The best way to see Central Europe
Central Europe is fast becoming one of the most popular European destinations for Indians. Tierra showcases the best way to see Central Europe
1) Start in Bavaria and Munich: Direct flights to Munich make this is ian deal starting point to our central European vacation. Full of German clichés, Munich is the Germany you see in the brochures and movies. Beer halls, Alstadt, English gardens, fabulous museums including the best technology museum in the world, Munich will not fail to disappoint.
2) Day trips from Munich : The day trips from Munich into Bavaria will be one of the highlights of your trip. Choose from a multitude of awesome trips. These include a trip to the fairy tale castle complex of Neuswanstein, the WWII concentration camp of Dachau, the picture perfect traditional German towns of Rothenberg and Heidelberg, the Bavarian alpine town of Garmisch
3) Austria side of Bavaria : Innsbruck and Salzburg: Continuing from Munich the two best halts in Austria are Innsbruck and Salzburg. Innsbruck is one of the prettiest ski towns in the world with spectacular ski lifts and Gondolas. Salzburg is Sound of Music country complete with its own castle, picture perfect meadows and mountain backdrop
4) Vienna : From Salzburg continue into perhaps the most Imperial city in the world. Vienna. Showcasing the glory of the Hapsburg empire, Vienna with its cafes, Hofburg palaces and opera houses is truly imposing. The highlights of Vienna are the imposing private and public buildings on the Ringstrasse and the Gothic wonder of the Stephansdom. A half-day excursion to the palace complex of Schonbrunn is recommended
5) Prague : Continue by train to Prague, the historical capital of Bohemia. The main tourist attractions are divided into the Mala Strana (Including the Prague caste complex and the Charles bridge) and the Old town (Stare Mesto). The sixth most frequented tourist city in Europe, Prague contains some of the most important cultural and architectural highlights in the world. A day trip to the historical complex of Cesky Krumlov can be attempted if one has time to spare.
6) Budapest : Budapest will round off our the way to see Central Europe. Cited as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe its extensive World Heritage Site includes the banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter, Andrássy Avenue, Heroes’ Square and the Millennium Underground Railway, the second-oldest metro line in the world. It has 80 geothermal , the world’s largest thermal water cave system and is famous for its public spa’s. Day trips to the Danube bend and the three small towns of Esztergom, Visegrád and Szentendre are recommended
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