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10 days / 9 nights
Budapest - Vienna - Prague

Day 1 Budapest
Arrival in Budapest Transfer to your hotel. Overnight in Budapest.

Day 2 Budapest
Sightseeing tour of Budapest including the Royal Castle, the Matthias Church, the Fisherman's Bas­tion, the Parliament the Heroes Square and the Cathedral of St Stephan. In the afternoon, optional Jewish Heritage tour, visiting Europe's largest Synagogue. Overnight in Budapest.

Day 3 Budapest
Optional tour to Szentendre and walk around the main square or do shopping in the boutiques. In the afternoon we suggest you a coffee break at the famous "Gerbeaud" Cafe Houselocated right around the corner of the main shopping street "Vaci utca". In the evening, you can visit a clas­sical concert or opera. Overnight in Budapest.

Day 4 Budapest - Vienna (250km/3,30h)
Drive to enjoy Transdanubia countryside on the way to Vienna. In the evening, you can visit the famous wine-growing village Grinzing that is near by Vienna. In Grinzing's "Heurigen" restau­rants dinner is always accompanied by "Schram-mel" music, played by a quartet of instruments; two violins, an accordion and a guitar. Overnight in Vienna.

Day 5 Vienna
Sightseeing tour of Vienna, including the Ringstrasse, the Vienna State Opera House, the Hofburg Palace, the Museum of Fine Arts & Nat­ural History. You will visit the Baroque gardens of Belvedere Palace and the magnificent Imperi­al Rooms of the Schonbrunn Palace, as well. In the evening, cultural program, Opera or Mozart Concert Overnight in Vienna.

Day 6 Vienna
Free day or optional tour to visit the countryside, the romantic Danube Valley with Melk, Durnstein and the Wachau. Overnight in Vienna.

Day 7 Vienna - Prague (300km/5,30h)
Drive to Prague with optional stop at the beati-fultown of Ceshky Krumlov. Overnight in Prague.

Day 8 Prague
Historical city tour to the St Vitus Cathedral the Hradcany Castle, the Loreto Church, the Old Town Square, the Tyn Church the Charles Bridge, the Wenceslas Square and the old Jewish Quarter. Overnight in Prague.

Day 9 Prague
Free day or optional tour to the famous Bohemi­an Castles and the Karlstejn Castle, build in the 14th century. Continue to the former hunting lodge Konopiste, with a fascinating collection of historical weapons, furnishings,late Gothic paint­ings, tapestries and hunting trophies. In the evening, you might visit opera, ballet or classical music concert Overnight in Prague.

Day 10 Prague
Transfer to the airport for final departure.