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Organized Excursion in Budapest – Vienna – Prague

Organized Excursion in Budapest – Vienna – Prague

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Budapest

Budapest is the capital of Hungary and the seat of the county of Pest. It has about 1.7 million inhabitants. Budapest became a single city occupying both banks of the Danube River, merging on November 17, 1873 in Buda, Óbuda and Pest. It is the seventh largest city in the European Union (excluding the suburbs and the metropolitan area of the cities in general).

Vienna

Vienna is the capital of Austria and it is the cultural and economic heart of the country. Vienna has played a central role in the European political scene since 1804, when it became the capital of the Austrian Empire until the end of the First World War that found the Empire of the Austro-Hungarian Empire defeated and split. Today, Vienna may not have the political glory of the past, but it is one of the best cities on the planet to live in, something that many organizations have recognized in various surveys in recent years. Visually, Vienna will amaze you with the ambiance of the glorious past, the impressive sights and splendid flavors such as the Schnitzel trademark. Prices are reasonably priced and probably cheap compared to other European capitals.

Prague

The “golden city,” as it is often called Prague, is the capital and largest city in the Czech Republic. Built on the Vltava River, Prague was fortunate to stay almost unnatural from the two world wars, making it a diamond from the past. The history of the city began in 200 AD. when inhabited by Celtic tribes. In recent years, Prague has experienced explosive growth and today it is a major economic, cultural and tourist center. The Czechs are peaceful people and are distinguished for their hospitality and the prices you will meet in Prague, although significantly higher than in the past, are moving at reasonable levels. Prague is an important destination for the Greeks, resulting in the large and central restaurants and cafes being able to find the catalogs in Greek language.

9 Days – Departures:

  • 20 November 2021
  • 11 December 2021
  • Departure/Return Location
    Athens
  • Included
    Guided Τours
    Newsletters
    Travel Insurance
    Airplane Tickets
    Transportation by Bus
    4* Hotel
    Leader
    Excursions - Tours
    Breakfast
    VAT
    Transfer from and to the Airport
  • Not Included
    Pre-purchase Ticketing
    Snack
    Drinks
    Crew
    Fuel
    Lunch Gift
    Drinks / Soft Drinks Package
    Tips
    Accommodation Tax
    Liability & Professional Liability Insurance
    Half board
    Tour Operator Insurance
    Activities
    Ferry Tickets
    Transfer from and to the Port
    Full Day Cruise
    3* Hotel
    Full Board
    Gala and Shows Night
    Gym
    Accommodation
    Port Fees / Taxes
    Swimming Pool
    Insurance
    Dinner
    5* Hotel

Tour Plan

1

1st Day

Athens – Budapest – City Tour

Meeting at the airport and flight to Budapest. Arrival and boarding the bus for transportation to the city center. Upon our arrival we will start the tour in Pest. We will stop at the Heroes square, which is adorned with the magnificent statues of the Hungarian kings. Afterwards, we will pass through the stunning Opera house and then through Andrassy street, one of the most beautiful and commercial streets in the city, we will end up in the St. Stephen's Cathedral, whose dome is visible from all corners of the city. Our tour ends, crossing the most beautiful of the city's 8 bridges, that of the chains, to find ourselves on the fairy-tale side of the Buddha and to see the Fishermen's tower where we will enjoy the view across the city. Transfer to our hotel to settle in the rooms. Free time to see the city by night.
2

2nd Day

Budapest – Danubian Villages

After our breakfast we will start our trip to the Danube villages. Just 15 km from Budapest, we will find the picturesque village of artists, St. Andrews, where you can shop crystals, porcelains and many souvenirs. Then we will go up to Visegrad with its medieval castle and magnificent view. Return to Budapest. Free evening. We suggest you participate in a traditional tavern in Budapest.
3

3rd Day

Budapest – Bratislava – Vienna

Breakfast at our hotel and departure for Bratislava, the beautiful capital of Slovakia where we will enjoy a panoramic tour. Next we will depart for Vienna. Arrival and settlement at our hotel. Overnight.
4

4th Day

Vienna – City Tour

Breakfast and departure for the city tour with our local guide. We will see the Belvedere Palace and tour the famous Ring boulevard, where we will admire the most important sights of Vienna, such as the Municipal Park, the Opera House, the Museum square, the Franz Joseph gates, the Parliament, the City Hall, the old Palace Theater, the University and the Vows church, Votivkirche. Next we will end up in the cathedral of St. Stephen and we will walk around the historic district of the Greek parish. Transfer to the hotel, accomodation in the rooms and free time to walk on Kartner Strasse, enjoy a Viennese coffee or a hot chocolate in one of the many, old and famous cafes of the city such as Central or Landtmann. Return to the hotel. Overnight.
5

5th Day

Vienna – Cesky Krumlov – Prague

After our breakfast we will depart from beautiful Vienna towards our Prague destination. Through a beautiful route a few hours from Vienna, we will have a 2-hour stop in the second most beautiful city after Prague, the «Cesky Krumlov». Vltava River torrents run in many parts of this medieval city, which, like Prague, is on the list of Unesco's preserved cities. It is a cultural gem with its very well-preserved Gothic and Renaissance style buildings, its churches and narrow streets. The walls of Krumlov enclose treasures of particular architectural and cultural value such as the “hidden bridge”. Visit the castle of the city and admire the panoramic view from above. Early in the afternoon we depart for Prague. Accommodation at the hotel and overnight.
6

6th Day

Prague – Old Town Tour – Castle-City

Breakfast at the hotel and our tour starts with the Strahov monastery and the Loretto, two of the most important monuments in Prague, then we head to the magnificent castle-city, the Citadel of Prague which stretches on the hill of Mala Strana and we end up in the impressive Gothic church of St. Vitos and in the “basilica” of St. George. We will continue with the “Small Place” (Mala Strana) one of the oldest historic districts in Prague. Then we will visit the imposing baroque church of St. Nicholas, we will walk through the picturesque Gothic bridge of Charles through the medieval streets of the “King's Road” up to the old town square, with the Town Hall and the famed astronomical clock and the “Parade of the Apostles” as well as at square of Prague's historic center. After that, you are free to take a walk in the city. For the night we suggest you watch a «Black Theater» performance, opera etc, after all you are in the city where the idea of ​​the Black Theater was born!
7

7th Day

Prague – Karlovy Vary

After breakfast we will depart from Prague with destination to visit the well-known spa-town of Karlovy Vary in West Bohemia, known for its thermal springs. In the 14th century it was named «Royal City» by Emperor Charles the 4th, and since then it has been established as a meeting place for personalities of letters, arts and politics. Crossing the central pedestrian street next to the Tepla river, we understand why Goethe, Schiller, Beethoven, Bach, the Tsar of Russia, etc. walked the same road. Departure for Prague. In the evening, have fun on the typical Czech beer shops with local specialties and beer of their making or the famous jazz clubs of Prague.
8

8th Day

Prague – Free Day – Dresden (optional)

Breakfast at the hotel. Today is a free day. You can tour around the city, go shopping or take advantage of the opportunity to see the city which is the cultural capital of Germany. The first impression one has when arriving in the city can be summed up in one word: «awe». Especially if the weather is gloomy enough, the sensation caused by the view of Dresden, is enough to immediately magnetize the visitor and wrap him with its magic. Semperoper opera house stands in Theaterplatz, the main square. In Zwinger, a multi-museum with works by Raphael, there are also paintings by Giorgione, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Rubens and even one by El Greco. You will admire the porcelain mural of all the rulers of Saxony, including Augustus the Great. The big church in the square is the so-called Frauenkirche (Frauen = women), which was and is the symbol of the city. The bridge of Augustus is worth walking up to the monument of the Golden Knight. In the afternoon we return to Prague. The evening is free. Food or drink on the clock. Return to Prague.
9

9th Day

Prague – Athens

Breakfast at the hotel, check out. Departure and transfer to Prague Airport where with the most beautiful memories of the cities we visited, we will take the return flight to Athens.

Tour Location

Budapest

Budapest is the capital of Hungary and the seat of the county of Pest. It has about 1.7 million inhabitants. Budapest became a single city occupying both banks of the Danube River, merging on November 17, 1873 in Buda, Óbuda and Pest. It is the seventh largest city in the European Union (excluding the suburbs and the metropolitan area of the cities in general).

Vienna

Vienna is the capital of Austria and it is the cultural and economic heart of the country. Vienna has played a central role in the European political scene since 1804, when it became the capital of the Austrian Empire until the end of the First World War that found the Empire of the Austro-Hungarian Empire defeated and split. Today, Vienna may not have the political glory of the past, but it is one of the best cities on the planet to live in, something that many organizations have recognized in various surveys in recent years. Visually, Vienna will amaze you with the ambiance of the glorious past, the impressive sights and splendid flavors such as the Schnitzel trademark. Prices are reasonably priced and probably cheap compared to other European capitals.

Prague

The “golden city,” as it is often called Prague, is the capital and largest city in the Czech Republic. Built on the Vltava River, Prague was fortunate to stay almost unnatural from the two world wars, making it a diamond from the past. The history of the city began in 200 AD. when inhabited by Celtic tribes. In recent years, Prague has experienced explosive growth and today it is a major economic, cultural and tourist center. The Czechs are peaceful people and are distinguished for their hospitality and the prices you will meet in Prague, although significantly higher than in the past, are moving at reasonable levels. Prague is an important destination for the Greeks, resulting in the large and central restaurants and cafes being able to find the catalogs in Greek language.

Price list

9 days
Departures: 20 November 2021 / 11 December 2021
9 days:
20 November 2021
11 December 2021
Double Single Child 2 until 12 years old*
Budapest
MERCURE BUDAPEST KORONA HOTEL 4*
(or similar)
695 €
(price for all
3 hotels)
945 €
(price for all
3 hotels)
565 €
(price for all
3 hotels)
Vienna
BEST WESTERN PLUS AMEDIA WIEN HOTEL 4*
(or similar)
Prague
VIENNA HOUSE DIPLOMAT HOTEL 4*
(or similar)
*Child’s price is based on one child΄s stay (up to 11,99 yrs), in the same room with two (2) adults in an extra bed.
 

Flights with Aegean Airlines

  • A3 876 / Athens – Budapest: 08:45 (departure) – 09:45 (arrival).
  • A3 865 / Prague – Athens: 11:50 (departure) – 15:30 (arrival).
 

Included

  • Airplane tickets ATHENS – BUDAPEST & PRAGUE – ATHENS with Aegean Airlines.
  • One (1) luggage 23 kg & one (1) hand luggage 8 kg per person.
  • Two (2) overnights in Budapest in a 4* hotel with breakfast buffet.
  • Two (2) overnights in Vienna in a 4* hotel with breakfast buffet.
  • Four (4) overnights in Prague in a 4* hotel with breakfast buffet.
  • Transportation according to the program, with a luxurious – air-conditioned bus that fully complies with the sanitary protocols.
  • Tour of Budapest with a Greek-speaking tour guide.
  • Excursion to the Danubian villages.
  • Panoramic tour of Bratislava.
  • Tour of Vienna with a Greek-speaking tour guide.
  • Excursion to Cesky Krumlov on our way to Prague.
  • Τour of the old town of Prague with a Greek-speaking tour guide.
  • Tour of the Castle of Prague.
  • Full day excursion to Karlovy Vary.
  • Greek-speaking tour leader – escort.
  • Newsletters.
  • Travel insurance.
  • VAT.

Not included

  • Airport taxes and fuel surcharge 155 €.
  • Entrances to museums, palaces and to various attractions.
  • Everything that is mentioned as optional or proposed, and everything that is not explicitly mentioned in the included.

Notes

  • The program is indicative. The final trip program will be given to you three days before your departure.
  • The range of the tours is possible to change for the best performance of the program without missing anyone of them.
  • Passport or new type ID is necessary for all excursions in Europe.
  • Children up to 12 years old are travelling only with passport.
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