See what is included!
- Value for money holidays that you will cherish for a lifetime.
- Guided City tour of Budapest with Parliament visit.
- Exhilarating cruise on Danube River.
- Get the feel of Hungary with folklore show.
- Guided walking tour of old quarter of Belgrade.
- Visit Belgrade Fortress
- Orientation tour of Timisoara
- Day excursion to Bran with visit to Bran Castle – Count Vampire Dracula’s birth house & Peles Castle
- Guided city tour of Bucharest with visit to the Parliament.
- Enjoy a Folklore show in Bucharest.
- Get familiar with the city of Sofia on your walking tour.
- Entrance to St. Alexander Neveski Cathedral.
- Visit the King’s Palace in Sofia – build in 1873.
- Guided walking tour of Skopje.
- Visit Mother Terrassa Memorial House.
- Guided city tour of Tirana.
- Visit the Clock Museum.
- Enjoy a cable car ride Dajti Mountain.
- Guided city tour of Dubrovnik
- Enjoy a guided city tour of Split
- Guided city tour of Zagreb
- Service of Multilingual & Knowledgeable Tour Manager accompanying you throughout the tour.
- 2 Nights hotel Mercure or similar at Budapest
- 1 Night hotel Holiday Inn or similar at Belgrade
- 1 Night Hotel Mercure or similar at Timisoara
- 1 Night hotel Ramada or similar at Brasov
- 2 Nights hotel Boutique Moxa or similar at Bucharest
- 2 Nights hotel Ramada or similar at Sofia
- 1 Night hotel Ibis or similar at Skopje
- 1 Nights hotel Sheraton or similar at Tirana
- 2 Nights hotel Grand Park or similar at Dubrovnik
- 1 Night Hotel President or similar at Split
- 1 Night hotel Sheraton or similar at Zagreb
- Daily Buffet Breakfast.
- 15 Jain/Vegetarian/Non-Vegetarian Local or Indian Dinners
Day 1 Welcome to Budapest. Enjoy a folklore show.
Welcome to Budapest – situated on two sides of the River Danube. Meet your friendly Travel Professional outside the baggage hall and proceed to our hotel. (Check-in after 1500 hrs.). A Hungarian evening awaits you tonight, spend an enjoyable evening with 03 course meal and wine accompanied by a varied folklore programme.
Overnight in Budapest. (Dinner)
Today morning proceed on a guided city tour of Budapest, drive past Heroes’ Square, Gellert Hill, the Castle district, St. Matthew’s church and the Fishermen’s bastion in the Pest area located on a hill, with its spectacular view over the city. Later proceed on a tour of the Hungarian Parliament building. All the interior rooms and passageways are ornamented in a rich neo-Gothic style. Later in the afternoon cruise on river Danube and appreciate what made Johan Strauss compose “Blue Danube”.
Overnight in Budapest. (Breakfast/Dinner)
Sit in the comforts of your coach as we proceed to Belgrade – the capital and largest city of Serbia. Its most significant landmark is Beogradska Tvrđava, an imposing fortress at the confluence of the Danube and the Sava rivers. Arrive Belgrade, rest of the day at leisure.
Overnight in Belgrade. (Breakfast/Dinner)
Today enjoy a guided walking tour of Belgrade. Walk past Nikola Pašić Square, Kneza Miloša Street, Yugoslav History Museum, Partizan Stadium, St. Sava Temple, Slavija, Kralja Milana Street, Terazije Square, Republic Square, Student Square, Kalemegdan Lower Town, The Cathedral, Branko’s Bridge, Ušće Shopping Mall, Zeleni venac, Moskva Hotel, Nikola Pašić Square. View Nikola Tesla Museum Later visit Belgrade Fortress, consists of the old citadel and Kalemegdan Park on the confluence of the River Sava and Danube. Later proceed to Timisoara – the capital city of Timiș County, and the main social, economic and cultural centre in western Romania.
Overnight in Timisoara. (Breakfast/Dinner)
Today morning depart for an orientation tour of Timisoara, drive past the important landmarks of the city before you proceed to Brasov – also known as the ‘The Heart of Transylvania’ … discover its beauties especially its outstanding old city centre with the small colorful houses from the medieval times. Rest of the day at leisure for you to relax.
Overnight in Brasov. (Breakfast/Dinner)
Depart to Sighisoara, one of the few still inhabited medieval fortresses in Europe. The town has been listed by UNESCO as World Heritage Site. View the Town’s landmark – the Clock Tower, the Church on the Hill and the birth house of the world famous Count Vampire Dracula. Later visit Peles Castle and admire the stunning interiors of the castle. Later proceed to Bran for a visit to the Dracula Castle. The castle was built by the Transylvanian Saxons at the end of the 14th century and served as customs between the 02 Romanian regions – Wallachia & Transylvania. Discover the myth and legend of Count Dracula ! Then proceed to Bucharest, for a traditional Romanian folklore show.
Overnight in Bucharest. (Breakfast/Dinner)
Today in the morning proceed on a guided city tour of Bucharest – a city of contrasts with many multicultural scenes including entrance into Palace of the Parliament, view the Patriarchal Church and the Village Museum. Start the tour with an inside visit of the Palace of the Parliament, also known as “The People’s House”, which according to Guinness World Records it is the largest and most expensive administrative building in the world. Visit the open-air Village Museum and the Patriarchal Church from the 17th century. Rest of the day is free to explore the city on your own.
Overnight in Bucharest. (Breakfast/Dinner)
Today morning board your coach and proceed to Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria. It’s in the west of the country, below Vitosha Mountain. The city’s churches and monuments reflect more than 2,000 years of history, including Greek, Roman, Ottoman and Soviet occupation. Medieval Boyana church has 13th-century frescoes. Roman-built, 4th-century Rotonda Sveti Georgi church has medieval and Ottoman decoration dating back to the 10th century.
Overnight in Sofia. (Breakfast/Dinner)
Today morning enjoy a guided walking tour of the city of Sofia. View the Eagles’ Bridge, Saint Sofia Church, National Opera, The Russian Church, Ivan Vazov National Theatre, National Art Gallery, National Archaeological Museum & Sofia Synagogue. Later proceed to Alexander Nevsky Cathedral – a Bulgarian Orthodox cathedral in Sofia. Proceed to the King’s Palace – Built in 1873, it was the residence of the ruling governor during the Ottoman occupation, with administrative offices and police headquarters on the lower floors. Rest of the day is at leisure to explore the city on your own.
Overnight in Sofia. (Breakfast/Dinner)
Proceed to Skopje the capital of the Republic of Macedonia, in the centre of the Balkan Peninsula. The 15th-century Stone Bridge connects the Ottoman Old Bazaar on the Vardar River‘s north bank with contemporary Macedonia Square to the south. The Skopje Fortress overlooking the river has defended the city for centuries. On arrival enjoy a guided tour that will show you the main square, Mother Theresa’s memorial home, the Old Quarter (or the Ottoman quarter) and an outside view of the Kale fortress. Later visit the Mother Teresa Memorial House, dedicated to the humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mother Teresa and is located in her hometown Skopje.
Overnight in Skopje. (Breakfast/Dinner)
Proceed to Tirana – the capital of Albania, known for its colorful Ottoman – Fascist- and Soviet-era architecture. Pastel buildings surround the city’s focal point, Skanderbeg Square, named for its equestrian statue of a national hero. On arrival continue to Dajti Mountain. Dajti is also a National Park, with much diversity of flora and fauna. Enjoy the beautiful view from the cable car leading to nearly the very top of Dajti Mountain.
Overnight in Tirana. (Breakfast/Dinner)
Enjoy a guided city tour of Tirana beginning at Skanderbeg Square, named after the Albanian hero, and the main landmark of the city. Visit the Et’hem Bey Mosque which pilgrims go to offer prayers. Drive past the Clock Tower, the Palace of Culture, the monument to Mother Albania and the National Historical Museum, which are some significant places every visitor must see. Later visit Clock Museum; the museum documents the history of tower clocks in Albania through models, documents, prints, graphics and other historic items. Later proceed to Dubrovnik – George Bernard Shaw, smitten by the beauty of the city famously said “Those who seek paradise on Earth must come to Dubrovnik”. The untouched, 1940m long defensive walls – today under the protection of UNESCO – girdle in a city which carries the appellation of the Pearl of the Adriatic.
Overnight in Dubrovnik. (Breakfast/Dinner)
Proceed on a guided walking tour of the city of Dubrovnik which is on UNESCO’s List of Cultural Heritage. This ancient town, surrounded by ramparts and fortresses, is a treasure trove of architectural and cultural master places, scrupulously preserved over the centuries. Rest of the day is free to explore this beautiful city on your own.
Overnight in Dubrovnik. (Breakfast/Dinner)
Today morning sit in the comforts of your coach and proceed on a scenic drive along the Adriatic Sea to Split. The city of Split, the second largest city in Croatia, is situated in the warmest region of the northern Mediterranean coast, in the very center of the Adriatic eastern coast. On arrival, proceed on a guided tour of Diocletian’s Palace an ancient palace built for the Roman Emperor Diocletian. It is facing the harbor and one of the most imposing Roman ruins in existence.
Overnight in Split. (Breakfast/Dinner)
Drive to the Croatian capital Zagreb, one of the most visited places in East Europe. On arrival proceed on a guided city tour of this beautiful city. See the famous monuments in Zagreb and hear about Zagreb’s present life. Visit the oldest parts of the city and hear fascinating stories. Experience the vividness of the city centre and enjoy strolling along the green promenades, and all that in a friendly atmosphere. Visit the Gornji Grad upper town, Donji Grand lower town. Zagreb Rest of the day is free to explore the city on your own.
Overnight in Zagreb. (Breakfast/Dinner)
Your Holiday ends, today it’s time to fly back home. Check out and depart for the Airport for the flight home. (Breakfast)
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* Please contact us for current offers.
• Single Room Supplement : EURO 710
• Triple Room Reduction : NIL
* Government Service Tax applicable over and above the tour cost mentioned.
WHAT YOUR TOUR PRICE INCLUDES
• Return Economy Class group airfare as per itinerary (Presently calculated as prevailing on 15th September 2017).
• Cost of your ticket taxes (Presently calculated as prevailing on 15th September 2017).
• Multiple entry Schengen visa.
• The costs of Schengen visas are included in your tour price with documentation, processing and consulate fees.
• The Schengen Visa on your tour is valid for travel to Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, and France (In case of any change in the European Community visa policy, additional charges will be applicable.)
• Driver tips of EURO 03 per person per day included for the duration of the tour.
May 2018 : 16
June 2018 : 20
• The tour will be operated subject to a minimum of 30 full paying passengers travelling together. In the event the group size is less than 30 passengers you will be given an option of travelling on another departure date.
WHAT YOUR TOUR PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE
• The cost of the Passport, POE charges, etc.
• Any expenses of personal nature such as porterage, laundry, wines, mineral/bottled water, food & drink not in the regular menus provided by us, mini bar and telephone calls.
• Meals are pre-set and a choice of menu is not available.
• Cost of excursions, city sightseeing, entrance fees and local guides availed of by the passengers, other than that mentioned in the ‘What your tour price includes’.
• Surcharges incase applicable on certain departure dates.
• Government Service Taxes and other taxes as applicable.