- Tour Map
- PDF Itinerary
- A guided tour of important places
- Air conditioned Transport
- Breakfast Every Morning
- Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
- Overnight Hotels / Pensions
- Photos of Your Holiday
- Professionally guided tour
- Unlimited bottled water
- VAT and city tax
- Welcome Drink
- Flights to/from Slovakia
- Meals, unless expressly stated
- Medical insurance and emergency insurance
- Personal expenses
- Services not specifically stated in the itinerary
- Tips to guide and driver
- Visa arrangements
We start with Vienna walking tour on a famous shopping street. 7 centuries of the Habsburg dynasty left here lots of treasures. It’s time to uncover and enter the Hofburg palace, Maria Therese square, Schonbrunn Palace. Wiener Schnitzel is a very special restaurant where once the monastery was.
Bratislava, the little-big capital offers relaxing walking through the historical Old town or sitting on one of the terraces on the Danube river on a new promenade in Eurovea gallery. It is very enjoyable and relaxing.
Prague – a world-known city, with nicknames such as City of Hundred Spires or Golden City. Very true! Know more about king Charles the IV and his mighty stone bridge, Astronomical clock, St. Vitus Cathedral. We’ll tell you the history details and will not leave out the tasty Czech meals & drinks.
Each of these three classy cities has something special. What you will like the most in Vienna, Bratislava, and Prague?
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- Day 5
- Day 6
- Day 7
WELCOME TO VIENNA!
We will meet you at the airport’s arrival hall, help you with your luggage, drive you safely and comfortably to your hotel in Vienna and help with the check-in process. Maximum comfort, mineral water on board, and a pleasant drive. Welcome drink and itinerary introduction. Your lovely holiday has just started. At leisure.
VIENNA – QUALITY SIGHTSEEING TOUR & FREE TIME
Morning: Start a day with a Quality Sightseeing tour to show you the highlights – famous State’s opera, gothic St. Stephan`s Cathedral, baroque St. Peter’s church, first café house in Vienna, the winter residence of former Habsburg dynasty, Museum’s quarter, Rathaus, Parliament. Shopping streets such as Kartnerstrasse, Am Graben and Kohlmarkt. Get an overview of Austrian history in an easy and understandable way. The glory of the days of the Austro-Hungarian empire, Maria Theresa and famous rulers of the Habsburg dynasty, interesting facts, famous musicians, painters, Sigmund Freud, and more.
Afternoon: Lunch break – in a traditional restaurant where you can try tasty Austrian delicacies. Will be the Wiener Schnitzel your most favorite? Marvelous Schonbrunn Palace – former summer residence of the Habsburgs with attractive interior exposition. At leisure. The innumerable Viennese cafés are favorite spots for both local and international coffee lovers. Time to take a rest with Viennese coffee and famous Sacher cake!
BRATISLAVA – THE BEAUTY ON THE DANUBE
Morning: Drive to Bratislava (1hr drive) and start with the tour of Devin castle – situated at the confluence of the Danube & Morava rivers. Its owners could control the important trade route along the Danube as well as one branch of the Amber Road. After admiring the beautiful castle ruin and enjoying views on Austria, we show you where once the “Iron curtain” – the former border between the West and the East used to stand. An overview of the communist history (1948-1989). Devin area is also famous for its current wine. Have you ever tried current wine? Try now, It’s a regional specialty. Drive back and visit Slavin (World War2 memorial) and symbol of the city – Bratislava castle – to enjoy stunning views of the Danube river and know more about its rich history. Afternoon: After a lunch break in the Old town (we will recommend you a great restaurant), continue with the quality sightseeing tour to show you the highlights of the Old town. Walking through the main square (admire a beautiful former town hall), the Primate Palace (outside) – the largest in Bratislava where the Treaty of Pressburg was signed in the Hall of Mirrors. Take pictures of some of our funny statues such as Cumil – the worker. Visit of the St. Martin’s Cathedral – the coronation place of 18 rulers including Austria-Hungarian empress Maria Theresa, walking through the only preserved entrance – Michaels gate. Late afternoon at leisure. You’ll get tips on which museum, the galleries worth seeing, where to enjoy coffee & cake, a glass of excellent Slovak wine, where to buy good quality souvenirs. Your guide is ready to help you.
PRAGUE – THE CAPITAL OF CZECHIA
PRAGUE CASTLE – THE LARGEST CASTLE COMPLEX IN THE WORLD
Morning: Stroll up to Prague Castle through the former royal route through historical streets, cross the Charles Bridge, one of Europe’s oldest stone bridges, and reach Lesser Town. Shortstop to admire the most beautiful baroque church of Prague – St. Nicholas church, then, continue through the former Royal Route we come up to the Prague Castle complex to discover the major sights within. Admire the architectural style from medieval times up to the 20th century Once a seat of the Bohemian kings, nowadays a seat of the Czech president Your guide brings the magnificent castle buildings to life by explaining their oft turbulent history, and their royal and presidential connections. See the changing of the guards. We admire and enter the largest and most important church – Saint Vitus Cathedral, it is the dominant Prague castle complex, many Czech rulers and important saints have their resting place here. The beautifully decorated interior created by medieval masters is lit to perfection by the rays of sunlight that stream through the beautiful stained-glass windows. Above all make sure to view the stained-glass windows by the Czech Art Nouveau artist Alfons Mucha. From the outside, look at the imposing mosaic of the Last Judgement above the Golden Gate. We’ll tell you the story. Our ticket will allow you to visit the ancient architecture of the Old Royal Palace and Romanesque basilica St. George and Golden lane – the tiny lane will amaze you. Legend has it that the colorful houses were inhabited by alchemists working for the emperor Rudolf II, who wanted to discover the legendary Elixir of Youth and the Philosopher’s Stone. True or not, it is a special street where also world-famous Prague writer Franz Kafka worked. After enjoying stunning views of Prague, we walk down to Lesser town, full of baroque-style buildings, home to government offices, embassies, and foreign diplomats. Afternoon – lunch break. Another great opportunity to try delicious Czech meals. Have you seen the narrowest street with a traffic light? What about the controversial Czech artist David Cerny and his famous statues? And of course, the John Lennon wall, the graffiti-covered wall, with a special history representing global ideals such as love and peace. Actually, the only place in the city where graffiti is legal. Walking back to the Old town via Manesov bridge and visit of Jewish Quarter (outside only). Evening – On your own Optional (not included in the package) If you would prefer a complete visit to a Jewish Quarter (with an entrance to all synagogues and cemetery, an advanced booking is necessary)
CESKY KRUMLOV – GEM AMONG THE CZECH UNESCO SIGHTS - VIENNA
Morning: Drive to Cesky Krumlov (2hrs drive). A quality sightseeing tour through narrow historical streets full of late gothic, renaissance, and baroque well-preserved houses. The town grew up within a meander of the Vltava river, which provides a natural setting of exceptional beauty. Have you ever heard about the stone you can’t find elsewhere in the world? Discover the mystery and beauty of the jewels from space – the light green to olive brownstones called the Moldavites. Walk up to the symbol of this town – a castle built on the rocky cliff, take a guided tour, later walk over the bridge, take pictures from the best viewpoints.
Afternoon: Lunch break and drive to Vienna (2hrs 45min drive). Free time in Vienna. Shopping. Relaxing. Enjoying. An evening concert is always a good idea.
FAREWELL AND DEPARTURE
Your memorable holiday comes to end today. We are ready to arrange for you an airport transfer for discounted price.
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This is one of our better Central European Tours with superb accommodation and most meals included.
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