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Day 1:
Departure Flight.

Day 2: Warsaw
Arrive Warsaw airport, meet your Teach By Travel tour manager, and transfer to your hotel for check-in. After an orientation briefing, time to explore on your own before dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Warsaw
Guided city tour of the capital of Poland, Warsaw. See the medieval structure of the Old Town , the New Town market square and town hall, the historic Royal Way and the Royal Lazienki, one of the most beautiful complexes of its kind in Europe. Free time to explore Aleje Ujazdowskie and its old palaces, villas and elegant residential houses.

Day 4: Krakow
Depart Warsaw and travel to medieval Krakow, whose origins date back to the 7th century. Free time before dinner and overnight.

Day 5: Krakow
Guided city tour of Krakow this morning, including the Royal Castle and Cathedral, Grand Square, the largest plaza of medieval Europe, Cloth Hall and more. Leisure time to stroll the Botanical Gardens, explore the trendy Podgorze district, or take an optional excursion to Auschwitz.

Day 6: Budapest
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the lovely views of the Tatra Mountains and the scenic countryside of Slovakia before arriving in Budapest. Dinner and overnight in Budapest.

Day 7: Budapest
Morning guided city sightseeing tour of Budapest. See the medieval Castle District, Royal Palace, Matthias Church, Gellert Hill, Heroes Square and more. Afternoon excursion to picturesque Szentendre, known for its museums, galleries, and artists. Special Evening Renaissance Dinner tonight!

Day 8: Vienna
Depart Budapest and journey to Vienna and its old-world charm. Afternoon guided tour of Schonbrunn Palace, an impressive example of Baroque Art, before dinner and overnight. Leisure time to stroll the cobbled streets and enjoy impressive Danube views.

Day 9: Vienna
Morning guided tour of Vienna, including The Spanish Riding School, Belvedere Palace, Hofburg Palace, St. Stephen's Cathedral and more. Time to browse the colorful small shops on the pedestrian Kartner Strasse. Special Dinner in Grinzing tonight.

Day 10: Vienna
A full free day to enjoy the charms of Vienna! Stroll one of the many gardens, visit a museum, or have a coffee at Cafe Landmann. Dinner and overnight in Vienna.

Day 11: Cesky Krumlov
Journey to lovely Cesky Krumlov today - enroute stop for a walking tour of Durnstein. View the gorgeous scenery of the Blue Danube enroute to Melk Abbey, a spectacular example of Rococo Art. Visit the Abbey and its unique library. On to medieval Cesky Krumlov, nearly encircled by the Vltava and overlooked by the castle. Dinner and overnight in Cesky Krumlov.

Day 12: Prague
Morning guided tour of the Cesky Krumlov Castle before leaving for Prague. Guided tour in Prague, including Hradcany Castle, Wallenstein Palace, St. Vitus's Cathedral, and Wenceslas Square, where Soviet tanks stopped the democratic process in 1968. Free time before dinner and overnight in Prague.

Day 13: Prague
A free day in Prague to persue your personal sightseeing agenda. You may want to shop for souvenirs, or stroll the Jewish Quarter, the Lesser Town, the Old Town or New Town, or perhaps a visit to Prater Amusement Park with its centuries-old ferris wheel. Dinner and overnight in Prague.

Day 14:
Transfer to the airport for your return flight.

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