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Enjoy the pleasures of medieval Krakow, Budapest and Prague from narrow alleyways to magnificent castles.Join with singles and solo travelers of today and see this land as it once was, and encounter the history makers who still live in these places.Latest issue: Future labour market challenges: digitalisation and Brexit, No 1, 2017 Special issue: An Elusive Target: The EU Perspective of the Western Balkans.

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Immerse yourself in Eastern European history and have fun on this unique singles vacation.

This morning, our guided walking tour will take us to the pedestrian street, Prikopy, to view the Powder Tower and next to it, the Municipal House, the masterpeace of Art Nouveau Style.

In Celetna Street, discover the house, At Black Madona“ and not faraway, the Estate Theatre where Amadeus Mozart gave his premiere.

See exhibits in surviving prison blocks, the gas chamber and the crematorium.

Next we visit the larger Auschwitz II, better known as Birkenau.The Ghetto, dates back to the 13th century and presents us with the opportunity to see a little of what life was like for Jews of that era. After time for lunch in the Castle area, we will visit the „Lesser Town“ and then walk over the Charles bridge to the Old Town Square.Six synagogues still stand in addition to the historic Jewish Town Hall and the Old Jewish Cemetery, considered one of the most remarkable burial grounds of its kind in Europe. The remainder of the afternoon is free for shopping and exploration around the old town.Option tour () to visit the Jewish Museum including: Meisel, Klaus, Pinkas, Spanish Synagogues and the Jewish cemetery.Then we will visit the Old-New Synagogue, the oldest site of Prague’s Jewish Town and the oldest extant synagogue in Europe.The unique atmosphere of the beautiful and mysterious streets of the Old Town still exist in The Market Square, center of the Old Town, one of the biggest in Europe, is a reminder of the power and wealth of medieval Krakow, Saint Mary's Church, dating back to the year 1221, boasts the precious 15th century Witt Stwosz altar.

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