Wonderful Cities of Central Europe

9 cities / 11 days (including Prague, Vienna, Salzburg, Budapest)
A guided bus tour from Prague to Budapest / 3* and 4* hotels

Day 1

  • Arrival at Vaclav Havel Prague Airport.
  • Check in and dinner at the hotel.

Day 2

  • After breakfast you will visit Prague Castle with the B pass (St. Vitus Cathedral, Old Royal Palace, St. George’s Church, Golden Lane). Prague Castle, the Czech Republic’s most famous place, was built in the 9th century. After lunch you will go to see the Charles Bridge: it was the first bridge built on the Vltava River, dating back over 650 years of history, on this oldest and longest bridge you can see 39 statues. Next stop will be the Old Town Square with Astronomical Clock which is one of the world’s most famous astronomical clocks. The gothic building was built in 1338. Because the World War II devastated the building, now people can see it in the post-war renovated form.
  • Dinner at the city centre (possible evening program).

Day 3

  • After breakfast you will be transferred to Kutna Hora to visit Bone Church and St. Barbara Cathedral. Bone Church was built in the 14 century. It is more “Human Bone Museum“. The St. Barbara Cathedral is a real jewel of the Czech architecture. The building began in 1380 and continued until the final stop in 1558. Lunch in the city centre.
  • Check-in and dinner at the hotel.

Day 4

  • After breakfast you will be transferred to a beautiful fairy tale town – Telc. It was founded in the middle of 14th century, in 1992 it was listed in Heritage site. The most significant sight is the town square, a unique complex of long urban plaza with well-conserved Renaissance and Baroque houses with high gables and arcade. Lunch in the city centre.
  • In the afternoon you will be transferred to Cesky Krumlov.

Check-in and dinner at the hotel.

Day 5

  • After breakfast you will visit the “world cultural and natural heritage“, sometimes called “the world’s most beautiful town” Cesky Krumlov. You can admire ancient buildings and streets filled with rich medieval classical flavour there. In the old town you can try traditional Czech beer and buy some interesting souvenirs. Lunch and dinner in the city centre.

Day 6

  • After breakfast you will be transferred to Salzburg. It was listed in UNESCO World Heritage List in year 1996. Because the musical genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born here, you can see his shadow everywhere. Sometimes he is also called as “Salzburg’s son”. You will also visit Hohensalzburg Fortress, Hellbrunn Palace with Trick Fountains and other interesting places.
  • Lunch in the city centre.
  • Check-in and dinner at the hotel.

Day 7

  • After breakfast you will go to the “world’s most beautiful lakeside town“ – Hallstatt.
  • Lunch in the city centre.
  • Check-in and dinner at the hotel.

Day 8

  • After breakfast a cruise will take you to Melk Danube Valley town. You will discover Durnstein and Stanisław Leszczyński’s house. Lunch in the city centre.
  • In the afternoon you will be transferred to Vienna.
  • Check-in and dinner at the hotel.

Day 9

  • After breakfast you will visit the Schönbrunn Palace: the Royal Palace with typical French-style gardens and a fountain surrounded by trees on the east side. It is the reason why this palace is named Schönbrunn. Later in the afternoon (after lunch) you will have free time to do some shopping or visit other interesting places in Vienna.
  • Later in the afternoon you will be transferred to Budapest.
  • Check-in and dinner at the hotel.

Day 10

  • After breakfast Budapest city sightseeing. After the lunch you will go to the Halászbástya (Fishermen’s Bastion) by a tourbus and visit the Matthias Church there. This church contains a Hungarian folklore, art nouveau style and Turkish and other elements.
  • Dinner in the city centre (possible evening program).

Day 11

  • After breakfast you will be transferred to the airport.

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