Private Packages :
9D-8N : Eastern Europe Golden Triangle
Category : 3 Stars | 4 Stars
Twin Sharing | Triple Sharing | Single Supplement
Your Package Includes:
- 8 Nights Accommodation
- Continental Breakfast Daily
- Car/MPV from Day 2 to Day 8 as per services
- RETURN TRANSFER IN PRIVATE BASIS ON 1ST DAY AND LAST DAY
- Sightseeing Tours on Orientation Basis with your car/MPV
- Government Taxes and Service charge (Except Tourist tax).
Day 1 – Budapest
We reach Budapest by early afternoon. Arrive at the Budapest airport, clear your immigration and transfer to your Hotel.
Day 2 – Budapest
Breakfast at the hotel. Today we take a panoramic orientation city tour. The tour covers Roosevelt Square (Chain Bridge), Academy of Sciences, Parliament, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Opera House, Heroes Square, Millennium Monument, City Park, Szechecnyi Spa, Vajdahunyad Castle, Chain Bridge, Royal Palace, Liberty Statue & the Citadel..Evening is free for shopping & at leisure. Optionally you can visit the Parliament inside (guided tour). Overnight at hotel in Budapest.
Day 3 – Budapest
After breakfast at the hotel, we proceed to Lake Balaton Full-Day from Budapest. Overnight at hotel in Budapest.
Day 4 – Budapest – Vienna
After Breakfast, we depart to Vienna. Welcome to Vienna! Vienna, also described as Europe’s cultural capital, is a metropolis with unique charm, vibrancy and flair. It boasts outstanding infrastructure, is clean and safe, and has all the inspiration that you could wish for in order to discover this wonderful part of Europe. It is the capital of Austria, 2 million inhabitants, is situated on the banks of the Danube. The influx of visitors from all over the world has made Vienna the most popular urban tourist destination in Austria. Arrive at the hotel, check-in, freshen up.. There is some time for shopping in Vienna here. Overnight at hotel in Vienna.
Day 5 – Vienna
Enjoy a buffet breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, we proceed on a Orientation city tour of Vienna. The city tour will take us along the Ringstrasse, the State Opera House, the magnificent Museum of Fine Arts with its world famous art treasures of the Habsburgs and the National History Museum, the cultural district of the Museums Quartier, the Hofburg, the Parliament, the City Hall & the Burgtheater. The highlight of this tour will be an optional visit of the showrooms of Schönbrunn Palace. The Palace with its surrounding buildings and the huge park is one of the most significant cultural monuments in Austria. It was generally used as the summer residence of the Habsburg rulers. On the way back to the Opera we pass by the Belvedere Palace which houses the largest Gustav Klimt collection in the world. The two magnificent palaces on the Belvedere grounds lie in the middle of a splendid park. They were constructed for Prince Eugene of Savoy by J.L. von Hildebrandt, a famous Baroque architect. Thereafter we provide you with time on the shopping streets of Vienna. Vienna boasts of Porcelain, Glass items, coffee, chocolate, Antiques and collectible items. There is a high density of Souvenir Shops to carry some memories back home. Overnight at hotel in Vienna.
Day 6 – Vienna – Prague
Enjoy a buffet breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Prague. We reach Prague by in the evening. Welcome to Prague! Prague is a city of unusual beauty. It is a natural amphitheatre through which the Vltava River flows, filled with a thousand years’ worth of manmade structures with aspirations greater than simply satisfying basic human needs. Its prime, yet sensitive, location in the heart of Europe is at the confluence of trade routes, political interests, and cultural influences. While this has never assured the city of a peaceful history, it has certainly guaranteed it an eventful one. Prague’s history is one written by fire and sword, as well as by pen, paintbrush, chisel, carpenter’s axe, and stonemason’s trowel. As a reference point in the classification of cityscapes, Prague is often likened to Rome. In the sense that both cities are ageless, this is a suitable comparison. Overnight at hotel in Prague.
Day 7 – Prague
After breakfast, we take you on a city tour of Prague today. Enjoy orientation city tour of Prague enjoy the Golden Prague: State Opera, the National Museum and Wenceslas Square & Charles Square to the Banks of the river Vltava and across the river to Prague Castle. There a walk around the castle courtyards awaits you. Where among other things, you will have a chance to see the St. Vitus Cathedral. Later in the old town, we see the St. Nicholas Church, the Tyn Church and the Old Town Hall with its Astronomical Clock (horologe) and the 12 Apostles.A history of more than 1100 years speaks for itself. The story of the Prague Castle identifies itself with the story of Prague and Christianity (860s, Chyril and Methodius) in the Czech Republic. In 870s AD the Prince Borivoj, one of the first Czech rulers from the Royal Dynasty of Premyslids ordered the building of the Castle, originally out of timber and with a soil rampart fortification. Since 1918 the Prague Castle has served as the official residence of the president of the Republic. You can explore the township on your own or shop around for gifts and other items. One of the Czech Republic’s most famous products, Bohemian Crystal, is sold in shops throughout Prague. Czech glass is of excellent quality and much of it is hand made. Wrought iron products are another things you can look for in Prague. Bargaining in smaller shops is rampant and expected. Post shopping, we enjoy a Fountain Light show where we listen to nice music and at the same time follow a fascinating experience of the singing fountain. Join us for a show of the Krizik’s fountain. It is one of most monumental illuminated fountains with music in Europe. Overnight at the hotel in Prague.
Day 8 – Prague
Breakfast at the hotel. Today morning we take you to the city centre to explore the numerous shopping opportunities. Free time till the evening. Overnight at hotel in Prague.
Day 9 – Prague
After breakfast at the hotel you will have free time till transfer to the airport. Catch your flight back to India.