Prague, City of a Hundred Spires, a UNESCO monument and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The Old Town Hall with the famous Prague Astronomical Clock. The winding lanes of the Jewish Quarter, which you know from the novels of Franz Kafka, steeped in the legend of the Golem. Cafes enticing you to come and have a seat, boutiques and sight-seeing cruises on the Vltava. The Gothic Charles Bridge and Church of St. Nicholas in the Lesser Town, the most beautiful Baroque church in Prague. The Palace Gardens set away from the bustle of the city, Petřín with a lookout tower reminiscent of a small Eiffel Tower and Prague Castle … Each of Prague’s districts has its own characteristic atmosphere and unique charm. Prague presents itself to you as a changeable city, which likes to alternate styles: it is romantic and successful, ancient and modern, but above all it is a city that is cosmopolitan through and through, and is used to welcoming foreigners.

Arrival and transfer to your hotel.
Depending upon your arrival time. Afternoon dedicated to visit the Old Town.
Begin the visit in the Old Town (Staré Mesto). Old Town Square is the historical heart of Prague and it is here that you will find the Old Town Hall and its famous Astronomical Clock, dating from the 14th century. Be sure to see the hourly procession of the apostles on the clock and then climb (or take the elevator) to the top of the tower for panoramic views of the city, including the Gothic spires of the Tyn Church and Jan Hus monument.
We continue to explore the Jewish Quarter (Josefov) including the Maisel Synagogue, the Pinkas Synagogue, the Spanish Synagogue, the Old Jewish Cemetery and the Jewish Museum. Afterwards, head to Powder Tower, one of the historical gates to Old Town, before continuing next door to admire the exquisite Art Nouveau interiors of Prague’s Municipal House, home to Smetana Hall and the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.
This is a good place to stop for a cup of coffee or bite to eat in the ground floor restaurant.
Overnight in Prague.


Breakfast at hotel.
Today we head for Charles Bridge to gaze upon its many statues and touch the Cross of St. Jan of Nepomuk. (You can climb the towers at either end of the bridge for panoramic views of the city.)
Across the Vltava River, in Lesser Town (Mala Strana), you will want to visit the baroque Church of St. Nicholas as well as the Church of Our Lady Victorious, home to the famous ‘Infant Jesus of Prague’.
Afterwards, explore the quaint streets of this area that were once home to diplomats and merchants and now house many foreign embassies.From Mala Strana continue to the beautiful cloisters of Strahov Monastery, where you can stop for a refreshing beer and snack, before visiting the Prague Loreto, Castle Square and Prague Castle, which in not a single building, but rather a complex of buildings and churches. Your tour of Prague Castle, founded in the 9th century, should include visits to St. Vitus Cathedral, the Royal Palace, St. George’s Basilica and Golden Lane.After a busy day of sightseeing, board a relaxing dinner boat cruise along the Vlatava River and admire the sights of Prague by night.
Overnight in Prague.


Breakfast at hotel
Today we continue on your trip to Vienna.
Transfer to the train station and departure to Vienna ( 5 hrs aprx).
Arrival at the train station in Vienna and transfer to the hotel.
Check in at the hotel.
Overnight in Vienna.

Breakfast at hotel.
Departure to the panoramic city tour.
Head for St. Stephan’s Cathedral, Vienna’s 12th century Gothic basilica, crowned by a 450 foot steeple.
Climb the spiral steps of the South Tower for an amazing panoramic view of the city. Following your tour of the cathedral, stroll up the pedestrian only Kärntnerstrasse, the main shopping street, towards Staatsoper. This elegant and imposing building is Austria’s leading opera house and presents some of the world’s greatest music.At the afternoon visit the Hofburg Palace, the winter palace of the Habsburgs. The complex is so vast that you are not likely to see it all in one day so try to visit the main attractions, including the Albertina, Augustinerkirche, Kaiserappartments (Imperial Apartments) and the magnificent Schatzkammer (Imperial Treasury), home of the Habsburg jewels, including the crowns of the Holy Roman and Austrian empires as well as the greatest treasure, the Imperial Crown, dating from 962.
Overnight in Vienna.


Breakfast at the hotel.
Departure to the the Schönbrunn Palace, the stunning summer palace of the Habsburgs where you will want to see the State Apartments, followed by the Gloriette, the marble summerhouse and the palace’s Imperial Gardens. Afterwards, take a break at Tiroler House (west of Gloriette). This was the favorite retreat of the Empress Elilsabeth, but is nowadays a small restaurant and café.At the afternoon, plan to spend the afternoon at Kumsthistorisches Museum, housing the world’s largest collection of Bruegels, along with the works of old masters such as Dürer, Rubens, and Rembrandt.
On your final night in Vienna, make your way to the Prater where you can enjoy an exceptional panorama over the city at night from the top of the iconic Riesenrad ferris wheel.
Overnight in Vienna.


Breakfast at hotel.
Today we continue the trio to Budapest.
Transfer to the train station and departure to Budapest. ( aprx 3 hrs)
Arrival and transfer to the hotel for check in
At the afternoon, departure to sightseeing cruise on the Danube, where you can relaz and admire the panorama of the city, including the imposing Parliament building( the second largest in Europa after Westminster), from de beautiful Blue Danube.
Overnight in Budapest.


Breakfast at hotel.
Departure for city sightseeing tour. The tour begins at the Opera House with a short ride by Millennium metro (the first underground metro line in continental Europe) to reach Heroes’ Square and City Park. Afterwards visit of the Vajdahynyad Castle complex followed by a stop at the Szechenyi bath house where the guide will explain about Hungarian bath culture. Continuing on, you will see the areas of Deak Square, Elizabeth Square and St Stephen’s Basilica. Free time for lunch.
Following a short stroll along the Vaci pedestrian street and Vorsomarthy Square, you will head down to Danube Promenade for spectacular views of Gellert hill and Citadel, Buda Hill and the Buda Castle district. After a brief stop at the former municipal hall you will cross the famous Chain Bridge. Then you will climb up the stairs into the Buda Castle district to see the Royal Palace, Matthias church and Fisherman’s Bastion. From Fisherman´s Bastion, you watch the sun set over Pest.
Overnight in Budapest.


Breakfast at hotel.
Transfer back to the airport for check-in and your flight home.
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