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Explore the History of Central & Eastern Europe

Explore the History of Central & Eastern Europe
See the inner workings of Rome’s Colosseum on an underground tour
Explore the History of Central & Eastern Europe
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Visit the scene of one of the greatest crimes against humanity at Auschwitz near Krakow
Explore the History of Central & Eastern Europe
Learn about the fall of the Berlin Wall and demise of Communism
Explore the History of Central & Eastern Europe
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Explore Chernobyl in Ukraine, site of Europe's worst nuclear disaster
Explore the History of Central & Eastern Europe
Witness the cruelty of the KGB at museums throughout the Baltic States
Explore the History of Central & Eastern Europe
Walk in the footsteps of Habsburg emperors at Vienna’s grand palaces

It’s hard to get more historic than the Old World, and we’ll be happy to help you delve thousands of years into the past. We cover many of the world’s best preserved ancient Roman and Greek sites from the Valley of the Temples in Sicily to the Garni Temple in Armenia. We can get you off the beaten path to unique and memorable sights, such as the world’s first cathedral (built when Rome was pagan and still standing near Yerevan).

We also excel in more recent history, with tours of World War II landmarks (such as Auschwitz near Krakow, the Warsaw Ghetto, and Kyiv’s astounding Motherland monument and neighboring Great Patriotic War museum) to places connected to the Cold War, such as the Berlin Wall (and its neighboring Soviet monuments), and the KGB and Occupation Museums in Tallinn, Riga, and Vilnius. We even cover more recent events, such as Ukraine’s Euromaidan Revolution, and naturally offer tours of Chernobyl from Kyiv. 

Our historically focused tours have licensed guides with historic backgrounds who are happy to discuss topics such as the role of official memory in how Budapest’s monuments treat the 1940s, or the clash of viewpoints in Tallinn. The Estonian capital is home to neighboring memorials to German, Estonian, and Soviet soldiers lost when the city was retaken by the Red Army in WWII, Estonian victims of Soviet repression, and a garden for Soviet monuments.

Our expert guides go beneath the surface (sometimes literally, like in our Colosseum underground tour in Rome, catacombs tour in Odessa, or our urban exploration tour in Kyiv). If you’re interested in a particular niche, chances are we know a guide knowledgeable in that topic and happy to show you around.

Historically Themed Itineraries in Central & Eastern Europe

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