Day 7: Prague, Czech Republic
Today we ventured on our own walking tour of the city. The first stop was the Charles Bridge to check out the street venders and get a great view of the Prague Castle. We then walked along the river on our way to the beautiful and colorful John Lennon Wall. Then it was off to see the Prague Castle up close. After the tour was complete some people stayed longer to explore the Prague Castle more while others went to explore and take advantage of their last day in Prague. Tonight we are headed out again then it is off to Munich tomorrow!
At the Lennon wall in Prague, Czech Republic
Day 6: Prague, Czech Republic
We spent our first morning in Prague on the Sandemans New Europe Walking Tour checking out Old Town Square, the Astronomical Clock, the Jewish Quarter, and more. After our walking tour was over some of us headed to the Czech Kitchen to enjoy some goulash and beer while others went off to have a bagel at Bohemian Bagel. Then we explored what else the magical city of Prague had to offer.
The night was spent checking out the nightlife of Prague on the Clocktower Pub Crawl.
New Europe Walking Tour in Prague, Czech Republic
Day 5: Auschwitz
After we departed Krakow we made a stop at Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II/Birkenau. We had a very informative guided tour before getting on the road to our next destination: Prague
Day 3 & 4: Krakow, Poland
We arrived in the evening to Krakow headed out to dinner after getting settled. After dinner we check out one of Krakow’s 300 bars. Monday morning we had our walking tour of the city which explored the Jewish Quarter, Krakow Castle, and the Market Square. After the walking tour some people went to go try some Zapikanka while others went to have come delicious cupcakes and The Cupcake Factory. Monday night we went out for some traditional Polish Perogis before the pub crawl!
Day 2: March 3rd, Budapest, Hungary
After a busy first day we decided to take the day to relax in the traditional thermal baths of Budapest, but first we headed to the Great Market Hall to do a little shopping and spending some of our Hungarian Forint. Then we spent the afternoon lounging in the natural hot springs, getting massages, and catching some rays. In the evening it was time to get all dolled up and head out for a dinner cruise on the Danube River. We ate traditional foods like goulash, paprika chicken, and noodles while enjoying the gorgeous views of the city. We all loved our time in Budapest and now it’s on the Krakow to check out the salt mines, learn some communist and nazi history, and eat some perogis.
March 3rd, relaxing in the hot springs in Budapest
Day 1: March 2nd. Budapest, Hungary
Hey Everyone! We arrived in Budapest for the kick off of our Spring Break. We started the day with a walking tour of the city. We saw gorgeous views of the castle, Parliament Building, and St. Stephens Basilica. The weather was nice and sunny which made Budapest even more beautiful. After the tour we headed underneath the city for some caving! We put on our jumpsuits and hardhats and got ready for out underground adventure below Budapest.
We took a little break before heading to a traditional Hungarian bar for a fun night on the town.
March 2nd, Budapest, Hungary
The Bus2alps Eastern Loop crew is about to head out on the Spring Break of a lifetime to see Budapest, Krakow, Prague and Munich! Check back here for updates and pictures.