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Number of days: 7
Country/City: Czech Republic/Prague, Hungary/Budapest, Slovakia/Bratislava

This wonderful budget round-trip tour, we do recommend for those, who want to see highlights of Prague, Budapest and Bratislava.

1st day: Arrival to Budapest (Hungary). Pick up at the airport or station and transfer to the hotel upon your request. Overnight in Budapest.


2nd day: Breakfast.City of Budapest and check-in: Budapest Grand City Tour. You will see the impressive neo-gotic house of Parliament. You cross the Danube on the Margaret-bridge (Margaret island) and drive to the Royal castle on the Buda side, where you visit the Fishermens' bastion and the Matthias church. After the Citadel you cross Elisabet-bridge and drive the City-park towards Heroes' square. Passing by the Opera and St Stephen's basilica. Optionally: Danube Boat trip. During the candle-lit boat trip the Operettaship Company founded by excellent singing, instrumental and dancing artists of the Hungarian State Opera House takes care of your entertainment. They sing and play the pearls of popular operettas, operas, Italian and Spanish songs, musicals in original languages as well as brilliant classical, step, belly and Hungarian folk dances in spectacular costumes. Overnight in Budapest.


3rd day: Breakfast.Optional: Half day tour in Szentendre. Museum of Hungarian Jewelry.
There is a small, but very famous baroque city at the gate of the Danube Bend, at the meeting place of the river Danube and the Pilis Hills, in a beautiful natural setting. With a 25-minute drive from Budapest, we reach this picturesque Artist's Village called Szentendre. We enjoy the special atmosphere of this village. We also stop at the Confectionery Museum. (Entrance fees: Marzipan Museum – 3 €, Margit Kovacs Ceramic Museum – 3 €). We will visit the exhibition of Hungarian Jewelry, which offers an insight into the history of Hungary's 1000yearlong culture of jewelry. Optionally. Evening program: we invite you on Hungarian Folk show with Hungarian-style dinner and folk gypsy program to the Hungarian restaurant. Overnight in Budapest.


4th day: After you have breakfast, we departure from Budapest to Prague via Bratislava. Our road will pass through the city of Gyor. The City of Gyor is a place of merge of three rivers - Danube, Raba and Rabka. On the way to Prague, we will stop in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, for a lunch (optional). Bratislava is medieval city with thousand-year history and unusual atmosphere, architecture in a Baroque style, between 1563 and 1830 years the city was a place of crowning of the Hungarian kings. Bratislava – free walking time or lunch break. Evening arrival to Prague (approx. at 18:00). Optional evening program: State Opera or National Theatre visit (entrances tickets are from 14euro up to 50 euro); Boat Vltava River trip with music and dinner. Overnight in Prague.


5th day: Breakfast. After breakfast , we invite you to historical center of Prague. You will see Royal Palace, St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George Monastery and Golden Lane. A pleasant stroll through romantic Nerudova Lane will lead you to Lesser Town with its famous and marvelous palaces and medieval Charles Bridge (Karluv Most). Then, all together, we come in Old Town Square surrounded by Old Town Hall with its famous Astronomical Clock, Tyn and St. Nicholas Churches. From Old Town Square, we continue our tour to Wenceslas Square with St. Wenceslas statue .We finish our tour on National Museum, in the heart of Prague. From that point, you will have a chance to do some shopping and to have your lunch in one of charming traditional or international restaurants. Overnight in Prague.


6th day: Breakfast. Optional: Castle tour or Cesky Krumlov (UNESCO) tour. Overnight in Prague.


7th day: Breakfast only. Departure day.


Price includes:

  • 6 nights accommodation in 3/4/5* hotel in Prague, Budapest
  • BB, SNGL/DBL/TWIN/TRPL accommodation
  • English speaking escort / another language is upon request
  • English speaking guide/ another language is upon request
  • Private bus transfers

Price excludes:

  • Entrance fees
  • Arrival and departure transfers from/to Budapest airport
  • Flight and Train tickets
  • Travel health insurance

Price: per person / in room / for package

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