Prague, Vienna, Budapest

Visit three of the most important cities in the glorious Austro-Hungarian empire and experience the beauty and charm of Central Europe. Located very close to each other, Prague, Vienna, and Budapest offer a unique experience you can hardly find anywhere else in Europe.

Uncover the history of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire on this 10-day journey from Prague to Vienna and Budapest. Get a glimpse into Europe’s history as you stroll along the Vltava River in Prague and visit Vienna’s beautiful palaces, museums, churches and royal residences.  Take a photo with the famous and largest Gothic structure in Europe in the background – Budapest’s Parliament.

Day 1
Arrive Prague

  • Arrive in Prague followed by Meet & Greet by our representative
  • Arrive at the Hotel followed by Check-in
  • Evening at your own leisure
  • Optional Sightseeing
  • Crystal Dinner Cruise on the River Vltava
  • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 2

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Proceed for Prague Sightseeing tour (regular and private available):
    A guided walk through the Prague Castle complex to discover the major sights within. Admire the grandeur of Saint Vitus Cathedral, the architecture of the Old Royal Palace, and enjoy stunning views over the whole of Prague. From Prague Castle we head for the river, for a stroll across the Charles Bridge, and for more wonderful views of the city. We then continue our Prague tour with a walk through the Jewish Quarter,
    Wenceslas Square at its heart, Lesser Town (Mala Strana) the historic Astronomical Clock and the Old Town Square.
  • Afternoon at your own leisure
  • Optional Activities
    Visit to Staropramen Brewery museum, Beer Tapping
    school and dinner
    Original Medieval Dinner and Folklore show
  • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 3

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Day at your own leisure
  • Optional Sightseeing tour
    Full day tour of Cesky Krumlov (regular and private available) – The fairy tale town of Cesky Krumlov is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in South Bohemian region and home to one of the largest castle complexes in Central Europe.
    Explore one of the most beautiful towns of Europe, the magnificent Renaissance castle, its stunning gardens, the church of St. Vitus and its medieval times’ cobbled streets.
    • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 4
Prague - Vienna

  • After breakfast, check-out of the hotel, settle extras directly.
    Proceed to Vienna.
  • Arrive in Vienna, check-in to the hotel. Evening at your own leisure or optional activity
    Mozart and Strauss Concert in the evening

Day 5

  • After breakfast proceed for the Vienna city tour (regular and private available) – The tour gives you a thorough overview of Vienna’s most significant historical sights and focuses on the famous Schonbrunn Palace. You’ll also see the Museum of Applied Arts, the State Opera House, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Natural History. The Hofburg is another highlight, the famous residence of Empress Elizabeth. Plus, you’ll see a lot of other fine buildings, including the Parliament, City Hall, the Burgtheater, the University and the Votive Church, Maria Theresa, your tour ends by the SüdtirolerPlatz.
  • Evening at your own leisure.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 6

  • Breakfast at the hotel. Day at your own leisure
  • Optional sightseeing:
    Option 1: Day trip to Hallstatt (regular and private available)- Hallstatt is noted as one of the most beautiful Lake towns in the world. During the tour visit the old town with 19th century Evangelical Church and Market Square. The attraction not to miss here is the Skywalk located 350m above Hallstatt for stunning views of the region and the salt mines with its mining methods and subterranean lake hides the history of more than 7000 years old.
    Option 2: Day trip to Wachau Valley (regular and private available) – A full-day excursion, from Vienna reveals the exquisite beauty of the Wachau Valley. You’ll travel through gorgeous Austrian countryside. The history and legends of this lovely part of Austria come to life as you travel your way past charming old villages, steep vineyards and mysterious castles. One such castle is the well-known Durnstein, where Richard the Lionheart was imprisoned while waiting for his ransom to arrive from England. Then,
    you’ll enjoy a boat ride down the Danube from Spitz to Melk, passing the heart of the Wachau Valley at the old wine town of Krems. To complete your superb day trip, you will visit Melk’s magnificent Benedictine Abbey, a pearl of the Austrian Baroque style.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 7
Vienna - Budapest

  • After breakfast, check-out of the hotel, settle extras directly.
    Proceed to Budapest.
  • Arrive in Budapest, followed by hotel check-in. Evening at leisure.
    Overnight at the hotel
  • Optional activity
    Budapest Ruin Pubs and Bars Tour
    Budapest Danube River cruise with dinner

Day 8

  • After breakfast proceed for BUDAPEST CITY TOUR (regular and private available): The Grand City Sightseeing Tour makes the perfect introduction of the city. Your travel will take you across the Danube on the Margaret Bridge, show you the House of Parliament, the Royal Castle, the Fisherman’s Bastion and much more. You will cross the Danube on the Margaret Bridge (Margaret Island) and drive to the Royal Castle on the Buda side.
    Here you will visit the Fisherman’s Bastion (Promenade) and the Matthias Church (Interior visit). You will also climb the Gellert Hill for fantastic photo opportunities of the city before crossing Elizabeth bridge and driving by the City Park towards Heroes’ square (Promenade). Passing by the Opera and St. Stephen’s Basilica you then reach the city centre, where your tour ends.
    • Evening at your own leisure
    • Optional activity
    Famous Gellert thermal bath and spa
    • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 9

  • Breakfast at the hotel. Day at your own leisure.
  • Optional sightseeing
    Full day tour of the Danube Bend (regular and private available) – Before reaching Budapest the River Danube turns sharply between rocky hills providing one of the most scenic views of Hungary: the Danube Bend. The
    Danube Bend is surrounded by historic and picturesque cities like Visegrad, Esztergom and Szentendre. Must-visit attractions in this trip are Castle of Visegrad, triangular shaped and perched on top of a 333metres hill soaring over the Danube bend Esztergom Basilica is the largest church in Hungary
    and third biggest in the world. It is the centre of the Hungarian Roman Catholic church.
    Szentendre, an adorable town full of art museums, galleries and churches.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 10
Depart Budapest

  • Breakfast at the hotel, check out, extras to be settled directly.
  • Transfer to airport for your departure flight.