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  • Traditional Christmas markets in Prague
  • Skiing in Zakopane
  • A traditional Viennese Christmas dinner
  • Soak in the thermal pools of Budapest
  • New Years Eve in Krakow
  • The Bohemian gem of Cesky Krumlov
  • Cosy Christmas atmosphere
Eastern Trek (Prague to Krakow)

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Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary & Poland

We put this trek together to bring friends and travelling orphans together over the festive period. You will eat and drink well on this trip! Start your Eastern Europe festive experience in stunning Prague, spend Christmas in sumptuous Vienna and go clubbing in uber-cool Krakow on New Year's Eve. Our original Festive trek was so popular; this is the itinerary in reverse but just as brilliant an experience. Both treks meet in Budapest on Boxing Day for the party to end all parties!

What's Included

  • Your fantastic Busabout Guide
  • 10 nights' accommodation
  • 10 breakfasts
  • Walking tour of Krakow
  • Local traditional Christmas dinner
  • Christmas Eve dinner
  • Vienna Schnapps museum

Free Time

Take time out with one of our Optional Extras. Full details from your Guide

  • Welcome to Budapest dinner and evening Danube cruise
  • Krakow Salt Mines
  • Skiing on the slopes of Zakopane
  • Vienna walking
  • Thermal pools, Budapest
  • Tour of Auschwitz and Birkenau

H: Included Highlights

F: Free Time Option

Day 1: Prague

We meet at 9am for an orientation walk around Prague. Get ready to see the sights before delving into the Christmas markets. The afternoon is free for you to visit a museum, shop for that secret Santa present before getting ready for the Welcome Party and the chance to get to know your fellow trekkers and Guides.

Day 2: Prague to Cesky Krumlov

We depart Prague and make the short journey to Cesky Krumlov, a Bohemian jewel looking great especially at Christmas time. We'll do an orientation walk before enjoying dinner in the old town. The town is always full of Christmas festivity at this time of year, so it's a great opportunity to celebrate with the locals tonight.

Day 3: Cesky Krumlov to Vienna

Today we journey to the Austrian capital, Vienna, where we will have the chance to visit some traditional Christmas markets. Austrians celebrate Christmas tonight so we'll do the same, with a delicious dinner included and a few drinks to see in Christmas Eve with style.

Day 4: Vienna

Wake up to a Christmas in Vienna, a world city. Today is free to call home and then explore this opulent and classical city before tonight‘s celebrations of a scrumptious dinner in a traditional Viennese restaurant. This is a real highlight, eating and drinking quality food and wine which you will never forget. Then it’s party time!

Day 5: Vienna to Budapest

We leave Vienna and head further east to the Hungarian metropolis, Budapest stopping en route in Bratislava for some winter fun. Bratislava has an amazing castle district and old town where we'll have lunch. We have great friends in Budapest that will make your Boxing Day a fun evening. A meal of goulash on board the Danube River night cruise.

Day 6: Budapest

It's your day in Budapest to really get to know this magnificent town. Some of our favourite spots include the Ice-Skating Rink (the largest outdoor rink in Europe) or the Castle District and St Stephen's Cathedral. Melt away the evening in the cities' famous thermal baths (what better way to spend a cold European Winters evening outside in the steaming hot waters?)

Day 7: Budapest to Zakopane

We bid Budapest goodbye and head through Slovakia and into the Polish Alps for some winter fun and revelry. The highland food is a highlight. Zakopane is set in the wonderful Tatras mountains and the homely accommodation here sits snugly in the Alps.

Day 8: Zakopane

A day to enjoy the Alps, where you’ll find the skiing is great value. The town of Zakopane looks fabulous at this time and the pre New Year's atmosphere abounds throughout the huts that dot the slopes. Tonight is a free night to explore the local restaurants before meeting your Guide for a few drinks at the local bars.

Day 9: Zakopane to Krakow

We leave the Polish Alps as we head for one of Europe's most stunning cities – Krakow, our final stop on tour! This old city hosts one of the most elaborate New Year’s parties in Europe with the huge city square playing host to live acts, DJs and fireworks! The city is world famous for its nightlife with a labyrinth of underground clubs down secret little side streets with the world's best vodkas, pumping dance floors full of beautiful people and a great music scene from the funky and chic to the cool and underground – the city has it all. Tonight we'll head to Kazimierz the old quirky Jewish quarter for some live music and real good food for a bit of a warm up!

Day 10: Krakow

We set off on the Krakow city walk seeing all the top sights. The afternoon is set as free time in preparation for a New Year to remember. We’ll visit some of the best bars and clubs in the town while dancing the night away until the early hours.

Day 11: Krakow

Trek finishes after breakfast



I had a brilliant time. Everyone was so friendly. The trip was amazing"

Amy, Sydney

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