Best of the Czech Republic, Austria, and Hungary

Visit the Czech Republic, Austria, and Hungary in one trip. Discover the legacy of the Habsburg Dynasty which is notable in every corner of these countries. Be amazed how beautiful capital cities these countries have. Admire national museums and theatres, megalithic cathedrals and synagogues, mysterious alleys, green parks. Take a ride in a local tram or subway. Discover national drinks and meals in exclusive restaurants. Relax in fancy hotels. Shop in expensive shops – all at your service.

In each of these countries, you will visit Europe’s most gorgeous UNESCO-protected historic sites. You will explore magnificent palaces, mysterious castles, medieval town centers, fortresses, natural wonders and much more.

On this tour, you will have the unique chance to see places which have been hidden from western tourists to see. Now, it is time for you to be among first to discover these magnificent places.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Prague International Airport, Czech Republic
TOUR LENGTH 12 Days (available from 10 Days to 21 Days)
AVAILABILITY March – October
INCLUDED*
Accommodation Breakfasts & Lunches
Private Professional Guide Transportation in mini-coach
Entrance Fees Optional Evening Programs
NOT INCLUDED
Airfare, Airport usage and Security fees, Taxes, and Fuel surcharges
Personal Travel Insurance

* for more information about what’s included, please click here.

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1

Arrival

You will be picked up by our guide at the airport and transported to your hotel. When ready, you will be given basic information about the tour and tomorrow’s trips.
2

Prague

You will visit the Prague Castle, the world’s largest ancient castle, and Castle District. From the Castle, you will have the chance to admire the city panoramas. You will also have the opportunity to walk down the Golden Lane – a street full of tiny cottages and houses which once housed castle archers and world-known Czech-Jewish writer Franz Kafka. On the way back to the centre, you will walk through the city district called Malá Strana. Here, with its Renaissance palaces and Baroque St Nicholas Church. After crossing Charles Bridge, you will enter the Old Town (UNESCO) which its famous Astronomical Clock.
3

Karlstejn Castle & Konopiste Castle

Visit an exceptional medieval Gothic-Renaissance castle built by the Roman emperor Charles IV. in the 14th century. The castle served as a place for safekeeping the Imperial Regalia as well as the Bohemian/Czech crown jewels, holy relics, and other royal treasures. Next stop on this tours is the Konopiste Castle with typical rounded tower which is approximately 50 km from Prague. You can walk through the private residence of the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand d´Este whose death sparked the WWI.
4

Kromeriz

From Bohemia, you will go to Moravia. Here, you willl admire UNESCO site of Kromeriz. An amazing palce full of blooming gardens. Visit summer house of Olomouc bishops.
5

Mikulov, Valtice & Lednice

In this South-Moravian region, you will visit historic town of Mikulov. Then, you will explore amazing palace of Lednice with a large garden and Valtice palace.
6-7

Budapest

In two days in Budapest, you will visit the Buda Castle, the Hungarian Parliament, the Grand Market, and magnificent spa baths.
8

Vienna

The next stop will be Vienna, the capital city of Austria. Here, you will see St Stephen’s Cathedral, Karlsplatz and its imposing baroque church Karlskirche.
9

Vienna

In the morning, you will visit Belvedere, in the afternoon, you will admire the Hapsburg’s summer residence of Schloss Schönbrunn and its vast gardens.
10

Salzburg

You will arrive to Salzburg in the afternoon, just about the right time to explore the famous castle hill. In Budapest, you will visit the Buda Castle, the Hungarian Parliament, the Grand Market, and magnificent spa baths.
11

Český Krumlov

No tourist visiting the Czech Republic should miss the glorious Český Krumlov. Many tourists come here every year to admire renaissance architecture of the local castle, richly decorated coats of arms of burghers houses and the river bank.
12

Prague

You will be transported back to the Prague Airport and, if necessary, provided with assistance with check-in.
St. Charles's Church in Vienna, Austria