9 Days , 3 Countries , 5 Cities
Welcome to Prague!
Prague will be the first city to visit in our itinerary, and then we will continue with Vienna and Budapest.
Arrive at the Prague Vaclav Havel airport. After your English-speaking guide’s Meet and & Greet service, transfer to your hotel. Later check-in and lunch at a local brewery, “u Medvidku.”
The afternoon is yours to spend exploring the city or have some rest after your overseas flight. Transfer to Mlynec Restaurant for a welcome dinner with an astonishing Charles Bridge view.
Overnight in Prague.
Prague - Auto-walking sightseeing tour
Prague, Vienna, and Budapest, from stunning architecture to mouth-watering cuisine, there’s something for everyone in these three captivating cities.
After breakfast at your hotel, your tour guide is picked up in the hotel lobby for the auto-walking sightseeing tour of Prague. Lunch at a traditional restaurant. You have time to find the city’s gems in the afternoon.
The dinner is at the local Medieval Tavern, with the show including food and drinks.
Lednice & Valtice - Vineyard and Chateau
Today, after breakfast, transfer to the South Moravia region. Lunch at the vineyard with wine tasting and tapas in Lednice & Valtice complex, including the castle tour.
Valtice Chateau is home to the National Wine Center in the Country. The exposition of the hundred best wines is open all year round in the vineyard. Continue to Vienna.
Dinner and overnight in the hotel.
Vienna - Full day visit to this enchanting and lovely city
Today, the English-speaking guide will pick you up in the hotel lobby. It starts the auto-walking sightseeing Vienna tour that includes the following sights of Vienna: Vienna Opera, Folk Garden, University of Vienna, Academy of Fine Arts, Parliament, Thanksgiving Church, Kunsthistorisches Museum and Museum of Natural History, Town Hall, Burg theater, Landmann’s favorite cafe, Danube Canal.
You will also drive through Vienna’s Schwarzenbergerplatz and Karlsplatzsquares without losing sight of the high-jet fountain and monument to the soviet soldier-liberator and the Vienna Philharmonic.
We will visit the bizarre home of Hundertwasser. – Returning to the center, we walk along the pedestrian streets of Kertnerstrasse, Graben, and Kolmarkt.
Along the way, we will learn more about the history of the State Opera, one of the world’s leading opera houses, known primarily for performances of works by Richard Wagner, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Richard Strauss.
Then, we will visit one of the Palaces of Vienna, “Albertina,” which houses one of the world’s largest and most important print rooms with approximately 65,000 drawings and about 1 million old master prints. Lunch at a traditional Schnitzel restaurant.
Our next stop will be the Hofburg Palace Miracle Complex, the former winter residence of the Habsburg imperial family. The complex is one of the biggest palace complexes in the world. The oldest parts date back to the 13th century. Now it has become home to museums, the office of the president of Austria, and the riding hall, where white horses of the Lipitsianbreed perform.
Of course, we will pay special attention to the Cathedral of St. Stefan – a majestic building in the heart of Vienna, which the crowns affectionately nicknamed “Stefl.”
Dinner transfer at the rooftop restaurant. Overnight at the hotel.
Vienna - Schönbrunn Palace and Strudel Show
Your tour guide will be ready at the hotel lobby for a transfer to a guided tour in Schönbrunn Palace. The tour will allow you to feel the breath of the era of the great empire.
Schönbrunn Palace, which became the summer residence of the Habsburg imperial court, belongs to the most significant palace and park ensembles in Europe. Its premises are impressive: a 43-meter (141 ft.) large gallery with luxurious frescoes on the ceiling, million porcelain and rich rooms, tapestry, and mirror salons.
You will visit 40 rooms, including the chambers of the most famous Austrian couple – Franz Joseph and Elizabeth, “mother-in-law of all Europe” -Maria Theresa and her glorious wife. Not only did Habsburg’s family reside in the palace, but Napoleon did not apply to be noted in it, and his son ended his days here and, in honor of the Russian Tsarevich, arranged a formal dinner.
After exploring the palace’s interiors, a walk through the Palace Park will bring you true pleasure. Luxurious emerald green lawns, neatly trimmed bushes, a zoo, fountains, the Glorietta indoor gallery on a hill, the Palm Pavilion, Roman ruins, the Egyptian obelisk, the Labyrinth Garden, the Crown Prince’s Garden, and the Japanese Garden are all Schönbrunn. UNESCO included the entire historic palace and park ensemble in the world heritage list.
Then, stop for the Strudel show, where you will have coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and apple strudel)—after lunch at a traditional Austrian restaurant, visit Hofburg Palace Imperial Treasury.
Do you want to be that chosen lucky one who can see the mysterious inscription on the bowl, which has been wrapped in a dense fog of mysticism and considered the legendary Holy Grail Chalice in ancient times? Why were “unicorn horns” used for the scepter hilt? And with what exhibit were empires built? With the values filled with the Treasury of the Habsburg dynasty, our acquaintance will pass, plunging into the history, secrets, and symbolism of a thousand years ago.
Here are the outstanding monuments of jewelry of past centuries. These vast reserves include crowns, scepters, mantles with excess gold, relics and jewelry, baptismal fonts, and other utensils. Imperial kinds are shown here, including the imperial crown, the sacred spear, the imperial cross, the wand, the power, and the coronation sword. You will find out where they are supposed to be stored “until the Holy Roman Empire of the German nation is reborn” and why the evil figure of Adolf Hitler was so attracted to the holy spear.
The magnificent collection of Vienna’s Hofburg Palace is today the largest in Europe and the most important from an artistic and historical collection of royal regalia, jewels, and vestments.
The late afternoon is leisure time, and overnight at the hotel.
Bratislava - Sightseeing tour by walking
After breakfast, check out from the hotel and transfer to Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. Sightseeing tour by walking in Bratislava and lunch on the riverside. Transfer to a hotel in Budapest, Hungary.
Finally, you dine in a hotel restaurant.
Budapest - Sightseeing tour
Today, we start with an auto-walking sightseeing tour on the Buda side of the city. Lunch at the authentic Hungarian restaurant. In the afternoon, we will continue our tour of the Pest side of Budapest.
We have dinner at the glass boat with a Danube River view and live music. Transfer back to the hotel.
The tour of Prague, Vienna, and Budapest comes to an end with many experiences.
After breakfast at the hotel, a private transfer to Budapest Ferenc List Airport.
Starting from $3,990 per person
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Price excluding international flights
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- 7-night in luxury hotel accommodation, bed and breakfast basis
- Meet & Greet service at the airport
- Welcome drink on the arrival day
- 7-Lunch and 6-Dinner
- All services on a private basis
- All services by deluxe non-smoking A/C vehicle
- Entrance fees as the program above
- Professional English-speaking local guide/driver
Sightseeing Highlights Included
- Mlynec restaurant with Charles Bridge view
- Auto-walking, sightseeing tour of Prague
- Dinner-Show in the local Medieval Tavern, including food and drinks
- Wine tasting and tapas in Lednice & Valtice complex, including the castle tour
- Auto-walking, sightseeing tour in Vienna
- Visit one of the Palaces of Vienna, Albertina
- The Hofburg Palace Miracle Complex
- Guided tour in Schönbrunn Palace
- Strudel Show in Vienna
- Visit Hofburg Palace, Imperial Treasury
- Sightseeing tour by walking in Bratislava
- Sightseeing tour of Budapest
- Dinner at the glass boat with a Danube River view and live music
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