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SHORT ITINERARY

PRAGUE, source Citrus
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DAY 1: Arrival to Prague

Arrival to hotel – welcome briefing – traditional Czech dinner – overnight Prague
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DAY 2: Prague

Prague castle complex – Old town tour – lunch in traditional restaurant – optional Segway tour – overnight Prague
NUREMBERG
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DAY 3: Prague – Nuremberg – Munich

Nuremberg culinary tour of Old town – overnight Munich
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DAY 4: Munich – Dachau

Dachau Concentration Camp – Munich tour – Hofbrauhaus beer hall dinner and entertainment – overnight Munich
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DAY 5: Munich – Berchtesgaden – Eagles Nest – Salzburg

Scenic drive to Salzburg – Berchtesgaden Salt Mine visit – lunch at Hitler’s former retreat, Eagles Nest – overnight Salzburg
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DAY 6: Salzburg

Salzburg tour with Sound of Music – optional concert dinner at the St. Peter Stiftskeller – overnight Salzburg
WACHAU VALLEY DANUBE RIVER CRUISE
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DAY 7: Salzburg – Wachau Valley River Cruise – Vienna

Wachau Valley river cruise on the Danube River – Melk Abbey visit – Vienna Ring Road tour – overnight Vienna
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DAY 8: Vienna – Schoenbrunn Palace

Schoenbrunn Palace visit – afternoon at leisure – overnight Vienna
BUDAPEST
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DAY 9: Vienna – Budapest

Panoramic bus tour of Budapest – Buda Castle area – Pest free time – farewell dinner – overnight Budapest
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DAY 10: Depart Budapest

Transfer to the airport. Safe travel!

ABOUT THIS TOUR

Start: Prague, Czech Republic

End: Budapest, Hungary

Duration: 10 days

Type of Travel: Escorted, with local guides

Group size: Maximum 26 travellers

Inclusive: main entrance fees

Accommodation: 4* or 3* hotels

Meals: 10 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 3 dinners

Physical rating:      

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE TOUR

  • Tour of majestic Prague Castle
  • Traditional Czech cuisine dinner in Prague
  • Visit several restaurants during Nuremberg Culinary tour
  • Dachau Concentration Camp visit
  • Enjoy Bavarian atmosphere while dining in Hofbrauhaus in Munich
  • Exciting and fun Berchtesgaden Salt Mine tour
  • Lunch in Hitler’s former alpine retreat Eagles Nest
  • ‘Sound of Music’ Tour in Salzburg
  • Historic Wachau valley wine tasting and scenic river cruise with lunch
  • Habsburg imperial summer residence, Schoenbrunn palace
  • Budapest twin city

DETAILED ITINERARY (DAY-BY-DAY)

DAY 1: Arrival to Prague

Welcome to Prague – the “City of 100 Spires” and the start of our exciting journey! You will be met upon arrival at the airport and transferred to the hotel in Prague. Check-in at hotel and freshen up. At 6pm, meet your fellow travelers and tour director for a welcome drink at the orientation meeting. Welcome drink and orientation will be followed by a traditional Czech dinner and folklore show. Dobrou chut’! Overnight in Prague. (D)

DAY 2: Prague

Visit one of Europe’s most beautiful and historic cities with a local guide. Our tour will start at the 1,000-year old Prague Castle, where we can admire the stained glass of the St. Vitus Cathedral and spectacular views of Old Town. We then continue to Old Town Square where the mechanical antics of the Astronomical Clock’s glockenspiel are sure to delight. Finish with lunch in a traditional restaurant and then the city is yours to explore! Czechs are passionate about their beer, so be sure to try the local lagers. [Optional: Join Segway tour and see different parts of Prague]. Overnight in Prague. (B,L)

DAY 3: Prague – Nuremberg – Munich

Depart Prague and stop in Nuremberg on our way to Munich. Nuremberg is more than just Christmas markets or the Nuremberg trials. Experience the lively co-existence of medieval and modern in a walking culinary tour of Nuremberg’s Old Town before continuing to Munich. Evening arrival in Munich, check in at hotel and rest of night at leisure. Overnight in Munich. (B, L)

DAY 4: Munich – Dachau

Morning visit of the former Dachau Concentration Camp, which started as a work camp for German dissidents. Return to Munich and feel the energy of this lively and fascinating city during a tour that highlights Olympic Park, the world-famous Glockenspiel and Marienplatz – a beautiful square surrounded by shops, restaurants and cafes. Enjoy dinner at Munich’s world-famous watering hole, Hofbrahaus – a 3-floor beer hall dating back to the 16th century. We will enjoy great food and beer with Bavarian entertainment and music. Overnight in Munich. (B,D)

DAY 5: Munich – Berchtesgaden – Eagles Nest – Salzburg

Depart Munich and enjoy a scenic ride to Salzburg. On the way, we will stop at Berchtesgaden Salt Mine, which has been in continuous operation since 1517. At Berchtesgaden, we will hop on the visitor’s train to join an exciting salt mine tour to see a salt cathedral, salt laboratory, treasure vault and mirror lake. For lunch, we will ascend to Hitler’s former retreat, Eagles Nest, now a cosy restaurant with a spectacular 360-degree view of the Bavarian Alps. Arrive in Salzburg and enjoy an evening at leisure. Overnight in Salzburg. (B,L)

DAY 6: Salzburg

Get your singing voice ready as we explore Salzburg, the city of Mozart and the “Sound of Music”. See the formal gardens of Mirabell Palace (which include the fountains and statutes where the “Do, Re, Mi” scene was filmed) and Residence Square and its fountain (where Maria sings “I have Confidence”). Witness the imposing fortress Festung Hohensalzburg, immense cathedral and Mozart’s birthplace on the lively Getreidegasse. Rest of the day at leisure. [Optional: join optional concert dinner at the St. Peter Stiftskeller.] Overnight in Salzburg. (B)

DAY 7: Salzburg – Wachau Valley River Cruise – Vienna

Depart to Wachau Valley, where we will take a scenic river cruise on the Danube River on our way to Vienna. The 24-mile stretch of Wachau between the towns of Melk and Krems is dotted with magnificent castles and riverside towns. Visit well preserved Melk Abbey, followed by wine tasting and lunch on the river cruise. Once in Vienna, get your camera ready for the famous Ring Road, a grand boulevard built along the lines of the old city walls that showcases many of the capital’s architectural masterpieces, including the Opera House and magnificent Hofburg Imperial Residence. Followed by a tour around awe-inspiring St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Evening at leisure. Overnight in Vienna. (B, L, WT)

DAY 8: Vienna – Schoenbrunn Palace

Visit the Habsburg imperial summer residence – Schoenbrunn Palace. During the reign of Maria Theresa, the Palace was the glittering focus of court life. From this time on, it played host to the leading statesmen of Europe. After touring the palace interiors, the afternoon is at leisure for exploration: relax in the park and gardens of the palace, visit the Schoenbrunn zoo, or get lost in the Maze & Labyrinth. A walk away there is also the Technical Museum of Vienna. Back at historical city center, you can visit State Opera House, art museum Albertina, or City Hall. Maybe you want to see Vienna from panoramic wheel Wiener Riesenrad or have some fun at amusement park Prater! (B)

DAY 9: Vienna – Budapest

Depart by bus to Budapest, capital of Hungary. Upon arrival panoramic bus tour of Hungary’s lovely capital, featuring the historic Buda Castle area, Fisherman’s Bastion and the 500-year-old St. Matthias Church. Enjoy splendid views of the twin cities of Buda and Pest, nestled on opposing banks of the river. Afternoon check in at the hotel and some free time before farewell dinner.

DAY 10: Depart Budapest

Breakfast at hotel and transfer to Budapest airport. Safe Travels! (B)

(Abbreviations: B – Breakfast, L – Lunch, D – Dinner, WT – Wine Tasting)

PRICE

From $ 1,999 per person

based on double occupancy

Included in the price:

  • Small groups of maximum 26 people
  • Transportation by modern A/C motor coach and boat per itinerary
  • Accommodation Tourist Class (or similar), taxes included
  • Countries Visited: Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary
  • Local Guides in Prague, Nuremberg, Dachau, Munich, Berchtesgaden, Salt Mine, Salzburg, Melk Abbey
  • Entrances and inclusions as outlined
  • Whispers / Headsets
  • Breakfast Daily
  • 4 lunches: a traditional restaurant in Prague, walking culinary tour in Nuremberg, Eagles Nest, and lunch on the River Cruise (with wine tasting)
  • 3 dinners: traditional Czech evening (dinner with folklore show), the world-famous Hofbrauhaus, and farewell dinner
  • Services of Professional English Speaking Tour Director
  • Comprehensive, guided sightseeing
  • Active itinerary with unique features

Not included in the price:

  • Optional Segway tour in Prague: explore Prague on two wheels with a Segway, the tour covers Benedictine Brevnov monastery, Brevnov Monastery brewery, The White Mountain Memorial, Chateau Hvezda, Landronka park Kajetanka, Viewpoints of the Prague Castle and Legendary Strahov stadium. Duration 2 hours. Price from 49 eur
  • Optional dinner in Salzburg: 3-course dinner and Mozart concert at Baroque Hall St. Peter. Dine by candlelight and hear Mozart’s best-known works performed by musicians and opera singers dressed in period costumes. Duration 2 hours 30 min. Price from 63 eur.
  • Personal expenses (meals, drinks, shopping etc.)
  • Gratuities
  • Supplement for single room: from 370 USD (per person per tour)

Accommodation

  • Prague: Jurys Inn Prague 4*
  • Munich: Hotel Metropol 3*
  • Salzburg: NH Salzburg city 4*
  • Vienna: Hotel City Central 4*
  • Budapest: NH Budapest city 4*

Or similar

POST TRIP OPTION 1: BUDAPEST TO DUBROVNIK / 6 days

POST TRIP OPTION 1: Day-by-day itinerary

Day 11: Budapest – Zagreb

In the morning gather with your fellow travellers and your Tour director at hotel’s lobby and start with post-trip ‘Budapest to Dubrovnik’. Drive through southern parts of Hungary to cross the border with Croatia. Arrive in Zagreb, a trendy city that has roots in Central European urban culture, enriched by Mediterranean and Balkan traditions. It is also a city of green parks and walks. Upon arrival to Zagreb, you will have an escorted city walk and see vibrant parts of the capital of Croatia; start at Zagreb’s central square ‘Trg Jelacica’, take the shortest city funicular in the world to reach Upper town where you can enjoy the views over Zagreb Lower town, stop at ‘Lotrscak Tower’ where a cannon is fired every day at noon, optional visit of rewarded Museum of broken relationships (an innovative concept that displays mementos of failed relationships and the stories that surround them) and/or Gallery of Naive Art, take a picture of Zagreb’s most photographed multi-colored tile roof of St Mark’s church, pass Parliament ‘Sabor’ and presidential palace ‘Ban’s palace’, stop to see people praying in front of the shrine of Virgin Mary at Stone Gate, walk on Tkalciceva street filled with little cafes that could only be described as ‘bohemian’, visit fruit and vegetable market at ‘Dolac’, enter Cathedral of the Assumption of Blessed Virgin Mary whose spires are visible from afar and complete the circle. After city walk, enjoy free time to explore on your own. Suggestions and pointers will be given to you by your guide: take a walk at Esplanade Park, enter some of the many museums, buy flowers at the flower market, have lunch in numerous restaurants and taverns, shop your way around the city and enjoy yourself.

Meals: breakfast
Overnight: Zagreb

DAY 12: Zagreb – Plitvice lakes – Trogir

Depart from Zagreb to Split. Stop at Plitvice Lakes National Park, one of Europe’s great natural wonders, for a beautiful 3-4-hour experience in nature. Zig-zagging timber footbridges will lead you through the blue-green beauty of Plitvice Lakes National Park, a scenic wonderland of 16 interconnected lakes, flanked by waterfalls and primaeval forest. Complete the experience with a short cruise that takes you into the heart of this natural wonder. The green forests of Plitvice Lakes National Park give way to pebble-dashed shores lapped by turquoise waters. Witness a dramatic change in landscape, as you travel through Mediterranean olive groves on your way to a historic town of Trogir. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Little Venice of Dalmatia or The Stone Beauty – Trogir, is a remarkable example of urban continuity. First settlement dates back to the Ancient Greek period and it was embellished by successive rulers with many fine public and domestic buildings and fortifications. Its beautiful Romanesque churches are complemented by the outstanding Renaissance and Baroque buildings from the Venetian period. Enjoy a stroll in the old town before dinner.

Meals: breakfast, dinner
Overnight: Trogir

DAY 13: Trogir – Split – Dubrovnik

Depart from Trogir to Dubrovnik. Start your day with a guided tour of Split, explore ancient streets of former Diocletian’s palace, now a lively residential area one simply cannot imagine before seeing it. One of the most significant Late-Roman historical monuments is listed on a UNESCO World Heritage site. Your local guide will take you to some places you might saw in a fantasy drama, Game of Thrones. Explore the underground substructure of Diocletian’s palace to understand the magnificence of this ancient building. No visit to Split can be accomplished without a visit to its green market or Pazar, as locals call it. It is one of the town’s iconic spots, an excellent place to explore and to blend with locals. Early afternoon departure to Dubrovnik. Scenic road from Split to Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful stretches of land in the Mediterranean. It’s comparable to the Amalfi Coast of Italy. Arrival to Dubrovnik, dinner and time to relax.

Meals: breakfast, dinner
Overnight: Dubrovnik

DAY 14: Dubrovnik, pearl of Adriatic

Morning tour of the walled town of Dubrovnik, ‘paradise on earth’ according to George Bernard Shaw. Join a walking exploration of the “Old Dubrovnik,” a UNESCO World Heritage site, guided by a Local guide. Get a glimpse into local life, as you explore the stone-paved streets inside the 16th-century bastions of the Old Town. Walk past Onofrio’s Fountain, visit the Franciscan Monastery, where Europe’s oldest pharmacy lies, admire Rector’s Palace and the Cathedral, many museums and perhaps ascend on top of the City Walls to see town’s hidden spots. The medieval fortress makes for a memorable workout. The stone ramparts, gates, bastions, forts, and towers that they connect span nearly 2 km/1.2 miles. From every point, the walls give visitors a glimpse into the city’s construction and centuries of defence. Afternoon is at leisure or maybe hop on a cruise around the mighty walls of the old town.

Meals: breakfast
Overnight: Dubrovnik

DAY 15: Dubrovnik – (Kotor, Montenegro)

Spend the day at leisure or enjoy an optional visit to Montenegro. Your chosen excursion sees you journeying along the coast and cross the border to Montenegro’s Bay of Kotor (or “the Boka”); once known as Europe’s southernmost fjord, it is actually a ria (a long, narrow inlet). Your guide will introduce you to the region’s many legends and stories. Before arriving at the very end of Boka Bay, stop at the town of Perast to take a short cruise to the island, where a beautiful Catholic church, Our Lady of the Rocks, sits. Island’s local guides will share with you stories of the former glory and wealth that seamen brought from far away seas to the town of Perast. Continue along the bay, to many a photographer’s dreams, to the pretty port town of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy orientation walk and free time before returning back to Dubrovnik. Since this is our last evening together on a tour, we will raise our glasses over a farewell drink to wish each other ‘Safe travels’!

Meals: breakfast
Overnight: Dubrovnik

DAY 16: Dubrovnik – tour ends

Safe travels!

Meals: breakfast or breakfast box (depends of your check out)
Note: If you need a transfer to the airport or want to continue with extension travel to neighboring countries, let us know – we will handle everything for you.

PRICE

From $ 1.349 per person

based on double occupancy

Included in the price:

  • Small groups of minimum 6 and maximum 26 people
  • Transportation by modern A/C van or tour bus
  • 5 nights First Class accommodation (1 night in Zagreb, 1 night in Trogir, 3 nights in Dubrovnik)
  • City hotel taxes, tourist taxes, hotel porterage
  • Meals: 5 breakfasts, dinner in Trogir, dinner in Dubrovnik
  • Entrance fees: funicular in Zagreb, National Park Plitvice Lakes, Diocletian’s cellars, Franciscan Monastery
  • Services of Professional English Speaking Tour Director
  • Comprehensive, guided sightseeing
  • Active itinerary with unique features

Not included in the price:

  • Transfer to the airport (from 29 eur per person)
  • Optional Montenegro excursion (with boat ride in Boka Bay and entrance to Our Lady of the Rocks church)
  • Personal expenses (meals, drinks, shopping etc.)
  • Gratuities
  • Supplement for single room from 349 USD (per person per tour)

Accommodation:

  • Zagreb: Best Western Premier Hotel Astoria 4*, Hotel Dubrovnik 4*, Hotel 9 4* or similar
  • Trogir: Hotel Vila Sikaa 4*, Hotel Trogir Palace 4* or similar
  • Dubrovnik: Hotel Uvala 4*, Hotel Adria 4*, Hotel Zagreb 3*, Hotel Aquarius 3* or similar

POST TRIP OPTION 2: SLOVENIA WITH BALATON LAKE / 4 days

POST TRIP OPTION 2: Day-by-day itinerary

Day 11: Budapest – Tihany – Heviz

Depart from Budapest to Heviz with a stop at Tihany. Lake Balaton is the essence of Hungarian rural beauty. Hungary’s version of Provance. You will enjoy the scenic ride while passing tiny villages with century-old whitewashed houses and admire amazing formations of nature. Visit the pearl of Balaton, Tihany Peninsula. Thanks to the special attributes of its landscape, its geological specifics, its diverse flora and fauna, it was the first designated landscape protection area of the country. Visit Tihany Abbey, a Benedictine monastery established at Tihany in the Kingdom of Hungary almost 1000 years ago. Continue towards Heviz, your miniature spa paradise for the rest of the day. The town of Heviz is located near Lake Heviz, the world’s second-largest thermal lake. The water breaks out from a spring cave, with a temperature of 40 °C (104 °F) and even on the coldest winter days doesn’t drop below 24 °C (75 °F). That makes bathing in the lake possible year round. The lake’s healing properties have been well known for centuries, people lived here even at the end of the Stone Age, but foundations of bath culture were laid by the Romans in the 2nd century. The city and the bath began developing significantly in the 18th century, related to the Festetics family, who started scientific research about using the water for healing. Afternoon at leisure, perhaps try out the healing powers of thermal waters and later in the evening enjoy a lovely dinner at your hotel.

Meals: breakfast, dinner
Overnight: Heviz

DAY 12: Heviz – Maribor – Ljubljana

Depart from Heviz to Ljubljana. Stop in Slovenia’s second largest city, Maribor; European Capital of Culture of 2012. Maribor is a home of the oldest – 400 years old – vine in the world. We will have a lovely stroll through this city of wine, friendly people, great sights and monuments before we get to our final destination of the tour – Ljubljana. Centrally located capital city of Slovenia has a feel of metropolis with small-town friendliness. With over 50,000 students it is a city with young vibe and great respect toward seniors. With over 10,000 cultural events that take place in the city every year, Ljubljana is called a city of culture. Boosting with rich history; from the legacy of Roman Emona; through to the Renaissance, Baroque and Art Nouveau to modern Ljubljana that was shaped by the strong personal style of Jože Plečnik, it is also a home of one of the oldest philharmonic orchestra in the world. This afternoon our expert local guide will take you on a food journey in Ljubljana. Our excellent graded Slovenian food & wine city walk in Ljubljana includes a selection of Slovenian typical dishes and wines. Along with tastings in different restaurants, we will visit Ljubljana’s best features like Plecnik’s Triple bridge, baroque St. Nicholas Cathedral, Renaissance City hall and Art Nouveau street. We will not let you leave hungry of food nor information.

Meals: dinner in form of food and wine tastings

Overnight: Ljubljana

DAY 13: Ljubljana – Bled lake – Bohinj lake

Start your day excursion to the sunny side of the Julian Alps. Enjoy a picturesque hike in a 1,6 km (1 mile) long Vintgar gorge* which carves its way through the vertical rocks and is graced with waterfalls, pools and rapids. A short ride brings us to the shores of the beautiful glacial lake of Bled surrounded by the Julian Alps. This place is a nature escape for those searching peace and fresh mountain air. To step back in time, we will visit a typical medieval gothic Bled castle built on 130 m (426 feet) high cliff. Optional visit to the tiny island of Lake Bled in the middle of the lake is possible with a traditional wooden rowing boat called pletna. In the island’s church, you can ring a bell of wishes, a tradition, that is most possibly 500 years old. Let’s explore deeper in Triglav National Park and drive through picturesque alpine villages and pastures full of hayracks to the biggest Slovenian lake – Bohinj. Enjoy some free time by the lake or take an optional cable car ride to Mt. Vogel* where you will be rewarded with astonishing views of mountain peaks and lake Bohinj on your palm. If you decide to get a lift above the clouds, let us give you a hint: Lunch up there tastes even better!

Meals: buffet breakfast, lunch in Bohinj

Overnight: Ljubljana

*Vintgar gorge and Mount Vogel are weather permitted

DAY 14: Ljubljana – Postojna cave – Predjama castle / half day

Today we will take you to the home of baby dragons and knights. It sounds like a fairytale, right? Number one visited attraction in Slovenia is the Queen of the caves – Postojna caveIt is a system of chambers, halls and passages that you enter by open train which adds to the experience of depths and adventure. Countless stalagmite and stalactite formations are lit well enough even to take pictures. You will hear about Slovenia’s most unusual creature that we are fond of and call a human fish. A short drive away there is one of a kind, the Renaissance-style Predjama castle which has a reputation for being the most hunted castle in Europe. It is nestled in the mouth of a cave and is set within a 123-meter-tall (404 feet) rock face. Let us walk you through the story of chateau’s famous resident knight Erazem Lueger. By returning back to Ljubljana, your tour ends.

Meals: breakfast

Note: If you need a transfer to the airport or want to continue with extension travel to neighbouring countries, let us know – we will handle everything for you.

Safe travels!

PRICE

From $ 869 per person

based on double occupancy

Included in the price:

  • Small groups of minimum 6 and maximum 26 people
  • Transportation by modern A/C van or tour bus
  • 3 nights First Class accommodation (1 night in Heviz, 2 nights in Ljubljana)
  • City hotel taxes, tourist taxes, hotel porterage
  • Meals: 3 breakfasts, dinner in Heviz, Slovenian food & wine city walk in Ljubljana with 5 food tastings and 4 different wines, lunch in Bohinj,
  • Entrance fees: Melk Abbey, Vintgar gorge, Bled castle, Predjama castle, Postojna cave
  • Services of Professional English Speaking Tour Director
  • Comprehensive, guided sightseeing
  • Active itinerary with unique features

Not included in the price:

  • Transfer to the airport (from 29 eur per person)
  • Optional rowing boat ride to Bled island and entrance fee to the church on Bled Island
  • Optional cable car to Mt. Vogel
  • Personal expenses (meals, drinks, shopping etc.)
  • Gratuities
  • Supplement for single room: from 219 USD (per person per tour)

Accommodation

  • Heviz: Palace Hotel Hévíz 4* or similar
  • Ljubljana: Central Hotel 4* or Hotel Galleria 4* or Allegro Hotel 4*

or similar

You are welcome to contact us.

We are flexible in adjusting program to your needs.
Suggestions: traditional meals, wine tastings, visit of museums, sports activities, hikes etc.

Terms & Conditions for program Experience Central Europe 

  1. Payment: A deposit fee of $350.00 USD is required to hold your spot on the tour. FULL TOUR PAYMENT IS DUE 60 DAYS BEFORE THE TOUR STARTS. All payments should be made on www.gotosloveniatravel.com using credit card (Visa, American Express, and MasterCard are accepted).
  2. Airfare: Tour participants are responsible for obtaining their own airfare. Airfare is not included in the tour price.
  3. Baggage Allowance: Baggage fees may apply. Check with your chosen carrier for fees and size of bags. The tour operator has requested that there be a limit of 1 large suitcase at 50 pounds due to space restrictions aboard the motorcoach. NO RESPONSIBILITY IS INCURRED FOR LOST OR DAMAGE TO BAGGAGE OR ANY OF THE PASSENGER’S PERSONAL BELONGINGS.
  4. Passport Requirements: A valid passport is required for all tour participants. A U.S. passport is valid for 10 years. Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months following your return to the United States. To apply for passports, contact your local passport office, Clerk of the District, or County Court.
  5. Tour Price Excludes: airport departure taxes, customs user fees, passports, all visa fees, optional tours, telephone, telex, fax and telegram charges, internet, excess baggage charges, sundry tips, laundry, beverages and food not on the regular table d’hote menu (these items will be billed to you before leaving the hotel or restaurant), portage at U.S./Canadian airports and all other items of a personal nature. Service charges at hotels and restaurants are prepaid. Travel insurance and airfare is not included.
  6. Refund and Unused or Amended Tour Arrangements: Unused hotel accommodations, tour features or services are non-refundable, nor exchangeable for other accommodations, services, or features. Should there be any reason to change features of the tour for the group, any additional expenses will be charged to the tour participants. If a change becomes necessary for any reason, tour operator will make best efforts to substitute hotels equivalent of those shown. Single rooms are available at a supplemental charge.
  7. Cancellation Penalties: If you cancel your reservation, your right to receive a refund is limited at set forth in the following schedules. All requests for refunds must be submitted in writing. Charges for cancellation of the tour will be assessed by the tour operators and hotels as follows:
After deposit$200.00 USD per person
90-60 Days Prior to Departure$350 USD per person
61-30 Days Prior to DepartureU.S. 75% per person
29 Days or Less Prior to Departure100% Penalty and No Refund

Cancellation charges also apply to additional accommodations reserved prior to and after the tour.

  1. Insurance: While every effort is made to ensure that baggage is properly handled and that the cancellation charges to you are kept at a minimum, tour operator is not responsible for damages, loss or theft of luggage or personal belongings.
  2. Revisions: A handling fee of $30.00 USD per transaction will be charged for any alteration or revision. A change of tour or itinerary within 45 days of departure will be treated as a cancellation and new booking; regular cancellation fees apply.
  3. Responsibility Clause: Go to Slovenia Travel (“the Company”) is responsible to you in making arrangement for the tour services offered in this brochure, including transportation, sightseeing and hotel accommodations. The carriers, hotels, and other suppliers providing tour services are independent contractors and are not agents, employees or servants of or joint ventures with Company. All certificates and other travel documents for tour services issued by the Company are subject to the terms and conditions specified by the suppliers and to the laws of the countries in which services are supplied. If the services included on the tour cannot be supplied or there are changes in an itinerary for reasons beyond the control of the Company, the Company will arrange for the provisions of comparable services. Any resulting additional expenses will be payable by tour participants. The Company reserves the right to make changes in the itinerary whenever the Company deems it necessary for the comfort, convenience or safety of tour participants, and to cancel a tour at any time. If the Company cancels a tour, it shall have no responsibility beyond the refund of all monies paid to the Company by tour participants. The tour participant agrees that neither the Company or Kara Maruszak shall be liable for any damages, loss (including personal injury, death and property loss or expenses occasioned by any act or omission of any supplier providing tour services or of any other person. No person, other than an authorized representative of the Company by a document in writing, is authorized to vary any term or condition in this brochure, including any term of condition set forth in the preceding paragraphs.

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