MAY 16 • • •
Depart for an overnight flight to Warsaw, arriving the next day.
MAY 17 • • •
Arrival in Warsaw and day to relax and recover from jet lag. Visit the Old Town Market Square and the Royal Castle Square. Have a group welcome dinner. Sleep in Warsaw for 2 nights.
MAY 18 • • •
Visit the Uprising Museum, Jewish Cemetery, and the Jewish Ghetto Walk.
MAY 19 • • •
Drive to Krakow, check in our hotel and spend the afternoon and evening enjoying the beautiful ambience of old town Krakow. Sleep in Krakow for 3 nights.
MAY 20 • • •
Visit St. Mary’s Church, St. Francis’ Basilica, Wawel Cathedral and Castle Grounds, Old Cemetery, and Schindler’s Factory Museum.
MAY 21 • • •
Take a day trip to visit the somber sights of the infamous Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.
MAY 22 • • •
Today is a long 5-hour drive to Prague, and we can stop by Brno, the Czech Republic’s 2nd largest city, for a mid-day break. Sleep in Prague for 3 nights.
MAY 23 • • •
Explore the Castle Quarter, St. Vitus’ Cathedral, Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, Jewish Quarter. Enjoy a tram or bus tour to see the best sights of the city.
MAY 24 • • •
Go to visit Terezin, north of Prague, site of the infamous Theresienstadt concentration camp. Return to Prague and enjoy the charming New Town district.
MAY 25 • • •
Depart for Nuremberg and visit the ramparts, the charming old town center, the Nazi Congress Hall, and the fascinating Documentation Museum. Sleep in Nuremberg for 1 night.
MAY 26 • • •
Drive down to Bavaria to visit the castles of Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau. Sleep in Oberammergau for 1 night.
MAY 27 • • •
Visit Mad King Ludwig’s summer palace at Linderhof then continue on to Munich and spend the afternoon to explore the center of the city, including Marienplatz, the Glockenspiel Carrillon, and Viktualienmarkt. Sleep in Munich for 3 nights.
MAY 28 • • •
VIsit the Residenz and Alte Pinakothek and possibly the BMW museum in the afternoon.
MAY 29 • • •
Take a day trip to Dachau concentration camp. Evening free in Munich. Group farewell dinner.
MAY 30 • • •
Transfer to Munich airport for your flights back to your next destination.
$3,200 USD per person/double occupancy (for a group of 8)
$500 USD deposit per person is required to reserve space on a first come, first serve basis.
The remaining balance must be paid in full 90 days before the first day of the tour.
Small tour group size
Total of 13 nights in moderately priced hotels all guaranteed by Hands On Travel, with private bathrooms and breakfast included.
Welcome and farewell dinners.
Services of a deaf group leader on call 24 hours a day.
Services of local deaf guide(s).
All transportation expenses connected with the tour itinerary.
All admission fees for attractions and museums mentioned in the itinerary.
Informative travel preparation packet.
Pre-tour and/or post-tour itinerary consultation.
$100 credit off your next full tour with Hands On Travel.
Airfares at the start and end of the tour are not included.
All lunches and dinners not mentioned in the itinerary and personal expenses are not included.
It is essential to consult the HOT terms and conditions before booking.
There is a lot of walking expected during the tour. Appropriate physical fitness is required.
Tour itinerary and price are subject to change.
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For more information, please contact Tour Manager Terry Giansanti at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terry is a deaf American with Italian bloodlines who now lives in Rome, Italy. After graduating from Gallaudet University, he came here in search of “la dolce vita” (the sweet life). In 2002 he established Hands On Travel to share his love of Europe with deaf travelers. His passions are traveling, reading, food, and sports.SEE TERRY'S TOURS