WHITE CHRISTMAS IN EUROPE!!
The 3 Capital cities covering 4 countries ....
Prague is said to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It’s rare, well-maintained and mutually interlocked architecture of all styles depicts eleven centuries of medieval history. Just like the splendid stone bridge connects both banks of the river Vltava, Prague is the place where the Czechs, Germans and Jews had lived ever before; it is an intersection of Europe where tradesmen, politicians, scholars. The Czech Republic is a country of a great historical and cultural importance, a country where historic monuments and entire towns have been included in the World Heritage List.
The Austrian capital embraces all the traditions of a European city, from Roman foundations through to Gothic, Baroque and Historicism. Tourists are eager to visit Vienna because of the city’s exciting combination of the royal-imperial flair of the past with the latest trends, the responsible cultivation of a precious heritage and charming traditions. The capital, Vienna, is magnificent with its ornate Opera House and the imperial Hofburg. Austria’s other cities are similarly infused with historical magic, notably Mozart’s birthplace, Salzburg, with stunning baroque churches set before a backdrop of snow-covered peaks, and Innsbruck, in the centre of Austria’s Alps.
Budapest – also called as the Paris of the East, one of the most beautiful historical capitals in Europe, is situated on the banks of the Danube. The city actually consists of three cities: Óbuda, the oldest section, with Celtic and Roman ruins, Buda in hills on the western bank, famous for its historic Castle Hill and beautiful residential area, and bustling Pest with its shopping, government and commercial districts on the flat plain of the east bank. United in 1873, Budapest is renowned as the location of one of the most beautiful World Heritage sites.
Prague : Ibis Wenceslas Square 3* (Standard room) or similar
Vienna : Mozart 3*(Standard room) or similar
Budapest : Fortuna 3*(Standard room) or similar
DAY 01: Arrive in Prague
Arrive in Prague, the magical capital of Czech Republic. Welcome by our local representative and transfer to your hotel. Enjoy the rest of your day at leisure. You can visit Lennon Wall, or John Lennon Wall is a wall in Prague, Czech Republic.
Evening 19:30 Folklore Garden is a unique project in Prague offering a wonderful experience of the Czech folk music in a way of an interactive folklore show, in the romantic atmosphere of a small castle and a folklore village near the heart of old Prague and the romantic shores of the Vltava river. An unforgettable experience of Czech folklore show and dinner. Our ensemble of dancers and musicians dressed in traditional folklore clothing will entertain, excite, and amuse guests during two and half hours of folklore show, guests can learn about the atmosphere of the Czech countryside and rustic entertainment. Guests are welcome to take an active part in
Learning the Czech songs, dances, and games. A traditional dinner will be served with unlimited drinks.
As the part of the show program guests can see drawing and serving wine using a special pipette – so called “koštýř” (glass wine taster). Interesting program during whole show.
DAY 02: Prague
Prague walking tour & Jewish Quarter tour
After breakfast proceed to Old Town Square, corner with Pařížská Street
Departure point Old Town Square, corner with Pařížská Street
Departure time 10:45 am
Duration tour: 3 hours
The Tour of Prague starts at the Old Town Square in front of the Cartier shop and Czech tourism office centre, on the corner of Pařížská and Dlouhá street. Just look for the team in red Europe T-shirts
The Golden City, the City of a Thousand Spires; for centuries Prague has been sweeping visitors off their feet with its romantic streets, soaring towers, and great beer! From the heart of medieval Bohemia to the capital of the Holy Roman Empire, the glory days of Prague's rich culture are shadowed by oppression, under both the Nazis and the Communists.
This is the best overview you can get of Prague. The Czech capital is a seductive city, new buildings and structures have, thankfully, not been at the expense of its truly ancient architecture and narrow cobbled streets which creates a special atmosphere, a mix between a fantasy fairy-tale setting and very real progressive modernity. Prague oozes ancient history and the proud local guides revel in the opportunity to reveal this to you in a fun and easy way, show you their city of today and give you insider tips and recommendations. The pace is relaxed, the route and distance walked is easy and, as you venture down so many old, cobbled and winding streets, your attention is maintained by the city as you go between the tour stops so it doesn't feel like you're walking too much. There is a cafe break along the way to soak up the local atmosphere and relax with your guide and fellow travellers.
DAY 03: Prague – Vienna
After breakfast proceed to Prague bus station and depart to Vienna by seat in coach departure time 09:40 and arrival time 14:00 hrs. Arrive Vienna and transfer to hotel on your own. Can visit Vienna’s largest open-air food market, the Naschmarkt, opens Monday to Saturday. Admire the stalls’ bounty, from buckets of tulips to pickles, wines and plump, purple-flushed figs, stopping. Flea market, located beside Kettenbrückengasse U-Bahn station. Alongside the market, look out for the lovely Otto Wagner Houses at nos.38 and 40 – the latter’s tiles embossed with vines and flowers.
DAY 04: Vienna
After breakfast morning free time and after proceed to departure to departure point on your own Departure point – In Front of the Albertina direct by the famous Fountain.
Departure Time – 10:00 am (Need to reach by 09:45)
Duration of Tour – 2:30 hours
By visiting Vienna, with its imperial history and at the same time exciting contemporary museums as well as lively eating and nightlife scenes, you get to experience one of the top cities in the world. Besides exploring quiet places, you can snap photos of incredible buildings and monuments which have stood the test of time while our educated and entertaining guides tell you all the inside stories you won’t find in your average history book. You will see the Imperial Castle of Hofburg, Heroes Place, Michaeler Square, Graben, St. Stephans Cathedrale, Mozart House, Jewish Quarter and so much more.
Evening you can enjoy the many remarkable exhibits throughout the Museumquartier, where postmodernist sensibilities and contemporary design have resulted in splendid architecture, visit a vineyard or some of the many renowned cafes, or venture out into the night for a buzzing atmosphere. Vienna will fascinate you.
DAY 05: Vienna – Budapest
After breakfast proceed to Budapest by seat in coach departure time 11:00 am and arrival time 14:10 hrs. Later proceed to hotel and enjoy Budapest See Budapest at night A night time stroll along the Danube will present many of Budapest’s architectural delights. These include the Parliament and the Chain Bridge which become even more impressive when the sun goes down and the lights come on. The bridge is notable for the fact it was the first permanent stone bridge linking Buda to Pest and only the second permanent bridge along the entire Danube.
Parliament is best seen across the river which can be reached by crossing the Chain Bridge. This vantage point also provides you with great views of the bridge you crossed to get there too. Two other notable bridges are the Elisabeth Bridge the Liberty Bridge which are both South of the Chain Bridge.
Have a drink in a Ruin Bar
If all of the above makes you thirsty then a ruin pub is definitely the way to finish this list. Completely unique to Budapest the ruin bars are housed, often temporarily, in old disused factories, courtyards and houses. Decked out in retro furniture, much of it from the Communist era, each one has its own vibe and character. So while you can pop into each one for free, a drink will only set you back a few HF and it will be completely worth it as you soak up the atmosphere in an old car seat or decking chair.
DAY 06: Budapest
Budapest walking Tour
Budapest is deceptively large and spread out Morning proceed to departure point and meet your guide at 10:00 am in front of St. Stephen's Basilica
Stroll through Budapest’s elegant streets as our insightful local guides tell you all about Hungarian heritage, they're stormy past and share with you the tales of the people you won’t find in any guidebook. Explore sights such as St. Stephen’s Basilica (meeting point), The Chain Bridge and take in the panoramic view of Budapest from Buda Castle. All while you meet other travelers and get some local tips from our guides!
This activity includes:
Danube Promenade - Buda Castle - Matthias Church - Famous Hungarians - Rubik's cube - The little princess - Chain Bridge - Fishermen's Bastion - Origin of the Magyars - Opera House - St. Stephen's Basilica
DAY 07: Budapest
Gather your memories of tour and head on to airport for your return Journey.Do keep in touch with Mee tie through FB (FB/MEETIME.IN) and INSTA (@meetimehols) and post some beautiful pictures on our website!
What is included in the tour
- 2 Nights in Prague
- 2 Nights in Vienna
- 2 Nights in Budapest
- Daily Breakfasts except Day1
- Private Transfer from PRAGUE Airport to Hotel
- Private Transfer from BUDAPEST hotel to Airport
- Prague to Vienna by Coach
- Vienna to Budapest by Coach
- Guided Walking tour in prague
- Guided Walking tour in Vienna
- Guided Walking tour in Budapest
- English Speaking Guide for tours
What is NOT included in the tour
The rates do not include:
- Meals and alcoholic beverages
- International Flights
- Travel insurance
- Optional activities
- Tips & Portage
- Optional activities