Today is at leisure to further explore Prague or alternatively join the optional excursion to Kutna Hora.
Located in the central Bohemian region of the Czech Republic, this beautiful town's historic centre is, along with St Barbara's Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
This morning take a guided tour of the oncedivided German capital.
Your afternoon, and Day 9, is at leisure to explore Berlin at your own pace, perhaps visiting the famous Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag, or the Checkpoint Charlie Museum with its history of the Berlin Wall.
The rest of the day is at leisure ahead of dinner this evening.
Vienna has plenty to occupy you; perhaps visit the Mozarthaus, where legendary composer Mozart resided for a number of years.
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With its excellent proximity to local attractions, the Park Inn is the perfect spot from which to explore Berlin - or, indeed, to experience stunning panoramic views of the city, from the hotel's rooftop terrace.Take in the splendid park and learn the history of King Frederick II, who ruled Prussia from the estate.Today you say goodbye to mainland Europe, and begin your journey home.Dating back to the 14th century, Charles Bridge is 1,700 feet in length, featuring 16 arches and 30 statues of religious figures.As well as serving as the main pedestrian route between the Old Town and Prague Castle, the bridge offers the city's best views over the Vtlava River.