Majestic Eastern Europe


CZECH REPUBLIC

Prague – Old Town, Charles Bridge, Wenceslas Square, Prague Castle, St Vitus Cathedral

 

GERMANY

Dresden – Zwinger, Frauenkirche, Saxon Wall, Semper Opera House

Berlin – Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate, Unter den Linden, State Opera House, Reichstag Building, Berlin Tower

 

POLAND

Poznan – Stary Rynek (Old Town Square)

Warsaw – Market Square, Mermaid Statue, Palace of Culture & Science, Observation Point panoramic view, Church of Holy Cross

Czestochowa – Black Madonna of Jasna Gora Monastery

Auschwitz – Auschwitz Concentration Camp

Krakow – Rynek Glowny Market Square, Cloth Hall, St Mary, Wawel Royal Castle, Jagiellonian University

 

SLOVAKIA – Pass by Tatra Mountains

 

HUNGARY

Budapest – Matthias Church, Fisherman’s Bastion

 

AUSTRIA

Vienna – Schonbrunn Palace, Hofburg Palace, St Stephen’s Cathedral, State Opera House, Parliament Building  





     


Itinerary


DAY 01 : SINGAPORE / PRAGUE                 (Meals on board)

Assemble at Changi International Airport and begin your vacation to Eastern Europe with a pleasant flight to Prague, the capital city of Czech Republic.

                                  

DAY 02 : ARRIVE PRAGUE             (Dinner)

Arrive Prague, known as the City of a Hundred Spires.  With a uniquely preserved historical centre which earned it the UNESCO World Heritage Site, your sightseeing of the city will bring you to the Old Town square.  Located between Wenceslas Square and Charles Bridge, step into the square and journey back in time, 600 or 700 years. As you stand in awe, the dramatic history of Prague permeates the air.  With its ancient buildings and magnificent churches, this is one of the most beautiful historical sights in Europe.  The most notable sights on the square are the Old Town Hall Tower and Astronomical Clock, Tyn Church and St. Nicholas Church.  Next is a visit to the medieval Prague Castle.  Roughly the size of seven football fields, Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world. Built and renovated during 13 centuries, you can wander around its courtyards, palaces, museums and garden and whilst doing so, admire the overwhelming beauty of a place which has been the seat of Czech kings, emperors and presidents for a thousand years. The whole castle grounds is dominated by the monumental St. Vitus Cathedral, which is one of the most beautiful in Europe. 

 

DAY 03 : PRAGUE / DRESDEN / BERLIN                    (Breakfast/Dinner)

Leave Prague and cross the border to Germany.  Arrive at Dresden, a very striking town with views of spires, towers and domes.  Dresden cultural heyday was during the reign of Augustus the Strong (August der Starke) and his son Augustus III when the Saxon capital was known as the ‘Florence of the north’.  It was their vision that produced many of Dresden’s iconic buildings, including the Zwinger and the Frauenkirche.  The devastating bombing raids in 1945 destroyed most of these treasures but many of the most important landmarks like the Saxon Wall and Semper Opera House have since been rebuilt, including the elegant Frauenkirche.  After being mesmerised by these cultural feast, you then continue your journey passing by the Spreewalk Forest and arrive at Berlin, the capital of Germany.

 

DAY 04 : BERLIN                (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)

Berlin is a city with a vibrant culture amidst its turbulent past.  During the Third Reich, Berlin was the headquarters for the Nazi propaganda and it was completely destroyed during World War ll.  After the war Berlin was divided until its reunification in 1990 and the Berlin Wall torn down although some parts of it can still be seen as a symbol of its past.  See one of its famous landmark, the Brandenburg Gate, the only remaining town gate of the city, standing at the western end of the avenue Unter den Linden. It has served as a symbol of both the division of Germany and the country’s reunification. Another notable landmarks is the German State Opera House, which was constructed in the style of Prussian classicism under the influence of British neo-Palladianism.  Admire the Reichstag Building, the seat of the German parliament, located close to the Brandenburg Gate.  It was renovated after the German reunification and now features a striking glass dome.  One cannot miss the Berlin Tower, the "long beanpole" which was one of the most prominent symbols of West Berlin.  It still serves as a wonderful vantage point for enjoying an extensive panoramic view of the city. 


DAY 05 : BERLIN / POZNAN / WARSAW                  (Breakfast/Dinner)

Depart Berlin and cross the German border to Poland and you will make a brief stop at Poznan, once the capital city of Poland.  It was badly damaged in World War II, but has been beautifully restored. The huge Old Town Square (Stary Rynek) is one of Europe’s nicest, with museums and restaurants surrounding it. Around 60 per cent of the Old Town was flattened during WWII, though most of the houses were meticulously rebuilt in the 1950s following Baroque and Renaissance styles.  Continue your journey to Warsaw, the current capital city of Poland.  In the evening, you may have a chance to explore the city’s nightlife or why not enjoy Chopin’s music in his native land.

 

DAY 06 : WARSAW                          (Breakfast/Lunch)

Warsaw is Poland’s largest city and an economic, political, and cultural centre. It is a bustling metropolis and features an unforgettable history.  Its historic centre was nearly destroyed during the Warsaw uprising in 1944 but the meticulous reconstruction was carried out so well that it gained appreciation and was included in the list of the UNESCO world heritage sites.  The Old Town retained much of its charm with its beautiful Gothic churches, fairy tale Renaissance and Baroque facades and the traditional centre piece of Warsaw, the Market Square. The Mermaid Statue, a symbol of Warsaw stands proudly here.  Visit the spectacular Palace of Culture & Science, the tallest building in Poland, built between 1952 and 1955, a gift from Stalin to the Polish people.  Catch a panoramic view of Warsaw from the Observation Point.  Visit the Church of the Holy Cross where Chopin’s heart was buried.  So while Chopin’s body rests at Père Lachaise, in the company of Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison, his heart resides at Holy Cross.

 

DAY 07 : WARSAW / CZESTOCHOWA / AUSCHWITZ / KRAKOW                 (Breakfast/Dinner)

Leave Warsaw for Czestochowa to visit the 14th century Jasna Gora Monastery to see the painting of ‘Black Madonna’ which legend states was painted by St. Luke the Evangelist. Next is a visit to Auschwitz Concentration Camp, a German Nazi death camp built and operated by the Third Reich during World War II.   Auschwitz was the largest of the Nazi's camps and the most streamlined mass killing center ever created. It was at Auschwitz that 1.1 million people were murdered, mostly Jews. Auschwitz has become a symbol of death, the Holocaust, and the destruction of European Jewry.  Later proceed to Krakow for your overnight stay.

 

DAY 08 : KRAKOW                           (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
Legend has it that Krakow was founded upon the defeat of a dragon and its mythical atmosphere can be felt from its attractive streets and squares.  The city miraculously endured wars and oppressive regime and it became one of Europe’s cultural treasure troves.  You will see its well-preserved medieval Old Town with soaring churches, impressive museums and the vast Rynek Glowny, Europe’s largest market square.  The central feature here is the Cloth Hall, a well-known monument of Poland’s renaissance architecture.   It is possibly the world’s oldest shopping mall having been in business for 700 years.  Adjacent to the market square is St Mary’s with its striking red bricks.  You will tour its exquisite interior, featuring remarkable Veit Stoss pentaptych.  Another must see is the Wawel Royal Castle with its  “piano nobile”, the state apartments, on the top floor.  The castle’s second floor contained private apartments of the royal family, whereas the court officials worked and lived downstairs. You can see many exquisite interiors of the Royal Castle complete with beautiful period furniture and world-class objects of art. Some exhibits prove absolutely unique by any standards.  Your sightseeing will also bring you to Europe’s oldest university – the Jagiellonian University.  Learn about its long and grand history of how King Vladislav II Jagiello bought the building using the funds his late wife had earmarked for the renewal of Krakow’s alma mater. 

DAY 09 : KRAKOW / SLOVAKIA / BUDAPEST                         (Breakfast/Dinner)

Drive south passing by the Tatra Mountains and cross the border to Slovakia.  After its break up of Czechoslovakia, this independent state has grown from strength to strength.  Known as Europe’s most castellated country, Slovakia is a bastion of untrammelled wilderness with some of the continent’s densest forest coverage.  See the changing landscapes with dramatic fortress and craggy mountains as you cross the country before proceeding to Hungary and arrive at Budapest, the capital city.

 

DAY 10 : BUDAPEST / VIENNA                    (Breakfast/Dinner)

Sometimes described as the "Little Paris of Middle Europe", Budapest is known not only for the monuments reflecting its 1,000-year-old culture, but also for the relics of others who settled here. Remains from both Roman occupation and much later ruled by the Turks can still be seen in the city.  The capital has two sides, Buda and Pest, stretching along the banks of the Danube, representing two different characters of the city.  Visit the 13th century Matthias Church along Trinity Square, in the heart of the Castle District, and was Buda's first parish church.  Many of Hungary's kings were coronated here and the church is home to important tombs and ecclesiastical treasures.  Located right behind the church is Fisherman’s Bastion, an ornate viewing platform offering panoramic views of the city.  Made up of seven towers - each one symbolizing one of the seven Magyar tribes, the structure looks straight out of some fairy-tale and conjures up thoughts of Cinderella or Sleeping Beauty.  Later, make your way to Vienna, the capital city of Austria, known for its artistic and intellectual legacy shaped by its famous residents like Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud.

 

DAY 11 : VIENNA              (Breakfast/Lunch)

Once the centre of the powerful Habsburg monarchy, Vienna is an elegant capital city packed with imperial history.  The city is also regarded as the ‘City of Music’ partly due to the vast number of great composers and musicians who were born or lived and worked here like Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, Beethoven and Johann StraussYou can feel grandeur everywhere in Vienna.  See the opulent Schonbrunn Palace, a former summer residence of the imperial family.  The rooms are mostly decorated in Rococo style while most of the walls and ceilings are covered with white-lacquered surfaces with ornamentation covered with gold leaf.  Bohemian crystal chandeliers and white porcelain tile stoves are also part of the harmonious design.  You will also get to view the Hofburg Palace, where part of the palace forms the official residence and workplace of the President of Austria. See St Stephen’s Cathedral, the symbol of Vienna and the most important Gothic structures in Austria.  On its roof are colourful roof tiles which were laid to create the Royal and Imperial double-headed eagle and the coat of arms of the city of Vienna.  Other highlights include the State Opera House and the Parliament Building.   There will be time to shop at Parndorf Designer Factory Outlet for branded items at marked down prices. (Sundays closed)

 

DAY 12 : VIENNA / SINGAPORE                  (Breakfast)

Bid farewell to Vienna and make your way to the airport for your flight home.

 

DAY 13 : ARRIVE SINGAPORE                      (Meals on Board)

Arrive Singapore with wonderful memories of a memorable holiday to Eastern Europe with Jun-Air.

 

Minimum group size : 15

A minimum group size is required to confirm the departure.  If the group falls below the minimum group size, we will endeavor to offer customers an alternative tour.  In the event if alternative arrangement is not acceptable, Jun-Air Pte Ltd shall reserve the right to cancel the tour and refund the deposit paid.  Jun-Air shall not be held responsible for any further monies claims whatsoever.

Booking Terms and Conditions apply.

 

   


Terms & Conditions


Passengers are deemed to have read, understood & accepted the following conditions. The Organiser shall be known as “The Company” in the conditions below.

RESERVATIONS & DEPOSIT

A full deposit of S$500 per person is required to confirm your reservation. If the tour fare is below S$1,000, a non-refundable deposit of S$500 per person is required.

The company does not recognize any deposit as constituting confirmation of tours, travel arrangements or tickets.

Online Booking of Group and Free and Easy Packages

For online reservation of packages made via our website, a partial deposit of S$100 is required to make a booking. The balance deposit of S$400 can be made in our office within 3 days after your online reservation. The balance deposit can be made by cash, cheque or NETS.

Online Booking of Air Tickets

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BALANCE PAYMENT

Group Packages

Balance payment is to be paid in full one month prior to departure. Failure to comply with this may result in an automatic cancellation of reservation and a forfeiture of deposit. In this instance, the cancellation fee as stated below is payable by the Customer.

 

Free and Easy Packages

Full payment is required upon confirmation of air reservation and land arrangement before issuance of travel documents. Any booking that is not confirmed within the airlines’ required dateline, seats will be auto-cancelled by airlines unless tickets are being issued. Please note that during important events, festivals, conferences and fair periods, there will be surcharges levied by accommodation properties. We will advise you of any increase in tour prices when you book your package. Passengers are expected to pay the difference or have the option to change to another preferred choice of accommodation (provided there is also no surcharge being levied)

 

CREDIT CARD / CHARGE CARD

For payment made through credit card, charge card or NETS an administrative fee is chargeable. We strongly advise you to make your payment in cash or cheque. In cases of credit card payments, refunds (if applicable) will be made through the credit card company.

CANCELLATION

Cancellation of booking must be made in writing to avoid misunderstanding. The following charges will apply accordingly:

Days of Notice All Package Tour Special Condition

Prior to departure excluding weekend / PH Tours on promo/Special

15 days and above S$500 Fares are subject to

08-14 days before departure 50% of tour fare or S$500 separate Land &

04-07 days before departure 75% of tour fare or S$500 Ticketing Conditions

03 days or less 100% of tour fare

Whichever is higher

*Full cancellation applies for promotional packages/air tickets/budget air tickets/tours on chartered flights

*No cancellation/amendment is allowed for booking made during NATAS Travel Fair

*Non-refundable for departures on Eve Public Holidays

For Cruise packages:-

Amendment/Cancellation fee is subject to cruises Terms & Condition

For Air Tickets:-

a) Cancellation/Amendment of name or flight or date before flight departures, S$150 per name will be imposed and passengers must pay any application fare difference that might be incurred.

b) Non-refundable/amount as per airline stipulated conditions and administrative fee will be imposed by airlines

c) 100% of ticket fare imposed for no show charges

Upon the company receiving the written notice of cancellation and in accordance with the terms and conditions stipulated, the Customer shall receive the refund.

AMENDMENTS

For each amendment made after a booking has been confirmed, an amendment fee of S$50 per person will be charged. For any changes in the departure date or tour type, cancellation charges apply as spelt out under the section on Cancellation.

REFUNDS ON TOUR PACKAGES

Tour members should be aware that The Company is acting as an agent for the service suppliers. After a deposit or full payment is made, all arrangements are still subject to confirmation. When the arrangement cannot be confirmed, The Company will endeavor to notify passenger at least 14 days before departure and a refund of payment of tour fare will be made if the tour is cancelled. The Company shall not be liable for any further responsibilities. No refund or exchange can be made in respect of accommodation, meals, sightseeing tours, admission fees, special shows, and/or other services which are included in the tour fare but are not utilized by the client.

TOUR FARE INCLUDES (GROUP TOURS ONLY)

Return economy class group tour air tickets

Return airport transfers (airport/hotel/airport)

Hotel accommodation on twin-share or triple-share basis

When booking triple-share rooms please note that the third bed maybe a ‘roll-away’ bed

Single room occupancy is at additional cost

All meals are as specified in the itinerary. If the selected carrier’s flight time does not allow for certain meals to be taken, there shall not be any refund for meals not consumed

Baggage allowance as per allocated by the respective airlines

TOUR FARE EXCLUDES

Visa fees

Airport taxes, excess baggage charges, meals, beverages, room services & incidentals or any others not listed in the itinerary

Gratuities to driver, tour guides or tour leader

Tour prices are based on current airfares, services prices, government tax and exchange rates, applicable at the time of print or quotation and are subject to change with or without prior notice.

CHILD FARE

Eligibility: Below 12 years (at the time of departure) – Child fare is based on sharing a room with two adults. There will be an additional cost for child sharing one room with an adult.

ACCOMMODATION

In the event the accommodation booked or requested is not available, every effort will be made for an alternative accommodation of similar standard.

SPECIAL REQUEST

If there are any requests regarding special meals, dietary requirement, adjourning rooms and so on, please inform The Company when booking. Such requests are subject to confirmation and availability.

TRAVEL DOCUMENTS

It is passenger’s responsibility to ensure that their travel documents and the necessary visas are in order. Passengers must have an international passport or other recognized travel documents, which should be valid for at least six months from the date of departure from the last destination of your itinerary. Passengers must have the necessary visas, vaccination and health certificate as required by the various Government authorities of the countries to be visited.

The Company cannot be held responsible for any expenses, reimbursement or refund of any tour prices if passenger is refused entry by any country on the tour for whatever reasons, including lack of necessary visas.

SEAT ROTATION

For the convenience of all members of the group, passengers are requested to rotate their seating arrangements on the coach during the period of the tour. Please cooperate when called upon to do so by the tour leader / guide.

TRAVEL INSURANCE

Passengers are strongly recommended to purchase travel insurance with respect to such areas as trip cancellation, personal baggage, personal accident, injury & illness. Under no circumstances is The Company to be construed as a carrier under contract for safe carriage of passenger or his / her baggage & belonging. Our staff will be pleased to assist in the enquiries of any travel insurance.

EXTENSION OF STAY/DEVIATION

Extension of stay/deviation may be permitted at the end of tour, subject to maximum validity and restrictions of air tickets, seat-confirmation and availability of hotels prior to commencement of tour. It is the passenger’s responsibility to hold firm confirmation for their return flight. When extension if stay/deviation cannot be confirmed three weeks prior to the group’s departure date, passenger is deemed to be taking the original tour schedule. In the event that the original arrangement has been changed by The Company during the process, any extra cost will be borne by the passenger.

Extension of stay/deviation will be at passengers own expenses & transfer to airport will not be provided.

The air ticket issued is a special ticket, restricted to a specific airline only. It is non-negotiable, non-endorsable, non-reissuable, non-refundable & non-reroutable. Any alteration in routing or dates by passengers is solely at his / her own risk. The Company and its associated agents shall not be held responsible for any inconvenience caused and extra expense incurred. No refund will be made for any unused air ticket, accommodation, meals, or sightseeing in part or full.

RESPONSIBILITY

Jun-Air Travel Pte Ltd and its associates act only as an agent for the transportation companies, hotels & other principals for the tour programmes. They accept no responsibilities for injuries, damage, accident, loss delay, theft, quarantine, customs regulation, strike, changes in itinerary, deportation or refusal of entry by immigration authorities resulting from improper travel documents, possession of unlawful items or irregularities that may be caused to person or property. Any losses & expenses are the responsibility of the passenger. The Company reserves the right to alter itineraries, travel arrangement, hotel reservation, etc. If is necessary or in the case of force majeure. The Company reserves the right to cancel any tour prior to date of departure for any reason, including insufficient number of participants. Should this happen the entire payment shall be refunded without further obligations on the part of The Company. The Company will recommend alternative tour, preferably to the same destination or other destinations. Should passenger decide not to accept the alternatives, all monies paid shall be refunded in full by The Company without further obligations.

The Company also reserves the right to require any individual to withdraw from the tour if deemed his/her act of conduct is detrimental to or incompatible with the interest, harmony & welfare of other passengers and the tour as a whole. The Company shall be under no further liability thereafter to any such person. No tour leaders / guides or other employees or agents of The Company are authorized to commit The Company to any liability whatsoever and The Company will not be bound by any statement or representation unless in writing and signed by a management executive of The Company. The Company reserves the right to take photographs & films of passengers while on tour with The Company to be used for brochures advertising or publicity material without obtaining any further consent from passenger.

COMPLAINTS / CLAIMS

Any complaints/claims have to be made in writing within 14 days from the date of return. No responsibility is accepted in respect of any complaints/claims, which are made after 14 days of return.

GOVERNMENT LAW

The laws of the Republic of Singapore shall govern this Agreement and the parties expressly submit themselves to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Singapore.


Minimum Group Size: 15
Travel Period:
July to January 2021
Preferred Tour Date:  13 Days Tour
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