Highlights of Eastern Europe

Highlights of Eastern Europe

586 Views
14 Days
From

$3090

$3005

Highlights of Eastern Europe

14 Days Starting in Krakow and ending in Prague

Visiting: Kraków, Wieliczka Salt Mine, Dunajec, Tatra Mountains, Banská Bystrica, Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna, Mikulov, Prague

Tour operator:

Explore!

Tour code:

CZ

Guide Type:

Fully Guided

Group size:

4 - 18

Physical rating:

Medium, Full On

Age range:

Adult

Special diets catered:

Vegans, Vegetarians

Tour operated in:
English
Interests:

Cultural, History

Activities:

Sightseeing, Walking

From:
$3090
$3005 (USD) The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $85
See local operators tour description
- Sign In

This tour is no longer available, please see similar tours below or send an enquiry

Tour Overview

This trip is perfect for first time travellers to Eastern Europe as it visits the best known cities as well as exploring the dramatic mountain scenery. Travel by a mix of rail and road to discover Krakow, Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna and Prague. Dunajec Gorge - Marvel at this impressive gorge while rafting along the gently meandering river past the towering limestone cliffs High Tatra - Walk amid the spectacular mountain scenery with its tree covered slopes and jagged rocky peaks Banska Stiavnica - Explore this UNESCO-Listed medieval town and go underground to learn about its fascinating mining history

Highlights

  • Dunajec Gorge - Marvel at this impressive gorge while rafting along the gently meandering river past the towering limestone cliffs

  • High Tatra - Walk amid the spectacular mountain scenery with its tree covered slopes and jagged rocky peaks

  • Banska Stiavnica - Explore this UNESCO-Listed medieval town and go underground to learn about its fascinating mining history

Itinerary

Expand All
Day 1: Join The Trip In Krakow, Poland
Location: Kraków
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: No Meals

Arrive in Krakow, where we spend the next two nights. It was Poland's former capital until 1596 and due to its very distinctive character; it is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Its historic architecture survived World War II unscathed, unlike most other Polish cities, and its rich culture has been preserved to the present day. It was the residence of Polish kings and has nearly one hundred churches, as well as the country's oldest university. Among its most important architectural treasures are Saint Mary's Church, which contains the world-famous altarpiece carved by Veit Stoss, the medieval buildings of the Jagiellonian University and Wawel Castle and Cathedral.

For those arriving on time our Leader plans to meet you in the hotel reception at 6pm for the welcome meeting and for those that wish, there is the chance to go out for dinner. There are no other activities planned today, so you are free to arrive in Krakow at any time. If you would like to receive a complimentary airport transfer today, you'll need to arrive into John Paul II Krakow-Balice International Airport (KRK), which is around 30 minutes' drive . Should you miss the welcome meeting, your Leader will inform you of any essential information as soon as you catch up.

There is a lot to see and do in Krakow; if you can spare the time, we suggest arriving a day early to make the most of this fascinating city especially if you are going on the optional excursion to Auschwitz or Wieliczka Salt Mine tomorrow.

In the city centre you will find numerous good Polish restaurants and the 'pierogi', Polish dumplings, are especially tasty. There are also many bars selling a range of local beers and of course a wide range of vodkas. Such as Chmiel, which is a basement bar beneath the forecourt of Wawel Castle, C.K. Browar, which is a popular micro-brewery or Starka Restaurant and Vodkas where you can try out an array of homemade flavoured vodkas.

Day 2: Walk In The Old Quarter; Option To Visit Wieliczka Salt Mine
Location: Wieliczka Salt Mine
Accommodation: Hotel

This morning our Explore Leader will take us on a short orientation walk around the city's stunning Old Quarter to help us get our bearings.

The rest of today is left free for you to explore Krakow and further afield if you wish. The Jewish Kazimierz district, the setting for the film Schindler's List, has many points of interest, including the Old Synagogue and the Museum of Jewish Life. You may like to make an excursion to Oswiecim, the site of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp, which is a haunting reminder of the terrible atrocities that took place here during World War II.

Alternatively it's possible to visit the Royal Castle, perched high on Wawel Hill, which overlooks both the Old Quarter and the Vistula River. Constructed in Renaissance style, the castle houses exquisite treasures collected through the ages by Polish monarchs. Next to the castle is Wawel Cathedral, which is the final resting place of the Polish Kings.

Another option is to visit the fascinating Wieliczka Salt Mines, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At up to 300 metres underground you'll see a 400 year old chapel, a subterranean salt lake and chambers large enough to hold the Eiffel Tower! The Chapel of Saint Kinga is the mine's most spectacular feature and you'll no doubt be amazed by what can be sculpted from salt. Please note that there are 350 steps down into the mine at the beginning of the tour and then a further 450 on the route through the various corridors and 20 chambers visited. The temperature underground can be much cooler than on the surface, so be sure to bring a jumper.

There is only time to visit Auschwitz or the Wieliczka salt mine today. We suggest you extend your stay in Krakow if you would like to visit both. Please see the Optional Activities section of our trip notes about pre-booking the optional excursion to Auschwitz prior to travel. This excursion books up quickly so it is important to book this at least one week in advance of your arrival.

Day 3: Rafting In Dunajec Gorge; Arrive In The Tatra Mountains, Slovakia
Location: Dunajec
Accommodation: Hotel

This morning we depart for an inflatable rafting trip on the Dunajec River to a point close to the Polish border near Lesnica. It's a chance to get active and probably get wet as well as enjoying the picturesque surroundings. Bring a change of clothes and shoes that you don't mind getting wet and a towel with you today. This river has been a famous attraction since the middle of the 19th century, when tourists came here to cruise on log built rafts. We meander along the bottom of the spectacular canyon that bears the river's name, passing a landscape of towering limestone cliffs, blanketed in lush forests of fir, beech, larch and spruce.

The gorge in Pieniny National Park is particularly noteworthy for its diverse collection of wildlife including lynx, wolf and stag that can often be spotted in its slopes. Birdlife includes some 14 species of bats as well as eagle, pygmy owls, three toed woodpeckers and rare black storks that can be spotted along the river's edge.

Later in the day, will visit the impressive Spis Castle. Sat on a hilltop above the town of Spisske it was once home to the Hungarian kings and it is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the ruins show both Romanesque and Gothic architecture.

Continue by bus to Novy Smokovec in the High Tatra Mountains, one of the most scenic regions of Slovakia. Snow-capped for most of the year, the compact High Tatra range is sliced by beautiful valleys and lakes. An ideal region for winter sports, in summer the network of well-marked trails is a hiker's delight.

Day 4: Hiking In The Tatra Mountains
Location: Tatra Mountains
Accommodation: Hotel

Today we take a public bus to Biela Voda and from here we'll start our full day trek in the beautiful Tatra Mountains. We begin with an uphill walk to the picturesque Green Lake. We take in the view and have the option to have a picnic lunch here. For those that wish to walk further there is then the possibility to continue to the Great White Lake before returning to Biela Voda on foot. We return to Novy Smokovec by public bus for the evening.

The trek is graded moderate. The first section is 5 kilometres long and goes from 915 metres to an altitude of 1550 metres and should take approximately 2.5 hours. If you continue to the Great White Lake it's a further 2 kilometres and goes to an altitude of 1615 metres and should take an extra 35 minutes. We then need to walk the same distance back to the original starting point of the walk, so we will cover between 10-14 kilometres and walk for 5-6 hours in total today. Please make sure you bring comfortable walking shoes or boots and you may also find walking poles useful.

Alternatively if you'd prefer a shorter walk then you can take a local train to Lake Strbske and enjoy a gentle walk around the lakeshore. This large glacial lake offers great views over the surrounding pine covered Tatra Mountains with their jagged rock peaks.

Day 5: Train To Banska Bystrica With An Orientation Walk On Arrival
Location: Banská Bystrica
Accommodation: Guesthouse

This morning we travel by rail to Banska Bystrica (the journey will involve changes of train). On arrival our local Leader will take us on an orientation walk of the city. The pretty town is set on the Hron River and is surrounded by mountains. The main square is a hive of activity in summer and the city castle, which is one of the main attractions, is located on the edge of the square. Back in 1944 it was in Banska Bystrica that the Slovak national uprising began against the invading German forces and their own collaborationist government. Although most were defeated a few members managed to hold on until 1945 when the Soviet, Czechoslovakian and Romanian armies arrived and liberated the country from Nazi rule.

Whilst here you might like to try the traditional and delicious folded potato pancakes followed by 'Tatratea' liqueur, a tea based strong herbal drink that originated in the High Tatra Mountains as a way of keeping warm on cold winter evenings.

Day 6: Visit The Charming Medieval Town Of Banska Stiavnica And The Mining Museum
Location: Budapest
Accommodation: Guesthouse

Today we depart on an excursion to Banska Stiavnica, a beautifully preserved medieval town located in the centre of a huge caldera of an ancient collapsed volcano, surrounded by dense forested hills.

Whilst here we will visit the 17th century open air mining museum. Equipped with a helmet, mining coat and lamp we head 60 meters deep underground to traverse a two kilometre tunnel providing a fascinating insight into the hard work of mining community from the middle ages until the end of the 20th century. The museum not only explains the mining history of Slovakia but also the cultural heritage of the town itself. We return to Banska Bystrica for a second night.

Day 7: Drive To Budapest Via The Wine Region Of Sebechleby. Budapest Guided Walking Tour
Location: Budapest
Accommodation: Hotel

We start our day visiting the unique Hronsek wooden church, a remarkable engineering accomplishment, given the vast wooden building contains not a single nail or supporting metal in its construction. This beautiful building is protected by UNESCO and has capacity to seat a congregation of over 1000.

Our next stop is Stará Hora, a picturesque small wine-making district of Sebechleby village, on the southern foothills of the Stiavnica Mountains sprinkled with small wine houses called "hajlochy." After a short walk around the village there is the option to visit a local wine cellar and enjoy a delicious home cooked lunch with local wines, this is an optional activity - see the budgeting section for more details. Our final destination is Budapest, a two hour drive.

Situated on a beautiful stretch of the Danube River, Hungary's capital consists of two parts: Buda and Pest. Buda is the older, more graceful part, with cobbled streets and Medieval buildings, whilst the latter is the modern business centre. Utilising local transport, this afternoon's guided walking tour takes in the major sites of this impressive city. We discover the Basilica of Saint Stephen and the Parliament buildings before crossing the Chain Bridge to the Castle District and Watertown. Here lie Buda's most ancient gems - Castle Hill with the Old Town, Fisherman's Bastion and the Royal Palace.

Day 8: Join Trip In Budapest, Hungary; Orientation Walk Of The City
Location: Budapest
Accommodation: Hotel

Today in Budapest is left free for you to further explore its many attractions. You may like to visit one of the city's famous thermal baths or take a boat cruise on the Danube. Another recommended attraction is Szentendre; an artist's town with a Serb minority located on the bank of the river, which can be reached by train or bus.

Day 9: Drive To Bratislava, Slovakia With A Walking Tour On Arrival
Location: Bratislava
Accommodation: Hotel

After the journey from Budapest we will spend a nice leisurely afternoon in historical Bratislava, the capital city of Slovakia. It used to be the capital of the former Hungarian Kingdom and was known as 'Pressburg' and went through tough times at war with the Ottoman Empire. We will walk through the Old Town's maze of pretty Medieval streets and squares surrounded by numerous cafes and trendy bistros. We pass by Michael's Gate which is the only remaining old entrance to the city, the pretty Main Square, Neoclassical Primate's Palace and Cathedral of Saint Martin. After the walk you can continue your discovery by visiting one of the oldest castles in Slovakia or by enjoying a birds eye view from city's most famous landmark, the so-called UFO bridge, which affords views over the 'panelaky' typical communist era blocks of flats and various other fairly radical urban projects.

Day 10: Train To Vienna, Austria; Chance To Travel Back By Boat
Location: Vienna
Accommodation: Hotel

This morning we take a short train ride (about 1 hour) to Austria's capital, Vienna, where we enjoy a walking tour of the Old City with a local guide. This should offer a good initial overview of the history and the structure of the city. Sights during the walk will include the Karlsplatz, Heroes Square, Hofburg (Imperial Palace Complex), Imperial Treasury, National Library, Spanish Riding School, Vienna's ancient housing estates, Saint Stephens Church and the Opera. We won't have time to enter any of these places on our tour but afterwards you will be free to return to visit any that you wish. You can choose to return to Bratislava by train at your leisure (we will provide a return ticket) or you may prefer to book a boat trip back along the Danube River (taking approximately 2 hours).

Day 11: Visit To Lednice-Valtice And Wine Tasting In Mikulov, Czech Republic
Location: Mikulov
Accommodation: Hotel

We start our day with a train trip (taking around 1 hour), followed by a short bus journey to the beautiful town of Mikulov. Filled with history embodied in architectural monuments, this small town offers something for everyone. Situated in the very heart of the wine region, it has plenty of walking paths with local and family run wine cellars or wine tasting centres along the way. En route to Mikulov we stop at Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's one of the largest artificial landscapes in Europe and here we will take a walk around the castle park of Chateau Lednice.

In the afternoon we visit the Jewish Cemetery in Mikulov with centuries old tombs and it is the final resting place of many prominent rabbis. Following our visit we'll enjoy a wine tasting of Mikulov's local produce.

Day 12: Train To Prague And Explore On Foot
Location: Prague
Accommodation: Hotel

A train journey takes us to our final destination of Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic. Our train travel today will involve a change of trains and take approximately 4.5 hours in total. Twelve centuries have adorned it with a labyrinth of old streets and wonderful palaces and bridges. We enjoy a guided city tour, which will take in some of the main highlights including the Old Town Square and City Hall, set amid antique houses and arcades. Other sites include the Astronomical Clock, Powder Tower and Prague Ghetto, which includes the Jewish Cemetery and Synagogues. We also see Charles Bridge, the most handsome bridge over the Vltava River and the area of Hradcany which contains the castle of the Bohemian Kings.

Day 13: Free Day In Prague With The Option To Visit Konopiste Castle
Location: Prague
Accommodation: Hotel

On our second day in Prague you are free to enjoy the city at your leisure. You may wish to head by local train to the 700 year old Konopiste Castle. The castle was once owned by Archduke Ferdinand, whose assassination in Sarajevo triggered the start of World War I. A boat trip on the Vltava River is another possibility. There are also many classical music concerts to be found. If the timing is right, you may be lucky to see a performance in one of the old atmospheric churches. There the option of visiting the Bunker Museum, where a range of Cold War relics are on display from an age when paranoia and spying was at an all-time high, which is housed in a former communist bunker underneath the city.

Day 14: Trip Ends In Prague
Location: Prague

The trip ends after breakfast at our hotel in Prague.

There are no activities planned today, so you are free to depart from Prague at any time. If your flight is departing later in the day, luggage storage facilities are available at our hotel. If you would like to receive a complimentary airport transfer today, you need to depart from Prague Airport (PRG).

What's Included

  • Train Tickets

  • Airport Transfers at Destination

  • Accommodation

    10 nights comfortable hotel

  • All Domestic Transportation (including internal flights)

  • Meals – Breakfast Only

    Breakfast: 13

What's Not Included

  • 1 bottle of Mineral Water per person per day

  • Tipping and Gratuities

Why Book this Tour

Making our way from Krakow to Prague, this trip takes in historic European cities and contrasting stunning mountain ranges and gorges. We discover a variety of cuisines and cultures on this highlights trip of Eastern Europe. Why not visit in winter to see these fascinating countries in a different light.

Videos

Check out our Q&As

  • Can you assist with pre or post tour accommodation?

    Yes

  • Will I know the names and details of all the accommodation before I depart?

    Yes

  • Are children permitted to take part in the tour?

    No

  • Will there be an escort accompanying this tour?

    Yes

  • Are the local guides on the tour English speaking?

    Yes

  • Is there any free time to explore places during the tour?

    Yes

  • What is the maximum group size?

    18

  • What is the standard of the hotels on this tour?

    10 nights comfortable hotel

  • I'm going on a walking/cycling trip-do I need to train?

    It will depend on the grade and how fit you already are. Check the trip page for details of the walking or cycling grade and how far you’ll be walking/cycling each day. For moderate or challenging trips in particular we’d recommend doing some walks or cycles before you leave to build up your fitness and prepare you for the distances being covered.

  • Who will be my travelling companions on the tour?

    We have a wide range of ages nationalities on our small group trips and they come from all walks of life.

  • Should I get travel insurance?

    Yes–it is a condition of booking that you are fully insured when travelling with us

  • How long has the tour company been trading?

    At Explore, we're the experts in adventure travel. Our small group adventure holidays have been running since 1981. Today, Explore is one of the most trusted travel companies in the UK with over 500 trips to more than 120 countries.

  • Can I join the tour once it has departed?

    Yes, but there are no concessions for doing so, and we must have a record in your booking advising as such before the trip departs.

  • Am I contributing to any charity by booking the tour?

    Being a responsible company is a large statement, something that has to be entwined within the very fibre of a company. Discover the charities and partnerships we support as part of this at https://www.explore.co.uk/about/sustainability/charities-and-partners

  • What happens if I need to change my holiday date once I’ve booked?

    We want to be as clear as and as honest as possible about what happens if you decide to that you no longer wish to travel on your trip. Our booking conditions have details of the costs you’ll incur when you cancel-these charges depend on how long it is before your planned departure.

  • What is the accommodation like?

    We choose comfortable accommodation in the best locations possible. We opt for small, local and family-run accommodation where we can, as opposed to large chain hotels. We typically use hotels that are the equivalent of European 3-star, and you’ll usually have an en suite room. Occasionally, where we want to get off the beaten trail we may stay in more basic accommodation.

  • What Ethical Travel credentials does the tour company have?

    Sustainability is embedded within the fibre of Explore, it emanates from the inside out. But as we enter a new decade it is clearer than ever that our world needs help, and Explore has created a sustainability strategy based on the 2015 UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

  • What policies are in place for Covid-19?

    Our flexible booking and safety policies mean you're protected before and during your travels with us. Receive a full refund if your trip is cancelled, transfer your trip free of charge up to 10 days before departure minus any irrocoverable costs.

  • Do I need to be very fit to book with you?

    All our trips require some level of active participation. This could be on a cultural trip, trek, safari, expedition or voyage. It is in the interests of all members of the group that everyone should be capable of fully participating in the activities of their chosen trip.

  • What documents will I receive before I travel?

    Final documents will include a comprehensive trip itinerary, climate and country information, budgeting and packing advice visa and passport information and details on optional activities available.

  • Do you operate a “single share” option and how does it work?

    Yes on most of our trips. Most trips are based on customers sharing twin-bedded rooms. If you book a group trip as an individual, you will share a room with someone of the same sex. However, on many trips we offer the opportunity to pay a supplement to pre-book a single room, known as our single room option. On some trips a single room will be provided every night, on others it will be provided o

  • Do we have to be vaccinated against Covid-19 to travel

    It’s now a condition of booking a trip with us that customers should have one of the following before they travel - — Be vaccinated against COVID, having received the full recommended course, and allowing enough time for immunity to take effect. Full vaccination includes any booster required to keep the vaccine valid. — Have taken a negative test (rapid antigen or PCR) within 72hrs of departure.

  • Will the accommodation included meet local health and safety regulations?

    Explore will only offer hotels that have specific COVID-19 protocols in place and comply with local government guidelines. We will ensure these measures include; enhanced room cleaning, ventilation, social distancing, regular cleaning and disinfection of high frequency touch points in public areas, food safety, staff re-training and minimising contact within the properties.

Reviews from Travellers on this Tour

Patrick  

Highlights of Eastern Europe

11-Feb-2018

Brilliant guide (Alena) for an excellent tour.

Jonathan  

Highlights of Eastern Europe

09-Mar-2018

I cannot rate Alena high enough. without doubt the best guide I've had for all the tours I have enjoyed

Mike  

Highlights of Eastern Europe

10-Apr-2019

I again reiterate howod Miro's leadership was on this tour. He had people who wanted to off and do their own thing and people who just didn't listen to his instructions. He quickly identified those people and managed things accordingly. I would happily on one of his tours again.

Robin  

Highlights of Eastern Europe

11-Jan-2017

A very enjoyable holiday and great introduction to central Europe. A lot is packed into the two weeks, and probably best viewed as a taster. I've already decided I'ming back to some of the places visited to see more.

Marc  

Highlights of Eastern Europe

28-Oct-2018

Good trip - I enjoyed the first week particularly as it was more active and a smaller group. The second week was a big group- probably too big, but Miro did fantastically- he has the patience of a saint.

Judith  

Highlights of Eastern Europe

11-Feb-2018

A very well thought out trip. aod mix of culture and physical activities on the 2 week trip.

Brian  

Highlights of Eastern Europe

28-Oct-2019

Would recommend the trip to others. We enjoyed the mix of small and large citiestowns visited.

Lucy  

Highlights of Eastern Europe

26-Aug-2019

a veryod introduction to the countries we visited I am sure some people will return to explore more in detail

Michael  

Highlights of Eastern Europe

29-Jul-2018

This was my first Explore trip and I will use Explore again in the future.

Read all 9 reviews

Dates & Availability

tourhub Discount Available - Sign In

Instant Booking Available

Sunday - Saturday

May 05, 2024 - May 18, 2024
$3170 $3083 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $87 (USD)

Instant Booking Available

Sunday - Saturday

Jul 21, 2024 - Aug 03, 2024
$3090 $3005 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $85 (USD)

Instant Booking Available

Sunday - Saturday

Aug 11, 2024 - Aug 24, 2024
$3090 $3005 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $85 (USD)

Instant Booking Available

Sunday - Saturday

Sep 01, 2024 - Sep 14, 2024
$3090 $3005 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $85 (USD)

Instant Booking Available

Sunday - Saturday

Sep 15, 2024 - Sep 28, 2024
$3170 $3083 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $87 (USD)

Instant Booking Available

Sunday - Saturday

Sep 29, 2024 - Oct 12, 2024
$3090 $3005 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $85 (USD)

Instant Booking Available

Sunday - Saturday

May 04, 2025 - May 17, 2025
$3260 $3170 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $90 (USD)

Instant Booking Available

Sunday - Saturday

Jun 08, 2025 - Jun 21, 2025
$3260 $3170 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $90 (USD)

Instant Booking Available

Sunday - Saturday

Jul 20, 2025 - Aug 02, 2025
$3260 $3170 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $90 (USD)

Instant Booking Available

Sunday - Saturday

Aug 10, 2025 - Aug 23, 2025
$3260 $3170 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $90 (USD)

Instant Booking Available

Sunday - Saturday

Aug 31, 2025 - Sep 13, 2025
$3260 $3170 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $90 (USD)

Instant Booking Available

Sunday - Saturday

Sep 14, 2025 - Sep 27, 2025
$3260 $3170 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $90 (USD)

Instant Booking Available

Sunday - Saturday

Sep 28, 2025 - Oct 11, 2025
$3260 $3170 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $90 (USD)

Instant Booking Available

Sunday - Saturday

Oct 12, 2025 - Oct 25, 2025
$3260 $3170 (USD)

The Big ADVENTURE Sale: $90 (USD)

Book with Confidence

  • Free Date Changes

    Explore! allows you to make 1 free date changes, as long as the change is made at least 60 days before the start of the tour.

  • Low Deposit

    Explore! requires a minimum deposit of 10% or the full booking value, whichever is less, with the final balance not due until 60 days before departure.

  • Cancellation Policy

    We don't charge a cancellation fee, here is a summary of explore! charges.

    Up to 60 days before tour starts: Forfeit 100% of deposit.

    At 59 days before tour starts: Forfeit 30% of booking price.

    At 41 days before tour starts: Forfeit 60% of booking price.

    At 27 days before tour starts: Forfeit 90% of booking price.

    At 13 days before tour starts: Forfeit 100% of booking price.

Why book with tourhub?

Safe & Secure

Your money is protected in an external trust until you travel.

pts logo

100% Guaranteed Refunds if your trip is cancelled.


The safest way to make overseas, multi-currency payments.

Guaranteed Best Value

Industry leading discounts, we won't be beaten on price.


No cancellation or amendment fees from tourhub.

(Operator terms may apply)

Expert Knowledge

Reliable & unbiased advice from travel experts.


Direct contact with the tour operator via our messaging service.


Inspiration & advice from a community of 6000+ real travellers, influencers & content creators.

Trusted Service

Official partners & licensed agents of 1000+ tour operators worldwide.


Don't just take our word for it...

"Tourhub: Friendliness, Professionalism & Integrity I would happily give tourhub a 6* review if I could..."

Similar Tours

Travel Guru Features

Our Reviews