Budapest / Vienna / Prague

Highlights:

  • Enjoy a tour of Budapest, featuring the city’s highlights plus breathtaking panoramic views 
  • Explore Budapest’s Szentender artists’ colony 
  • Tour Vienna, the sparkling city on the Danube 
  • Visit the Schonbrunn Palace, the “Versailes of Austria” 
  • Enjoy a relaxing boat ride on Europe’s largest subterranean

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ACCOMODATIONS

CITYNIGHTSHOTELS
Budapest3Kempinski
Vienna3Hotel Bristol
Prague4Intercontinental
DAY 1
Arrival in Budapest

Welcome to Budapest, a UNESCO World Heritage site! Upon arrival meet and transfer to hotel.

DAY 2
Budapest

A morning panoramic tour including Heroes’ Square; Matthias Church, known for unique interior beauty; Fishermen’s Bastion, with its impressive views; the cobblestone streets of Castle Hill; and the Citadel, a fortress built on a 750 foot high plateau overlooking the Danube River. The remainder of the day is yours. (B)

DAY 3
Budapest

The day is yours to continue to explore the historic sites in beautiful Budapest. Optional tours available.  (B)

DAY 4
Budapest | Vienna

Transfer to the railway station for your train to Vienna. Upon arrival, meet and transfer to hotel. The balance the day in Vienna is yours. (B)

DAY 5
Vienna

Morning sightseeing tour includes the Parliament building, City Hall, the prestigious State Opera House and the majestic Hofburg. Visit the imperial Schonbrunn Palace, known as the “Versailles of Austria,” the city’s most popular tourist attraction and a UNESCO World Heritage site. The balance of the day is yours. (B)

DAY 6
Vienna

Excursion to the romantic Helenental and the former imperial hunting lodge at Mayerling. After a visit to the 12th-century Heiligenkreuz Abbey, enjoy a relaxing boat ride on Europe’s largest subterranean lake. Return to Vienna for a free afternoon. (B)

DAY 7
Vienna | Prague

Depart for Prague. Drive through the lush, picturesque landscape of Southern Bohemia, stopping at the medieval town of Cesky Krumlov. After lunch, visit the Bohemian metropolis of Ceske Budejovice, home of Budweiser Beer. Continue to one of the most beautiful castles in the Czech Republic, the 13th-century Hluboka Castle (closed Nov– Mar).  (B)

DAY 8
Prague

Morning tour of Prague’s historic city center, a UNESCO World Heritage site, starting with the Prague Castle, the largest ancient castle in the world and the 700-year-old St. Vitus Cathedral. Then, on to quaint and picturesque Golden Lane with Franz Kafka’s house. Afternoon walking tour to the old Jewish quarter, which is comprised of a vast network of buildings and synagogues as well as the Jewish State Museum, Continue along the winding cobblestone lanes to the Gothic Town Hall and the incredible Astronomical Clock, built in 1490. (B)

DAY 9
Prague

Morning drive to the Konopiste Castle, formerly owned by the Archduke Franz Ferdinand d’Este. The castle is set amidst a large park with a beautiful Rose Garden. After the tour, return to Prague for a free afternoon. (B)

DAY 10
Prague

The day is yours to explore Prague on your own. (B)

DAY 11
Depart Prague

Transfer to the airport for your return flight. (B)

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