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Under Spiritual Guidance of Rev. Ruggiero Dibenedetto, Pastor of Our Lady of The Airways Parish, Mississauga, ON
Date: Sep 12 – 26, 2024 15 days
Price: CA$5,490 (Taxes & Tips Incl.) for Toronto departure
Price: CA$5,990 (Taxes & Tips Incl.) for Calgary/Edmonton/Saskatoon departure
Price: CA$6,090 (Taxes & Tips Incl.) for Vancouver departure
Price: US$4,750 (Taxes & Tips Incl.) for San Francisco departure
Price: US$4,450 (Taxes & Tips Incl.) for New York departure
Price: CA$4,490 (Taxes & Tips Incl.) for Land Only

Prices include everything, except lunches and insurance, based on double occupancy in 4* hotel accommodations
Call us @ 905.412.2242 or 905.412.3355, toll free @ 1.800.565.3619 during office hours: Mon-Fri. 9 am to 6 pm EST or email: group@qstours.com for further information or to register.

Travel arrangements by QS Travel & Tours Inc. affiliate of Queen Syrena Travel Inc.
3055 Dundas St. W., #4, Mississauga, ON L5L 3R8.


Day 1 Sep 12 Depart for Vienna.

Day 2 Sep 13 Upon arrival, drive around the Ringtrasse and enjoy a panoramic tour of the city: we view Hofburg Palace, the Capuchin Church, St. Charles Church, Belvedere Palace, the Vienna Opera, museums, the House of Parliament, and City Hall. Mass at St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Dinner and overnight in Vienna.

Day 3 Sep 14 Morning, continue city tour in Vienna. Then, travel to Brno, where you will visit Cathedral. Celebrate mass, and then enjoy some free time in the afternoon. Dinner and overnight in Brno.

Day 4 Sep 15 After breakfast, travel to Prague. Upon arrival, enjoy a sightseeing tour of Prague’s highlights, including Hradčany, St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague Castle, and Mala Strana. We start our tour of the city with the Castle District, where we tour the 14th-century gothic St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George Basilica, and the Golden Way – a picturesque street lined with tiny, colourful houses. These houses were built into the castle’s fortifications around the end of the 16th-century. Mass in one of Prague’s churches. We also stop at Wenceslas Square, the city’s main square and the setting of many significant historical events. Dinner and overnight in Prague.

Day 5 Sep 16 After breakfast, we celebrate Mass at the Church of Our Lady of Victory and see the renowned statue of the Infant Jesus of Prague. After mass we continue our tour to Lesser Town – we see St. Nicholas Church and we cross the medieval Charles Bridge. We see landmarks of Prague’s Old Town – the elegant tower of the Town Hall with the world famous Astronomical Clock and the Church of Our Lady before Týn. Dinner and overnight in Prague.

Day 6 Sep 17 Morning, depart for Krakow. En route stop in Olomouc, and a short tour in Auschwitz. Dinner and overnight in Krakow.

Day 7 Sep 18 Today we start our day with a visit to the famous Salt Mines of Wieliczka, a splendid 3-mile long underground complex of chambers, chapels and statues sculpted from salt. In the afternoon we explore Krakow, the ancient cultural capital of Poland. We visit the Market Place and St. Mary’s Church, where you may pray before the extraordinary Wit Stwosz altar. The surroundings of the square have remained unchanged for almost 700 years and contain buildings of historic value such as the Town Hall Tower, the Cloth Hall and the Wawel Castle. Mass. Dinner and overnight in Krakow.

Day 8 Sep 19 Continue to Lagiewniki – known around the world as “Divine Mercy Shrine”. It is here that the message of Divine Mercy originated, which Christ himself wished to pass on to our Generation, through the meditations of Sister Faustyna. Here we celebrate mass and visit the convent of St. Faustyna, her tomb and relics. Dinner and overnight in Kosice.

Day 9 Sep 20 Tour Kosice, a city in eastern Slovakia, close to the Hungarian border. Its origins go back to the medieval period, and the central Lower Gate archaeological complex preserves fortifications from the 13th-century. Hlavné Námestie, the main square, is home to 2 Gothic churches: the huge St. Elisabeth Cathedral and the 14th-century St. Michael Chapel. Nearby, St. Urban’s Tower contains a museum of wax figurines. Dinner and overnight in Budapest.

Day 10 Sep 21 Morning, after celebrating Mass at the 13th-century Cathedral of St. Matthew, we will see the Citadel on Mount Gellert. We view the Royal Castle, Fisherman’s Bastion, the Parliament, Heroes’ Square, etc. Dinner and overnight in Budapest.

Day 11 Sep 22 Travel to Sibiu. En route stop in Timișoara, a city in western Romania, known for Secessionist architecture. The central square, Piața Victoriei, is surrounded by baroque buildings and the Metropolitan Orthodox Cathedral, with its mosaic-patterned roof tiles and icon gallery. Nearby is the Habsburg-era square Piața Unirii. Dinner and overnight in Sibiu.

Day 12 Sep 23 Tour Sibiu, the largest and wealthiest walled citadel built in Transylvania in the 12th century by the German settlers. The town has a pedestrian-friendly area, with two accessible levels: The Upper Town and The Lower Town, connected through The Stairs Passage. Preserving until today its wonderful medieval atmosphere, Sibiu was listed by Forbes in its top 10 of the most idyllic places to live in the whole world. Visit the Grand Square, the Small Square, the Liar’s Bridge and the impressive Evangelical Cathedral. In the Grand Square you will find the Holy Trinity Cathedral, where we will celebrate Mass. Then, continue to Bucharest for dinner and overnight.

Day 13 Sep 24 This morning enjoy a walking tour in the Old Town of Bucharest. Mass celebration at the local Cathedral. Some free time in the afternoon. Overnight in Bucharest.

Day 14 Sep 25 Morning, fly to Amsterdam. Amsterdam is known as Venice of the North, because of its lovely canals that criss-cross the city, its impressive architecture and more than 1,500 bridges. Tour of the city takes us to National Monument, windmills, etc landmarks. We will visit the Basilica of St Nicholas and the Chapel of the Beguinesour (if open), where we will hear the story of the Eucharistic Miracle of Amsterdam. Also, we will have an Amsterdam canal cruise tour. Dinner and overnight in Amsterdam.

Day 15 Sep 26 Return home (AC direct flight).



– Air transportation – hotel accommodation first class or superior tourist class based on double occupancy
– All taxes and tips
– 2 meals breakfast and dinner daily
– All sightseeing as per itinerary with English speaking guide

– Single supplement $1,150.
– Meals not specified, insurance, documentation

A non refundable deposit of $300.00 per person is required at time of booking. Insurance with premium(if desired) must be purchased at the time of booking.

Balance due is payable 105 days prior to departure
For late bookings /within 105 days/ full payment is due immediately.

If cancellation is necessary, please advise QS Travel & Tours immediately in writing. Cancellation charges are as follows:
105 days before departure ………………………………………………..$300.00 per person
Between 105 and 61 days before departure …………………… 40% of the total cost
Between 60 and 46 days before departure ……..………………. 60% of the total cost
45 days or less ……………………………………………………………….. 100% of the total cost

A $25 administration charge will be applied for changes you make to your booking outside the 90 days to departure period. Please note name changes are not allowed and such will be treated as cancellations.

QS Travel & Tours will advise you of any change we feel significantly alters the holiday which you have purchased from us. Occasionally, changes might occur close to departure time. In such cases, you will be notified as early as possible. Due to circumstances beyond our control, the local tour operator may have to make last minute changes in hotel or schedule. In case the standard of the accommodation is changed, QS Travel & Tours will offer the choice of a full and immediate refund or comparable alternate travel services acceptable to you.

No refund or adjustment can be made for any portion of holiday not used.

The Ministry of Consumer Relations requires that Ontarians traveling abroad be advised that they may encounter different living standards and practices than those at home.

In the event of a change in our flight times, with or without notice, we cannot accept responsibility for any special connecting fares which you might purchase and which cannot be changed without penalty.

A valid Canadian passport is required for all visits outside of Canada. It is the sole responsibility of the passenger to ensure proper and valid documentation. Failure to provide valid documentation may result in denied boarding of the aircraft and cancellation of your flight arrangements without refund. If you are holding a passport other than Canadian, please contact QS Travel & Tours to determine whether or not a visa is required for entry into the country you will be visiting.

One piece of luggage of 23kg per person plus a carry-on-bag /weighting not more than 5 kg/

All flight times are subject to change with or without prior notice to the passengers or his/her agent. QS Travel & Tours does not accept liability for missed connection or any expenses resulting from an off-schedule, rescheduled or late flight operations.

Prices in this brochure are given in Canadian dollars unless otherwise stated. Prices are correct at the time of going to press. In the event of any change beyond QS Travel & Tours control, including but not limited to increase in the price of fuel, currency fluctuations affecting our costs, or increases in government taxes or levies. QS Travel & Tours reserves the right to surcharge the passenger/s up to 7% of a tour cost.

QS Travel & Tours Inc. is a tour operator and has made the advertised holiday arrangements with the airline/s/, hotel/s/, cruiseship/s/, other operator/s/ and other. Each of these organizations has its own specific terms and conditions for doing business and you will be bound by them. QS Travel & Tours accepts no responsibility for /A/ the acts or omissions of any party/ies/ other than QS Travel & Tours employees./B/failure by the passenger to be properly documented; /C/ failure by the passenger to comply with departure or joining or baggage requirements;/D/ aircraft delays, government actions, priests change their commitments as spiritual directors, etc, act/s/ of God or any factor beyond our direct control; /E/ cancellation or delay to any tour or holiday or change to the itinerary; /F/ expenses resulting from lost or damaged baggage. QS Travel & Tours accepts no responsibility for additional expenses due to delays or changes in air, rail, road, sea or other service, quarantine, sickness, war, weather or other causes All such expenses will have to be borne by the passengers. QS Travel & Tours reserves the right to refuse any person as a member of these tours at its sole discretion. QS Travel & Tours reserves the right to cancel any or all departure/s/ with or without prior notice and QS Travel & Tours sole responsibility shall be to refund all monies paid for such cancelled departures. The laws and courts which govern this contract are those of the Province of Ontario.

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Once purchased insurance premiums are not refundable.

Tel. 905.412.2242; 1.800.565.3619
Email: group@qstours.com

20 July 2019, Vienna, Austria: Main landmark of Vienna – St. Stephen Cathedral with crowds of people

Land marks of Vienna, Austria

Brno, Czech Republic – April 29, 2016: Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul at sunny day view from Spilberk castle

The Infant Jesus of Prague

Scenic summer aerial view of the Old Town pier architecture and Charles Bridge over Vltava river in Prague, Czech Republic

Vintage retro hipster style travel image of panorama view of Vltava river and Gradchany (Prague Castle) and St. Vitus Cathedral and Charles bridge an people in paddle boats in the Prague, Czech Republic

St Kinga’s Chapel inside Salt Mine, Wieliczka, Poland; The Wieliczka Salt Mine is now an official Polish Historic Monument (Pomnik Historii) and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Ceiling light of The Wieliczka Salt Mine, Poland

The Divine Mercy Sanctuary, Roman Catholic basilica dedicated to Divine Mercy devotion, as the resting place of Saint Faustina Kowalska, Krakow, Poland

the Basilica of St Stanislaw and Vaclav or Wawel Cathedral on Wawel Hill in Krakow, Poland

Hungarian Parliament view from fishermen Bastion in Budapest

View of Buda side of Budapest with the Buda Castle, St. Matthias and Fishermen’s Bastion

Amsterdam on clear August day.