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Day 1 ; Arrive at Budapest. Check in to your hotel Relax and try to explore the nearby places in the evening. Also it is necessary to have a nice rest after the long flight journey. Day 2 Start by touring Buda: Fisherman’s Bastion, Matthias Church, and Buda Castle. Take the funicular down to the Szechenyi Chain Bridge, another Budapest icon. Walk across the Szechenyi Bridge to the Pest side of Budapest. Take a peek inside the Four Seasons Hotel, also known as the Gresham Palac. From Gresham Palace, it is just a short walk along a pedestrian-only street to St. Istvan’s Basilica, a Roman Catholic Basilica. Tour the Basilica and if you have the energy, climb the dome for more views over Budapest. Walk back to the Danube by way of the pedestrian street, turn right once you get to the Danube River, and walk along the promenade. In a few blocks you will arrive at “Shoes on the Danube,” a memorial to Jewish people who were shot and killed during WWII. Continue your walk along the Danube to Parliament. Day 3 Budapest: Opera, House of Terror Museum, New York Cafe, Szechenyi Baths Start your day by walking along Andrassy Ut. . Walk past the Opera house, cafes, and shopping stores to the House of Terror Museum. The House of Terror Museum is hard-core. Take a detour to the New York Cafe for lunch. This is an opulent cafe in Budapest, the perfect place for fancy drinks and fancy food.. Walk or take a taxi to Heroes’ Square and then stroll around the park. Spend an hour relaxing in the thermal baths at the world famous Szechenyi Baths. End the day by having drinks and dinner. Day 4 Travel from Budapest to Vienna, tour Vienna Take a train from Budapest to Vienna. The journey takes between two to three hours and is very scenic. Once in Vienna, take the metro or a taxi to your hotel. Spend the afternoon touring the area around Stephensplatz. Go inside Stephensdom and climb the tower for some of the best views over Vienna. Walk down Graben, a famous shopping street, and make sure you visit Demel, famous for its gourmet chocolate and desserts. Have an early dinner and then it is time to go to the opera!! The Vienna Opera is one of the premiere spots in the world End your day by having a slice of the world famous Sacher Torte at Cafe Sacher. Day 5 Vienna: Schönbrunn Palace, Hofburg Palace, Vienna at Night Visit Schönbrunn Palace, the summer residence of the Hapsburgs. For those who have been to Versailles, you may experience deja vu, as these two residences are very similar. Return to the heart of Vienna and continue your journey through the history of the Hapsburgs by visiting the Hofburg Palace (the home of the Hapsburgs) and the Kaisergruft (the crypt that holds the remains of the Hapsburgs). Have dinner in town. After dinner, for an almost free tour of Vienna illuminated at night, take the tram along Ringstrasse, watching as the Opera, Hofburg Palace, Rathaus, and other famous buildings glide by. Day 6 Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Belvedere Palace, Heuriger The Kunsthistorisches Museum is home to works of art by Vermeer, Caravaggio, Titian, and Raphael. The interior of the museum is just as impressive as the artwork. After a leisurely lunch, tour the Belvedere Palace, which is the place to see artwork by Gustav Klimt. From the Belvedere Palace it is a long tram ride out of the heart of Vienna to the Vienna Woods. Now you will be on the outskirts of Vienna and your tour of Vienna will end with a truly authentic Viennese experience. Try dining at a heuriger. A heuriger is a wine garden serving homemade wine and small meals of traditional Viennese foods. This is one of the best ways to get off of the tourist track and get a different glimpse of Vienna and its culture. Day 7 Drive from Vienna to Prague, Visiting Cesky Krumlov Along the Way Take a train from Vienna to Prague. You are expected to reach by late afternoon. Visit the Old Town (Stare Mesto) and climb the Town Hall tower for amazing Prague views. Don’t miss the astronomical clock, which puts on a brief show at the top of every hour. End the day with a sunset walk across Charles Bridge. Day 8 Prague: Jewish Quarter, Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, Pub Crawl Start your day by touring the Jewish Quarter of Prague. Visit the old Jewish cemetery and the Old New Synagogue (the oldest synagogue is central and eastern Europe). . For one of the best views over Prague, climb the Old Town Tower Bridge, located at Charles Bridge. From here, get a bird’s eye view of Charles Bridge with Prague Castle forming the backdrop. It’s a great view! Walk across the Charles Bridge and enjoy the view. Take a quick detour to Lennonova Zed, also known as the Lennon Wall. Covered with ever-changing graffiti, this is one of the most colorful spots in Prague. Visit the Prague Castle and St. Vitus’ Cathedral. End the day with a pub crawl in Prague. The Czech Republic brews fantastic beer and there’s no better place to sample it than in Prag
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Vienna 1 Nights ->Salzburg 2 Nights->Innsbruck 1 Nights->Lucerne 3 Nights->Paris 2 Nights.
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Vienna 1 Nights ->Salzburg 2 Nights->Innsbruck 1 Nights->Lucerne 3 Nights->Paris 2 Nights.
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