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Imperial Capitals

Imperial Vienna, vibrant Budapest and the melancholic Prague

8 Days / Vienna Prague Bratislava Budapest Székesfehérvár

Bask in the splendor and romance of the imperial metropolises and marvel at magnificent imperial buildings surrounded by picturesque streets and historic cityscapes.

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Day
1
Arrival in Vienna

Afternoon

Arrival at Vienna Airport.
Meet your licensed English-speaking guide at the airport.

Transfer in private coach to your hotel. After check-in, enjoy some time to relax.

Evening

Meet your local English-speaking guide at the lobby of your hotel for a panoramic city tour.
You will admire magnificent imperial buildings and attractions such as the State Opera, the Art- and National History Museum, the Imperial Palace, the Parliament, the Old Town Hall, etc.
Then, enjoy a ride on the Giant Ferries Wheel. The view over Vienna by night is simply breathtaking!

Evening

Your licensed English-speaking guide accompanies you to your welcome dinner location at a traditional restaurant.
Overnight stay in Vienna.

Attraction of this day

Wiener riesenrad

Wiener Prater and the Giant Ferries Wheel

No other place in Vienna pours on the charm like Wiener Prater does - it is truly a melting pot of adventure, nostalgia and Viennese charm. The amusement park hosts one of Vienna's most famous landmarks - the Giant Ferries Wheel. Wiener Prater is in season only from May until October, the Giant Ferries Wheel and a handful of other attractions are open all year round. 

Day
2
Vienna

Morning

After breakfast, meet your local English-speaking guide at the lobby of your hotel and enjoy a visit to the magnificent Schönbrunn Palace.
Afterwards, transfer back to your hotel in Vienna.
Lunch on your own at one of the numerous restaurants in the old town of Vienna.

Afternoon

The afternoon is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

After an early dinner at a local restaurant, you enjoy a Strauss and Mozart concert performance at the Kursalon Vienna.
Overnight stay in Vienna.

Attractions of this day

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Schoenbrunn Palace

The former summer residence of the Habsburg family ranks among the most impressive Baroque buildings worldwide. In 1966, Schönbrunn Palace and gardens were certified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The outstanding architecture, the magnificent staterooms and the palace gardens are definitely worth a visit.

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Strauss and Mozart Concerts at Kursalon

Located in the heart of Vienna - where the Ringstraße leans against the green of the Vienna Stadtpark - this beautiful building constructed in Italian Renaissance style, is a charming and popular concert venue. The Salonorchestra "Alt Wien", one of the best-known interpreters of classical Viennese music, presents an evening full of Viennese charm with the lilting sound of waltzes, polkas, arias and duets, as well as operetta and piano concerto melodies. Accompanied by excellent opera vocalists and enchanting ballet soloists, Vienna's classical music reveals itself as a living firework display for all the senses.

Day
3
Vienna-Prague

Morning

After breakfast, meet your licensed English-speaking guide at the lobby of your hotel for a private transfer to Prague. Lunch on your own en-route to Prague. Upon arrival in Prague, check-in at your hotel. 

Afternoon

Meet your licensed English-speaking guide at the lobby of your hotel for an extended walking tour through the old town of Prague with the Old Town Square, the Old Town Hall and its astronomic clock, the Charles Bridge, the Powder tower, etc. Afterwards, discover the famous Jewish quarter Josefov. 
Then, walk back to your hotel. 

Evening

Meet your licensed English-speaking guide for a transfer to your dinner location at a local restaurant.
Overnight stay in Prague.       

Attraction of this day

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Prague Old Town

In 1992, Prague's Old Town was certified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The centre of Prague is characterized by small winding lanes and buildings of all architectural styles - look and see!

Day
5
Prague-(Bratislava)-Budapest

Morning

After breakfast, meet your licensed English-speaking guide for a transfer to Budapest via Bratislava. In Bratislava, enjoy a walking tour through the old town with your local guide. Then, enjoy lunch on your own. 

Afternoon

Onward journey to Budapest.
Upon arrival in Budapest, check-in at your hotel.

Evening

Meet your licensed English-speaking guide for a transfer to your dinner location at a local restaurant.
Overnight stay in Budapest. 

Attraction of this day

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Oldtown walking tour Bratislava

In Bratislava, you will start with a walking tour through the (traffic free) historic centre, passing by the Primatial Square, Old Town Hall, Main Square, Franciscan Square, Biela Street, Michalska Street, St. Martin Cathedral and many more. Afterwards, ascend the hill upwards to the Bratislava Castle, strolling through the exterior area and the beautiful park.

Day
4
Prague

Morning

After breakfast, meet your licensed English-speaking guide at the lobby of your hotel and enjoy a visit of the Prague Castle District with the St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague Castle and the famous Golden Lane.
Lunch on your own at one of the numerous cafes and restaurants.

Afternoon

The afternoon is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

Meet your local English-speaking guide at the lobby of your hotel. Dinner at a local restaurant.
Overnight stay in Prague.      

Attraction of this day

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Prague Castle (Hradschin)

Situated on mount Hradschin, Prague Castle has been forming the political and cultural center for over 1000 years, not only of the city but also of the whole country. With its three castle-courtyards, Prague Castle is said to be the largest enclosed castle area. The Prague castle complex counts several sights, such as the famous St. Vitus Cathedral, the National gallery or the golden lane. Definitely, Prague castle is a must for every Prague visitor.

Day
7
Budapest-(Balaton)-Vienna

Morning

After breakfast, meet your licensed English-speaking guide at the lobby of your hotel for a transfer to Székesfehérvar at the Lake Balaton, Europe’s largest steppe lake and one of the most famous holiday resorts of Hungary.
You visit the peninsula of Tihany and have the option to enjoy lunch on your own at the peninsula.

Afternoon

Continue your journey to Vienna via Sarvar and Sopron. If time permits, you stop at either one or the other city.
Upon arrival in Vienna, check-in at your hotel.

Evening

Meet your licensed English-speaking guide at the lobby of your hotel. Farewell dinner at a traditional restaurant.
Overnight stay in Vienna.

Day
6
Budapest

Morning

After breakfast, meet your licensed English-speaking guide. Then, enjoy a panoramic city tour, followed by a visit to the Matthias Church and Fishermen’s Bastion in the Budapest castle district.
Lunch on your own.

Afternoon

The afternoon is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

Meet your licensed English-speaking guide at the hotellobby. Enjoy a Hungarian Folklore evening with dinner.
Overnight stay in Budapest.

Attractions of this day

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Fishermen's Bastion

Fishermen's Bastion, which originated as a weir system, is located on the Buda side and replaces the medieval fish market of Buda. Fishermen's Bastion was constructed in neo-Romantic style; its sharp pointed towers are made of stone and symbolise the seven tribal leaders of Hungary.

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Matthias Church

Matthias Church, probably the most famous church in Budapest, is located right next to the Fishermen’s Bastion in the heart of the Budapest's castle district. A wide range of Hungarian kings have been coronated at the Matthias Church, and today it is home to ecclesiastical treasures and essential burial places.

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Hungarian Folklore Evening

Enjoy a typical Hungarian Folklore evening with traditional folk dance and music, gaining insight ideas of local music, dance and Hungarian customs.  

Day
8
Departure from Vienna

Morning

After breakfast, check-out and transfer to Vienna airport. 
Have a safe trip!

Wiener Prater and the Giant Ferries Wheel

No other place in Vienna pours on the charm like Wiener Prater does - it is truly a melting pot of adventure, nostalgia and Viennese charm. The amusement park hosts one of Vienna's most famous landmarks - the Giant Ferries Wheel. Wiener Prater is in season only from May until October, the Giant Ferries Wheel and a handful of other attractions are open all year round. 

Schoenbrunn Palace

The former summer residence of the Habsburg family ranks among the most impressive Baroque buildings worldwide. In 1966, Schönbrunn Palace and gardens were certified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The outstanding architecture, the magnificent staterooms and the palace gardens are definitely worth a visit.

Strauss and Mozart Concerts at Kursalon

Located in the heart of Vienna - where the Ringstraße leans against the green of the Vienna Stadtpark - this beautiful building constructed in Italian Renaissance style, is a charming and popular concert venue. The Salonorchestra "Alt Wien", one of the best-known interpreters of classical Viennese music, presents an evening full of Viennese charm with the lilting sound of waltzes, polkas, arias and duets, as well as operetta and piano concerto melodies. Accompanied by excellent opera vocalists and enchanting ballet soloists, Vienna's classical music reveals itself as a living firework display for all the senses.

Prague Old Town

In 1992, Prague's Old Town was certified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The centre of Prague is characterized by small winding lanes and buildings of all architectural styles - look and see!

Oldtown walking tour Bratislava

In Bratislava, you will start with a walking tour through the (traffic free) historic centre, passing by the Primatial Square, Old Town Hall, Main Square, Franciscan Square, Biela Street, Michalska Street, St. Martin Cathedral and many more. Afterwards, ascend the hill upwards to the Bratislava Castle, strolling through the exterior area and the beautiful park.

Prague Castle (Hradschin)

Situated on mount Hradschin, Prague Castle has been forming the political and cultural center for over 1000 years, not only of the city but also of the whole country. With its three castle-courtyards, Prague Castle is said to be the largest enclosed castle area. The Prague castle complex counts several sights, such as the famous St. Vitus Cathedral, the National gallery or the golden lane. Definitely, Prague castle is a must for every Prague visitor.

Fishermen's Bastion

Fishermen's Bastion, which originated as a weir system, is located on the Buda side and replaces the medieval fish market of Buda. Fishermen's Bastion was constructed in neo-Romantic style; its sharp pointed towers are made of stone and symbolise the seven tribal leaders of Hungary.

Matthias Church

Matthias Church, probably the most famous church in Budapest, is located right next to the Fishermen’s Bastion in the heart of the Budapest's castle district. A wide range of Hungarian kings have been coronated at the Matthias Church, and today it is home to ecclesiastical treasures and essential burial places.

C  gabor pocza fotolia com

Hungarian Folklore Evening

Enjoy a typical Hungarian Folklore evening with traditional folk dance and music, gaining insight ideas of local music, dance and Hungarian customs.  

Prices

Price per person in twin room: from EUR 1.389,00 
Single supplement per person: from EUR 229,00

 

All of our tours are customized to our clients' needs:

The prices shown aim to providing you with a broad indication of how much to budget for the trip.
Rates are based on shoulder season rates with a min. of 20 participants.
Rates are quoted in EURO and include taxes and VAT. Rates are subject to change, offer is upon request. Please contact us for tailor-made itineraries and definite prices.
The transportation to/from the point of origin of the tour, porterage, meals other than indicated, other tour-elements than indicated as well as tips and personal expenses are not included in the price. 

Included Services

  • 07 x overnight stays in twin room incl. breakfast in 4-star hotels
  • 07 x dinner at local restaurants (3-course, excl. beverages)
  • Arrival/departure transfer in private coach from/to local airport
  • Arrival/departure assistance at the airport
  • Private coach transfers as per itinerary
  • Private local English-speaking guide services as per itinerary
  • 01 x Ride on the Giant Ferries Wheel
  • 01 x Entrance to Schönbrunn Palace (Highlight Tour)
  • 01 x Classical concert in Vienna (Category A)
  • 01 x Entrance to the Prague Castle District (Old Royal Palace, St. Georges Basilica, Golden Lane and Daliborka Tower)
  • 01 x Entrance to Fisherman’s Bastion
  • 01 x Entrance to Matthias Church
  • 01 x Ticket to a tradition Hungarian Folk performance (Category 1)
  • 01 x Entrance to the Abbey Church of Tihany at Peninsula Tihany