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  Day 1
  • Arriving in Budapest
  • Coach transfer to hotel.
  • City Tour:
    Sights which are toured around on the Pest side: the Parliament building, the Opera House, Deák Square, Western-Railway station (Nyugati) and Eastern-Railway station (Keleti), the Margaret Island, downtown pedestrian zone and glittery shopping area - Váci utca etc.
    Sights which are toured around on the Buda side: Castle district with Matthias Church, Fishermen's Bastion, Gellért Hill and many more.
  • Lunch at restaurant.
  • Afternoon: Visit one of Budapest’s Turkish Bath: Rudas Fürdő, Lukács Fürdő, Király Fürdő
  • Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
  Day 2
  • Excursion to the baroque town of Eger
  • Breakfast at hotel.
  • Eger is a city built on gently rolling hills, replete with history, wine cellars, and wrought iron gates and balcony railings of the finest quality. Take a short orientation walk through town center and see many of the baroque buildings and statues, visit the remnants of the medieval castle which, defended by a handful of local patriots, withstood fierce attacks of the invading army of the mighty Ottomans outnumbering the defenders by more than 100 times, and enjoy the panorama of the city from the castle walls.
    Eger being the capital city of one of the most famous vine growing regions of Hungary is also the birthplace of the full bodied, deep ruby color historic red wine called Bull's Blood.
  • Lunch at restaurant
  • Afternoon: Wine tasting: The program begins by viewing the two cellar branches, during which our guests can follow the path of the wine and get an inside view of the day-to-day life of an active winery. Next, visitors can learn about traditional, classical winemaking.
  • Return to Budapest
  • Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
  Day 3
  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Visit the second largest Baroque Palace of the world in Gödöllő! After only a 30-minute drive from Budapest we arrive to the former summer residence of Queen Elisabeth (Sissi) and Francis Joseph (Habsburg Emperor & Hungarian king 1867-1916). This interior visit and the tour through the gardens of the Chateau, gives you a glimpse of times under the Austro-Hungarian Empire. With the help of our guide you will become acquainted with the secrets of the private life, the hidden doors, bedrooms and lovers of the royal couple. Next, we drive to a traditional Farm where you will be welcomed with a Hungarian “Pogácsa” and with the national welcome drink, pálinka. Horsemen will take us for a Carriage Ride through the area and will invite you to a traditional Horse Show.
  • Return to Budapest, free program
  • Folklore evening on the Danube:a fantastic 2-hour folklore program on the Danube with a 3-course dinner. Our guests can enjoy the performance of folk dancers, singers and can listen to gypsy music, and they can also see the world-famous "csardas", "botos" and "juhasztanc".
  • Overnight at the hotel.
  Day 4
  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Afternoon: arriving in Vienna
  • Lunch at restaurant.
  • Visit Vienna. the capital of Austria which is a cultural, economic, and political centre. Vienna is often said to be "The City of Dreams" because it was home to psychologist Professor Sigmund Freud.
  • City tour:Ringstrasse, Opera House, Hofburg, Parliament, Old Town Hall, Graben, Stephans Dom, Burg Theater, University, Hundertwasser’s House, Prater.
  • Check in to the hotel.
  • Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
  Day 5
  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Visit Schönbrunn Palace, a former imperial 1441-room Rococo summer residence in Vienna, Austria. The palace and gardens illustrate the tastes, interests, and aspirations of successive Habsburg monarchs. UNESCO catalogued Schönbrunn Palace on the World Heritage List in 1996, together with its gardens, as a remarkable Baroque ensemble and example of synthesis of the arts
  • Lunch at restaurant.
  • Afternoon: free program
  • Evening: Austrian Dinner Show
  • 3-course set-menu. Between each dinner course, the visitors experience an exciting program divided into 3 entertaining show scenes. During dinner, typical Viennese music will be played live. The musical highlight of our show featuring Austria’s most celebrated operetta composers,Johann Strauss, Franz Lehar and Robert Stolz
  • Overnight at the hotel
  Day 6
  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic. It was the seat of two Holy Roman Emperors and thus then also the capital of the Holy Roman Empire. It was an important city to the Habsburg Monarchy and its Austro-Hungarian Empire.
  • Lunch at restaurant.
  • City tour: Wenceslas Square, Old Town is a medieval settlement of Prague, include Old New Synagogue, Jewish quarter, Old Town Square and Astronomical Clock., Across the river Vltava is the Lesser Quarter, called Malá Strana in Czech. These two parts of the town are connected by Charles Bridge.
  • Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
  Day 7
  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Visit Hradcany, Castle district of Prague with Monastery Strahov, Church Notre Dame de Lorette, Palace Czernin. Most of the district consists of noble historical palaces. There are many other attractions for visitors: romantic nooks, peaceful places and beautiful lookouts.
  • Prague Castle with the St. Vitus Cathedral which store the Czech Crown Jewels, Basilica St.-George, Old Royal Palace and Golden Lane
  • Lunch at restaurant.
  • Evening: Prague Dinner River Cruise
  • Experience the magnificence of Prague by night, with a dinner river cruise through the city centre, whilst enjoying the entertainment of a talented jazz band. This excellent value river cruise includes a good hot and cold buffet dinner, to be enjoyed either on deck or inside the boat.
  • Overnight at the hotel
  Day 8
  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Coach transfer to airport PRAGUE (on schedule)
  • End of our services.

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