What is an Insider Tour?
It’s more than just a name – our information is dynamic engaging and far beyond the pedestrian. On your guided city tour you’ll get an insight into what it’s like living in the city while our English speaking guide will lead your exploration, showing you the well-known sights, and some hidden gems that you might otherwise miss. You then have free time to explore the charming city.
The cities of Eastern Europe have a long and often turbulent history. Along with a mix of religious and cultural influences a visit to this region is always fascinating and exciting.
Among the attractions to see in Eastern Europe is the Astronomical Clock in Prague, the Chain Bridge over the Danube in Budapest, connecting the old city of Buda with Pest. Dubrovnik’s Minčeta Tower and many other locations in the old town were used in the making of the hit show Game of Thrones. Krakow is home to the Wieliczka Salt Mines, where miners carved beautiful statues and even a stunning chapel. The nearby Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camps can be visited from Krakow.