Imperial Capitals: Prague-Vienna-Budapest
Duration10 days / 9 nights
HighlightsOld city of Prague, Jewish Quarter Prague, Royal Castle of Hradcany, Hofburg Palace Vienna, evening Mozart concert, Kunsthistorische Museum, Budapest
NotesLand Only ,Price Based on Double Occupancy
This tour can be booked privately
This incredible journey to Prague, Vienna and Budapest will introduce you to the charm and beauty of these imperial Capitals on a small group tour. Throughout your journey you will see each city’s most famous sites. In Prague, you will visit the Royal Castle of Hradcany, which dates back to the 9th century. In Vienna, enjoy the Kunsthistorische Museum, which houses one of the world’s greatest collections of the old masters. In Budapest, discover the charming and beautiful city that once was the twin cities, Buda and Pest in 1873. This tour offers the best of these incredible Imperial capitals that will whisk you away into an old world charm you won't forget.
What can you expect as part of your tour?
- Professional tour manager throughout
- Local guide in each city
- Accommodations in First Class hotels
- Air-conditioned motor coach
- Transfers and Entrance fees
- Special opera performance in Prague
- Strauss and Mozart concert in Vienna
Overnight:Vienna (B, D).
Overnight:Budapest (B, D).
(B) Breakfast (L) Lunch (D) Dinner
Note: All itineraries are subject to change
* No minimum of passengers is required for regular tour service.
All tours are subject to availability and should be confirmed within 72 business hours.
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Where you will rest you head...
Majestic Plaza, Prague
About the hotel: A 5-minute walk from Wenceslas Square, this swanky, elegant hotel is perfectly located.
Hilton Statdpark, Vienna
About the hotel: Combining a magnificent location in the heart of the city with great amenities and services, Hilton Vienna is the place to stay when visiting the Austrian capital
About the hotel: Combining contemporary elegance and modern style, the InterContinental Budapest hotel places you a leisurely stroll away from the historic Castle District.