Prague - Vienna - Budapest 8 days

Prague - Vienna - Budapest 8 days

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Themes: Romantic City

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04/09/2017 07/09/2017


About the city

Prague is the capital city and largest city of the Czech Republic. It is located on the Vltava River in central bohemia. Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. For those interested in art, history, classical music, and architecture, Prague is a must see. Beautiful buildings and architecture can be seen around every corner. The River Vltava runs through the middle of Prague. Many bridges span the river but it’s the Charles Bridge, which is pedestrianized that visitors are drawn to for its combination of Gothic construction and Baroque Statues. Here there are street vendors selling all sorts of things, and in the distance on the hill is the Castle, considered the historic nexus of the city. The Old Town Square is one of two main squares in Prague and where some of the main attractions of the city are located such as the Old Town Hall Tower, the Astronomical Clock, the Church of Our Lady before Tyn and St. Nicholas Church. Since 1992, the historic center of Prague has been included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Prague's city center is a museum of 900 years' of architecture, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, 19th-century revivals of all of them, and Art Nouveau remain amazingly undisturbed by the 20th century. Prague is truly an architectural delight.

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Clarion Hotel Prague City

  • At 0.4 km from the center
  • Tylovo namesti 15, Praga 12000
A stay at Clarion Hotel Prague City places you in the heart of Prague, within a 15-minute walk of Wenceslas Square and Czech National Museum. This 4-star hotel is 1.3 mi (2.2 km) from Dancing House and 2.1 mi (3.3 km) from Prague Astronomical Clock....
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  • 3 Accommodation nights

1 Activities

Full-Day Prague Tour with Vltava River Cruise, Prague Castle and Lunch

day 1 - Full-Day Prague Tour with Vltava River Cruise, Prague Castle and Lunch
Combine history, art and architecture on this full-day tour of Prague. See Prague Castle, one of Europe’s largest medieval castles, and take a cruise on the Vltava River. Discover Prague’s top attractions, including the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Lesser Town, the National Theatre, Wenceslas Square and more! Enjoy a 3-course lunch at a restaurant meal close to Prague Castle. Then, enjoy a relaxing cruise on the Vltava River, accompanied by refreshments and informative commentary from your guide.
07/09/2017 ECONOMY
Czech Republic
Prague Main Railway Station / 2:30
3h 55m Nonstop
6:25 Vienna Erdberg
07/09/2017 09/09/2017


About the city

Vienna is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Austria. It is a beautiful romantic city and famous for its coffee culture and cafes, classical music and concert halls, historical buildings, horse-drawn carriages, and its charming streets. There is a rich cultural diversity in Vienna, and its location at the very heart of Europe makes it also an excellent starting point for travelling around Europe. Vienna an impressing city to visit, the city is dominated by the Ringstrasse, a four kilometer long boulevard which encircles the center of the city. The city is filled with modern conveniences and attractions but blanketed as well with reminders of a great historical and cultural heritage. Excellent museums, palaces, gardens, architectural triumphs, remnants of ancient inhabitants, statuary, and grand cafes blend with trendy shops, excellent restaurants, accessible musical venues, modern museums and sculpture, and upscale hotels to make Vienna a very attractive. The extensive pedestrianized streets of the old city are a delight, lined by beautiful old buildings, populated by the young and old, filled with local shops, boutiques and cafes, and with the unexpected around every turn. The center city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Vienna is history and music, poetry and culture, modernism and tradition, nostalgia and grandeur.

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Renaissance Wien Hotel

  • At 4.2 km from the center
  • Linke wienzeile/ullmannstrasse 71, Vienna 1150
With a stay at Renaissance Wien Hotel in Vienna, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Schoenbrunn Palace and Mariahilfer Street. This 4-star hotel is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Wiener Stadthalle and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Vienna State Opera. Be sure to enj...
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  • 2 Accommodation nights

1 Activities

Austrian Dinner Show

day 4 - Admission
Feast on a traditional Austrian dinner while enjoying a musical and dance extravaganza that takes in everything Austrian from Viennese waltzes to the Sound of Music and more.

- Immerse yourself in a night of Austrian music and food
- All your favourite Austrian songs
- A sumptuous three course meal

This is a trip down memory lane like no other as you realise just how many songs from this small country have entered your consciousness.

This is an extremely popular show – and for good reason. Austrian music and Alpine cuisine is a winning combination, and when you throw that unquantifiable dynamic that the locals call Gemütlichkeit (comfort and cosiness), you have a rip-roaring night of nostalgia and fun. Embark on a musical journey from the mountains of Tyrol, the lovely lakes of the Salzkammergut, and from the romantic Danube Valley to the Rathauskeller in the heart of Habsburg Vienna.

Dine while enjoying traditional folk tunes and dazzling dances, a spirited Alpine Ländler, romantic arias from Salzburg and waltzes and operettas from Vienna. Expect to hear such all-time classics as the Edelweiss from the Sound of Music and the Merry Widow as well as the greatest Waltz of all time, the Blue Danube, performed by a ballet ensemble.

A delicious three-course menu will be served , with a starter of smoked ham terrine, a main of Viennese rump steak with served with roast potatoes and pickled gherkin followed by dessert of emperor’s fluffy soufflé with stewed plums.

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Voucher type: Printed
Printed Voucher. Print and bring the voucher to enjoy the activity.

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End point: Same as starting point

Opening dates
Monday/Wednesday/Friday/Saturday, 20:00 - 22:30

Duration: 2,5 Hours

Children under seven years enter free of charge (no meal will be served).

Please wear appropriate clothing for the occasion.
09/09/2017 ECONOMY
Hauptbahnhof Wien / 9:42
9B 8111
1h 11m Nonstop
10:53 Győr-Pér International Airport
09/09/2017 11/09/2017


About the city

Budapest is known as one of Europe’s most stunning cities. It may be thanks to its impressive surroundings, the Danube River that divides the city, the Buda hills to the west and the Great Plain to the east or due to its varied and beautiful architecture: Renaissance, Byzantine, Neo-Classical, and Art-Nouveau buildings coexist in perfect harmony. Its extensive World Heritage Site includes: the banks of the Danube, Buda Castle Quarter, Andrassy Avenue, Hero’s Square, and the Millennium Underground Railway. To top that, the city has 80 geothermal springs, the world’s largest water cave system where visitors can indulge in a relaxing bath. Budapest became a single city in 1873, occupying both banks of the river Danube, to the west there is Buda and Pest lays at the east. Both sides of the city have very different personalities. Buda is the quiet section of the city. Walking around Buda, travelers will be able to inspect the Castle Quarter and explore the narrow cobbled streets that lead to the Fishermen’s bastion with its fairytale towers, which represent the 7 tribes that existed in the city in the 9th century. This decorative fortification is located atop the Buda Castel Hill and offers the best panoramic view in Budapest. The eastern side, Pest, is where all the action takes place. This section of the city has a fin-de-siècle feel to it and nearly every building has some interesting or unusual detail. Visitors will be invited to take long strolls on its wide boulevards filled with all sorts of shops or enjoy a well-deserved coffee in its grand coffee houses. Pest is home to the parliament building and the Dohari street synagogue, the largest synagogue in Europe. The scars of WWII are still present in the city, bullet holes and shrapnel scorings left over from the Second World War and the 1956 Uprising are still visible in some of the facades, painful reminders of this grey period of history. There are several tributes honoring the Hungarian Jews that lost their lives, as the poignant Shoes on the Danube memorial or the Raoul Wallenberg Holocaust Memorial Park. This side of the river is also considered the cultural heart of the city with numerous art galleries and with more opera, concerts and ballet performances than there are days of the week. The capital’s best restaurants are found in Pest too, and it’s here the nightlife wrestles with until the early hours as well. For a unique drink try a Ruin Pub, Budapest’s network of bars in disused buildings that include former tenement houses, factory buildings and community centres. Budapest has combined all its influences and overcome its complex history to shape its own character, and sure it did it right.

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NH Budapest City

  • At 1.4 km from the center
  • Vígszínház utca 3., Budapest 1137
In the heart of Budapest, NH Budapest City is within a 5-minute drive of Parliament Building and Szechenyi Chain Bridge. This 4-star hotel is 1.1 mi (1.7 km) from St. Stephen's Basilica and 1.7 mi (2.8 km) from Heroes' Square. Don't miss out on recr...
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  • 2 Accommodation nights

1 Activities

Budapest Grand City Tour with Hotel Pick-up

day 6 - Grand city Tour - Default

Budapest Grand City Tour with Hotel Pick-up:

Passing by the Parliament we cross the Danube on the Margaret-Bridge (Margaret-Island) and drive to the Royal Castle area on the Buda side, where we take a short walk of the Fisherman’s Bastion and the Matthias Church (Exterior). Next we go up to the Gellért Hill (Photostop) where you have a great view of whole Budapest. From here we cross Elisabeth-Bridge and drive towards Heroes’ Square (Promenade) on the Andrassy Avenue. Passing by the Opera and St. Stephen’s Basilica we reach Hotel Inter-Continental – Eurama Office, where the tour ends.


-Hotel Pick-up.

-Live guiding.

-Air Conditioned bus.

-Castle Walking tour.

Not included:

-Hotel Drop-off.

-Entrance fees.

Important Information:

-Frequency: Daily (except Dec. 25 and Jan. 01) and National Holidays.

-Departure time: Morning 10:00 hrs or Afternoon 14:30 hrs.

-Duration: 3 hours

-End time: Morning 13:00 hrs. or Afternoon 17:30 hrs.

-Meeting point: Hotel Pick-up or Eurama Office in the Hotel Intercontinental (Budapest, Apáczai Csere János u. 12, 1052).

-End point: Eurama Office in the Hotel Intercontinental


Prague - Vienna - Budapest 8 days
Prague - Vienna - Budapest 8 days