At Insight Cities, we live to open new worlds to passionate travelers. But there is nothing more important to us than the health and safety of our clients, guides, and partners. We’re maintaining updates at the bottom of this page to inform you of travel issues in all our cities. Should you be impacted by any virus-related issues and need to cancel your tour 24 hours in advance, we offer a full refund. You can book Insight Cities tours with confidence even in a rapidly changing environment.
As you know, it’s a rough moment for us in the travel industry. Many of the amazing historian guides on our team are under economic stress because of the reduced number of overseas visitors to Central Europe. Yet, we also see a unique opportunity for local travel lovers to indulge in exploring our own cities. Even passionate travelers can forget to take the time to discover the intriguing sites, fascinating architecture, and compelling stories in our backyards. Though we normally thrive on opening our region to adventurous people from all over the world, it may be that in spring and summer 2020, the major sites of Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Berlin, Český Krumlov, Kutna Hora, and Salzburg are less crowded for us locals than we can ever experience again in our lifetimes.
This is the moment for our neighbors in Central Europe to take advantage of their own reduced travel to enjoy that profound staycation that you’ve been meaning to make time for. Locals can enjoy over 40 different Insight Cities tours covering the eras and architecture of Prague, Berlin, Vienna, Salzburg, Budapest, Český Krumlov, Kutna Hora at a 25% discount.
Get your 25% discount on all Insight Cities tours when you book with the coupon code STAYCATION and a Central European phone number. Your guides at Insight Cities already know the joy of forming deep relationships with their own cities and we love to share that insight with our fellow locals, while we wait to welcome our friends across the world back to Central Europe.
Coronavirus Update (June 15, 2020): Our cities are now mostly open to travelers from almost all other countries within the EU. Click this link for up-to-date details as of June 15 on the requirements for travel from most EU Countries to Austria, the Czech Republic, Germany, and Hungary.