Art Nouveau in Central Europe

Warsaw – Łódź (2) – Prague (3) –Vienna (3) – Budapest (3) –Zakopane (1) – Kraków (3)

DAY 1 – arrival in Warsaw. Transfer to Łódź. rnoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight.

DAY 2 – Łódź city tour including: Israel Kalmanowicz Poznański (industrialist and philanthropist) Palace with Historical Museum of Łódź and factory buildings, the Księży Młyn – an unique factory and residential complex, Art Nouveau tenement houses and the most elegant street in Łódź – Piotrkowska Street. Overnight in Łódź.

DAY 3 – departure for Prague. En route stop in Legnica. Sightseeing of the city, including Tarninów district, an unique example of art nouveau architecture. Overnight in Prague.

DAY 4 – Prague city tour incl. Municipal House, the Wenceslaw Square (hotel Evropa, house of Peterka, house U Novaku), the Mucha Museum, walking through the Old Town. Lunch. The Old Town Square. Evening entertainment at the Black White Theatre. Overnight.

DAY 5 – sightseeing tour of Prague, visit to Vysehrad cemetery, National Galery, Hanavsky Pavilion and Hotel Savoy. Time for lunch. St. Vitus Cathedral, Lesser Town, Museum of Decorative Arts. Dinner at Czech restaurant with folk entertainment. Overnight.

DAY 6 – departure for Viena. En route stop in St. Pőlten, the oldest city in Austria, picturesquely located upon the Danube River and at the foot of Alps. Entrance to the City Museum. Overnight in Vienna.

DAY 7 – Vienna city tour incl. Staatoper, walking tour to see Art Nouveau monuments. The Museum of Fine Arts, Natural History Museum, Hofburg, City Hall, Burgtheater. Highlight – the Schönbrunn Palace. Evening Mozart concert or Johann Strauss Concert at Kursalon. Overnight.

DAY 8 – sightseeing of the city. Visits include entrances to two of the suggested museums: Austrian Gallery/ Museum of Fine Arts/ Secession Pavillon/ Leopold Museum. Overnight in Vienna.

DAY 9 – departure for Budapest. Transfer to the hotel. Sightseeing of the city. Visit to the Museum of Applied Arts. Afternoon at leisure. Optional: sightseeing and concert at the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy. Overnight in Budapest.

DAY 10 – panoramic tour of Budapest including Matthias Church, Fishermen’s bastion, Gellért Bath, Institute of Geology. Lunch break. Dinner cruise on the Danube. Overnight in Budapest.

DAY 11 – full day tour to the Puszta & Kecskemét incl. entrance to the Cifra Palace, a beautiful example of Art Nouveau. Dinner with folklore in a tscharda and horse riding show in Puszta. Overnight in Budapest.

DAY 12 – departure for Zakopane. Free time for lunch and shopping. Dinner at a local restaurant. Optional: spectacle at Witkiewicz Theatre. Overnight in Zakopane.

DAY 13 – sightseeing of the city. Departure for Kraków. Lunch and free time for shopping. Overnight in Kraków.

DAY 14 – Kraków city tour. Art Nouveau Route. Lunch in the Old Town. Visit to the Czartoryski Museum. Optional: coffee break at the seat of famous cabaret “Green Balloon”. Optional: concert at Słowacki The-atre (Art Nouveau monument) or other entertainment. Overnight in Kraków.

DAY 15 – sightseeing of the city including visit to Wawel Castle and Cathedral. Afternoon at leisure. Farewell dinner at a local inn with folk entertainment. Overnight.

DAY 16 – departure.

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