08D IN PRAGUE VIENNA AND BUDAPEST

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Explore the rich culture and heritage of Prague, Vienna and Budapest with our 08D IN PRAGUE VIENNA AND BUDAPEST tour package.

Prague is the capital city of the Czech Republic being bisected by the Vltava River. Also known as “the City of a Hundred Spires,”, the heart of its historic core consists of the Old Town Square, Prague Castle and the medieval Astronomical Clock. Besides, the pedestrian Charles Bridge is a famed landmark, lined with statues of Catholic saints. Enjoy a boat ride on the Vltava River admiring the rustic magic of Prague that emanates from its historical core and is reflected in its gothic churches and brilliant baroque buildings.  

East on the Danube river, Vienna, Austria’s capital is resplendent with beautiful palaces. Its artistic and intellectual legacy was shaped by residents including Mozart, Beethoven, and Sigmund Freud. The city is also known for its Imperial palaces, including Schönbrunn, the Habsburgs’ summer residence. In the Museums Quartier district, historic and contemporary buildings display works by Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt, and other artists. Apart from these, visit the famous Burg theatre, where the Vienna State Opera presents numerous productions yearly and hosts the annual Vienna Opera Ball. A symbol of the city, Gothic St. Stephen's Cathedral sports a colourful tile roof.

Budapest, which is the capital of Hungary, is bisected by the River Danube and shines with grandeur. Buda and Pest situated on either bank of River Danube are connected by the famous Chain Bridge. Parliament Building houses the Holy Crown of St. Stephen. St. Stephen’s Basilica displays the saint’s right hand. The Dohány Street Synagogue contains a museum, a memorial, and a cemetery. The ornate Széchenyi thermal bath complex offers mineral bathing options.

Immerse yourself in the beauty of Eastern Europe. Visit these three countries in the Czech Republic, Austria and Hungary.  Enjoy the charming beauty of the open-air cafes, neo-classical architecture, art, opera, historical and cultural museums for memorable good times.
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08D IN PRAGUE VIENNA AND BUDAPEST

PRAGUE | 02 Nights

VIENNA | 02 Nights

BUDAPEST | 02 Nights

PACKAGE DETAILS

08D IN PRAGUE VIENNA AND BUDAPEST

  • Daily Breakfast.
  • Prague city tour.
  • Hotel to train station transfer in Prague.
  • Prague to Vienna train ticket on 2nd class.
  • Vienna City Tour and Schonbrunn Palace.
  • Vienna to Budapest train ticket 2nd class
  • Transfer from train station to the hotel.
  • 2 Hour Cruise On Danube River With Wine Tasting.
  • Hotel and airport transfers.
  • All Tours and transfers will either be on a private basis or on a seat-in-coach basis.

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    PRAGUE ASTRONOMICAL CLOCK, HUNGARY
  • St Charles's Church, Vienna, Austria
    St Charles's Church, Vienna, Austria
  • Schönbrunn Palm House, Vienna, Austria
    Schönbrunn Palm House, Vienna, Austria
  • CITY LIBRARY, PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
    CITY LIBRARY, PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
  • HUNGARIAN PARLIAMENT
    HUNGARIAN PARLIAMENT
  • INTERIOR CHURCH-BUDA CASTLE, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
    INTERIOR CHURCH-BUDA CASTLE, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
  • OLD TOWN SQUARE, PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
    OLD TOWN SQUARE, PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
  • PRAGUE VENCEL SQUARE, HUNGARY
    PRAGUE VENCEL SQUARE, HUNGARY
  • Schoenbrunn Garden, Vienna, Austria
    Schoenbrunn Garden, Vienna, Austria
  • Sacher Cake, Vienna Pastry Shop, AUSTRIA
    Sacher Cake, Vienna Pastry Shop, AUSTRIA

Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, is bisected by the Vltava River. Nicknamed “the City of a Hundred Spires,” it's known for its Old Town Square, the heart of its historic core, with colorful baroque buildings, Gothic churches, and the medieval Astronomical Clock, which gives an animated hourly show. Completed in 1402, pedestrian Charles Bridge is lined with statues of Catholic saints.
Rising above the city on a steep hill, 9th-century Prague Castle is now the seat of the Czech president. The castle’s St. Vitus Cathedral includes windows designed by art-nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha. The city's former Jewish Quarter is home to the Old-New Synagogue, Europe’s oldest active Jewish house of worship, and the Old Jewish Cemetery, with thousands of vertically stacked graves. New Town's main boulevard is lively Wenceslas Square, where art-nouveau buildings house shops and cafes. Letná Park, with views over Prague’s bridges and red rooftops, has a large beer garden.

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BEST TIME TO VISIT PRAGUE:

Peak season is spring through fall (Apr-Oct) when weather is mild. Easter (Mar/Apr, dates vary) is an important holiday, and Prague Spring (May-Jun) is an international showcase for classical music and traditional dance. Winters are long and cold, but the period between Christmas and New Year’s (Dec) is another key holiday period.

BEST PLACES TO SEE IN PRAGUE

Vienna, Austria’s capital, lies in the country’s east on the Danube River. Its artistic and intellectual legacy was shaped by residents including Mozart, Beethoven, and Sigmund Freud. The city is also known for its Imperial palaces, including Schönbrunn, the Habsburgs’ summer residence. In the Museums Quartier district, historic and contemporary buildings display works by Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt, and other artists.
The elegant Ring Road around the Innere Stadt district features government and public buildings including the 18th-century Burg theatre, where the Vienna State Opera presents numerous productions yearly and hosts the annual Vienna Opera Ball, one of a series of glittering city events. The Hofburg Imperial Palace has lavish Habsburg apartments and hosts displays by the Spanish Riding School’s renowned Lipizzaner stallions. A symbol of the city, Gothic St. Stephen's Cathedral sports a colourful tile roof. The Wiener Riesenrad Ferris wheel in the Prater park has far-reaching rooftop views.

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BEST TIME TO VISIT VIENNA:

Peak periods include Jun–Aug and Dec. Vienna’s Opera Ball (Feb) is a posh, white-tie affair with waltzes and ballet. The Life Ball (May) is an extravagant charity gala. The Vienna Festival (mid-May– mid-Jun) presents contemporary performing arts. Winters are cold and snowy, while summers are warm, and spring and autumn are mild.

BEST PLACES TO SEE IN VIENNA

Budapest, Hungary’s capital, is bisected by the River Danube. Its 19th-century Chain Bridge connects the hilly Buda district with flat Pest. A funicular runs up Castle Hill to Buda’s Old Town, where the Budapest History Museum traces city life from Roman times onward. Trinity Square is home to 13th-century Matthias Church and the turrets of the Fishermen’s Bastion, which offer sweeping views.
East of the river, Pest’s neo-Gothic Parliament Building houses the Holy Crown of St. Stephen. St. Stephen’s Basilica displays the saint’s right hand. The Dohány Street Synagogue contains a museum, a memorial, and a cemetery. Grand Boulevard Andrássy Avenue passes the neoclassical Hungarian State Opera House on its way to Heroes’ Square, where statues commemorate the creation of the Hungarian state, and there are 2 art museums. The ornate Széchenyi thermal baths complex in adjoining City Park is one of many in Budapest and part of an enduring Hungarian mineral bathing tradition.

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BEST TIME TO VISIT BUDAPEST:

Many travelers visit in spring or summer when days are long and warm. Winter (Dec–Feb) is cold and often overcast. Budapest Spring Festival (Mar-Apr) features music, from opera to jazz, at several locations. Budapest Summer Festival (Jun–Aug) includes open-air opera on Margaret Island. Sziget (Aug) is a multistage international pop and rock music festival. St. Stephen's Day (Aug 20) sees crowds line the Pest embankment to watch a large fireworks display. Budapest Wine Festival (Sep) includes tastings and gastronomic events.

BEST PLACES TO SEE IN BUDAPEST

08D IN PRAGUE VIENNA AND BUDAPEST

 

Day 01: Arrival at Prague

Arrive  at Prague’s International airport and get transferred to your hotel. Rest of the day is on leisure. Today opt for Folklore live show with dinner to get an insight into the Czech Culture. Overnight in Prague.

 Day 02: Prague City tour

After breakfast, depart for the hop-on-hop-off tour of Prague City. Visit Lesser Town, the famous Charles Bridge, Prague Castle (The Old Royal Palace, St. George Basilica Palace, St Vitus Cathedral Palace, Golden Lane), Old Town Square of Prague (Astronomical Clock) and Jewish Quarter. Enjoy a boat ride on the Vltava River admiring the beauties of Prague. Overnight in Prague.

Day 03: Prague –Vienna

After breakfast, proceed to the train station for your train to Vienna from Prague. Arrive in Vienna. The day is on leisure. In the evening, opt to witness a beautiful colourful light changing fountain show close to Belvedere. Overnight in Vienna.

Day 04: Vienna city tour

Have breakfast and depart for the hop-on-hop-off city tour of Vienna. Drive around the famous Ring Strasse, Vienna's main boulevard with its magnificent buildings; pass by the State Opera, the Museums of fine art and natural history, the Parliament building, the Burg theatre (National theatre), the City Hall and the University. Continue your drive to the historical Schonbrunn Palace, the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The rest of the evening is on leisure to relax & enjoy coffee at one of the Viennese coffee houses. Overnight in Vienna.

Day 05: Vienna – Budapest

After breakfast check-out and depart for Budapest. Travel by train from Vienna to Budapest. Arrive in Budapest, a city famous for its Baroque architecture and thermal spas. Transfer to the hotel. After check-in, you can Opt for Budapest Széchenyi Baths. Bathe in the warm waters of Europe’s biggest hot spring baths complex. Overnight in Budapest.

Day 06: Budapest City Tour

Enjoy your breakfast and then depart for the hop-on-hop-off city tour of Budapest. Visit the major landmarks of the city. See the Equestrian statue of St. Stephen and experience the domination of the seven turrets at Fisherman’s Bastion, visit the Heroes Square and enjoy interesting sights. Visit Parliament building before crossing the Danube on the Margaret Bridge & drive to the Royal castle on the Buda side of the city. (Entrance for Parliament not included). In the evening go for the Danube River Cruise. Overnight in Budapest.

Day 07: Departure

Today morning after breakfast, check-out and depart for the airport to board your return flight.

08D IN PRAGUE VIENNA AND BUDAPEST

 

1. Folklore live show- Prague
2. A trip to Cesky Krumlov UNESCO-listed town, from Prague
3. A trip to Terezin Concentration Camp from Prague.
4. Mozart Orchestra at the Musikverein - Vienna
5. The trip to Wachau Valley, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Melk Abbey along the Danube River from Vienna Széchenyi Baths in Budapest