beliefs of the ancient Greeks.
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    This former imperial palace now serves as the residence of the Austrian president. In addition, this massive complex also houses museums that detail the history of the Austrian government. It also serves as a convention center for the city.
    Admission (Optional): Adult €12.50; Child (6-18 yrs) €7.50
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    The public space in front of Vienna's Hofburg Palace is known as Heldenplatz. It has been the site of many notable, often infamous, historical events.
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    The Viennese City Park covers 16 acres in the Austrian capital and is beloved by tourists and locals alike. The park is home to several attractions and monuments of its own, most notable the Johann Strauss Monument.
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    Vienna has a rich history of classical music. Come see a traditional waltz concert, and marvel in the beautiful sounds that emanate from the chamber orchestra.
Standard Hotel: Hotel in Vienna
Breakfast: Included

Day 4 Vienna - Budapest(213 km)

After breakfast, we will leave for Budapest, where we will visit Matthias Church, Fisherman's Bastion, the Parliament Building, and some historical museums. Then, we will take a boat ride on the Danube River to see the city from the water.
Optional diner: local Hungarian Dishes 35 EUR per person

Budapest is the capital city of Hungary and is routinely considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. A large area of the city is considered a World Heritage Site by the United Nations.

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    The centerpiece of this famous square in Budapest is a series of statues known as the Millennium Memorial. The statues are of the leaders of the nine tribes that founded Hungary as well as other historic Hungarian figures.
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    The centerpiece of Budapest's Heroes' Square is known as the Millennium Monument, featuring large columns and statues that depict several important figures from Hungarian history.
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    One of Europe's oldest legislative buildings, the seat of Hungary's National Assembly is an iconic landmark on the banks of the Danube River in Budapest. It is both the largest and tallest building in the country.
    Admission (Optional): Adult €7; Child (6-24 yrs) €3.90; Adult(outside the EU) €17.40
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    This bridge connects the districts of Buda and Pest across the Danube River. Built in 1964, it is the 3rd newest bridge in the city, named for Queen Elisabeth of Bavaria.
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    The Fisherman's Bastion on the Buda side of the Danube River in Hungary is an incredible white-stone viewing terrace with conical towers. It was built in the 1890s and gets its name from the fisherman's guild that once defended the area.
    Admission (Optional): Adult €3; Child (Under 6 yrs) Free
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    This impressive and dramatic Gothic cathedral in Budapest was built in the late 1300s, although local tradition claims it dates back to the 12th century. It houses an Ecclesiastical-art museum that contains replicas of the Hungarian royal jewels.
    Admission (Optional): Adult €4.50
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    In the Citadel on Gellert Hill, this monument stands as a memorial to fallen Hungarian soldiers who resisted the Nazis in World War II. Built as a Nazi monument in 1943, it was repurposed after the war.
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    Take a leisurely cruise down the beautiful Danube River to see the magnificent city of Budapest from the water. This river is the vein that flows between the two part of the city, Buda and Pest.
    Admission (Optional): Adult €13; Adult (at night) €18
Standard Hotel: Hotel near Budapest.
Breakfast: Included

Day 5 Budapest - Bratislava - Prague(450 km)

In the morning, we will head for the Slovakian capital of Bratislava. We will begin our city tour with a walk to the center of the city to see St. Martin's Cathedral, Michalska Gate, Place Parliament, and more. Then, we will drive to Prague, known as the Golden City for its incredible beauty.

Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, is a beautiful Central European city. Some of the most popular places in town are St. Martin's Cathedral, the Old Town, and Devin Castle.

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    This Baroque style church in Bratislava was built in the first half of the 18th century by the Trinitarian Order. The main portal is richly decorated with Rococo elements.
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    This is the only gate from the medieval fortifications of the old city of Bratislava that still stands. It is a white tower with a green top that looms over the rest of the old city.
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    This is a narrow, pedestrian street in the Old Town of Bratislava that feeds into and out of the Franciscan Square. Along the way are many carts and kiosks from which visitors can purchase food and goods.
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    Construction started on this historic building nearly 700 years ago, in the 14th century AD. It served as the governmental center of Bratislava until the late 1800s. It houses the Bratislava City Museum, the oldest museum in the city.
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    Located in the historical center of the city, construction on this Gothic cathedral began in the mid-13th century, and it was finally consecrated in 1452. For a long period, it was the site of the coronations of Hungarian royalty.
Standard Hotel: Hotel near Prague
Breakfast: Included

Day 6 Prague

After breakfast, we will explore the Hradcany district, home to the impressive Prague Castle, once the residence of the Bohemian sovereigns, and now the official residence of the President of the Czech Republic. After passing through the Zlata Uliaka, also known as "Golden Lane," we will cross the Charles Bridge to visit Old Town Square.

Prague has been an important city for 1,100 years. It is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic, features more than ten museums, and its historic city center is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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    This massive palatial complex in Prague serves as the official residence of the President of the Czech Republic. It is the largest ancient castle in the world with a total area of 70,000 square-meters.
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    The Charles Bridge links Prague's Old Town district with the Prague Castle areas, and was once the only way to cross the Vltava River in the city center. During the day, the bridge is lined with street artists and performers.
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    This historic street in front of the massive and spectacular Prague Castle gets its name from the alchemists who are said to once have roamed the area looking for a way to turn ordinary minerals into gold.
    Admission (Optional): Adult €14.20; Child (6-16 yrs) €7.50
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    This public square in the heart of Prague's historic Old Town displays some excellent examples of Gothic and baroque architecture; for example, the square's two major churches, Tyn Church and St. Nihcolas Church, each showcase one of these styles.
Standard Hotel: Hotel near Prague
Breakfast: Included

Day 7 Prague- Nuremberg - Frankfurt(483 km)

After breakfast, we will head to Frankfurt by passing Nuremberg. Visit Romerberg, the old centre of Frankfurt, with a number of historic buildings dating to the 14th and 15th century. Walking towards the Main river, you approach the Eiserne Steg, a 19th century bridge leading to Sachsenhausen, as well as the Rententurm (Customs Tower), a 15th century fortified tower in late Gothic style.

This historic German city contains more than 30 museums and a large variety of architecture that spans centuries. Its mild climate and picturesque location on the Main River make it a wonderful place to spend your vacation!

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    Known as the heart of Frankfurt, Germany, Romerberg is the center of Altstadt (old town) and home to the Romer or City Hall. One notable feature is the Paulsplatz, a historic square to the North, as well as the Old St. Nicholas Church and Historical Museum.
Standard Hotel: Hotel near Frankfurt
Breakfast: Included

Day 8 Frankfurt - Strasbourg - Paris(706 km)

After breakfast, we will depart from Frankfurt and head to Strasbourg, the capital of the Alsace region, where we will visit the Grande Ile, which is the historic city center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is the seat of several European institutions, such as the Council of Europe, the Eurocorps, the European Parliament and the Ombudsman of the European Union.Lastly we return to Paris.

Strasbourg is the capital and principal city of the Alsace region in north- eastern France and official seat of the European Parliament. A pedestrian friendly city, visitors can enjoy water tourism and traverse winding canals throughout the city center.





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Posted by: Dennis on 2018-07-23

This was a Chinese speaking tour. The guide was good but not very fluent in English. The few English speaking people on the tour never knew what was going on. The tour is a good one but it needs to be made clear that it is not an English speaking tour.

I recommend this tour!

Posted by: Fatereh on 2017-07-03

The tour and itinerary was good but a bit rushed. The hotels were well chosen and very comfortable. They were well worth the price. The driver was not English speaking and not oriented to the cities we were visiting so it would take much longer to find the places and we had less time to visit. It was an English speaking tour but mixed with Chinese speaking. The tour guide had to repeat every thing in two languages so there was less time to explain about the history and architecture of the cities. Overall I think with some adjustments this tour can be a good experience.

I recommend this tour!

Posted by: nivedita on 2016-10-09

Our tour guide Hu was a real gentleman. The trip was fantastic. The driver too was extremely good and a fantastic driver so careful with two senior citizens traveling with us the never felt tired Both such responsible people we had a very smooth holiday. Thank you Sinorama tours and take tours

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