Vienna, Prague, Dresden, Leipzig and Berlin. Travel Austria and Germany. 12 days of a fabulous journey with stops in 3* hotels with breakfast and paid tickets for trains between cities just for £590 (incl. the travel insurance policy)


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12 days / 11 nights of a fabulous journey with stops in 3* hotels with breakfast and paid tickets for trains between cities just for £ 590 (incl. the travel insurance policy)

* The price hotels is based on a double room, so you will need to buy a trip for two. Please, contact Travel Dream Club and we will offer a good option for Solo Travelers: ask@traveldreamclub.uk

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Combining three incredibly charming European cities: Budapest, Vienna and Prague, this multi-centre city break will fill you with romance and nostalgia. You will catch trains from each city to the next, allowing you to discover the changing scenery on your way to your next picturesque destination

The Itinerary

- 1 Day: You arrive to Vienna, start to enjoy your first day in this delightful Austrian city and stay overnight

- 2 Day: Your second day in Vienna and stay overnight

- 3 Day: Your third day in Vienna and stay overnight

- 4 Day: Train from Vienna to Prague (approx. 2 hrs 45 mins), enjoy your day and stay overnight

- 5 Day: Your second day in Prague and stay overnight

- 6 Day: Train from Prague to Dresden (approx. 2 hours 10 mins), start your day and stay overnight

- 7 Day: Your second day in Dresden and stay overnight

- 8 Day: Train from Dresden to Leipzig (approx. 1 hours 40 mins), enjoy your day and stay overnight

- 9 Day: Your second day in Leipzig and stay overnight

-10 Day: Train from Leipzig to Berlin (approx. 1 hours 20 mins), enjoy your day and stay overnight

- 11 Day: Your second day in Berlin and stay overnight

- 12 Day: Take a nice breakfast in your hotel, have a nice walk (depends on time of your fly tickets) and fly back home

First Stop, where you will stay for the next 3 nights:


Delightful Austrian city Vienna has a rich musical tradition with the likes of Mozart, Beethoven Strauss and Brahms once residing here...

...and musical events, operas and the theatre play a big part in its culture today.

Vienna is a compact city and is relatively easy to get round to explore its major sights. Some of the must see landmarks are St Stephen’s Cathedral and the Schonbrumm Palace and Hofburg Palace. If you need a rest from sightseeing, take a break at a Viennese coffee house for an authentic taste of local life

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The Viennese coffeehouse is an oasis of cosiness. It has historically played a crucial role in the shaping of culture in Vienna. Today, this unique phenomenon is well known all around the world...

"Viennese Apple Strudel"...Some clichés are clichés for a reason. This here is certainly one of them. It took Austria at least two dynasties of decadent monarchs to come up with delicious treats like that while ignoring things like international relations and world politics

With one single cup of coffee, which traditionally comes served on a silver tray with a glass of water, one is entitled to linger in the coffeehouse for hours and hours, even without ordering anything else, making you feel at home. It is here, in this amazing institution full of history, emotions and life, where poetry comes to life

But what does the Viennese coffeehouse exactly stand for apart from perfectly brewed coffee?...

...“The Viennese Coffeehouse is like second living room - it is here that you win your everyday inspiration... ”

Next Stop, where you will stay for the next 2 nights:


Prague’s history dates back over a thousand years. The city rivals any other in Europe in terms of sheer beauty but there is much more on offer than just a pretty face

Bisected by the Vlatava River, Prague will astound even the most well traveled tourist with its Gothic grace and Renaissance architecture, its many world-class museums and baroque style churches and bridges

Explore the medieval streets in the daylight, meander down the riverside in the evening and if all of the sight seeing becomes too tiring you can always relax with some hearty Czech cuisine and a choice of the finest lagers in the world

Did you know that the Czech Republic consumes more beer per capita than any other country in the world? ...

Therefore, it should come as no surprise that drinking beer is a popular pastime in the capital city of Prague

Trdelník with ice cream

Move over, puffle cone. There’s a new ice cream cone in town: the doughnut cone. You start with a pastry known as a chimney cake (or Trdelník) that’s wrapped over a metal form to create a hollow cone.

Trdelník with ice cream

The cone is then coated with cinnamon and sugar, lined with Nutella or jam and filled to the brim with soft serve ice cream

Next Stop, where you will stay for the next 2 nights:


Magnificent palaces, world-class museums, and historic churches—here are the best spots to add to your itinerary in Dresden...

Dresden is one of Germany’s most intriguing capitals, with a rich, complex history that dates back more than eight centuries. It was the seat of Saxony’s kings, who constructed a city of magnificent baroque palaces, fanciful opera houses, and elegant spired churches along a scenic stretch of the Elbe River.

Virtually destroyed in World War II then plunged into decades of communist rule, Dresden has slowly managed to rebuild and regain its former glory. Discover the reconstructed Altstadt (Old Town), explore world-class museums, or just enjoy the city’s lovely riverside location—here are eight of the best ways to make the most of your visit.

Bonus: most are within walking distance!

Royal Castle, Dresden. Age 730 years, first historical reference 1289

Duke Albrecht the Bold first designated the Residenzschloss his royal seat in 1485. It served all Saxon prince electors and kings in that capacity until 1918. The most famous among them is, of course, August the Strong (1670 – 1733).

Zwinger Palace, Dresden
Zwinger Palace, Dresden
Church of Our Lady, Dresden
Church of Our Lady, Dresden

The Semper Gallery houses the Old Masters Picture Gallery

When the Zwinger was completed in 1728, its northern side towards the Theater Square and the river was left open in order to allow for further enlargements. In 1838, the architect Gottfried Semper was asked to design an appropriate architectural setting for the painting collection of the royal court.

Semper Gallery, Dresden
Sistine Madonna, Raphael. Semper Gallery, Dresden
Semper Gallery, Dresden

Next Stop, where you will stay for the next 2 nights:

New Town Hall, Leipzig

Leipzig is Saxony's coolest city. The composers Johann Sebastian Bach and Felix Mendelssohn were its residents, and there are compelling visitor attractions for both figures. The city was founded in the 11th century at the intersection of two key trade routes, the Via Imperii and the Via Regia.

So it was natural that during the Medieval Holy Roman Empire Leipzig made name for its international trade fairs. That tradition persists today at the Leipzig Messe, the exhibition halls to the north of the city.

Altes Rathaus, Leipzig

Begun in 1556, the arcaded old town is the most beautiful historical landmark in Leipzig.

The Altes Rathaus is considered one of Germany’s best examples of Renaissance architecture, and is embellished with gables, mullioned windows and a tower that is slightly offset to the left.

Monument to the Battle of the Nations, Leipzig

Incredible stone temple is a monument to death, victory, and fantasy architecture - monument to the Battle of Leipzig.

The battle took place in 1813, and brought about one of Napoleon’s final defeats, against a coalition of armies from Russia, Prussia, Austria and Sweden.

Next Stop, where you will stay for the next 2 nights:


Berlin's combo of glamour and grit is bound to mesmerism all those keen to explore its vibrant culture, cutting-edge architecture, fabulous food, intense parties and tangible history.

Berlin is a big multicultural metropolis but deep down it maintains the unpretentious charm of an international village. Locals and expats follow the credo 'live and let live' and put greater emphasis on personal freedom and a creative lifestyle than on material wealth and status symbols.

Cafes are jammed at all hours, drinking is a religious rite and clubs keep going through the weekend into Monday. Size-wise, Berlin is pretty big but its key areas are wonderfully compact and easily navigated on foot, by bike or with public transport.


Berlin Cathedral was completed in 1905 after having started construction in 1451 and it is a huge monolithic building located on Museum Island in the Mitte borough. Because the cathedral is not actually the seat of any bishop, the term Cathedral is not used in a literal sense in the context of the building.

Berlin Cathedral

Perhaps one of the most iconic symbols of Berlin, the Brandenburg Gate is an 18th-century neoclassical monument. The history of the gate dates back to the Frederick William II of Prussia who ordered the building of it on the area where the city gates once stood. One block north leads to the parliament building, the Bundestag.

The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin

The Reichstag is a historic edifice in Berlin, Germany, constructed to house the Imperial Diet of the German Empire.

What makes the Reichstag so well-known is not merely its architecture, nor the the fact that is the current seat of the German Parliament (the Bundestag). What gathers curious onlookers from around the world has more to do with the dramatic events of its past, including the role it played in the rise of the Nazi regime.

From the time construction began in 1884, the Reichstag reflected the tumultuous nature of German leadership for years to come, almost as if the building itself were a bad omen. Kaiser Wilhelm I, who was the Emperor at the time, was responsible for laying its foundation stone. Yet he tried and failed twice before getting it right. The Kaiser didn’t even like the building to begin with because the Reichstag’s neo-baroque dome would be even greater in stature than the city castle.

Reichstag building, Berlin

Berlin is the city that never sleeps. Sometimes it seems as though Berliners are the lotus-eaters of Germany, people who love nothing more than a good time. From tiny basement clubs to industrial techno temples, chestnut-canopied beer gardens to fancy cocktail caverns, saucy cabarets to ear-pleasing symphonies – Berlin delivers hot-stepping odysseys, and not just after dark and on weekends

Germany is a land full of culinary delights. Located in the middle of western Europe, it’s at the same latitude as Newfoundland, which means the summer nights are long and inviting while wintertime is cold and snowy.

Sauerbraten (Roast Beef Stew)

The German pot roast is a deep and delicious hearty stew of tender beef, marinated in tenderizing vinegar and various spices. This hearty stew is traditionally served with red cabbage and potato dumplings or boiled potatoes.

Schweinshaxe (Pork Knuckle)

Often the size of an adult human head, the schweinshaxe is the ham hock or pork knuckle. It is usually roasted till the skin falls easily off the bone, the meat gets tender and juicy, and the skin is crispy and brittle. It is especially popular in Bavaria. Usually require long periods of preparation.

Rinderroulade (Beef Roll)

A typical dish in Saxony, this beef roulade packs different flavors into one single dish. Quality thin beef slices are rolled around bacon, onions, pickles, and mustard, and then roasted with red wine to produce a dark rich flavor.

Hasenpfeffer (Rabbit Stew)

Bite sized parts of a rabbit, which are often too small to be roasted, are braised with onions and wine for hours to produce this deliciously rich stew. The marinade is made from wine and vinegar

Traditional German Sausages

A long tradition of sausage-making exists in Germany; more than 1,500 different types of sausage are made.

Apfelkuchen (Apple Cake)

A sort of German apple cake that is simply delicious. The apples are soaked in sugar, cinnamon, and some lemon juice and then baked into a buttery pastry mixture.


This German traditional bread is usually served at Christmas. It’s basically a fruit cake chocked full of powdered sugar and candy. Its name in Germany is Christstollen and it’s a must-try if you’re in Germany for Christmas.

German Beer

You can’t come to Germany and not drink beer. The beer-drinking tradition in Germany goes back centuries and it continues to be an important part of their lifestyle today.

For 12 days - 11 nights of a fabulous journey with stops in 3* hotels with breakfast and paid tickets for trains between cities.

* The price of the hotels is based on a double room, so you will need to buy a trip for two.

*Please, contact Travel Dream Club and we will offer a good option for Solo Travelers: ask@traveldreamclub.uk

*Travel Dream Club will provide you with a travel guide with a description of routes and historical places, as well as a “package of tips” from experienced travelers and you will have your holiday enjoyable and planned by your desire.

* You can change the dates of your holiday before full coordination of details and completed travel documents.

*If you want to change amount of days/nights to stay, please, contact us: ask@traveldreamclub.uk . We are happy to make your holiday planned by your desire.

*No cancellation after full coordination of details and completed travel documents. Changes are possible, subject to availability.

* Refund before final approval of documents guaranteed.

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