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This route is curated for people addicted to fresh emotions. Our bus trail passes through true gems of Central Europe. You'll find out that cities you've been to a hundred of times can surprise you!

Day 1

10:00 – Hamburg, Germany
12:30 – 16:30 Berlin, Germany
19:00 – 23:00 Drezden, Germany

Day 2

09:00 – 13:00 Prague, Czech
16:00 – 23:00 Vienna, Austria

Day 3

10:00 - 18:00 Amsterdam
20:00 – Hamburg, Germany
Day 1: Hamburg, Germany - Berlin, Germany - Dresden, Germany
Hamburg
You've surely been hearing about Hamburg lately, as the city is not only home to the best nightlife in the world but also one of the top cities to both visit and live. But Hamburg didn't just pop out of nowhere; in fact, many people in Germany think of Hamburg as the country's capital of cool—even more so than Berlin. It's a city with many faces that offers a unique experience for everybody—whether you're looking for the punk, the chic, or (as locals say) the "typisch Hamburch." Until recently, it's often been overlooked by foreign travellers but is quickly becoming the hottest destination in Germany. So if you're asking yourself "why visit Hamburg", just join one of our routes to find the answer.
Berlin
Berlin is a city for those over monuments and mainstream sightseeing and keen to absorb local life. It's a great place for walking, exploring, sitting over beer, listening to buskers and appreciating the differences between one neighbourhood and the next. And although fast-paced and ever changing, Berlin hasn't forgotten its dark past, providing a look at 20th-century troubles that sets it apart from other European cities, where tourism often dwells in the distant past.
Drezden
Dresden, one of Europe's greatest Baroque cities, about 30 kilometers north of the border with the Czech Republic. However rich Dresden's treasures and proud its heritage, modern history has not been kind to the city. Today it has risen from its ashes and bears few scars from its late 20th-century trauma. Palaces glitter, gardens bloom, and the dome of the magnificently restored Frauenkirche again stands out above the skyline. With its wealth of museums, palaces, and other tourist attractions, there are plenty of things to do in Dresden. But don't spend all your time hurrying between these points of interest; take time to stroll along Brühl's Terrace, admire the river from one of its bridges, and smell the roses in its gardens. Dresden is a gracious and beautiful city to simply enjoy its many sights.
Day 2: Prague, Czech - Vienna, Austria
Prague
Nicknamed "the City of a Hundred Spires", it is known for its Old Town Square, the heart of its historical core, with colorful baroque buildings, Gothic churches and the Medieval Astronomical Clock, which gives an animated hourly show.
Vienna
With an unmistakably cosmopolitan atmosphere, Vienna retains a distinctive charm and flair, accentuated by its fine old architecture, glittering palaces, famous horse-cabs. The Hofburg, Schönbrunn, St.Stephen's Cathedral and of course the splendid coffee houses with gorgeous Viennese cakes and pastries. "The Beaten Heart of Europe". You will love it.
Day 3: Amsterdam, Netherlands - Hamburg, Germany
Amsterdam
Amsterdam is one of the greatest small cities in the world. From Amsterdam canals to world-famous Amsterdam museums and historical Amsterdam sights, it is one of the most romantic and beautiful cities in Europe. Canal cruises are a popular way to see the city from the perspective of its canals. Amsterdam is also a city of tolerance and diversity. It has all the advantages of a big city: rich culture, lively Amsterdam nightlife, international restaurants, good transport - but is quiet, and largely thanks to its extensive canals, has a little road traffic. In this city your destination is never far away, but get a bike for an authentic local experience.
Hamburg
You've surely been hearing about Hamburg lately, as the city is not only home to the best nightlife in the world but also one of the top cities to both visit and live. But Hamburg didn't just pop out of nowhere; in fact, many people in Germany think of Hamburg as the country's capital of cool—even more so than Berlin. It's a city with many faces that offers a unique experience for everybody—whether you're looking for the punk, the chic, or (as locals say) the "typisch Hamburch." Until recently, it's often been overlooked by foreign travellers but is quickly becoming the hottest destination in Germany. So if you're asking yourself "why visit Hamburg", just join one of our routes to find the answer.

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