A European holiday conjures up images of cozy cafes, cobblestone streets, and towering Medieval churches.
Add to that, tourist-free nooks where little gardens with benches beckon invitingly, long riverside walks and charming little villages that are waiting to be explored.
That’s what this tour is all about. Visit Budapest, Prague, Bratislava and Vienna over 8 days for their splendorous palaces, breathtaking landscapes, mouthwatering food and interesting history.
Come away with not just memories but with a plan to return on our Europe tour.
Arrival at Prague airport. Welcome at the airport by English speaking guide.
Transfer to the hotel.
On the way Panorama city tour in Prague.
Check –in in the hotel.
In the evening optional dinner in traditional Czech restaurant – Hospoda. Overnight in Prague
Post breakfast, take a sightseeing tour in the historical city center of Prague.
See all the highlights of Prague – Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, St. Vitus cathedral, Old town hall and astronomical clock, National Theatre, Old Town Square, and many more.
In the evening optional dinner on river cruise. Overnight in Prague.
After breakfast, check out from the hotel in Prague.
Departure to the Bratislava.
On the way stop in Brno.
Sightseeing tour in this second biggest city in Czech Republic and center of Moravia region.
Optional visit of Spilberg castle, which is above Brno.
Continue to area of Lednice – Valtice, which is famous for its wine production.
Optional visit of Valtice castle, one of the most romantic castles in Czech Republic.
Possible to have dinner in wine cellar with wine tasting.
In the late evening arrival in Bratislava.
Check in at the hotel.
Overnight in Bratislava.
Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Sightseeing tour of Historical Bratislava including all main highlights of this Beauty on Danube – Bratislava castle, St. Martin cathedral, Opera House, St. Michael`s gate, House of Hungarian parliament, Reduta philharmonic orchestra building, Slavin monument and many more.
In the afternoon half day tour to Small Carpathian Wine Road.
Small Carpathian Wine Road is the most popular wine region of Slovakia, which produces Empress Maria Theresa’s favourite wine – Frankovka Modra.
Also see the Red Stone Castle, boasting the biggest cellars in Central Europe, used to store the wine.
Visit of handicraft factory of local pottery – Majolika.
Watch pottery being made in the traditional way.
In the evening degustation of local fine wine with traditional wine dinner in the “Mecca of Slovakian wine production”, Pezinok.
Return to the hotel. Overnight in Bratislava.
After breakfast, check out from the hotel in Bratislava and depart to Budapest.
The road to Budapest goes through one of the most historic regions of Central Europe – Danube Bend.
Stop in Esztergom.
Esztergom is located close to the Slovakian border.
The city is famous for Esztergom cathedral, and is the residence of the Hungarian Archbishop for more than 1015 years and bridge of Marie–Valerie, which was opened by Emperor Franz Joseph.
The bridge connects Slovakia and Hungary.
Continue to Visegrad, it is famous for its castle, which is above the city.
The last stop is in Szentendre, a historical town, where you can visit the biggest open air museum in Hungary.
Go on to Budapest and have optional dinner on a river cruise with folklore and operetta show.
Overnight in Budapest.
In the morning after breakfast take the half day sightseeing tour in the historical city center of Budapest.
Our walking tour shows all the highlights of the imperial city of Budapest – Matthias church, St.Stephen`s Basilica, Fisherman`s bastion, Chain bridge and many more.
Opt for some free time in Budapest in the afternoon, or visit the best spa in town, the Szechenyi Thermal Bath and Pool.
Budapest is well known for its thermal springs.
In the evening, optional folklore dinner in Csarda – traditional Hungarian restaurant with folk music.
Overnight in Budapest.
Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Vienna.
After arrival take the city tour with main highlights of the historical city center – St. Stephan cathedral, Imperial palace (Hofburg), Town hall, Opera House and many more.
In the afternoon optional visit of the summer residence of Austrian emperors – Schonbrunn.
In the evening optional dinner in city center, or dinner with classical music.
Overnight in Vienna.
Buffet breakfast at hotel.
Check out from the hotel.
Have coffee & cake in the famous Sacher café, or go shopping at Parndorf outlet factory close to Vienna.
Transfer to Vienna airport.
This tour is just a sample itinerary of one among many possible Europe tours. Customizations possible but we require at least 48 hours for any customizations. You can chop and change any part of this itinerary. This is not a fixed departure tour.
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