We welcome you to the magnificent continent of Europe. Our Tour Manager will meet you at the arrivals hall after immigration. Welcome to the city of Prague. It is one of the largest cities of Central Europe and has served as the capital of the historic region of Bohemia for centuries. The city has a rich architectural heritage that reflects both the uncertain currents of history in Bohemia and an urban life extending back more than 1,000 years. Later, we proceed for a city tour. You will see some of the cultural treasures of this historic city, including the Old Town, the original heart of the city, with sights such as the Powder Gate and the Old Town Hall. Visit the Castle District (outside guiding) and later enjoy time at leisure to visit the Golden Lane, that was named after the goldsmiths who lived there in the 17th century or stroll through the narrow streets of the city center. In the evening enjoy the czechian local kitchen at a typical czech restaurant! Don´t forget to try the traditional beer, it is delicious! Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel. Meals: Dinner
After breakfast, we proceed for a day excursion to Karlovy Vary. Discover Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad), one of the most captivating spa towns in Europe. This popular west Bohemia spa town sometimes referred to as Carlsbad or Karlsbad is noted for its 13 curative thermal springs and approximately 300 smaller springs. Take a stroll along its elegant colonnades. Taste its hot mineral springs. The Moser Glassworks are sure to amaze as you see how the world famous Bohemia crystal is made. There will be also enough time for a traditional Czech lunch, souvenir shopping or spa treatment in the mineral water of this stunning town. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast we proceed to an Orientation tour of Salzburg. For centuries, Prince Archbishops represented the worldly and clerical power in this independent principality. Impressive monuments still bear witness to their rein. Renowned architects and artists worked through the centuries to create architectural masterpieces. Get to know Salzburg with it's Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque elements. Continue your journey to Vienna, the capital city of Austria & its cultural, economic and political centre. Few cities in the world glide so effortlessly between the present and the past like Vienna. Its splendid historical face is easily recognized: grand imperial palaces and bombastic baroque interiors, museums flanking magnificent squares and, above all, the Hofburg – where the Habsburg rulers lived, loved and married into empires. The capital scores highly thanks to the first-rate musical and cultural attractions at its concert halls, museums and theaters - from the Golden Hall of the Musikverein to the acclaimed Museum of Fine Arts and the State Opera House. Vienna is also a byword for epicurean enjoyment, with centuries of traditions shaping its coffee houses and Heuriger wine taverns. & enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel. Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
Day 5 : Vienna - city tour & visit to Schonnbrunn Palace
After breakfast today, we begin our city tour with the most significant sights of Vienna. Along the Ringstrasse we see magnificent buildings, such as the MAK, the State Opera House, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Natural History Museum, the cultural district the Museums Quartier, the former Habsburg winter residence, the Hofburg, the Parliament, the City Hall and the Burgtheater. Later visit the Schonbrunn Palace which was the summer residence of the Austrian Emperors for nearly 150 years. It was built between 1695 and 1749 with over 100 rooms and beautiful gardens. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel. Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
Day 6 : Bratislava Orientation tour - Onto Budapest
After breakfast today, we proceed to Bratislava - the capital of Slovakia. It is also the political, cultural and economic centre of Slovakia. Bratislava is neatly divided by the Danube River. On the north bank are the less attractive high-rise blocks erected under Communist occupation (1968-89). On the north bank is the comparatively tiny but beautifully restored historic quarter of the Old Town (Stare Mesto), now devoted almost entirely to tourism. Bratislava Old Town, much of which is pedestrianised, is characterized by its charming Hapsburg baroque architecture, including many former palaces. Hlavne Square sits at its heart, containing the Old City Hall, and parallel, running north to south, the old Michalska and Venturska streets lead past a number of historical sites. The town has a rich musical pedigree and includes the childhood performance venues of Mozart and Franz Liszt. Zelená Ulica runs off Michalska and is one of the narrowest streets in the city, home to Academia Istropolitana, the first university in the Hungarian Kingdom. Don't miss a stroll along the charming pedestrian promenade which begins at the National Theatre with its statuary, fountains and many cafés. At the other end of the Old Town is St Martin's Cathedral, which hosted the coronation of exiled Hungarian kings during the period when most of Hungary was under Ottoman rule. The city also boasts a number of copper-domed churches, palaces, and, just outside the walls, the dominant landmark of Bratislava Castle. Later, we proceed to the hotel for a comfortable overnight stay. Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
After breakfast, we proceed to we proceed to Budapest, which is Hungary’s principal political, cultural, commercial, industrial, and transportation centre. With green filled parks full of charming pleasures, museums that will inspire, and a pulsating nightlife that is on par with its European counterparts, Budapest is one of Europe's most delightful and enjoyable cities. Thanks to the perfect location, inhabitants' hospitality and memorable monuments it is mentioned as "Little Paris of Central Europe" and "Pearl of Danube". On our city tour we see the Chain bridge, the Parliament (the most picturesque building of the city) and the Castle. We drive to the Gellert Hill (Citadel) for the amazing view of Budapest, after that – Central Market hall with the largest synagogue of Europe. We take a photo stop at Heroes square - one of the major squares of Budapest, rich with historic and political connotations. Its iconic statue complex, the Millennium Memorial, was completed in 1900, the same year the square was named "Heroes' Square". Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel. Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
After breakfast, we bid goodbye to Europe as we receive a transfer to the airport in time to board your flight back home. With an enriching experience of a lifetime, it’s time to take home happy memories of the beautiful places visited, which you will treasure for a lifetime.
Accommodation » Pick-up » Drop » Sightseeing » 07 Nights’ accommodation with Breakfast at 3 star properties 07 Dinners at Indian restaurant Services of Professional Experienced Indian Tour Manager PRAGUE: City tour of PragueDay Excursion to Karlovy VaryVisit to Cesky KrumlovSALZBURG: Orientation Tour of SalzburgVIENNA: Orientation Tour of Vienna Visit Schonbrunn PalaceBRATISLAVA: Orientation Tour of Bratislava BUDAPEST: Orientation Tour of Budapest
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