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Prague to Budapest

Prague to Budapest

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10 Days / 9 Nights

Embark on a mesmerizing 10-day adventure through Central Europe, where a tapestry of history, culture, and architectural wonders awaits. Your journey commences in the fairy-tale city of Prague, where cobblestone streets and medieval charm set the stage for an unforgettable experience. From there, immerse yourself in the picturesque landscapes of Český Krumlov, with its UNESCO-listed castle and Renaissance allure. The exploration continues to the Czech Republic’s hidden gems – Telč and Třebíč – both UNESCO World Heritage sites. Discover their well-preserved treasures, offering a fascinating glimpse into centuries of history and architectural brilliance. Crossing into Austria, Vienna beckons with imperial grandeur and artistic splendours. Marvel at the opulent Habsburg palaces, wander through vibrant markets, and immerse yourself in the city’s rich musical heritage. The journey then takes you to Bratislava, Slovakia’s capital, where medieval streets and modern vibes coexist harmoniously. Explore the historic castle, stroll through charming squares, and experience the unique fusion of tradition and innovation. Your adventure culminates in Budapest, Hungary’s jewel on the Danube. From the grandeur of Buda Castle to the therapeutic embrace of Pest’s thermal baths, Budapest captivates with its blend of oldworld charm and dynamic contemporary spirit. Join us on this 10-day expedition, where each city unfolds a distinct chapter of European history and culture. Revel in the diversity of cuisines, soak in breathtaking landscapes, and create lasting memories in the heart of Central Europe, where every moment is a new discovery.

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Tour Plan

Day 1: Arrival in Prague
Prague is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Central Europe. It is a frontier of the modern West and the former Iron Curtain, hiding such beauty and elegance that you will be amazed. Prague has a bit of everything: historical monuments, admirable architecture, as well as vast gardens and parks. Check in to your accommodation in Prague, and rest for a bit after your journey. In the late afternoon, walking tour to the Old Town Square, one of the most iconic parts of the city. Admire the gothic architecture of the Týn Church, the baroque St. Nicholas Church, and the Old Town Hall with its astronomical clock, which dates to the 15th century. Hotel in Prague
Day 2: Exploring Prague's Castles and Bridges
Beautiful architecture is one of the main Prague symbols. Charles Bridge, a dominant soaring above the Vltava River. The monumental Prague Castle, an old seat of Bohemian monarchs, more than a thousand years old. St. Vitus Cathedral with its elaborate stained-glass windows and strong spiritual atmosphere. There is a lot to see in Prague! Guided walking tour: start your day by visiting the magnificent Prague Castle, one of the largest castle complexes in the world. It has a history dating back over 1,000 years, and was the seat of power for Bohemian kings, Holy Roman Emperors, and Czechoslovakian presidents. The castle is also home to the beautiful St. Vitus Cathedral, which took over 500 years to build, and boasts Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque elements. Cross the famous Charles Bridge and take in the views of the Vltava River and the city. The bridge is lined with 30 Baroque statues and was built in the 14th century. In the evening take a river cruise on the Vltava River to see the city from a different perspective. Hotel in Prague
Day 3: Day Trip to Holašovice and Český Krumlov
Český Krumlov, is a town where you either want to live or at least visit repeatedly. The town surrounded with meanders of the Vltava River used to be a seat of many powerful Bohemian families. Today, there is a protected monument reservation in the centre, a large collection of the work of Egon Schiele, and one of the most beautiful castles and chateaus in the Czech Republic. Thanks to its unique preserved medieval core, Český Krumlov is included on the UNESCO list. Get to know Krumlov and fall in love with it before you finish reading the following lines. Guided tour to Holašovice and Český Krumlov : Take a stroll through Holašovice and marvel at the unique and charming architecture of the buildings. The village is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and its Baroque-style houses, barns, and chapels are well-preserved and beautifully maintained. Continue to Český Krumlov, a beautiful and charming town in the South Bohemian region of the Czech Republic, known for its well-preserved medieval architecture and stunning castle. Visit a Castle, which dates back to the 13th century and continue exploring its gardens. Later, head down to the historic Old Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the winding cobblestone streets and alleys and admire the well-preserved Gothic and Renaissance architecture. Visit the Church of St. Vitus, which features beautiful frescoes and stained-glass windows. In the evening walk along the Vltava River and soak up the laidback atmosphere of the town. Hotel in Český Krumlov
Day 4: Telč and Třebíč
From Český Krumlov head to Telč, a fairy tale town situated in the Moravia. The town centre has been inscribed to the UNESCO Heritage List in 1992 and it represents a great architectural jewel. The history of this laid-back town dates to the 12th century but after the big fire, which hit the town in the 16th century, the whole city centre had to be renovated again. And so, a Telč Château and beautiful renaissance and baroque houses with arcades and richly decorated gables has been built at the main square. In the afternoon, transfer to UNESCO town Třebíč Explore the Jewish Quarter and the Basilica of St. Procopius, both are an example of the close co-existence of Christian and Jewish culture in Třebíč from the Middle Ages until the 20th century. The Basilica of St. Procopius was originally built as a part of the Benedictine monastery in the early 13th century, and it was influenced by the Western European ideas in its construction. Hotel in Třebíč
Day 5: Vienna
Transfer to Vienna Next stop, the beautiful Austrian city of Vienna! As you step into Vienna, embark on a captivating, guided walking tour that unveils the city's UNESCO-credited treasures. Marvel at the imperial grandeur of the Hofburg Palace, be awestruck by the architectural splendor of St. Stephen’s Cathedral, experience the cultural resonance of the State Opera, admire the artistic uniqueness of Hundertwasser house, revel in the civic grandiosity of the City Hall, and appreciate the exquisite beauty of the Belvedere. Hotel in Vienna
Day 6: Vienna
Guided tour in Schönbrunn: Delve deeper into Vienna's imperial history with a guided tour of the magnificent Schönbrunn Palace. Wander through the opulent rooms where royalty once walked, marvel at the meticulously manicured gardens, and uncover the stories that echo through this UNESCO World Heritage site. Gain insights into the lives of the Habsburgs as you explore this architectural masterpiece. Visit Prater and giant ferris wheel Experience the thrill of Vienna's iconic amusement park, Prater, where nostalgia and modern entertainment converge. Take a ride on the world-famous Giant Ferris Wheel, a symbol of the city since 1897. As you ascend, marvel at panoramic views of Vienna, creating lasting memories against the backdrop of this historic and vibrant city. Hotel in Vienna
Day 7: Bratislava
Visit Bratislava Castle: This iconic castle is located on a hill overlooking the city and the Danube. River. The castle dates to the 9th century and has been rebuilt several times over the years. The castle is now a museum and offers stunning views of the city and the surrounding countryside. The Old Town of Bratislava is a charming area with narrow streets, historic buildings, and beautiful architecture. Be sure to visit the Main Square, Michael's Gate, and St. Martin's Cathedral. Try the Slovak Cuisine which is hearty and delicious, with many traditional dishes featuring meat, potatoes, and cabbage. Be sure to try traditional dishes such as bryndzové halušky (potato dumplings with sheep cheese), goulash, and klobása (sausage). Hotel in Bratislava
Day 8: Budapest
Transfer to Budapest, a beautiful city with many historic sites, great food, and thermal baths. Stop in Gyor and Esztegon: explore the well-preserved historic center of Gyor, adorned with Baroque buildings and cobbled streets. Its captivating atmosphere and architectural heritage offer a pleasant interlude, providing a glimpse into Hungary's provincial charm. Continue your journey with a stop in Esztergom, a town steeped in religious history and boasting the grand Esztergom Basilica. Marvel at the architectural magnificence of Hungary's largest church, set against the backdrop of the Danube River. Immerse yourself in the town's cultural richness before proceeding to the dynamic allure of Budapest. Hotel in Budapest
Day 9: Budapest
Embark on a full-day tour through the captivating city of Budapest, beginning at the lively Central Market Hall, a sensory haven of fresh produce and local crafts. Immerse yourself in Hungary's rich history at the Hungarian National Museum before delving into the poignant narrative at the Dohány Street Synagogue, a significant landmark in Budapest's Jewish heritage. Marvel at the neoclassical grandeur of St. Stephen's Basilica, cross the iconic Chain Bridge, and reflect on history at the Shoes on the Danube Bank memorial along the picturesque Danube Riverside. Explore the Gothic Revival beauty of the Hungarian Parliament and conclude your day atop Castle Hill with Buda Castle, where medieval architecture and panoramic views encapsulate the rich tapestry of Budapest's cultural, historical, and architectural treasures. Hotel in Budapest
Day 10: Budapest
Farwell to Budapest, drop off at the airport for your onwards flight.

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