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Your journey begins in the wonderful city of Prague. Few cities can match Prague’s over-the-top romance, and evocative Old-World Charm. Prague is equal parts historic and fun. No other place in Europe has become popular so quickly. And for good reason: Prague – the only Central European capital to escape the large-scale bombing of the last century’s wars – is one of Europe’s best-preserved cities. It’s filled with sumptuous Art Nouveau facades, offers tons of inexpensive Mozart and Vivaldi concerts, and brews some of the best beer in Europe. Cross the famous Charles Bridge, communing with vendors, artists, tourists, and a stoic lineup of Czech saints in stone. Hike up to the world’s biggest castle for a lesson in Czech history and sweeping views across the city’s spires and domes before departing for Vienna or Salzburg depending on your specific itinerary.
Should you decide to select the Salzburg supplement, you’ll find that Salzburg and its residents – or at least its tourism industry – are forever smiling to the tunes of Mozart and The Sound of Music. Thanks to its charmingly preserved old town, splendid gardens, Baroque churches, and Europe’s largest intact medieval fortress, Salzburg feels made for visitors. As a musical mecca, the city puts on a huge annual festival, as well as constant concerts. It’s a city with class. Vagabonds wish they had nicer clothes. If you do not choose the Salzburg supplement, you’ll make your way to Vienna from Prague.
Vienna is the capital of Austria, the cradle of classical music, the home of the rich Habsburg heritage, and one of Europe’s most livable cities. The city center is skyscraper-free, pedestrian-friendly, dotted with quiet parks, and traversed by quaint electric trams. May buildings still reflect 18th- and 19th-century elegance, when the city was at the forefront of the arts and sciences. Compared with most modern European urban centers, the pace of life is slow.
To wrap up this historic adventure, you’ll head to Budapest, Hungary’s capital which is bisected by the River Danube. It’s 19th-century Chain Bridge connects the hilly Buda district with flat Pest. A funicular runs up Castle Hill to Buda’s Old Town where the Budapest History Museum traces city life from Roman times onward. Trinity Square is home to 13th-century Matthias Church and the turrets of the Fisherman’s Bastion, which offer sweeping views of the city.
Destinations & Sightseeing Examples
Day 1 – USA/Prague
Day 2 – Prague
Day 3 – Prague/Vienna (Salzburg Supplement would enter here for 2-Nights - See Details Below)
Day 4 – Vienna
Day 5 - Vienna
Day 6 – Vienna/Budapest
Day 7 - Budapest
With Salzburg Supplement
Day 3 – Prague/Salzburg
Day 4 - Salzburg
Day 5 – Salzburg/Budapest
Accommodations (or similar)
“U Prince Hotel” – Prague, Czech Republic
In the authentic environment of this painstakingly reconstructed building from the 12th century, they offer you accommodation straight on the Old Town Square in 24 rooms, which are originally and stylishly furnished with antique furniture. The hotel has a spacious restaurant on the ground floor with an outside patio overlooking the Old Town Hall with the Astronomical Clock from the 14th century, serving specialties from Czech and international cuisine. In the basement is renowned Black Angel's bar with a pleasant atmosphere of 30‘s, which has been several years in a row named among the best hotel bars in the world. Their rooftop restaurant, Terasa U Prince, combines a unique combination of culinary experience and the most romantic view of old Prague.
“Villa Carlton” – Salzburg, Austria (if added)
Hotel Villa Carlton is just a few steps from the Mirabell Gardens and the Salzburg Congress Center and features individually designed rooms. Salzburg Main Train Station and the Old Town are 2,300 feet away. Free Wi-Fi is available. The spacious rooms at this boutique hotel feature a flat-screen satellite TV, a safe, and an iPod docking station. A bar is available in the elegant lounge. The promenade along the Salzach River is only a few feet away.
“Pertschy Palais Hotel” – Vienna, Austria
The perfect city location of the Pertschy Palais Hotel allows you to easily reach the historic sights of Vienna's first district on foot: a 1-minute walk to the Imperial Palace and the Spanish Riding School, 1 minute to the Graben, 2 minutes to St. Stephen's Cathedral, 4 minutes to the Vienna State Opera. You have hardly arrived, and you will be overtaken by the traces of the past: Palais Cavriani was once one of the most magnificent aristocratic residences and still has one of the oldest listed Baroque facades in Vienna. Family-owned for around 50 years, the Pertschy Palais Hotel has been successfully run by the Pertschy family for the second generation.
“Art'Otel” – Budapest, Hungary
Located on the banks of the Danube, Art’Otel Budapest provides contemporary rooms and suites near the best attractions in Hungary’s capital city. Each accommodation is bursting with color, thanks to contemporary art by renowned artist Donald Sultan. Enjoy engaging amenities like a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi, and then venture out to attractions like Magyar Nemzeti Galéria (the Hungarian National Gallery).
After exploring the city, return to the hotel to relax at the fitness center, which includes a well-equipped gym and a refreshing sauna. You can also stop by Art’Bistrobar or the Drawing Room restaurant for Hungarian and international cuisine. If you love art and culture, take a free tour of the hotel’s extensive collection of Donald Sultan paintings and ask our 24-hour concierge about local events and festivals.
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