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Newsletter Edition 13, April 2011

Discover Eastern Europe Tours in 2011

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Romania Tours and Vacations 2011Europe Tours. 2011 comes with new and improved tours from East Adventures. Touring Romania and Bulgaria has never been more hassle free: your own private specialist guide will be doing all the work, making sure you do not miss out on these countries’ most spectacular attractions, as well as off the beaten track treasures. Private tours of Romania can range from Dracula themed tours, Medieval Transylvania, Short break holidays, Bucharest day tours, UNESCO Romania Tours, and more. You can also create your own itinerary for a customized tour of Romania. If you do not like to travel alone and prefer small groups, we offer the option of scheduled group departures with local tour guides. Our most popular, Dracula 6-day tour and UNESCO Romania tour will be available so make sure to book your seat!

There are great possibilities of combining Romania and Bulgaria in our UNESCO Sights Tour of Romania and Bulgaria or Tour of Dracula Romania and Ancient Bulgaria.

And if you are adventurous, independent and enjoy a challenge then the self guided tours are the best option for you! You can take your time exploring regions such as Transylvania, Bucovina, Maramures or even the Black Sea Coast and the magnificent Danube Delta. You will not be missing out on world renowned sites such as Bran Castle, medieval towns like Brasov, Sibiu and Sighisoara, the Bucovina Painted Monasteries and more.

2011 brings our clients the once in a lifetime chance to party on Halloween in one of Europe's most Medieval settings!!! Also new for 2011 are Halloween tour departures from Budapest Hungary - where you will also visit Visegrad, North of Hungary where Vlad Tepes was held prisoner for 7 years. There are 4 scheduled group departures for 2011: our standard 7 day Bucharest departure, as well as our 4 day short break tour.

Hungary Tours and Vacations 2011In 2011 Eastern Europe will be unveiled of its most fascinating secrets to East Adventures' travelers. Tour the imperial cities of Prague, Vienna and Budapest with your very own private guide; or if you prefer bigger groups and the chance to meet new people, our bus tours are just what you are looking for.

If Hungary is this year’s choice for you, then Budapest, the jewel of the Danube, is a great city to be based in for a tour of the countries best: Lake Balaton, Eger wine town, Godollo Palace, the Danube Bend and more. You can spice up the tour with a dinner cruise on the Danube or a Hungarian folklore show in a traditional restaurant. The capital city offers numerous attractions; from the bridges across the River Danube, to the Buda Castle and Matthias Church, Budapest displays a wonderful mix of architecture and countless pages in Europe’s history.  Don’t miss out on the night tour, a great opportunity to see all the jewels of the city glitter!

Discover the city of Prague, divided between the Castle area and the Old and New Town areas; go through over 1000 years of history with our Prague Full Day Tour; learn about the city’s Jewish past with the Jewish Tour; or enjoy the charm of the city while savoring traditional Czech food on an evening river cruise with dinner. Prague is a great place to base yourself if you would like to tour the Czech Republic. There are numerous day tour possibilities from here; you can visit Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad) the most famous of Czech spa towns beautifully situated in the Teplá river valley; or tour Kutna Hora, known for it’s silver mines, Gothic cathedral and ossuary; a church decorated with human bones; don’t miss some of Prague’s best castles: Konopiste, Karlstejn, Krivoklat and more.

Europe Tours and Vacations 2011Prague can also be combined to tour with its neighbouring country,  Poland. From Warsaw, the vibrant capital city, to Krakow, the Polish jewel rich in culture, the Auschwitz concentration camp and the famous Wieliczka Salt Mine, Poland is a must-see! If you are interested in an overall impression of the 2 countries, then The Prague, Krakow and Auschwitz Combo Tour might be just the perfect tour for you!

If you prefer to cover as much as possible in one trip, you can go for the Grand UNESCO Tour of Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria; or you can customize a tour to your own liking, starting in Prague and ending in Sofia, also passing through the charming city of Vienna, a reminder of the glory of the Habsburgs. Do not miss out on a visit of the Schonbrunn Palace, the summer residence of the Hapsburgs and Maria Theresa, mother of Marie Antoinette, who later became Queen to Louis XVI of France.

And if you have the desire, but time is of the essence a short break tour is the answer: whether it is a short break tour to Transylvania, the Northern Romania delights of Bucovina's painted monasteries and Maramures wooden churches or the Danube Delta, these tours are perfect for a weekend getaway.

From Budapest take an excursion to the wine country of Tokaj. Stay in the historic town of Eger and visit some of its local wineries. If you are not a wine person Lake Balaton is a perfect location for a short break with its scenic and cultural sights.

Discover this unique corner of Europe!


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