Explore the heart of Europe on this two-week excursion that whisks you away to fairytale-like landmarks stretching from the Baltic Sea in the north to the Austrian Alps in the south. Uncover centuries of history in cities like Berlin, Warsaw, Prague, Krakow, and Vienna.
Jun 27 - Jul 12, 2023 Closed
LAND COST (REGULAR PRICE): $4,570
Price after November 17, 2022
Central Europe is rich in history and full of world heritage sites, not to mention its magnificent beauty. This journey will take teens through Germany, Poland, Czechia, and Austria, where we will retrace some of history’s darkest moments with a solemn visit to sites like Auschwitz and the Berlin Wall. We’ll also take in the region’s most breathtaking sights, with stops to go stand-up paddleboarding on the Vltava River and hiking in the Wachau Valley.
Best places for a full group photo in Central Europe:
- At the base of the medieval Prague Astronomical Clock (Prague Orloj), the oldest clock in the world still in operation
- With Liechtenstein, an Austrian castle tucked away on the edge of the Wienerwald. Talk about magical…
- Right after you finish a game of beach volleyball at the famous Vienna Watersports Arena—winning team gets to be in front!
Explore the remains of the Warsaw Ghetto and learn about the Jewish community’s famous revolt in Poland
The medieval Astronomical Clock (Prague Orloj), the oldest clock in the world still in operation, is hands down the best landmark in Prague
Tour East Side Gallery—the world’s largest open-air gallery sprawled on an 8-mile section of what remains of the Berlin Wall—and discover its stunning paintings
Hike the Wacahu Valley, situated in the Austrian region and known for its rolling hills, vineyards, and fortresses
Wander the vaulted prison tunnels while touring Špilberk Castle in Brno en route to Vienna
Uncover the secrets and legends of “Wieliczka” Salt Mines, a UNESCO World Heritage Site hidden away in Kraków, Poland
Learn the dark and harrowing history of the Holocaust from one of the world’s most well-known concentration camps, Auschwitz
Stop in some of Vienna’s most upscale stores as you stroll down Graben Street, one of the city’s most famous areas