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Vienna to Dubrovnik Overview
- 2013-01-01 - 2013-12-31
Tour Central Europe on an adventure from Vienna to Dubrovnik
Travel from Vienna to Dubrovnik on a tour through Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro and Croatia. Discover a region where the past continues to weave its spell through alpine towns and green valleys, and emanates from medieval castles and austere monasteries - sense the hidden magic of Central Europe. Traversing nine countries, there is much to see and plenty of opportunities to experience the culture and the people of this enchanting pocket of Europe. Better yet, there's loads of flexibility for you to do it your own way.
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Once the centre of the Habsburg Empire, Vienna is today a cosmopolitan city with music in the air and the grandeur of a golden past. Nestled on the picturesque Danube, Bratislava boasts a beautiful Old Town, and has a wealth of medieval towers, elegant castles and Baroque palaces to explore.
The picturesque medieval town of Cesky Krumlov is straight out of a fairytale. A stunning castle towers over the quaint old town, which boasts beautiful buildings and a confusion of cobbled alleyways.
Prague is an unforgettable city that has everyone in raptures. With a unique gallery of historic buildings and a charm that permeates from every stone, prepare for a cultural highlight.
The picturesque town of Teplice nad Metuji is part of a national park and home to some crazy looking rocks, great hiking trails and beautiful woodlands.
With a fascinating history and a charming World Heritage-listed old town, Krakow, the residence of Polish kings for centuries, has riches around very corner.
Creating a natural border between Slovakia and Poland, the striking Tatra Mountains are popular for winter sports and hiking - and are as beautiful as the Alps.
Budapest's grand architecture and boulevards evoke a time gone by, while glamorous stores and glitzy restaurants make this one of Europe's truly great cities.
Osijek, with its enchanting medieval citadel, is located along the banks of the Drava. The city's reputation as Croatia's gastronomic capital is well represented by its many riverside cafes.
Novi Sad is an interesting mixture of old Serbian cultural heritage, Austro-Hungarian architecture and scenic beauty. The city is surrounded by fertile farms and vineyards, framed by verdant hills.
Belgrade is one of the oldest cities in Europe, and while it has had a long and tumultuous history, its beauty and cultural nous will charm visitors on every level.
Sarajevo has emerged from the rubble of war to become a cultural hotspot - and one of Europe's most popular travel destinations. Mostar's Old Bridge, beautifully restored after its sad destruction, is but one drawcard in this picturesque city that's brimming with culture and history.
Built into the side of a rocky mountain in the 17th century, Ostrog Monastery is a stunning place of pilgrimage for Orthodox Christians and travellers alike.
Nestled among rocky mountains on the shores of the Mediterranean, Kotor is a delightful city with a beautifully-preserved medieval town.
The undisputed jewel of the Dalmatian Coast, Dubrovnik is a beautiful white stone town that is picturesque, full of character and surrounded entirely by city walls.
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