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Singles in Eastern Europe: Berlin, Prague, Vienna: March 19 - 29
WHEN: March 19 to March 29, 2009
WHERE: Berlin, Prague, Vienna
COST: $2,201.00 Prepaid
Join Real Live People Party singles this spring as we explore the most unique and interesting cities in Western Europe. A great opportunity to sightsee, meet other traveling singles from all over the US, make new friends and memories. A safe and comfortable hosted singles tour of Europe's treasures.
Berlin, Germany's capital city has a turbulent past. Berlin was successively the capital of the Kingdom of Prussia (1701-1918), the German Empire (1871-1918), the Weimar Republic (1919-1933) and the Third Reich(1933-1945). After World War II until the reunification in 1990 the city was divided into East and West Berlin by the Berlin wall. A lot has changed in Berlin since then, most of the city has been rebuilt or restored and there is some fascinating architecture, both old and new, standing side by side. Almost no other metropolis has experienced such frequent, radical change transforming the face of the city to what it is today.
Prague is the Czech Republic's capital and its international show piece. From magnificent Prague Castle to Wenceslas Square in the heart of the city, Prague rewards visitors with a diverse range of attractions, most situated within walking distance of each other. The Charles Bridge, flanked on either side by statues of monarchs and saints, serves as a timeless symbol of Prague's medieval history, while the Jewish quarter, adjacent to the old town square, is a constant reminder of the Nazi occupation during World War Two. In terms of sheer beauty and architectural excellence, Prague is undoubtedly one of Europe's most attractive capital cities. The history of the city is echoed within the walls of the numerous baroque and Renaissance buildings which characterize this splendid city.
Vienna is both Austria's capital and its prime tourist attraction. It's a city that encapsulates a lot of European history, and mirrors the great themes of empire building, war and reinventing itself for the modern age. This venerable past appeals to visitors who are treated to a modern city that has retained its traditions and customs.
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