Three Countries in Central Europe

3 – 11 October 2024

An immersive journey through Central Europe, exploring not only the captivating capitals but also the enchanting countryside of Slovakia, Austria, and the Czech Republic. This tour offers a delightful blend of history, culture, iconic landmarks, folklore, and exquisite wine that is sure to leave you truly amazed.

Max group size: 25
Operated in: English
Tour ID: RSC1024

Price: 1385 €/Person based on twin/double occupancy
Price per day: 154 €

Places you will see







Prague - around Old Time Square



Day 1: Arrival Vienna

Arrival in Vienna, individual transfer to the hotel, free time
Overnight in Vienna, Austria

Day 2: Guided Tour Vienna

In the morning we will start with extensive Vienna sightseeing – by bus and by foot.
You will see the symbol of Vienna –Stephansdom (St. Stephen´s Cathedral), the Parliament building, the Town Hall and the Baroque Plague Column on the famous shopping street Graben. You will stroll around the Royal Palace Hofburg and its vast gardens.  Of course, you will not miss the National Opera House, Roman Catholic Franciscan Church (Franziskanerkirche), Maria-Theresien-Platz with the grand monument to the  Empress Maria Theresa and the 2 vast historical buildings – one housing the largest art museum in Vienna (Kunsthistorisches Museum) and the other building housing Museum of Natural History (Naturhistorisches Museum), also another famous shopping street Kärntner Strasse and the Donner Fountain.
Free time during the lunch time to enjoy the city on your own.
During the bus tour you can see the UNO City, one of the four official headquarters of the United Nations. Hundertwasser house – one of Austria’s architectural highlights, the house designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser: amazing shapes, fantastic colours and more than 200 trees and shrubs on the balconies and roof terraces make the Hundertwasserhaus a green oasis in the heart of the city. Also  Belveder castle – another famous art museum incl. vast gardens (no admissions). 
Overnight in Vienna, Austria

Day 3: Visit of Carnuntum, Orientation Tour Bratislava, Transfer 75 km

In the morning we will set off for Bratislava. On our way there we will stop at Carnuntum – an amazing reminder of the Roman times in this area.  This place is more than just a museum. You  will see how the Romans really lived, how they worked, what they ate. A special experience during this tour is the visit of the Roman spa.
We will arrive in Bratislava at noon. We will have free time to have lunch at one of Bratislava’s many options. After lunch our tour of Bratislava will start. The bus will take you to the Bratislava castle which offers beautiful views of the Danube river, the bridges and a big part of the city. Along the way we will see the noble Grassalkovich Palace – the current seat of the country’s president.
From the castle we will walk down to the historical centre where we will  see the Jewish  monument, St. Martin’s Church, House of the National Opera and the Ganymed fountain, Main square with the Maximilian fountain, Town hall, The Primate’s Palace where the peace treaty with  Napoleon was signed in 1805, Michael’s Gate the only city gate that has been preserved of the mediaeval fortifications. The city centre is small but picturesque and we promise you will not get tired here!
Overnight in Bratislava


Day 4: Guided Tour Banska Stiavnica, Transfer 170 km

Today we will move to the center of Slovakia. Before entering the splendid city of Banska Stiavnica the bus will take us to the lake Pocuvadlo. But why is it important? Well, we will tell you all about it there.
Banska Stiavnica is an old mining city, which was famous in the past for its huge production of silver and other precious metals. Many outstanding engineers and scientists visited this town and contributed to its fame. This old mediaeval mining centre then grew into a splendid town with Renaissance palaces, elegant houses and cosy squares. 
 The most treasured and famous monuments include the Old and New Castles, the Kammerhof – the former seat of the mining guild and the central administration office for the mines, the Knocking Tower, the Holy Trinity Square with the Column of Holy Trinity and the Rose Street. The Baroque Calvary, one of the town’s dominants, towers on a hill above the city.
Overnight in Banska Stiavnica


Day 5: Visit of Trencin, Dinner and Wine Tasting in Lednice, Transfer 240 km

In the morning we will continue our tour to the Czech Republic. Before we reach the border, we will make a stop in Trencin to visit its famous castle built in the 11th century to guard important merchant roads from North to the South.  Despite the castle’s age it’s still in remarkable shape and the whole  castle area is open for visitors. We will see several palaces and towers, barracks, the famine prison and the famous well of love. Want to hear the age-old love story? Join us for the tour.
Just below, on the castle rock there is an important historical artefact – a stone table from 179 AD with even nowadays readable inscriptions commemorating the victory of the Roman army over the German troops.
From Trencin we will continue to the south-eastern part of the Czech Republic – Moravia, famous for its historical sights and great wine.
During the evening  wine tasting  some of the best Moravian wines and the local cuisine will be introduce to you.
Overnight in Lednice area

Day 6: Guided Tour of Lednice Castle, Boat trip, Visit of Jewish Quater in Trebic, Transfer 120 km

One of the region’s top attractions is the picturesque Lednice castle incl. its rich gardens – the former property of the Lichtenstein family which they owned for almost 700 years and ´which was confiscated after the WWII. Not only the castle is worth seeing – the huge gardens belonging to the castle with its attractions are simply MUST-SEE. We will hop on a boat and sail along the river of Dyje flowing through the gardens and  pay a visit to the Minaret, an unexpected construction in the area where there have not been any  Moslims.
Lunch will be served in a restaurant in Lednice.  After that we will visit one of the most spectacular sights in Europe – a Jewish residential quarter in Trebic, one of the very few completely preserved Jewish quarters outside Israel.
Overnight in Trebic

Day 7: Guided Tour Kutna Hora, Visit of Sedlec, Transfer 110 km

In the morning we will continue to Kutna Hora – a  small town in the middle of the Czech republic with rich history going back to the 13th  century. The history is closely connected with the silver mining and the mint – the Prague Gros from Kutna Hora was widely know across Europe in middle ages. The wealth of the city in those times is well documented by rich architectural sights, among them the Gothic Cathedral of St. Barbara is the most precious one.
However, the first stop will be in Sedlec. We will see an amazing ossuary there. The tour of Kutna Hora will follow after lunch which we can have in several restaurants in Kutna Hora.
Overnight in Kutna Hora

Day 8: Guided Tour Prag

We will move on to Prague in the morning. The sightseeing will start with the city’s symbol looking over the Vltava River – the Prague castle.
Prague Castle is the ancient symbol of Prague, the most significant Czech monument, a UNESCO Heritage site with the tradition of more than 1000 years. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Prague Castle is the largest coherent castle complex in the world, with an area of almost 70 000 m2. Today,  the Prague castle itself is the seat of the Czech president.
Apart from the castle itself there were several churches built on the castle ground, the most important and the biggest being the Church of St. Vitus. Another famous part of the castle area is the so-called „Golden Street“ – the name coined in the Middle ages when goldsmiths and alchemists used to dwell there.
From the castle we will walk down along the Nerudova street to the Little Quarter – an ancient part of Prague on the bank of the Vltava River. Later we will cross the Charles Bridge – one of the most famous attractions of Prague – now full of various artists and small souvenir stalls. On its other side there is the Old Town square with  its popular astronomical clock and other monuments.
From there we will continue the walk to the Wenceslas square in the heart of Prague and, being the center of commercial and social life, one of the busiest areas there.
Here your Prague sightseeing comes to its end. Transfer to the hotel or night Prague on your own.
Overnight in  Prague

Day 9: Departure

After breakfast departure home (individual)

What is included


Accommodation in double/twin/single/triple rooms in 3-4* hotels


8x breakfast
1x lunch in Lednice
1x traditional dinner in the Lednice region


English speaking tour leader and English speaking local guides;
It means that everywhere there is a sightseeing tour in the itinerary included you will be accompanied by a local licensed English speaking guide who will give you a deep insight into the history and life in the area.


– all in-land bus transfers ( Day 2- 8)
– public transport according to the program (Prague)

Additional Services Included

– Wine tasting in the Lednice region
– Boat trip in Lednice
– Guided Tours: Vienna, Banska Stiavnica, Trebic, Kutna Hora, Prague
– Orientation Tour: Bratislava
– Admission fees: Carnuntum, Mine adit in Banska Stiavnica, Trencin castle, Lednice chateau, Jewish quarters in Trebic, Ossuary in Sedlec
– Audio Guide Head Set during the Tours


Your insurance is not included in the price of the tour. We strongly advice you to obtain adequate and appropriate insurance cover for your tour including health insurance.

You should know


Austria, Slovakia – EUR
Czech Republic – Czech Crown


Weather in Central Europe is hard to predict. In October it can be rather cold (temperatures in night can fall to 0°Celsius), however it can also be pretty warm, during the day the temperatures can reach up to 20 °C. It can be sunny or rainy. Therefore we recommend to bring warm clothes and umbrellas.

Health requirements

The tour is not very demanding in terms of physical requirements or health conditions. However, please take in account that city sightseeings can require 2 – 3 hours of walking, exceptionally longer.


The countries you are going to travel are part of the Schengen zone. It means you only need single visa (if needed at all) to enter the Schengen zone. It is responsibility of the customer to find out if he/she needs visa to enter Schengen zone. Should you need any help, pls. feel free to contact us.

Payment Information

The price of the tour is payable in one instalment to be paid latest 60 days prior to the departure. This instalment also includes the Non-refundable Booking Fee in the amount of 180 EUR. Further information on payment and cancellation conditions can be found in the General Terms and Conditions

Got any questions?

Feel free to contact us.