Admire the cultural delights of Central Europe as you explore the cities of Prague, Vienna and Budapest during this amazing tour. From the intriguing, beautiful capital city of Czech Republic, Prague; to the ‘City of Music’, Vienna; to the delightful city Budapest, the tour gives you a terrific insight into the heart of the continent like never before.
Start your journey from Prague, where you will be received by our local representative, and he/she will ensure you have a lovely stay in the city. While embarking upon a sightseeing tour of the city, explore the Municipal House, Wenceslas Square, the National Museum, Charles Square followed by a ride along the beautiful riverside, across the River Vltava to Prague Castle. You will also get the chance to visit the city center and Old Town Square to admire the Tyn Church, St. Nicholas Church and the Astronomical Clock on the Old Town Hall.
Take a tour of the stunning Charles Bridge, Petrin Hill, Karlstejn Castle, Strahov Monastery, among other attractions during your leisure time in Prague. Visit the Danube Valley, Salzburg, Prague or Bratislava cities while in town. You can also stay in the city and check out the Mozart and Johann Strauss concert, Schonbrunn Zoo, Giant Ferris Wheel or take a memorable Danube River cruise.
The delightful trip takes you to Vienna, next. The imperial grandeur of the ‘City of Music’ will leave you awestruck. The land of musical giants like Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and many others’, Vienna offers a lifestyle unlike any other city in the country. Small, cosy coffee houses, buzzing restaurants, innovative museums and architectural grandeur of the city will mesmerize your senses.
Travel to Budapest next, and soak in the breathtaking sights of Castle District, Citadella and drive along the Andrassy Avenue until Heroes’ Square; passing by many sights in the city. Savour the myriad sights like the Chain Bridge, Matthias Church, Fishermen’s Bastion, Gellert Hill, Central Market Hall, Elisabeth Bridge, Budapest Zoo, Amusement Park and the Heroes’ Square. In your leisure day, visit the local markets and tourist hubs of Budapest.Show More Show Less
Hungary is a tiny bunch of surprizes. This beautiful little landlocked country nestled in the heart of Europe has a lot of richness to offer. You can expect mesmerizing landscapes, vibrant lifestyle oozing with tradition and culture, distinct language and great varieties of food and wines. It’s a land of smart people who are revered for numerous inventions. They are also known to be passionate sports lovers. Apart from that, you will be awed to see how these admirable people preserve the stirring history of their mighty country. The age old stone castles standing strong will narrate the fears of invasion and slavery that the country once faced. Interactions with locals may unwind some jaw-dropping fables of kings, intrigues, battles and politics.
The most popular language used here is Hungarian which originates from Finno-Ugric tribe. Protestant and Jewish population are prominently present but the Roman Catholic population is dominant in most of the areas. Snuggling the Lake Balaton, which happens to be one of the largest lakes in Europe, the country mostly bears fertile land. The place is also blessed with hundreds of natural springs speckled all over the region. So do not miss to carry your swimsuits.
Climate falls under temperate zone. Thus the country witnesses standard continental climate. Winters can be chilling cold. You can also expect some snowing. Summers on the other hand are warm and pleasant.
Talking about the traditional food culture, their meals majorly consist of different kinds of meats, breads, garden-fresh vegetables and fruits, cheese and different other milk products. Tokaji is a sweet dessert win e which is a specialty drink here. It is also known as ‘wine of kings’.Buda Castle, Danube, Historic Spa Towns, Tihany, Cathedral of St. Peter and Buda Hills are the major attractions in Hungary. A holiday to Hungary with HolidayMe typically ranges from to