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Graces of Eastern Europe

with extension to russia

TO ADD

US$ 119.00 – Approximate taxes on ticket (return Sydney) / US$90.00 (return Manila)
US$ 200.00 – Mandatory tips for drivers and guides
US$ 120.00 – Mandatory travel insurance (for Philippine passport holders / AUS should secure from country or origin)
PHP 9,000.00 – Schengen visa fee with assistance (for Philippine Passport holder)
PHP 9,650.00 – Russia visas with assistance (for Philippine passport holders)

GRACES OF EASTERN EUROPE

Tour Cost:

will run on guaranteed 20 full paying pax

USD $ 6,390 /pax*

USD $ 5,840 /pax**

May 13 to June 2, 2019

With Fr. Artemio Fabros, Pilgrimage Chaplain

INCLUSIONS

  • Roundtrip economy class airfare on QATAR AIRWAYS
  • Roundtrip transfers
  • First class hotel accommodations
  • Half board meals (breakfast and dinner)
  • Tours as specified in the itinerary
  • Motor coach by a deluxe air-conditioned bus
  • One-way ticket from Vienna to Moscow via Aeroflot airline
  • One way domestic ticket from Moscow to St. Petersburg
  • English speaking local guide
  • Services of a Filipino tour escort
  • Pre-departure briefing w/ Ephesus travel bag and travel kit

*Return SYDNEY

**Return MANILA

ITINERARY

DAY 01/ MAY 13: SYDNEY or MANILA / DOHA
Depart In the evening and enjoy superb in-flight services via the 5-star carrier Qatar Airways.

DAY 02 / MAY 14: DOHA/FRANKFURT
Arrive Doha and take connecting flight to Frankfurt. Upon arrival in Frankfurt and after airport formalities, meet your tour director and have city orientation. Transfer to hotel for check in. Dinner and overnight. (D)

DAY 03 / MAY 15: FRANKFURT / DRESDEN / PRAGUE
After breakfast drive to Dresden the former capital of Saxony on the Elbe River. Our local guide will show you the city known as the “Florence of the Elbe.” The historic centre of the city on the River Elbe will be explored on foot – from the Zwinger and the Semper Opera House to the Royal Palace, which is under reconstruction, on to the Frauenkirche and to Brühl’s Terrace. Badly damaged by the allied bombing in February 1945, the city has since been restored to its former Baroque splendour. We cross the mighty river Elbe this morning to visit Wittenberg. Here, in 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Schlosskirche and set the Reformation in motion, now Luther himself lies buried in the same church. After visit continue to Czech Republic (B, D)

DAY 04 / MAY 16: PRAGUE
After breakfast, enjoy the city of Prague which has a wealth of Gothic and baroque architecture that perhaps inspired Dvorak and Smetana, both Prague composers. The included half day guided sightseeing features landmarks such as the National Theatre, Belvedere, Charles Bridge, and the old Town Hall with the Astronomical Clock. Visit St. Vitus Cathedral with its grand chapel studded with semi-precious stones, the Basilica of St. George and the Church of Our Lady of Victorious where the Image of the Infant Jesus (Sto. Nino de Praga) is enshrined. Remainder of the day at leisure. Dinner and overnight in Prague. (B, D)

DAY 05 / MAY 17: PRAGUE / CZESTOCHOWA
Depart this morning to Jasna Gora Sanctuary in Czestochowa, home to the cherished miraculous icon of Our Lady with the Child Jesus, an object of veneration for centuries (also known as the Black Madonna). Attracting more than five million pilgrims every year, Our Lady of Czestochowa is recognized as one of the most visited places of Christian pilgrimage in the world. This morning we will celebrate a private Mass before the image here in the ancient chapel. Later we will tour the Basilica, Treasury, Museum and Knights Hall. (B, D)

DAY 06 / MAY 18: CZESTOCHOWA / AUSCHWITZ / WADOWICE / KRAKOW
Departing Czestochowa this morning we journey south and enter on a prayerful encounter to Auschwitz where we mourn the millions of people who were put to death in this, the biggest concentration camp of Hitler’s Nazism. Bl. Pope John Paul II has termed this place the Golgotha of the modern world. We pray in the martyrdom bunker of St Maximilian Kolbe and view his cell while reflecting upon his selfless courage. Continue to Wadowice, the birthplace of Karol Wojtyla (the late Pope John Paul II) where we enter his family house and even the grounds where he used to play Football! The central point of the town is the market square with its Parish Church, and the famous Baptismal basin where Karol was baptized. Next to the church we find the Pope’s birthplace and the nearby Museum encompassing the former home of the Wojtyla family. En route to Krakow we visit the celebrated Marian site of Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, which remains the favourite boyhood shrine of Bl. Pope John Paul II. Krakow overnight (B, D)

DAY 07 /  MAY 19: KRAKOW
Here in Krakow we bask in the two-fold grace of Divine Mercy and Bl. John Paul II who served as the city’s Archbishop. Today we will enter the Wawel Cathedral where in the crypt below Fr Karol was ordained in 1946 and celebrated his first Mass. View St. Florians Church where the young Karol developed a flourishing underground youth ministry at great risk. . Continue visit to the Shrine of the Divine Mercy in Kraków-Łagiewniki which stands the chapel where the miraculous image of Merciful Jesus and the tomb of St. Faustina are to be found. Have our Divine Mercy mass celebration. Travel on to St Mary’s Church, University and Market Square to experience one of the most beautiful medieval city centers in Europe. Time permitting, visit Wielicka Salt Mine, considered as a UNESCO Heritage site, attractions include dozens of statues and four chapels carved out of the rock salt by the miners.. Dinner & overnight. (B, D)

DAY 08 / MAY 20: KRAKOW / BRATISLAVA / BUDAPEST
Depart south this morning towards Bratislava and enjoy a short city orientation and have our lunch. We cross into the Slovak Republic, through magnificent alpine landscape into Hungary and en route to the beautiful city of Budapest. Situated on the opposite banks of the Danube, the former cities of Buda and Pest are linked by a series of graceful bridges. Enjoy a panoramic view of the sprawling city below from Fisherman’s Bastion located on Castle Hill. You’ll also see the 13th century Matthias Coronation Church and the Citadel on Mount Gellert. Budapest overnight (B, D)

DAY 09 / MAY 21: BUDAPEST / ZAGREB
After breakfast, we depart to Zagreb. Upon arrival, continue city tour of the capital of Croatia, featuring Upper Town and Down Town. The Upper Town is Zagreb’s historical center which comprises Church of St. Mark with the famed multi-colored roof, the Parliament building (Sabor), the Stone Gate, Cathedral. Down Town is business and cultural center of Zagreb with its main square of Ban Josip Jelacic, the Croatian National Theatre and University. Dinner and overnight. (B, D)

DAY 10 / MAY 22: ZAGREB / DUBROVNIK
Depart Zagreb for Dubrovnik. The walls of Dubrovnik girdle a perfectly preserved complex of public and private, sacral and secular buildings representing all periods of the city’s history. Particular mention should be made of the city’s main street, Stradun, the Rector’s Palace, the church of St. Vlaho, the Cathedral, three large monasteries, and the City Hall. Dinner and overnight. (B, D)

DAY 11 / MAY 23: DUBROVNIK / MONTENEGRO
Departure on a full-day excursion to Montenegro. Panoramic drive through Perast to Kotor, one of the best preserved mediaeval cities, surrounded by walls. Sightseeing tour of the lovely Romanesque cathedral of St Trifone from the 12th century. Continue along the old Austro-Hungarian road and Lovcen, which offers spectacular views over the gulf of Boka Kotarska to Cetinje, a treasury of the Montenegrin cultural and religious life. A visit to the castle of the last Montenegrin king Nikola I Petrovic and the museum which holds the best-preserved weapon collection in the Balkan. After sightseeing, the group will continue to Budva, the Montenegrin tourism metropolis. Tour through the Old Town with its unique architecture, narrow streets, shops and small churches that have not changed through history. Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik. (B ,D)

DAY 12 / MAY 24: DUBROVNIK / MEDJUOGORJE

Depart for Medjugorje. Throughout your time in this special place of “prayer and Reflection” experience the beauty and peace of this simple village. During your stay you will have the opportunity to share faith with pilgrims from all over the world. Here are some of the activities you’ll be sharing with our fellow pilgrims: 10am we assemble at St. James Church for the English-language Mass. Follow the path up Apparition Hill (Podbrdo) where the visionaries first encountered Our Lady. Touch and pray before the cross that commemorates the spot where our Blessed Mother, Our Lady Queen of Peace first appeared to the visionaries. At 5:00 pm or 6:00 pm daylight savings time, we will join the villagers and pilgrims in the Rosary. Our Lady comes to the visionaries wherever they may be at 6:40pm daylight savings time, you may then stay on for the Croatian Mass. We will have the opportunity to climb Mt Krizevac, where in 1933 the villagers built a 30′ high cross on the anniversary of Jesus’ crucifixion. Visit and pray at “Blue Cross”, which is a place of great healings and graces- a very special place at the base of Apparition Hill. Dinner and overnight(B,D)

DAY 13 / MAY 25: MEDJUOGRJE/LJUBLJANA-BLED
Today travel to Slovenia and enjoy a local tour of Ljubljana, including a ride on a funicular to visit the castle and view the famous Triple Bridge. We depart for Bled, and enjoy the scenery as we travel west. Upon arrival in Bled we take a boat ride to the Island in the middle of Lake Bled and visit the Church of the Assumption. We then take a private tour of Bled Castle, one of the most visited tourist attractions in Slovenia, built on top of a 130 meter cliff overlooking Lake Bled. Return to Ljubljana for dinner and overnight. (B, D)

DAY 14 / MAY 26: LJUBLJANA / VIENNA-MOSCOW
Enjoy your breakfast and drive to the wonderful city of Vienna with visits to St. Stephen Cathedral and Our Lady of Bowed Head. Have our Thanksgiving mass. After late lunch, continue visit to Schönbrunn Palace, the official summer residence in modern Vienna. Prepare transfer to airport for onward flight to Moscow. Arrival from Vienna to Moscow at 2315 via flight SU2353. Meeting with guide. Transfer to the hotel.

Day 15 / MAY 27: MOSCOW
Breakfast at the hotel. Meet with guide. Pick up at the hotel at 11 00 AM. Ready for our group’s City tour which includes all the main highlights of the Russian capital. You will see St. Basil cathedral, the State Historical Museum, the grandiose Cathedral of Christ the Savior; New Maiden Convent with its cemetery where the most celebrated people are buried. You will be shown the panoramic view of all Moscow at Sparrow Hills, Poklonnaya Hill, Kutuzosky Avenue and the New Arbat Street. dinner and overnight.

Day 16 / MAY 28: MOSCOW
After breakfast, meet the guide and enjoy an excursion to the Moscow Kremlin. Territory + the Kremlin Cathedrals. The Moscow Kremlin + Armoury – the unique State Historical and Cultural Museum-Preserve. The Kremlin has always been the administrative center of Russia, and it still remains. Lunch enroute. In the afternoon visit St. Basils Cathedral. The Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed commonly known as Saint Basil’s Cathedral, is a church in Red Square in Moscow. The building, now a museum, is officially known as the Cathedral of the Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos on the Moat. It was the city’s tallest building until the completion of the Ivan the Great Bell Tower in 1600. Continue to the Old Arbat Street & Moscow Metro. The Old Arbat Street (a walking tour) is a peculiar area of many small streets and lanes with beautiful 18th and 19th century mansions, museums and shops. Free time for shopping in the Old Arbat Street. The beauty of Moscow Metro is well known all over the world – made from the marble and granite each station is the grandiose monument itself, not only the member of the largest in the world underground system. During the tour you will watch the architectural achievements of the Soviet Époque on the spot! When you are at Moscow underground, you will find out by yourself why it is called a live-museum or palace rather than a transportation system. Visiting all differently beautiful metro stations on your way, you will also have a sneak peek at one of Stalin’s skyscrapers – tallest buildings in Moscow in the times of USSR ordered by Stalin himself. Dinner and overnight.

Day 17 / MAY 29: MOSCOW-ST. PETERSBURG
Breakfast and prepare for transfer to the airport. Departure to SPB at 1130 flight via FLIGHT: SU 16 SVO LED 1130 1250. Arrival in SPB at 1250.
Proceed for LUNCH, then start with our Sightseeing tour which includes all the main highlights of the Russian “Northern Capital” such as St. Isaac’s Square, Dvortsovaya Square, Nevsky Prospect, Palace Square, Avrora, Peter and Paul Fortress, etc. This city is called in different ways – Northern Venice, North Palmira, North Aurora. But none of these names can fully express elegance, unique charm and originality of St.Petersburg. Next is an excursion to Peter and Paul Fortress. Peter and Paul fortress can be called the cradle of the city. This day is considered to be the day of foundation of St.Petersburg. The architectural centre of the city is the first cathedral of the city: St. Peter and Paul Cathedral. It is also the burial place of all Russian Emperors starting from Peter the Great. Lunch enroute. Then see St. Isaac’s Cathedral with a colonnade in the evening. Saint Isaac’s Cathedral or Isaakievskiy Sobor (is the largest Russian Orthodox cathedral in the city. It is the largest orthodox basilica and the fourth largest (by the volume under the cupola) cathedral in the world. It is dedicated to Saint Isaac of Dalmatia, a patron saint of Peter the Great, who had been born on the feast day of that saint. Dinner and overnight at Hotel

Day 18 / MAY 30: ST. PETERSBURG
After breakfast, have our excursion program for the day starting with the Hermitage. The State Hermitage Museum occupies five magnificent buildings along the Neva River Embankment in the very center of St.Petersburg. It ranks among the best museums of West European art in the world such as the Louvre in Paris, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the National Gallery and the British Museum in London and Prado in Madrid. It numbers about 3 million items, including masterpieces by outstanding artists, embracing the period from the Stone Age to modern times. Today enjoy a cruise by river and canals then have some free time for shopping. Dinner (Local Restaurant) at enjoy a night sightseeing tour with bridges.

Day 19 / MAY 31: ST. PETERSBURG- DEPARTURE
Breakfast then prepare for Check out. Today’s tour is a visit to Peterhof. Peterhof is a series of palaces and gardens located in the suburb of St.Petersburg. A world-famous palace, fountain and park ensemble of Peterhof is an outstanding landmark of the Russian artistic culture of the 18-19th centuries. Lunch enroute and prepare transfer to airport for flight back home.

Day 20 / JUNE 01: DOHA-MANILA
Arrive Doha in the morning and take connecting flight back Manila or Sydney. Home sweet home!

Day 21 / JUNE 02: ARRIVE SYDNEY
Arrival Sydney this morning at ETA 0640

TO ADD

US$ 136.00 – Approximate taxes on ticket (return Sydney) / US$129.00 (return Manila)
US$ 130.00 – Mandatory tips for drivers and guides
US$ 120.00 – Mandatory travel insurance (for Philippine passport holders/ AUS should secure from country or origin)
PHP 9, 000.00 – Schengen visa fee with assistance (for Philippine Passport holder)

GRACES OF EASTERN EUROPE

Tour Cost:

will run on guaranteed 20 full paying pax

USD $ 4,580 /pax*

USD $ 3,990 /pax**

October 12 to 27, 2019

INCLUSIONS

  • Roundtrip economy class airfare
  • Roundtrip transfers
  • First class hotel accommodations
  • Half board meals (breakfast and dinner)
  • Tours as specified in the itinerary
  • Motor coach by a deluxe air-conditioned bus
  • English speaking local guide
  • Services of a Filipino tour escort
  • Pre departure briefing w/ Ephesus travel bag and travel kit

*Return SYDNEY

**Return MANILA

ITINERARY

DAY 01 / OCTOBER 12: SYDNEY / DOHA 
Depart In the evening and enjoy superb in-flight services via the 5-star carrier Qatar Airways.

DAY 02 / OCTOBER 13: DOHA / FRANKFURT
Arrive Doha and take connecting flight to Frankfurt. Upon arrival in Frankfurt and after airport formalities, meet your tour director and have city orientation. Transfer to hotel for check in. Dinner and overnight. (D)

DAY 03 / OCTOBER 14: FRANKFURT / DRESDEN / PRAGUE
After breakfast drive to Dresden the former capital of Saxony on the Elbe River. Our local guide will show you the city known as the “Florence of the Elbe.” The historic centre of the city on the River Elbe will be explored on foot – from the Zwinger and the Semper Opera House to the Royal Palace, which is under reconstruction, on to the Frauenkirche and to Brühl’s Terrace. Badly damaged by the allied bombing in February 1945, the city has since been restored to its former Baroque splendour. We cross the mighty river Elbe this morning to visit Wittenberg. Here, in 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Schlosskirche and set the Reformation in motion, now Luther himself lies buried in the same church. After visit continue to Czech Republic (B, D)

DAY 04 / OCTOBER 15: PRAGUE
After breakfast, enjoy the city of Prague which has a wealth of Gothic and baroque architecture that perhaps inspired Dvorak and Smetana, both Prague composers. The included half day guided sightseeing features landmarks such as the National Theatre, Belvedere, Charles Bridge, and the old Town Hall with the Astronomical Clock. Visit St. Vitus Cathedral with its grand chapel studded with semi-precious stones, the Basilica of St. George and the Church of Our Lady of Victorious where the Image of the Infant Jesus (Sto. Nino de Praga) is enshrined. Remainder of the day at leisure. Dinner and overnight in Prague. (B, D)

DAY 05 / OCTOBER 16: PRAGUE/  CZESTOCHOWA
Depart this morning to Jasna Gora Sanctuary in Czestochowa, home to the cherished miraculous icon of Our Lady with the Child Jesus, an object of veneration for centuries (also known as the Black Madonna). Attracting more than five million pilgrims every year, Our Lady of Czestochowa is recognized as one of the most visited places of Christian pilgrimage in the world. This morning we will celebrate a private Mass before the image here in the ancient chapel. Later we will tour the Basilica, Treasury, Museum and Knights Hall. (B, D)

DAY 06 / OCTOBER 17: CZESTOCHOWA / AUSCHWITZ / WADOWICE / KRAKOW
Departing Czestochowa this morning we journey south and enter on a prayerful encounter to Auschwitz where we mourn the millions of people who were put to death in this, the biggest concentration camp of Hitler’s Nazism. Bl. Pope John Paul II has termed this place the Golgotha of the modern world. We pray in the martyrdom bunker of St Maximilian Kolbe and view his cell while reflecting upon his selfless courage. Continue to Wadowice, the birthplace of Karol Wojtyla (the late Pope John Paul II) where we enter his family house and even the grounds where he used to play Football! The central point of the town is the market square with its Parish Church, and the famous Baptismal basin where Karol was baptized. Next to the church we find the Pope’s birthplace and the nearby Museum encompassing the former home of the Wojtyla family. En route to Krakow we visit the celebrated Marian site of Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, which remains the favourite boyhood shrine of Bl. Pope John Paul II. Krakow overnight (B, D)

DAY 07 / OCTOBER 18: KRAKOW
Here in Krakow we bask in the two-fold grace of Divine Mercy and Bl. John Paul II who served as the city’s Archbishop. Today we will enter the Wawel Cathedral where in the crypt below Fr Karol was ordained in 1946 and celebrated his first Mass. View St. Florians Church where the young Karol developed a flourishing underground youth ministry at great risk. . Continue visit to the Shrine of the Divine Mercy in Kraków-Łagiewniki which stands the chapel where the miraculous image of Merciful Jesus and the tomb of St. Faustina are to be found. Have our Divine Mercy mass celebration. Travel on to St Mary’s Church, University and Market Square to experience one of the most beautiful medieval city centers in Europe. Time permitting, visit Wielicka Salt Mine, considered as a UNESCO Heritage site, attractions include dozens of statues and four chapels carved out of the rock salt by the miners. The older sculptures have been supplemented with new carvings made by contemporary artists. Dinner & overnight. (B, D)

DAY 08 / OCTOBER 19: KRAKOW / BRATISLAVA / BUDAPEST
Depart south this morning towards Bratislava and enjoy a short orientation tour of the city and have lunch. We cross into the Slovak Republic, through magnificent alpine landscape into Hungary and en route to the beautiful city of Budapest. Situated on the opposite banks of the Danube, the former cities of Buda and Pest are linked by a series of graceful bridges. Enjoy a panoramic view of the sprawling city below from Fisherman’s Bastion located on Castle Hill. You’ll also see the 13th century Matthias Coronation Church and the Citadel on Mount Gellert. Budapest overnight (B, D)

DAY 09 / OCTOBER 20: BUDAPEST / ZAGREB
This morning after breakfast to your hotel we depart to Zagreb. Upon arrival, continue city tour of the capital of Croatia, featuring Upper Town and Down Town. The Upper Town is Zagreb’s historical center which comprises Church of St. Mark with the famed multi-colored roof, the Parliament building (Sabor), the Stone Gate, Cathedral. Down Town is business and cultural center of Zagreb with its main square of bany6t Josip Jelacic, the Croatian National Theatre and University. Dinner and overnight. (B, D)

DAY 10 / OCTOBER 21: ZAGREB / DUBROVNIK
Depart Zagreb for Dubrovnik. The walls of Dubrovnik girdle a perfectly preserved complex of public and private, sacral and secular buildings representing all periods of the city’s history, beginning with its founding in the 7th century. Particular mention should be made of the city’s main street, Stradun, the Rector’s Palace, the church of St. Vlaho, the Cathedral, three large monasteries, and the City Hall. The Republic of Dubrovnik was the centre of a separate political and territorial entity, and was proud of its culture, its achievements in commerce and especially of its freedom, preserved down so many tempestuous centuries. Dinner and overnight. (B, D)

DAY 11 / OCTOBER 22: DUBROVNIK / MONTENEGRO
Departure on a full-day excursion to Montenegro. Panoramic drive through Perast to Kotor, one of the best preserved mediaeval cities, surrounded by walls. Sightseeing tour of the lovely Romanesque cathedral of St Trifone from the 12th century. Continue along the old Austro-Hungarian road and Lovcen, which offers spectacular views over the gulf of Boka Kotarska to Cetinje, a city founded at the end of the 15th century and a treasury of the Montenegrin cultural and religious life. A visit to the castle of the last Montenegrin king Nikola I Petrovic and the museum which holds the best-preserved weapon collection in the Balkan. After sightseeing, the group will continue to Budva, the Montenegrin tourism metropolis. Tour through the Old Town with its unique architecture, narrow streets, shops and small churches that have not changed through history. Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik. (B ,D)

DAY 12 / OCTOBER 23: DUBROVNIK / MEDJUOGORJE
Depart for Medjugorje. Throughout your time in this special place of “prayer and Reflection” experience the beauty and peace of this simple village. During your stay you will have the opportunity to share faith with pilgrims from all over the world. Our local guide will accompany us throughout our stay. Here are some of the activities you’ll be sharing with our fellow pilgrims: Each morning at 10am we assemble at St. James Church for the English-language Mass (Feast days and Sundays English Mass is at Noon). Follow the path up Apparition Hill (Podbrdo) where the visionaries first encountered Our Lady. Touch and pray before the cross that commemorates the spot where our Blessed Mother, Our Lady Queen of Peace first appeared to the visionaries. Each evening at 5:00 pm or 6:00 pm daylight savings time, we will join the villagers and pilgrims in the the Rosary. Our Lady comes to the visionaries wherever they may be at 6:40pm daylight savings time, you may then stay on for the Croatian Mass. Don’t miss on Tuesdays and Saturdays Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and on Fridays Veneration of the Cross in the Church. Each evening after the Croatian Mass, there is the Blessing of the Sick and blessing of the holy items you have with you. Our guide will arrange meetings with the visionaries at their own homes provided that they are in Medjugorje during your trip, and pending their availability. We will have the opportunity to climb Mt Krizevac, where in 1933 the villagers built a 30′ high cross on the anniversary of Jesus’ crucifixion. Visit and pray at “Blue Cross”, which is a place of great healings and graces- a very special place at the base of Apparition Hill. Dinner and overnight. (B, D)

DAY 13 / OCTOBER 24: MEDJUOGRJE / LJUBLJANA-BLED
Today travel to Slovenia and enjoy a local tour of Ljubljana, including a ride on a funicular to visit the castle and view the famous Triple Bridge. We depart for Bled, and enjoy the scenery as we travel west. Upon arrival in Bled we take a boat ride to the Island in the middle of Lake Bled and visit the Church of the Assumption. We then take a private tour of Bled Castle, one of the most visited tourist attractions in Slovenia, built on top of a 130 meter cliff overlooking Lake Bled. Return to Ljubljana for dinner and overnight. (B, D)

DAY 14 / OCTOBER 25: LJUBLJANA / VIENNA /  DOHA
Enjoy your breakfast and drive to the wonderful city of Vienna with visits to St. Stephen Cathedral and Our Lady of Bowed Head. Have our Thanksgiving mass. After late lunch, continue visit to Schönbrunn Palace, the official summer residence in modern Vienna. Remainder of the day to be spent on last minute shopping and dinner prior Transfer to the airport for evening flight back home

DAY 15 / OCTOBER 26: DOHA / SYDNEY
Arrive Doha in the morning and take connecting flight to Sydney.

DAY 16 / OCTOBER 27: ARRIVE SYDNEY
ETA at 0640

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