This action-packed family adventure to the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia will not disappoint! Enjoy exploring the wealth of castles, gorges and mountains on foot, by bike and on the water.
See three countries in a week
Discover the cobbled streets of Prague
Explore the Tatras & Carpathian Mountains
Go rafting through Dunajec Gorge
Cycle through the Slovakian landscape
Visit medieval castles on foot
Explore the cobbled streets of Prague before boarding an overnight train to the Carpathian Mountains of Slovakia. Here, you can enjoy beautiful mountain walks and bike rides. Learn about the medieval castles of Spis and Niedzica in Slovakia, then cycle to Kezmarok and raft through the stunning Dunajec Gorge. Your adventure concludes in Krakow, Poland, with optional excursions to the Wieliczka Salt Mine or Auschwitz.
Day1: Fly to Prague
Travel to Prague and meet at the group hotel for a welcome and introduction meeting. The rest of the day is free to explore Prague or relax.
Day2: City tour, overnight train to Carpathians
Enjoy a tour of Prague’s highlights, including the 9th century Prague Castle, the iconic Gothic St Vitus’s Cathedral and the famous Charles Bridge. In the evening transfer to the train station to board an overnight train to the High Tatras Mountains in Slovakia.
Day3: Waterfalls & hike to Skalnate Pleso
After arriving in Slovakia, transfer to your hotel in Tatranska Lomnica, from where you set off to hike the popular Tatranksa Magistrala trail. Take the tram to Stary Smokovec and walk to the beautiful cascading waterfalls of Studeny Potok. Walk through forest and up mountain trails, visiting a mountain hut and relaxing by a lake for a picnic. There will be the option to take a cable car to Lomnicky Stit, the second highest peak in the Tatras and offering amazing panoramic views.
Day4: Spis Castle, Levoca & cycle to Kezmarok
Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Spis Castle and enjoy a short guided tour exploring the lovely medieval town of Levoca. Then transfer to the heart of the Levoca Mountains and cycle down to Kezmarok, following the road used by the Czech and the Russian Red Army. Enjoy exploring Kezmarok and the castle before transferring back to your hotel.
Day5: Optional excursion to Slovak Paradise Park
Today is free at your leisure to relax or exploring the surrounding area. There will be an optional excursion to Slovak Paradise Park, an area full of gorges, canyons, caves and waterfalls. Walk through the passages of the canyon of Prielom Hornadu, looking out for the tracks of brown bear, lynx, wolf and more.
Day6: Rafting, cycling & Niedzica Castle
Transfer to the small village of Cerveny Klastor and begin your rafting adventure through Dunajec Gorge, meandering between the sheer mountainsides of the National Park and enjoying views that change from one minute to the next.
After lunch cycle back to Cerveny Klastor and transfer to Niedzica in Poland to visit Niedzica Castle, situated on a hill just upstream from the Dunajec River mouth. Then transfer to your hotel in Krakow.
Day7: Krakow & optional excursions
Today enjoy exploring Krakow, where the entire medieval Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Wander along cobbled streets and visit the city’s many churches and squares. There will be optional visits to the fascinating underground world Wieliczka Salt Mines or Auschwitz concentration camp.
Day8: Fly back to the UK
Enjoy some more free time in Krakow before departing for your flight back to the UK.
Prices from (exc. international flights):£1,099per adult,£999per child
Prices from (inc. flights from/to UK):£1,319per adult,£1,209per child
Child prices apply for ages 11 and under at the time of travel.
Accommodation is in comfortable 3* hotels in Prague and Krakow, with a ski chalet-style hotel in Tatranska Lomnica, located at the foot of the High Tatras. Rooms are en suite and all accommodation is based on twin/double share.
You can typically expect to pay from
£220 for an adult,
and from £210 for a child aged 11 and under.
Flight prices are subject to change, and prices tend to be higher during peak periods or when booking late.
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