Vienna - the city of palaces and music (Austria)
Duration of the tour - 10 hours
We are ready to organize for you one-day tours to Austria capitol, with option to just walk the Vienna, or with use of Vienna local tour guide.
Vienna - it is a city of Emperors, luxurious palaces, picturesque streets and majestic plazas. The pearl of Europe stands on the banks of the Danube/Dunaj/Donau river, in green jewelry of green forests. Coty famous for its musicians, poets, city shining and cozy. Here wonderfully close and organically co-exist together modern and tradition ...
Vienna, it is two millennia of the Great History. Thanks to the art galleries, the huge concert halls and the world famous Vienna Opera, Vienna is considered the cultural center of Europe. In this city lived and worked W.A. Mozart, C. Beethoven and other brilliant composers, poet-romantic F. Grilpartser, writer S. Zweig, naturalist G.I. Mendel and many other outstanding figures of science and culture.
Vienna attracts hundreds with its first-class cafes and restaurants, where you can appreciate the Austrian cuisine, but also get to feel a unique Viennese atmosphere, where spiritual wealth harmoniously blends with earthly joy. Vienna Schnitzel, Zahr cake or Viennese strudel are known far beyond Austria.
During the trip you will have the opportunity to take a walk and make your own purchases on the Ringstrasse, to see the most beautiful places and monuments of the city - the Vienna Opera, St. Stephen's Cathedral, Schönbrunn - the summer residence of the Habsburgs, the Belvedere Palace, the Hofburg Castle, and also visit the entertainment complex with many attractions Prater.
The price of the trip does not include the cost of entrance tickets to museums, as well as the services of Vienna guides. Estimated cost of a 2-hour excursion in the center of Vienna 140 Euro.
Dresden - the capital of Saxony (Germany)
Dresden is the old capital of Saxony. Perhaps the most tragic event in the city is the senseless barbaric bombardment by the Allies aviation at the very end of the Second World War, which tragically changed the fate of this city on the Elbe. As a result of Anglo-American bombing on the night of February 13 to February 14, 1945, Dresden was almost completely destroyed: 18 million cubic meters of debris on an area of 15 square kilometers, 35 thousand dead among the local residents, to which can add tens of thousands of people who have sought refuge here. Traces of the destruction after the war times are still visible on the streets of the old city, despite the large-scale and active restoration that has been taking place since 1951 and continues until today. Nowadays, thanks to the restoration works in the historical center, the glory of the world cultural center is returning to Dresden. The opera house, built in the style of the Italian Renaissance in 1870-1878 of famous architect Gottfried Semper has already been restored. In the picture gallery "Old Masters" again have the opportunity to admire the "Sistine Madonna" Raphael and other masterpieces of paintry. In Dresden, everything is changing for the better. The city entered a new era. And our advice to you, go there now, until he again becomes polished and acquires a deceptive shine.
After the tour you will have free time. You can visit the famous art gallery - Zwinger
The price of the trip does not include the cost of entrance tickets to museums, as well as the services of Vienna guides. Estimated cost of a 2-hour excursion in the center of Dresden 80 Euro.
The city of Meissen was founded at the end of XII by the German King Henry I. Thanks to its successful position (between Leipzig and Prague) and the constant need for goods in the villages around the city, Maisen flourished. As a result of the Reformation in 1539, the three monasteries dissolved, and a local school was opened in the local Franciscan monastery. Since 1543 in the former monastery of St. Afra was located Saxon princely school. For a long time Maissen was one of the main handicrafts of the townspeople who produced the canvas, but after the Thirty Years' War the production completely fell into decay. In August 1710 August the Strong opened the manufacture of porcelain, which gives the industrial life of the city a new life. In 1834 the city again experienced a growth in prosperity. There are new enterprises, since 1835, the first steamships have started to run along the river, and in 1860 a railway appears in the city. Meissen becomes the center of the ceramic industry in Saxony. Two World Wars have bypassed the city side, without causing any significant damage to its historical part with the most beautiful historical architectural monuments.
The price of the trip does not include the cost of entrance tickets to the porcelain factory (9 euros / person). The cost of a 2-hour guided tour of Meissen with a local guide is 80 euros. The cost of a 2-hour tour of the porcelain factory is 90 euros.
The price of the trip does not include the cost of entrance tickets to museums, as well as the services of Meissen guides. Estimated cost of a 2-hour excursion in the center of Meissen 80 Euro.
The price of the trip does not include the cost of entrance tickets to museums, as well as the services of Nuremberg guides. Estimated cost of a 2-hour excursion in the center of Nuremberg 80 Euro.
The city of Munich stands on the Isar River, on the Bavarian land. The third-largest city of Germany never stops surprising its guests with originality, truly imperial scope, unique architecture, magnificent parks. Munich city guests and even the townspeople with a smile call the city The big village of Germany. Up to 1158 a.d. there was a small settlement of monks. But after Mr. Bavaria Duke Henry Leo built a new bridge across the river and minted the coin, the trade began to blossom. The settlement grew and became a fortress and then a city, which in 1180 managed to become the capital. Now Munich is a city of museums and a city-museum. The Wittelbach dynasty has laid a collection of paintings for which until today city is famous. Munich is also famous for its brewery traditions. There are six large breweries in the city, most of which are exported. Another attraction of the city is the Oktoberfest - a beer festival, salt sprinkled pastry, fried sausages and carousels, held annually in late September and early October on the Theresienwiese meadow.
The price of the trip does not include the cost of entrance tickets to museums, as well as the services of Munich guides. Estimated cost of a 2-hour excursion in the center of Munich 140 Euro.