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Budapest and Poland's Best

This 10 day Budapest, Krakow and Warsaw itinerary will show you three very different cities that all enjoy places on UNESCO's World Heritage List. Begin your tour of Central Europe in buzzing Budapest. The Hungarian capital is frequently top of travel press must-see lists and you'll quickly see why. It's packed with things to do, from arts and museums to a thriving food scene. After a few days there your private driver will take you to historic Krakow in Poland, stopping for lunch in Slovakia. Krakow's old town will capture your imagination but there are also worthwhile day trips to the Auschwitz memorial and Wieliczka salt mine to consider. A high speed train will take you to the last destination on your tour, the Polish capital Warsaw. Here you'll find a city heroically rebuilt from the ashes of WWII. Along the way you'll find a wealth of sites of significance to people of Jewish heritage and if this interests you we can include these activities in the customized trip plan we will prepare for you. We recommend booking open-jaw flights, usually the same or only slightly more than a simple return you won't waste time or money doubling back. All of our tours are custom, and this is just a sample meant to give an idea for what our trips are like, and the opportunities our destinations provide.
One of our team in the region will be available to you during and leading up to the trip to answer any questions and arrange local services. You will receive access to your Guest Page, with its information on the best these destinations have to offer, including things to see and do, and other inside tips from restaurant recommendations to tipping advice. Upon arrival we will provide you with a local cell phone that you can use to contact our employee (who you will meet in person) throughout your trip. In all of our destinations, we offer a variety of memorable 3-5 accommodation options, including boutique hotels, charming B&Bs, and spacious apartments. With our firsthand experience, we can ensure they are all clean, comfortable, and centrally located, with local ambience.

3 Nights in Budapest

3 Nights in Budapest

3 Nights in Budapest

The Paris of Central Europe, Budapest is the Queen of the Danube, a sprawling, regal city split in two halves by the mighty river. The city’s two UNESCO-listed halves, ancient Buda and modern Pest both have their charms and are linked by numerous picturesque bridges. From the Buda Castle to the Danube Embankment and the sprawling Andrassy Avenue, with its impressive architecture, there is plenty to keep you busy here, exploring and discovering this atmospheric city. It’s a little too big to explore only on foot, but the Pest side of the city is well laid out with broad avenues of the Parisian system, so it’s hard to get lost, and the public transportation, including the world's second oldest subway system, works well. Budapest has all the charm of Western Europe at a fraction of the price. Here you can taste excellent wines produced throughout the region, and even enjoy Michelin-star dining. We can offer you more than enough exciting activities in the city, from a visit to the incredible Parliament building to a boat cruise with dinner, or an exploration of Budapest’s communist past. The city also has a rich Jewish heritage, so you’ll find the perfect balance of history and modern culture here. Voted Best City in Europe in 2013 by Condé Nast Traveler readers and a regular in their top 3, Budapest really is a special city with activities to cater to every interest.

The Paris of Central Europe, Budapest is the Queen of the Danube, a sprawling, regal city split in two halves by the mighty river. The city’s two UNESCO-listed halves, ancient Buda and modern Pest both have their charms and are linked by numerous picturesque bridges. From the Buda Castle to the Danube Embankment and the sprawling Andrassy Avenue, with its impressive architecture, there is plenty to keep you busy here, exploring and discovering this atmospheric city. It’s a little too big to explore only on foot, but the Pest side of the city is well laid out with broad avenues of the Parisian system, so it’s hard to get lost, and the public transportation, including the world's second oldest subway system, works well. Budapest has all the charm of Western Europe at a fraction of the price. Here you can taste excellent wines produced throughout the region, and even enjoy Michelin-star dining. We can offer you more than enough exciting activities in the city, from a visit to the incredible Parliament building to a boat cruise with dinner, or an exploration of Budapest’s communist past. The city also has a rich Jewish heritage, so you’ll find the perfect balance of history and modern culture here. Voted Best City in Europe in 2013 by Condé Nast Traveler readers and a regular in their top 3, Budapest really is a special city with activities to cater to every interest.

Day 1

Day 1 - Arrival in Budapest

When you arrive at Budapest’s Ferenc Liszt Airport, a private driver will greet you and take you to your centrally located accommodation.

Our representative will then meet with you to answer any questions you have and to get you settled for the rest of your trip.

Evening Sightseeing Cruise

You're invited for a panoramic boat ride at night, when the city will be beautifully lit up for your pleasure. Glass in hand, you will be able to experience how the legends of Budapest come alive. Look behind the walls of the Royal Palace, the Parliament, the bridges, and other splendid sights all bathed in light. It's a wonderful way to experience the special ambience of the city at night. See everything from a new point of view and just sit back and relax as the sights all float your way.


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 1 hour

Day 2

Day 2 - Your First Full Day in Budapest

See Budapest with an Expert Guide, Get Educated and Oriented

Included in your vacation package price.

Your private guide will meet you at your accommodation, then take you on a three-hour walking (and metro) tour to show you the highlights of both the Buda and Pest sides of the city. You'll start by hopping on the metro to the Opera House, Heroes' Square and City Park at the far end of Andrassy Blvd. Then you'll return to the center, where St. Stephen’s Basilica awaits. From there you'll get a closer look at the Buda side of the city, where your guide will point out Gellert Hill, the Citadel and the Royal Palace before leading you up through the old cobblestone streets to Fisherman’s Bastion and St. Matthias Church, where your tour will conclude.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 3 hours

Go inside Budapest’s Signature Sights or Explore a Green Oasis in the City

Suggestion to explore on your own

Although a walking tour of the city will show you its highlights, there’s just not enough time to go inside all the buildings. Our favorites to explore are the Great Market Hall, the Parliament and the Opera House. The latter two can be visited on guided tours, available most days. If you’ve already taken in all of central Budapest’s sights, why not spend some time on the Danube, either on land or by boat. Margaret Island is often overlooked by travellers but is right in the middle of the city, just off Margaret Bridge. Consisting mostly of landscaped parks, it features the occasional medieval ruin too. There were several monasteries and convents here. The island is popular with locals as a place for recreation, with swimming pools, jogging paths, four-person bikes to rent and a fun singing fountain to watch from the many seats around it.

Budapest Jewish Heritage Tour

Please ask your travel advisor for the cost to add this to your package

To give you a full understanding of Budapest’s Jewish heritage, we can arrange a private guided tour of the main points of interest, from the Great Synagogue on Dohany Street, the largest in Europe, to the Holocaust Ceremony, Memorial Park and the old-new Jewish quarter, where today you will find synagogues, monuments, kosher restaurants and shops.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 3 hours 30 minutes

Day 3

Day 3 - Your Second Full Day in Budapest

Sample Hungarian Food and Wine with an Expert, or on Your Own

Please ask your travel advisor for the cost to add this to your package

The Hungarians have always placed a lot of importance on food, and their cuisine is probably the most interesting in Central Europe. Get familiar with the aromas and flavors of Hungarian cuisine on our Gastro-Budapest Tour, which will introduce you to classic local dishes, wines and spirits as well as show you some of the best places to shop, eat and drink in the city. You can follow in the footsteps of Anthony Bourdain, with lunch in the same butcher's shop, before finishing the tour with a Hungarian wine tasting.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 4 hours

Mix with the Locals

Suggestion to explore on your own

Is there anything more quintessentially Budapest than a visit to one of the legendary baths? With more hot springs than any other capital, the city lets you take your pick of various styles, from the old school Turkish Rudas Baths to the Art Nouveau Gellert Baths on the Buda side of the city, or even the Neo-Baroque Szechenyi Baths with a large outdoor pool in Pest’s City Park.

Day 4

Day 4 - Traveling to Krakow by Private Car

A lovely and comfortable drive awaits you today. A private driver will pick you up in Budapest and bring you to your accommodation in Krakow. The journey will be scenic as you'll go through the beautiful countryside of Slovakia, including the Tatra mountains. The advantage of taking a private transfer is that for a small additional fee to cover waiting time you can make a stop along the way. If you just want a lunch stop then a true slice of Slovak life can be sampled at a sheep farm. For a longer stop there are plenty of UNESCO-listed sites, such as the preserved village of wooden houses at Vlkolinec or the medieval town with a silver-mining museum and not one but two castles, Banska Stiavnica. The vehicle used for your transfer will be a standard sedan, station wagon or minivan. We can arrange for an upgrade to a more luxurious class of vehicle for an extra fee.

We also offer the following excursions in Budapest

Alternative Budapest Small Group Tour
Moderate3 hours
Buda Castle Private Tour
Moderate3 hours
Budapest Private City Tour by Car
Light3 hours
Budapest Private City Tour by Tuk Tuk
Easy2 hours 30 minutes

3 Nights in Krakow

3 Nights in Krakow

3 Nights in Krakow

Krakow may not be the largest city in Poland, but it is by far the most popular with travelers. Less industrial than Warsaw, Krakow was once Poland’s royal capital, and unlike the rest of the country, came out of World War II with its gorgeous architecture mostly unscathed. One glance at the city’s perfectly preserved and restored Old Town and it will be abundantly clear why Krakow is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. This compact historical district houses the largest square in Europe, where you can stroll, shop from the market and sample some tasty Polish delicacies. And, if you’re in the mood you can also sip some of Poland’s famous vodka infused with tangy buffalo grass. Krakow’s cultural life is rich and there are more than enough classical and jazz concerts to attend during your stay. Just walk through Old Town any evening and you’ll find warmly lit cafes, restaurants and bars. Of course, not all of the city’s history is happy, and both the Jewish Heritage in Krakow as well as nearby Auschwitz concentration camp are a chilling and vivid reminder of World War II. You can also explore Poland’s natural wonders from Krakow, with visits to the atmospheric Wieliczka Salt Mine, and the Tatra Mountains all comfortable day trips.

Krakow may not be the largest city in Poland, but it is by far the most popular with travelers. Less industrial than Warsaw, Krakow was once Poland’s royal capital, and unlike the rest of the country, came out of World War II with its gorgeous architecture mostly unscathed. One glance at the city’s perfectly preserved and restored Old Town and it will be abundantly clear why Krakow is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. This compact historical district houses the largest square in Europe, where you can stroll, shop from the market and sample some tasty Polish delicacies. And, if you’re in the mood you can also sip some of Poland’s famous vodka infused with tangy buffalo grass. Krakow’s cultural life is rich and there are more than enough classical and jazz concerts to attend during your stay. Just walk through Old Town any evening and you’ll find warmly lit cafes, restaurants and bars. Of course, not all of the city’s history is happy, and both the Jewish Heritage in Krakow as well as nearby Auschwitz concentration camp are a chilling and vivid reminder of World War II. You can also explore Poland’s natural wonders from Krakow, with visits to the atmospheric Wieliczka Salt Mine, and the Tatra Mountains all comfortable day trips.

Day 4

Day 4 - Arrival in Krakow

When you arrive in Krakow, your driver will bring you straight to your centrally located accommodation.

Krakow Classics: The Cloth Hall (Sukiennice) shopping, Wierzynek Restaurant, Horse Carriage Rides

Suggestion to explore on your own

Today we recommend exploring the center of Krakow to see the rich panoply of sites and experiences the city has to offer. The Cloth Hall, in the main market square in Old Town, is the city’s most recognizable building. This iconic hall is packed with cloth and dry goods merchants. It’s a great place to pick up unique souvenirs. Wierzynek Restaurant, located in Old Town, is one of the city’s most impressive restaurants. The dining room is decorated with original 14th century interiors, knights’ armor and sabres and stained glass. Expect high class twists on Polish cuisine. On the main square you’ll see plenty of horse drawn carriages available for hire. This is a magical way to see the city. The routes depend on what you want to see and can be agreed with the driver as can the length of the tour. Don’t forget to ask the driver to take your picture!

Day 5

Day 5 - Your First Full Day in Krakow

Exploring Krakow: Private City Walking Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Today you’ll be getting a feel for the story of the city with a private tour hosted by a local tour guide. This is the best way to discover little known historical facts and anecdotes while wandering around the heart of the Krakow. You will begin your tour by visiting the Jewish District of Kazimierz. The next stop is a short walk up to the Wawel Hill. Atop it is the Royal Castle and a 14th-century cathedral. Having descended the hill, you’ll stroll along Kanonicza and Grodzka Streets to reach Collegium Maius (Great College). The tour continues to the Main Market Square, making for the perfect place to pick up souvenirs, especially in the Cloth Hall. The tour is completed with a visit to St. Mary’s Church. Your guide knows all the secrets of the city and will give you insight into the historical events that have made Krakow the special place it is today. The guide will pick you up at your accommodation and will drop you off there after the tour, or can provide suggestions for further exploration.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 3 hours

Quirky Quarter: Exploring Kazimierz

Suggestion to explore on your own

Kazimierz is Krakow’s most unique neighborhood, combining its heritage as the Jewish Quarter with a more recent reinvention as the city’s bohemian headquarters, with great cafes and galleries, markets, museums and more. Today we recommend exploring the neighborhood at your leisure. The historical side of Kazimierz includes five synagogues and the New Jewish Cemetery. We definitely recommend visiting the Old Synagogue, one of the country’s oldest surviving examples of Jewish religious architecture. Beyond that, you should plan to explore the neighborhood’s hipper enclaves, especially the cafes and bars around the square called Plac Nowy, where you’ll also find numerous markets. Excellent restaurants also abound, including the kosher restaurant Olive Tree, French bistro Zazie and the delicious restaurant Szara Kazimierz.

Day 6

Day 6 - Your Second Full Day in Krakow

Dark History: An Excursion to Auschwitz

Please ask your travel advisor for the cost to add this to your package

A visit to Krakow isn’t truly complete without an excursion to the Auschwitz concentration camp. 70 kilometers from Krakow, the camp has been turned into a monument and museum, testifying to the atrocities that took place here. You will be picked up at your hotel and driven to Auschwitz, where you’ll join a 3-hour tour of the camp and the Auschwitz Memorial Museum led by one of the museum's expert guides. Onboard the bus, you can watch historical documentaries to give you more insight into these events.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 6-7 hours

Out of Town: Salt Mine Excursion

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One of the day trips from Krakow we recommend most is the Wieliczka Salt Mine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site just outside the city. You’ll be picked up at your hotel and driven by bus to the salt mines, where you’ll get a fascinating glimpse into history. This amazing 800-year-old mine is full of monuments, carvings and altar pieces. You’ll explore underground with an experienced guide with a stop at the souvenir shop.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 4 hours

Day 7

Day 7 - Traveling to Warsaw by Train

You'll be heading north to Warsaw today. There are frequent trains between Krakow and Warsaw, one every two hours or so. We will provide train tickets with seat reservations based on your preferred departure time and arrange for a transfer from your accommodation to the train station. The journey takes about 3 hours. If you'd like to take your time while enjoying more privacy, we can also organize a personal transfer with stops along the way in Lodz or Czestochowa. It makes the journey longer but adds a visit to your choice of these remarkable destinations.

You can upgrade your transfer

Warsaw by Private Transfer

Upgrade for an additional cost
We also offer the following excursions in Krakow

Auschwitz-Birkenau & Salt Mine Group Tour
Light10 hours
Auschwitz-Birkenau Private Tour
Moderate6 hours
Chopin Music Concert
Easy1 hour
Communism Small Group Tour
Light4 hours 30 minutes

3 Nights in Warsaw

3 Nights in Warsaw

3 Nights in Warsaw

Warsaw, the capital of Poland and its largest city, has bounced back from the devastation of World War II, reconstructing the historic center, and earning UNESCO World Heritage status in the process. This is a bustling metropolis with a charm that’s distinct from other cities in Poland. Here you’ll find art museums and theaters galore, with lively performances and exhibitions throughout the year, as well as frequent festivals of all sorts. The culinary scene here is top-notch, with several well-respected restaurants offering classics of Polish cuisine and modern masterpieces from European gastronomy. Warsaw has distinct neighborhoods that are perfect for exploring on foot, but it’s also fun to get an appreciation for the size of the city by being chauffeured. You can explore different layers of Warsaw’s history, from World War II to its Jewish heritage and communist past. You’ll definitely want to sample the local cuisine while you explore the city, and there’s no shortage of opportunities to do so, from street stalls to fine dining. When you’re ready to go farther afield, the region surrounding Warsaw offers gorgeous lakes, castles and other notable cities and villages. There are no shortages of ways to enjoy your time in this vibrant city.

Warsaw, the capital of Poland and its largest city, has bounced back from the devastation of World War II, reconstructing the historic center, and earning UNESCO World Heritage status in the process. This is a bustling metropolis with a charm that’s distinct from other cities in Poland. Here you’ll find art museums and theaters galore, with lively performances and exhibitions throughout the year, as well as frequent festivals of all sorts. The culinary scene here is top-notch, with several well-respected restaurants offering classics of Polish cuisine and modern masterpieces from European gastronomy. Warsaw has distinct neighborhoods that are perfect for exploring on foot, but it’s also fun to get an appreciation for the size of the city by being chauffeured. You can explore different layers of Warsaw’s history, from World War II to its Jewish heritage and communist past. You’ll definitely want to sample the local cuisine while you explore the city, and there’s no shortage of opportunities to do so, from street stalls to fine dining. When you’re ready to go farther afield, the region surrounding Warsaw offers gorgeous lakes, castles and other notable cities and villages. There are no shortages of ways to enjoy your time in this vibrant city.

Day 7

Day 7 - Arrival in Warsaw

When you arrive at the Warsaw train station, a driver will meet you there and take you directly to your accommodation in the city center.

Day 8

Day 8 - Your First Full Day in Warsaw

Private City Walking Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Today you’ll be getting acquainted with Warsaw with the help of an expert local guide who has organized the tour according to your preferences. Your guide will pick you up at your accommodation and take you on the tour. At the end of the tour you'll be accompanied to your accommodation, or given tips for further exploration.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 3 hours

Sample Polish Food and Vodka

Suggestion to explore on your own

Polish food is hearty, warming and delicious. There are numerous cultural specialities and pierogies are just the beginning. Today we recommend sampling some of the food and drink available in Warsaw. You’ve probably seen the pierogi stands throughout the city and central markets in Old Town and New Town. If you’re looking to sample some of the local spirits, Zubrowka vodka, flavored with local bison grass, is smooth, flavorful, and uniquely Polish.

Day 9

Day 9 - Your Second Full Day in Warsaw

Explore Warsaw's Jewish Heritage

Suggestion to explore on your own

Warsaw has a rich Jewish history, and we highly recommend exploring it while you're visiting the city. The most significant historical monument to local Jewish culture is the Warsaw Ghetto. On Prozna Street you'll find the ghetto's surviving tenements covered in an artistic memorial to the victims of Nazism. There are also numerous statues, including the Monument to Ghetto Heroes, and the Monument to Mila 18, which was the headquarters of the ghetto's resistance fighters. The Nozyk Synagogue was once one of 400 synagogues in the city. Today it is the only one that survived World War II. It's certainly worth visiting, if only to marvel at the architecture and the interior. The POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews is also a must-see. The museum's postmodern exterior is striking in itself, but inside you'll find truly breathtaking exhibitions that reveal the rich history of Jewish life in Warsaw. Please note that the museum is closed on Tuesdays.

Open Air: Lazienki Park & the Banks of Vistula

Suggestion to explore on your own

Warsaw may appear rather industrial but in fact there are numerous outdoor areas in the city that are worth checking out. Lazienki Park is the city’s largest park, complete with ponds and a palace. It’s probably the most popular place in the city for a Sunday stroll. On the banks of the River Vistula (especially in the hip disctrict Praga), you’ll find numerous beach bars and snack shacks, making it the perfect destination for an outdoor day, especially if the weather is cooperating.

Day 10

Day 10 - Departure Day

Based on your flight time, we'll arrange for a transfer from your accommodation to the Warsaw airport.

We also offer the following excursions in Warsaw

Chopin Concert Tickets
Easy1 hour
Evening Warsaw Group Tour by Communist Minibus
Light3 hours
Jewish Warsaw Private Tour
Easy3 hours
Majdanek and Kazimierz Dolny Private Day Trip
Easy12 hours

What's Included

Here are all the services provided as part of your complete vacation package. See what every JayWay trip includes.
Please let us know if you'd like to upgrade any transfers or add any additional tours or excursions to your itinerary.

Budapest

3 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Budapest Airport Transfer
Budapest Private Walking Tour
Budapest - Krakow Private Transfer

Krakow

3 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Krakow Private Walking Tour
Krakow - Warsaw Train Ticket
Krakow Train Station Transfer

Warsaw

3 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Warsaw Train/Bus Station Transfer
Warsaw Private City Tour
Warsaw Airport Transfer (Chopin Airport)
The package excludes:

  • Flights to and from Europe.
  • Tips for Tour Guides, Drivers and Local Reps.
  • Meals (other than breakfast if included in room rate and meals listed as included in food tours and excursions, unless explicitly stated otherwise).
  • Parking fees for your Rental Car (if you are booking one with us) unless otherwise indicated. Some hotels provide free parking facilities.
  • Travel Insurance. See the insurance link on our website

Benefits of Traveling with JayWay

A JayWay vacation is more than the sum of its parts. Our team work tirelessly to ensure your experience is memorable for all the right reasons. Your trip is personalized to maximize your enjoyment. You're taken care of every step of the way.

A Travel Advisor who speaks your language
We will make sure that all your requirements and interests are taken into account in preparing your itinerary.
A totally tailored itinerary for your vacation
Your trip is customized for you by  an experienced trip planner and an expert on the region.
A choice of hand-picked hotels and excursions
We've personally inspected and tested all the hotels and local tour providers we work with to ensure quality.
Detailed pre-trip preparation to make the most of every day
Your Europe-based Tour Manager will be in touch by email and phone a month before you arrive to finalize timings.
On-trip Concierge Service to smooth out any bumps in the road
Our local staff are at your service throughout your journey via the local prepaid cellphone which we provide.
Personalized Guest Page to make sure you're not missing out
Packed with detailed information and recommendations curated by locals on the best things to do, see and eat.

Ginny, John, Jacob & Anthony

Pennsylvania

It was a VERY personalized experience - which began the day we started planning and lasted throughout the entire trip. JayWay Travel thought about every detail and worked with us to plan the perfect vacation, which allowed us to visit the cities and see the sites that we wanted.

It was a VERY personalized experience - which began the day we started planning and lasted throughout the entire trip. JayWay Travel thought about every detail and worked with us to plan the perfect vacation, which allowed us to visit the cities and see the sites that we wanted.

Year : 2019
Visited : Czech Republic, Poland, Austria, Hungary
Itinerary : Prague, Krakow, Vienna, Budapest
Rating :
5 / 5
Year : 2019
Visited : Czech Republic, Poland, Austria, Hungary
Itinerary : Prague, Krakow, Vienna, Budapest
Rating :
5 / 5

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Michigan

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JayWay Travel was very supportive and quick to reply in all aspects from pre-planning to finishing our trip. Best customer support both before and during our trip.

Year : 2018
Visited : Croatia
Itinerary : Dubrovnik, Hvar, Split
Rating :
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Year : 2018
Visited : Croatia
Itinerary : Dubrovnik, Hvar, Split
Rating :
4.8 / 5

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Virginia

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JayWay Travel made planning this trip so much easier than doing it on my own. Everyone was very knowledgeable in answering questions. When I had questions about which hotel to choose, I was able to talk to a local representative to best explain our options. I would never have gotten this detail through a travel site.

Year : 2018
Visited : Croatia
Itinerary : Dubrovnik, Hvar, Split
Rating :
4.6 / 5
Year : 2018
Visited : Croatia
Itinerary : Dubrovnik, Hvar, Split
Rating :
4.6 / 5

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New York

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Year : 2018
Visited : Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic
Itinerary : Budapest, Krakow, Prague
Rating :
5 / 5
Year : 2018
Visited : Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic
Itinerary : Budapest, Krakow, Prague
Rating :
5 / 5

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Pennsylvania

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JayWay Travel is an extremely organized travel company who makes sure every detail of your trip is covered. Their website is very user-friendly and provides you with all the information needed for a very enjoyable, stress-free journey.

Year : 2018
Visited : Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro
Itinerary : Zagreb, Plitvice, Split, Hvar, Split, Mostar, Kotor, Dubrovnik
Rating :
5 / 5
Year : 2018
Visited : Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro
Itinerary : Zagreb, Plitvice, Split, Hvar, Split, Mostar, Kotor, Dubrovnik
Rating :
5 / 5

Susan, Earl, John & Judy

Washington

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The only way to travel is with JayWay Travel. From the planning process through the actual 25 day journey, we were all extremely satisfied. Actually, almost each and every night, we toasted our experience and highly recommend it to everyone.

Year : 2018
Visited : Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania
Itinerary : Prague, Prague, Karlovy Vary, Cesky Krumlov, Brno, Budapest, Sighetu Marmatiei, Cluj, Sibiu, Sighisoara, Brasov, Bucharest
Rating :
5 / 5
Year : 2018
Visited : Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania
Itinerary : Prague, Prague, Karlovy Vary, Cesky Krumlov, Brno, Budapest, Sighetu Marmatiei, Cluj, Sibiu, Sighisoara, Brasov, Bucharest
Rating :
5 / 5

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