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Eastern Spirit

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24x de R$ 422,88

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Done with the standard Euro trip and now you want more? More diverse culture. More fascinating history. More alternative views. More pasta, pierogi, paprika and Pilsner. You're gonna' find it here. From Vienna's Baroque palaces to Amsterdam's cobblestoned streets, Budapest's ruin bars to Berlin's beer halls - and the lesser-known gems of Bratislava and Kraków. This is Eastern Europe at its finest. Time to delve deeper.

Bucket List Inclusions

Walking tour of Rome

Walking tour of Venice

Vaporetto ride in Venice

Driving tour of Vienna

Orientation tour of Bratislava

Driving tour of Budapest

Danube River Cruise

Walking tour of Kraków

Walking tour of Prague

Orientation tour of the restored city of Dresden

Driving tour of Berlin

More Inclusions

15 breakfasts, 0 lunches, 5 dinners

-12 nights in hostels, 3 nights in bungalows at European campsites


Modern air-conditioned coach with free Wi-Fi, including powerpoints for charging electronics

Group Size


Start/Finish Times

Start time:
Meet 14:00 in Rome

Finish time:
Approximately 21:00 in London

Ready to sack off the mundane and uncover extraordinary? Meet us in la bella Roma, then prepare for a walking tour to end all walking tours. Slip on your Birks, fill up your water bottle and pack your anti-chafing cream – you’re gonna’ need it. We’re talking a solid few hours of non-stop sights, off-the-tourist-trail hidden gems and a run-down of almost 3000 years of history. Pass by the Pantheon, throw our two cents in the Trevi Fountain, (don’t) sit on the Spanish Steps and wind things up under the shadow of the mighty Colosseum. Epic doesn’t even cut it. Then, you're in Disneyland for foodies so our included dinner tonight is guaranteed to be good. Buon appetito!

No lies – we have a long drive today. BUT name a better way to get to know your trip mates than handing ‘round the AUX cord. Later, we'll park up in Venice – home to over 400 bridges and birthplace of Vivaldi. Acquaint yourself with the usual suspects on a walking tour – ticking off the likes of St Mark's Square, Doge’s Palace and Accademia Bridge. Then, this beautifully romantic city is yours for the taking. For dinner, score a cheap(ish) meal at Osteria Al Portego or enjoy a spritz overlooking one of Venice’s fuchsia-pink sunsets.

Centuries-old architecture. Inventive cuisine. And a bucket-load of culture. Venice is just begging to be explored. Do the obvious and hop aboard an optional gondola ride along the Grand Canal. Spend your time seeking out the epic Libreria Acqua Alta bookshop. Head off the tourist trail with a trip to Giudecca Island. Or forget all the above and embark on a day-long gelataria-crawl. Go wandering. Chat to the locals. Get lost in the maze of canals and piazzas. That’s what makes the memories.

Order one last coffee in poor Italian (hey, you tried!), this morning we’ll weave our way through the Alps to Austria. Ten points if you can guess what Vienna is famous for. Musicians. Grand coffee houses. And strudel (duh!). Enjoy a quick stop at the opulent Schönbrunn Palace (home of the Princess Sisi), before driving by the likes of the Opera House, Hofburg Palace, Museum Quarter and Ringstrasse. The rest of the afternoon is 100% up to you. For dinner, head to Naschmarkt and try some knödel (Austrian dumplings) or go for the obvious choice – schnitzel.

A whole day in Vienna – prepare to have your heart well and truly stolen. Head to the Museum Quarter and explore. Contemporary art lover? MUMOK is a must. Or if historical architecture gets your heart pumping – Architekturzentrum Wien is for you. Wander around the extravagant Hofburg Palace. Visit St Stephen’s Cathedral. Grab a table at Cafe Central for the most boujee afternoon tea you’ve ever had (be prepared to queue). Or experience Vienna’s hipster hub in Neubau. Tonight, enjoy the sweet sounds of Mozart and Bach played by the Viennese Chamber Orchestra at an optional concert. Even if classical music isn’t your usual go-to, this is something special.

Our Vienna love affair was short but oh-so-sweet. Up next? The twin cities of Buda and Pest. But first: a quick whip around Slovakia’s fascinating capital. Three countries in one day? Only with us. In the City of Bridges, we’ll be chauffeured past the Chain Bridge, Castle District, Gellert Hotel, Heroes’ Square and House of Terror on a driving tour. SD cards full and tummies grumbling, it’s time to sample some of the local fare. Goulash. Chicken paprikash. Langos. Dobos cake. Hopefully you like paprika, they’re kinda obsessed with it here. Later, hang with the hipsters and drink local pálinka (fruit brandy) at one of the original ruin bars.

You wanted freedom to explore – here it is. Check out the Central Market Hall. Explore the Jewish Quarter. Play pinball at the Flippermúzeum. Get a harrowing education at the House of Terrors. Hunt down the Anonymous Statue. Soak in the therapeutic waters of the Széchenyi Thermal Baths. Head to Buda Castle and check out all the views from Fisherman’s Bastion. Tonight: go one step further with an included dinner cruise down the Danube – Buda Castle and House of Parliament look even better lit up like Christmas. Trust us.

Legend has it a dragon had to be defeated in order for Kraków to be built. And you thought your local council was tough! Get acquainted with Poland's beating heart on a walking tour – complete with an introduction to the city’s resident dragon. Then? Take Fleetwood's advice and go your own way. Top up your history knowledge at Wawel Castle, explore the hip cafes and boutiques in the Jewish Quarter, head to Schindler's Museum or find a local haunt and tuck into a piled-high plate of pierogi.

It's your day to delve deeper – need some suggestions? Head to Hamsa in the heart of the Jewish Quarter for some 'Hummus and Happiness', shop for the ‘Gold of the Baltic’ in the UNESCO-listed Cloth Hall. Or do as the locals do and head to Okraglak for some drool-worthy street food – Zapiekanki is a must! Then: it's time to refine your vodka-palette on an optional tasting tour. Learn the history behind Polish vodka and sample a few uniquely-flavoured varieties as you go. Refuse to drink it without Red Bull? There’s plenty of local haunts to pull into for a tasting of the local beer instead. And if things go late, Przypiecek is a 24hr pierogi place – just sayin’.

Onwards to the spire-filled skyline and mysterious streets of Prague! Our Trip Leader will get us acquainted with this picture-perfect city – complete with quirky clock tower – and point out all the must-dos for our free day tomorrow. After dinner, you can hit the town to try some local Czech beer or sample a cocktail at The Alchemist. An old-school venue, with a 1950’s vibe. Hint: if you want the full experience, ask for the 'choose your fate' – we'll see you in the morning.

Another day, completely your way. Trust us, there’s plenty to Czech out (ha!). Seek out the John Lennon wall. Soak up some history at the Communist Museum. Take the funicular up Petrin Hill for allll the views. Check out what the Dancing House is all about. Or grab a delish roast pork roll at one of the street vendors lining Old Town Square. Fancy yourself as a bit of a beer connoisseur? Don’t miss the beer tasting optional this afternoon. 11 different Czech beers + tapas = good times all around.

From one beer capital to the next. Get acquainted with 800 year-old Dresden – a city virtually destroyed in WWII and then rebuilt – before we make tracks to Berlin. Prep yourself for currywurst and more hipsters per capita than anywhere else. We'll drive you around to see the main sights including (what's left of) the Berlin Wall, the Holocaust Memorial, Museum Island and Alexanderplatz. After dinner, get the group together to see whether this city’s nightlife really lives up to the hype.

A city exploding with culture, history and bloody good food – you’ve got 24hrs to make the most of it. Our advice? Opt in for a historic walking tour that’s actually interesting. You’ll get a local insight into what the city was like under Nazi rule and tick off the likes of the Reichstag, Checkpoint Charlie and Brandenburg Gate. Plus, all the insider tips on how to spend the rest of your free day. Or put those elastic waistbands to the ultimate test on a locally-led food tour. We’re talking kebabs, pastries, more currywurst, pierogi and local Pilsner beer. Tonight, seek out Burgermeister for dinner. This place used to be a public toilet (ew) but now serves up the best burgers in Berlin (yum). Or see if Mustafa’s kebabs meets expectations.

Ok, nobody panic – the adventure is coming to a close. But we’re not done yet! The GPS is set for Amsterdam today. Once we arrive, hit the cobblestones and explore the likes of the Dam Square, the Royal Palace and the National Monument. This place is a foodie’s haven so you’ll have no issues finding somewhere to settle in for dinner. Give into temptation and grab a cone of hot chips with mayo. Mmm. Later, there’s an option to experience a show in the Red Light district. Or for a more local experience – head to a canal-side brewery or wine bar.

This is our last full day together. So, don't hang about - join the locals and get on your bike! Check out Amsterdam's iconic canals, bridges and parks on an optional bike tour. History buffs should pay a visit to the Anne Frank House (don't forget to book in advance!). And for the culture fiends - the Van Gogh Musuem and Rijksmuseum. Or if you're wanting a more local vibe, head to Hannekes Boom for waterfront views, good food and all-round good vibes. Whatever you get up to, make sure you're back in time to toast the final night of our European adventure at tonight's group dinner.

Seriously? It’s over? After breakfast, we’ll make tracks to LDN. Blast the Trip Song one last time – who’s up for a reunion trip next year?

-Get a personalised trip T-shirt or hoodie: from €21

-Gondola ride: from €20

-Tickets to the Sound of Vienna Orchestra: from €40

-Tickets to the Sound of Vienna Orchestra (dinner included): from €62

-Vodka tasting: from PLN 149

-Local beer tasting in Prague: from 800 CZK

-Third Reich walking tour: from €12

-Berlin food tour: from €35

-Red Light District show: from €30

-Bike tour of Amsterdam: from €14

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