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Vienna- Vienna, also described as Europe's cultural capital, is a metropolis with unique charm, vibrancy and flair. It boasts outstanding infrastructure, is Clean and safe, and has all the inspiration that you COU/d Wish for in order to discover this wonderful part of Europe. Vienna is a dream city for anyone with a romantic streak or an interest in history.
Bratislava- The Capital of the Slovak Republic BRATISLAVA, also referred to as the Beauty on the Danube can not only boast interesting history but it also is the centre of the most dynamically developing region of central Europe at present Bratislava is a small historical city, but largest in Slovakia and a youngest european metropolis. Enjoy the shopping, dining and natural wonders Bratislava has to offer as a reemerging sparkler of history, culture, business and recreation.
Budapest- A city in a stunning natural setting with a rich architectural and historical heritage, offering an unmatched combination of culture, fine cuisine and thermal baths. A city on either side of the majestic Danube: Buda, with its romantic streets and alleyways, and Pest, an effervescent cultural centre. Divided in two by the Danube, the city is made up of Buda on one Side: With Ottoman-era thermal baths at the foot Of the spectacular Gel/ért Hill, the royal palace and Matthias Church, it radiates calm and peace. One the other side lies Pest, vibrant and lively, with its slew of museums rich in cultural and historical treasures, extraordinary Secessionist architecture, its majestic Parliament building considered as one of the most magnificent in the world, Saint Stephen's Basilica surrounded by pedestrian streets, and its entirely renovated Jewish Quarter and Palace District.
Prague- The Czech Republic's largest city, and also its capital, Prague strategically hugs the Vltava River and has always played an important part in central Europe's politics, culture and economy. The beautiful and picturesque Charles Bridge straddles the river banks, famous for its classic monuments as it is for the breathtaking views it offers of the city. Prague's rich Jewish history can be experienced in the city's Jewish Museum, the Jewish Quarter with the Old-New Synagogue and the haunting Jewish cemetery dating back 1000 years. Prague offers visitors interesting ways to discover its culinary delights, from beer and brewery tours to lunch in world famous beer gardens.Detailed Itinerary
Arrive at Airport & transfer to hotel by your own arrangement. The rest of day is at leisure so that you can relax after your long-haul flight
Please note: The Tour Manager will catch up with you as soon as you arrive at the hotel. The check-in time is 1500 hrs.
Following breakfast, we'll go on to a narrated panoramic city tour of Vienna. While traveling along the Ring Boulevard, we pass the State Opera House, the Parliament, City Hall, and Burgtheater. We also stop for photos at the Belvedere Palace, which served as Prince Eugene's former summer home, and the Hofburg, which served as the Habsburg family's former winter palace. Our final trip to Schonbrunn Palace (Excluding tickets). We will drop you off at Vienna Boulevard and the most well-known shopping area, Ringstrasse, where you can spend some time at your leisure and explore on your own when the Schonbrunn tour is over. Later we will have dinner at Indian restaurant and proceed for Check-into the hotel.
Check out and get on the coach going through Bratislava to Budapest. We depart this morning for the Slovakian Republic, stopping at the capital city of Bratislava, which is home to ancient artifacts and monuments going back to the early Stone Age. Both ancient and modern, Bratislava has endured rule by the Celts, Romans, Kingdom of Hungary, Austro-Hungarian Empire, and the Soviet Union. Yet it is one of Europe's newest capitals.We travel on into Hungary until we reach Budapest, where you have dinner at an Indian eatery. You'll later check into your hotel in the Budapest Region.
After breakfast, continue on a guided Orientation city tour of Budapest that includes stops at the Liberty Bridge, the Hungarian Parliament Building, and Buda Castle, which can only be seen from the outside. Visit the Hosok Tere, one of Budapest's major squares, the St. Stephen's Basilica, the Hungarian Champs-Élysées, and Váci Street, possibly the most famous street in the city. Danube Promenade: Budapest, Hungary's Danube Promenade is situated on the Pest side of the city. From the Széchenyi Chain Bridge to the Erzsébet Bridge, this promenade runs along the Danube riverbank, you will have some free time. Later we will have dinner at Indian restaurant.
Check out and get on the bus to Prague, Czech Republic's capital. Will visit Brno while in Prague, a city that combines a strong history with modernism and innovation. The capital of Moravia is not only a great site to visit but also a city with many universities, a business center, and great neighborhoods. There are galleries, museums, cafés, clubs, and festivals in this city. You will be dropped off in the city's center so you may go exploring on your own. then travel to Prague. the hotel check-in process. A meal in an Indian restaurant.
After Breakfast, proceed for a guided Orientation city tour of Prague to St. Vitus Cathedral, Charles Bridge, St. Nicholas church, National Museum,State Opera,and Wenceslas Square with its statue of St. Wenceslas, Dancing House & most famous Prague Castle (entrance ticket not included). Later enjoy a cruise at Vltava River. Balance day is free at leisure to explore the city on your own. A meal in an Indian restaurant.
Breakfast. Take a taxi (on your own) to the Airport.