Hungary,Austria & Czech Republic


Day1-3.Prague.Your Central European holiday begins in Prague, the Czech Republic’s enchanting capital. Staying atThe Augustine, an award-winning boutique hotel which dates back almost a thousand years to its time as a monastery, you’ll relish the luxuries that make it one of our favourites. Celebrate your arrival into Prague with a beer or two in the brewery bar, and why not try a beer-based spa treatment to really get into the spirit of things? Between whimsical strolls through the city’s charming streets, passing through Old Town and admiring the view from Charles Bridge, we’ll take you on a VIP wine tasting tour at Castle Melník, where the Lobkowicz family have been producing wine since 1753.Accomodation The Augustine, A Luxury Collection Hotel
Day4-5.Vienna.Hop on a train and arrive into Vienna.Spend two days at the Austria's capital city with its dripping in baroque churches, gothic gems and ornate palaces. Explore the Golden Quarter, dipping into chic boutiques, before admiring the kaleidoscopic roof at St. Stephen’s Cathedral, just moments from the hotel, and for dinner feast on delicious Austrian delicacies at one of the refined restaurants, such as Cafe Bar Bloom. A truly special experience is learning the art of the Viennese Waltz: we’ll arrange a private class for you in the heart of Vienna at Pallavicini Palace.Accomodation Hotel Bristol Vienna
Day6-8.Salzburg.Taking the 2½ hour scenic train journey from Vienna to Salzburg, you will arrive into the prized jewel of Austria for a three night stay at you hotel .Staying in the heart of the city, you will be both geographically, historically and culturally positioned between Salzburg’s old and new town, making it the perfect location to discover the baroque buildings, the beautiful concert halls, and the magnificent foothills of the towering Alps. During your stay, you will be able to go on a highlights walking tour to get a good impression of the festival city. With its charming and vibrant atmosphere, discover the best side of Salzburg on foot, with important stops at the famous house of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the filming locations of the Sound of Music.One of the day visit the Famous Swaroski Crystal world at Innsburk which is just a two hour drive from your hotel.Accomodation Hotel Goldener Hirsch, A Luxury Collection Hotel
Day 9-11: Budapest.Hop on a train and arrive in Budapest and arrive at your hotel.Spend the evening at leisure.This three days While you are in the Hungarian capital, immerse yourselves in the buzzing cafe scene and browse some of Budapest’s art exhibitions, including those at Brody ArtYard.This historic townhouse encases a modern boutique hotel whose design is all about up-cycling, with repurposed objects like reclaimed wooden doors fashioned as wall art. A city tour with a driver and private guide is a fantastic way to get to know the city: you’ll unearth Budapest’s architectural delights, like the striking Parliament building perched on the banks of the Danube, the castle and Fisherman’s Bastion.Accomodation Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest.
Day 12-Budapest.You will transferred to the airport and take your flight back home

VIP Experience

Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest.our Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest is centrally located at the end of the renowned Chain Bridge, with panoramic vistas of the Danube and the hills of Buda. unique art nouveau landmark, the recently transformed Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest combines historical elegance with ultra-modern comforts.n art nouveau landmark on Szechenyi Square, Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest gracefully combines vintage architecture and design with modern services and amenities. Of the Hotel’s 179 generously proportioned guest rooms, including 19 suites with vaulted ceilings and private step-out balconies, many offer views of intimate interior courtyards, the Old City or the sparkling Danube. View our special offers and guest reviews.
Hotel Bristol Vienna.Vienna's renown as a hub of classical music, theater, and opera draws international visitors to the capital city. Hotel Bristol's more than 100-year history and city center location next to the Vienna State Opera, meanwhile, ensure an authentic stay.Experience the ultimate in old-world service at the Hotel Bristol. In addition to an around-the-clock concierge, Fitness Center, and nightly turndown service, the Bristol Lounge attracts worldly gourmands with classic Austrian cuisine.Our 150 spacious guest rooms, including 23 suites, enchant with Art Nouveau style, fin de siécle touches and real antiques. Additionally, the star-shaped ceiling of Penthouse Suites charms while our Prince of Wales Suite's timeless riches make us unique
Hotel Goldener Hirsch, A Luxury Collection Hotel.Situated on the renowned Getreidegasse road in Salzburg's old town, the historic 5 star luxury hotel in Salzburg Goldener Hirsch introduces guests to the city's captivating character. Since 1407 the hotel in Salzburg offers its guests traditional, original flair.The 65 guest rooms and five luxury suites boast authentic, handpicked Salzburg-style décor. The original antiques and handmade furniture honor 600 years of hotel history.Located across from the Festival Hall and down the street from Mozart's house the hotel is as well just a short walk away from designer boutiques in the Getreidegasse and the Salzach River. The city adventure starts right on the doorstep of the hotel. Our team of concierges is eager to assist you with around-the-clock advice to enjoy your stay in the Luxury Collection Hotel in Salzburg.
The Augustine, A Luxury Collection Hotel.Centrally located in the heart of Prague between Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge, in the picturesque Lesser Town district, Augustine, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Prague is the quintessence of Prague’s historic character and beauty.his fascinating property represents the epitome of elegance in the historical city of Prague and features 101 exceptional rooms including 12 suites and fascinating 4 signature suites. The hotel has been created from a set of seven buildings dating back to 1284, many of which have historical significance, especially the enchanting thirteen century Augustinian St. Thomas Monastery.

Package Details

Central Europe: Budapest, Vienna,Salzburg & Prague
On a charming journey, privately tour Budapest's State Opera House, cruise the Danube by twilight, enjoy a lecture by a former member of the Vienna Philharmonic,This holiday in Salzburg and the surrounding countryside is packed with Austrian charm, historic masterpieces and divine cuisine and stroll cobbled streets in Prague.
  • 3 Nights Accommodation in Prague
  • 2 Nights Accommodation in Vienna
  • 3 Nights in Salzburg
  • 3 Nights in Budapest
  • Airport&Internal Transfers included.
  • Daily Breakfast -Jain/Vegetarian Options Available
Best Time to Visit:
The best times to visit Austria are the spring and the fall. The tourist seasons correspond with the climate: Spring and fall's mild weather comes with mild crowds. Most visitors aim to enjoy the warm, sunny weather that accompanies the summer months.

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