EuroAm Travel Club offers small and custom group tours to select countries in Central Europe including the Czech Republic, Croatia, Slovenia, the Slovak Republic, Poland, and Hungary.
Meet Frank Fristensky
Check the Czechs
May 15th - May 31st, 2013
Ten Year Anniversary Tour of the Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is a country of fairytale castles, forests, rolling hills, lakes, music and art, medieval towns and chateaux. This tour will circle the country beginning in magnificent Prague, continuing with picturesque towns, country sites with towering castles, and forest hikes.
- Comprehensive Prague touring
- Private boat dinner on the Vltava River
- Musical performance in Prague
- Fascinating spa town of Karlovy Vary
- Tour of the Moser crystal glass factory
- Rolling hills of the Sumava Forest
- Historic town of Cesky Krumlov
- Architectural gems of Tels and Slavonice
- Beer and wine tasting with folklore music
- Castles and chateaux
- Walachian wooden village of Roznov; Frank's former hometown
- Overnight stay at a private castle
September 2nd - September 18th, 2013
Tour of Slovenia and Croatia
Experience the remarkable and untouched history and culture of two fascinating countries of Slovenia and Croatia. From the dominating Julian Alps, deep gorges and green country sites in Slovenia to the ancient towns along the blue Adriatic Sea to the spectacular old city of Dubrovnik.
- Historic Ljubljana, the capitol of Slovenia
- Picturesque lakeside town of Bled
- Dramatic hike in the Vingtar cascade gorge
- Triglav National Park
- Underground caves of Skocjanska
- Lipica, home of the noble Lipizzaner horses
- Ancient coastal town of Piran
- Spa town of Rijeka
- Evening dinner at a private fishing boat
- Amazing island of Hvar
- Coastal travel on the Adriatic Highway
- Spectacular walled city of Dubrovnik
- The ancient town of Split with its monumental Diocletian Palace
- Dramatic hikes in the Plitvice National Park
Heart of Europe:
August 27 - September 13, 2014
Tour of the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary
Both leisurely and comprehensive, this tour provides a generous overview of these distinctly different, and fascinating nations; four countries that share a very similar turbulent history. This experience will allow you exclusive access to cultural, musical and culinary specialties of each country.
- Best of elegant Prague
- Private boat dinner on the Vltava River
- Making of the original Czech garnets
- Town of Roznov (Frank's former home town) and Walachian wooden village
- Historic Krakow
- Wieliczka underground Salt Mines
- Spectacular High Tatra Mountains
- Rafting on Dunajec River
- Hiking the Slovakian Paradise
- Dobsinske Ice Caves
- Scenic Danube Bend
- Comprehensive Budapest touring
- Hungarian "cowboys" at Varga Tanya
- Gypsy music concert
We can design, organize and lead any type and any length of a tour in these countries that will fit your interest and desire. The following are some suggested tour options:
- Bicycling and/or hiking
- Themed tours with emphasis on: wine and beer tasting, castles and chateaux, old trains, music, fitness/spas/wellness, and golf. The selected tour will be supplemented with additional activities. The tour can also be arranged as a combination of the above suggestions.
- A family discovery/ancestry
- Special interest/incentive group travel for seniors, banks, photography, church and architectural groups.
Why travel to Central Europe?
For obvious reasons, the former Eastern bloc countries were not a travel destination for most Americans during the more than 40 years of communist rule. Today the Iron Curtain is history. But for many Americans Central Europe is still a mysterious place. This uncertainty, in addition to the language challenge and perceived safety issues, prevents many from traveling to this part of the world, particularly outside the main visited areas.
Central Europe, however, has blossomed since the end of communism. Our Central European destinations are ready to introduce you to a new world of exciting cultural adventure, more rewarding than you might ever have imagined.
To be different! We are not a mass group travel services operator. We cover the territories that we personally know best. We want to show you cultural, historical, natural, musical, and culinary variety of every region we visit. We want you to know the people, feel the country, and make friends. We want it to touch your heart.
Our Happy Travelers
Lonely Planet Central Europe
Lonely Planet Guidebook, 2011, Paper, 662 pages
Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and other countries.
Lonely Planet Croatia
Lonely Planet, Paper
Rick Steves' Croatia and Slovenia
Most comprehensive guide on Croatia and Slovenia
Central Europe Map
Freytag & Berndt, 2012
Eyewitness Guide Budapest
Eyewitness Guide Cracow
Eyewitness Guide Prague
A History of Slovakia, The Struggle for Survival
Stanislav K. Kirschbaum, History
The Coats of Bohemia, A Czech History
Derek Sayer, History
James Michener, Literature
Polish history from the earliest days to 1983
Under the Frog
Tibor Fischer, Literature
Hungarian revolution of 1956