As a nationally recognized student tour operator, EA Tours specializes in custom designing your tour - your way! Listed on this site are “sample” tour itineraries that you can use as a basis for your tour.
Tour Highlights for
Praque: Guided walking tour
Vienna: Guided toue
Salzburg: Guided walking tour
Oberammergau: City tour
Munich: City tour
Budapest: Panoramic sightseeing tour
Eastern Europe School Trips
Eastern Europe Tours for Middle School, High School and College Students
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As a nationally recognized student tour operator, EA Tours specializes in custom designing your tour - your way! Listed on this site are sample tour itineraries that you can use as a basis for your tour.
DAY 1: Depart the United States from your departure city for an overnight flight to Prague, Czech Republic. Meals will be served and optional inflight entertainment will be offered.
DAY 2-3: Prague is the largest city and the capital of the Czech Republic, part of the former Czechoslovakia. A German poet wrote, "If the world were a crown, Prague would be her prettiest gem." Our panoramic sightseeing tour will include such sites as the courtyard, the magnificent Cathedral of St. Vitus, Old Town Square, Wenacaslas Square, the University of Prague, the Charles University, and the Jewish Quarter (home of Europe's oldest synagogue). Prague is set against a backdrop of centuries of architectural style with many exquisite buildings of Gothic and Baroque design.
DAY 4-5: Depart Prague and travel to Budapest, Hungary. You will traverse the lush Hungarian countryside to arrive in Budapest. A city that is an echo of a thousand years with its Gothic Houses of Parliament and the splendid medieval Matthias Church. Budapest consists of two cities, Buda (the hilly romantic city) and Pest (its modern counterpart) separated by the Danube River. They create one of Eastern Europe's most beautiful and vivacious cities. Connected by seven bridges, Budapest is the largest city and the capital of Hungary. Your panoramic sightseeing tour will include such sites as Castle Hill.
DAY 6-7: Depart Budapest and travel to Vienna, Austria. The regal city of Vienna is situated on the Blue Danube in the center of Europe. The Ringstrasse, a beautiful boulevard, was built on the foundation of the city's ancient fortified walls. Your panoramic sightseeing will introduce you to such sites as the Parliament Building, Palace Gate, the National Theater, Rathaus (the city hall), the University, homes of the nobility, beautiful parks and gardens, the famed Schonnbrun Palace with its magical gardens, and the Kunsthistorisches Museum. Vienna has been the center of many arts, and has been particularly known for its musical tradition.
DAY 8: Continue your travels in Austria with a visit to Salzburg. You will enjoy your time in Salzburg, Austria. It is one of Europe's grandest cities and the birthplace of Mozart. Salzburg's old world charm and natural beauty will delight you. Some of the sights you might enjoy are Mozart's Home and the Hohensalsburg Castle, the celebrated 17th century cathedral where many of the actual settings for the movie "The Sound of Music" were filmed.
DAY 9: Depart Salzburg and travel to Oberammergau, Germany. This picturesque town in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps is the stage for the world-famous Passion Play, performed by over 1,200 residents of Oberammergau. The pageant portrays the life and death of Jesus Christ and is performed as a result of a vow that the villagers made to God if they were spared destruction from the Black Plague of 1632. The Passion Play attracts thousands of tourists who see the play and to enjoy the local shops where the villagers earn their living making Bavarian crafts and toys of wood.
DAY 10: Visit the castle at Neuschwanstein built by the last great king of Bavaria, Ludwig II. From Neuschwanstein, you will travel on to Munich.
DAY 11: Awake in Munich, a city steeped in history, offering diverse and interesting sightseeing. Your city tour will include such sights as the Old City, Glockenspiel Chimes, and the futuristic 1972 Olympic Village.
DAY 12: Depart Munich for the United States, taking with you treasured memories of your incredible journey.
** Please remember, this itinerary is simply a sampling of what is available.
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