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Pearls of the East

From the "golden city" of Prague via the picturesque Bratislava to Budapest, the metropolis on the river Danube

8 Days / Prague Kutná Hora Bratislava Budapest

The "Golden City" of Prague, with its picturesque alleys and its historic old town is always worth a visit. Besides Prague, you also discover the Danube metropolis Budapest, attracting with its unique panorama and a very special charm.

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Day
1
Arrival in Prague

Afternoon

Arrival at your hotel in Prague.
The remainder of the day is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

Welcome dinner at a traditional restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Prague.

Day
2
Prague

Morning

After breakfast enjoy an extensive walking tour through the old town of Prague.
Enjoy lunch at a traditional restaurant in the old town.

Afternoon

In the afternoon you enjoy a visit to the Prague Castle district. Afterwards you visit the Strahov Monastery.

Evening

Dinner at a traditional restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Prague.

Attractions of this day

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Old Town Walking Tour

Follow our guide and let the city, where there is a secret to discover behind every single corner, enchant you. The city walk views the Old Town Square providing a dazzling Panorama. Stop in the middle and turn around in a slow circle: every building is different in each detail - roof, windows, doors and colours. You will admire attractions such as the Old Town Hall and its Astronomical Clock and charming, colourful houses, before continuing towards the Charles Bridge which you will walk across. Enjoy strolling through the charming old town and get lost by its hidden gems and corners!

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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.

Strahov Monastery and Library

The history of Prague's Strahov Monastery dates back to the 12th century. The monastery is one of the oldest monasteries of the world that belong to the Premonstratensian Order. In addition to the intellectual achievements and the monastic life, the Strahov Abbey also plays a major role in the cultural life of society. The famous Strahov Library proves that the Premonstratensians alwayss attached great importance to the preservation and development of culture and education. Today, both the monastery and the impressive library can be visited.

Day
3
Prague

Morning

After breakfast discover the Jewish heritage of Prague and enjoy a walking tour through the Jewish quarter.
Lunch on your own at one of the numerous bars and restaurants in the old town.

Afternoon

The afternoon is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

Dinner at a traditional restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Prague.

Attraction of this day

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City Walk - Josefov, the Jewish Quarter of Prague

Prague's Jewish Quarter, also known as Josefov, dates back to the 13th century when Jewish people were ordered to vacate their homes and to settle only in this area. This tour focuses on Prague's Jewish past and present. Besides visiting the Jewish Museum and the Old Jewish Cemetery, you will also discover the magnificent Old-New Synagogue, the oldest preserved synagogue in Central Europe.

Day
4
Prague: Excursion to Kutná Hora and Hrádek

Morning

After breakfast start your excursion to the UNESCO city Kutná Hora and to Hrádek.
Lunch at a traditional restaurant in the course of the tour.

Afternoon

Arrival back in Prague in the late afternoon. Balance afternoon at leisure.

Evening

Dinner at a traditional restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Prague.

Attraction of this day

Kutná Hora and Hrádek

This excursion takes you east of Prague to the town of Kutná Hora, which was founded in the 12th century as a mining settlement. Ever since the 13th century, its history has been inseparably linked to the mining of silver ores. The historic city centre with the late-gothic St. Barbara's Church and the baroque gothic Cathedral of Our Lady is an architectural jewel that you will also admire in the course of your tour. Then the tour continues to Hrádek where you will visit the Czech Museum of Silver and the Medieval Silver Mine. A tour through the Medieval Silver Mine will introduce the whole process through which the silver ore had passed until a silver coin was struck. Further, you will get acquainted with the medieval technology of mining, processing raw silver and mining coinage.

Day
5
Prague-(Bratislava)-Budapest

Morning

After breakfast transfer to Budapest with stop in Bratislava. Upon arrival in Bratislava enjoy a walking tour through the old town with following lunch at local restaurant.

Afternoon

Onward journey to Budapest.

Evening

Dinner at local restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Budapest.

Day
6
Budapest

Morning

After breakfast you explore Budapest in the course of a panoramic city tour with following visit to the Matthias Church and Fishermen's Bastion at the Budapest Castle District.
Lunch at one of the numerous cafes and restaurants.

Afternoon

The afternoon you will have the opportunity to discover Budapest from the water in the course of a river cruise.

Evening

Dinner at local restaurant or at your hotel.
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.

Day
7
Budapest: Excursion to the Danubebend region

Morning

After breakfast start your excursion to the picturesque Danubebend region.
Lunch at local restaurant in the course of the tour.

Afternoon

In the afternoon you return back to Budapest.

Evening

Farewell dinner at a traditional restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Budapest.

Attraction of this day

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Danube Bend

The area where the Danube breaks through the Börzsöny and Visegrádi mountains and turns South towards Budapest is one of the most picturesque regions of Hungary. Your first stop during this tour will be an important school and industrial town called Esztergom. Esztergom, the capital of medieval Hungary, today is the seat of the primacy and the centre of Roman Catholic Church in Hungary. Therefore a visit to the Esztergom Basilica is inevitable. Your tour then continues to Visegrád where you will visit the Citadel. A visit to Szentendre, a picturesque Mediterranean artists' town rounds off your tour through the Danube Bend.

Day
8
Departure from Budapest

Morning

After breakfast you start your homeward journey.
Have a safe trip!

Old Town Walking Tour

Follow our guide and let the city, where there is a secret to discover behind every single corner, enchant you. The city walk views the Old Town Square providing a dazzling Panorama. Stop in the middle and turn around in a slow circle: every building is different in each detail - roof, windows, doors and colours. You will admire attractions such as the Old Town Hall and its Astronomical Clock and charming, colourful houses, before continuing towards the Charles Bridge which you will walk across. Enjoy strolling through the charming old town and get lost by its hidden gems and corners!

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.

Strahov Monastery and Library

The history of Prague's Strahov Monastery dates back to the 12th century. The monastery is one of the oldest monasteries of the world that belong to the Premonstratensian Order. In addition to the intellectual achievements and the monastic life, the Strahov Abbey also plays a major role in the cultural life of society. The famous Strahov Library proves that the Premonstratensians alwayss attached great importance to the preservation and development of culture and education. Today, both the monastery and the impressive library can be visited.

City Walk - Josefov, the Jewish Quarter of Prague

Prague's Jewish Quarter, also known as Josefov, dates back to the 13th century when Jewish people were ordered to vacate their homes and to settle only in this area. This tour focuses on Prague's Jewish past and present. Besides visiting the Jewish Museum and the Old Jewish Cemetery, you will also discover the magnificent Old-New Synagogue, the oldest preserved synagogue in Central Europe.

Kutná Hora and Hrádek

This excursion takes you east of Prague to the town of Kutná Hora, which was founded in the 12th century as a mining settlement. Ever since the 13th century, its history has been inseparably linked to the mining of silver ores. The historic city centre with the late-gothic St. Barbara's Church and the baroque gothic Cathedral of Our Lady is an architectural jewel that you will also admire in the course of your tour. Then the tour continues to Hrádek where you will visit the Czech Museum of Silver and the Medieval Silver Mine. A tour through the Medieval Silver Mine will introduce the whole process through which the silver ore had passed until a silver coin was struck. Further, you will get acquainted with the medieval technology of mining, processing raw silver and mining coinage.

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.

Danube Bend

The area where the Danube breaks through the Börzsöny and Visegrádi mountains and turns South towards Budapest is one of the most picturesque regions of Hungary. Your first stop during this tour will be an important school and industrial town called Esztergom. Esztergom, the capital of medieval Hungary, today is the seat of the primacy and the centre of Roman Catholic Church in Hungary. Therefore a visit to the Esztergom Basilica is inevitable. Your tour then continues to Visegrád where you will visit the Citadel. A visit to Szentendre, a picturesque Mediterranean artists' town rounds off your tour through the Danube Bend.

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