Return Economy class airfare with charges on Airline visualized : Aeroflot or comparative
Abroad travel protection for explorers up to 55 years old
Mainland buffet breakfast
Suppers (as indicated in the schedule)
Guided visits attractions, touring and passages according to the schedule
All exchanges by fancy mentor as said in the agenda
Things of individual nature viz, drinks, clothing, calls, and so forth.
Anything not specified in considerations.
Suppers other than determined in the schedule.
GST OF 5% ON TOTAL PACKAGE
Day 1 – Arrival in Budapest
Welcome to Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Architecturally stunning Budapest is a tour de force of Hapsburg splendor, best appreciated over rich cream cakes in a chandelier-lit Gerbeaud coffee house or a sumptuous steam in a Gellért thermal bath. Beyond the grandeur of the Royal Palace and the Hungarian State Opera House, the city has its head very much in the progressive, party-loving present.
Free of its communist shackles, a dynamic cultural undercurrent once again flows freely down the Danube and across the city’s grandly designed boulevards. Upon arrival in the city, you will be taken for dinner at an Indian restaurant after which you can retire to your hotel in Budapest for the overnight stay.
Day 2 – Budapest
Enjoy delicious breakfast in the Hotel. Proceed for a guided city tour of Budapest. See the Parliament Building, Margaret Island, Fishermen’s Bastion, the Royal Castle and Matthias Coronation Church. Visit Heroes’ Square which typifies the modern capital, while along the riverbank you find the old inns and wine cellars. At the end of the day, enjoy home-style dinner at an Indian restaurant after which you will be transferred to your hotel in Budapest for overnight stay.
Day 3 – Bratislava
After Breakfast, check out of the Hotel and proceed towards Vienna. A whirl of gilded Hapsburg palaces and regal parks on the banks of the blue Danube, make Vienna a fine city of romance. Tradition and innovation walk hand in hand: Strauss waltzes are still hip to 20-something ball-goers, and even the imperial stables have been reinvented as the sprawling and vibrant Museums Quarter.
The Viennese love gemütlichkeit (relaxation), so this city is to be savored not rushed, whether you’re indulging in a dark chocolate Sachertorte in a chandelier-lit coffee house or rising gently above the twinkling Prater in the Riesenrad Ferris wheel.
Upon arrival in Vienna proceed for the guided tour of Vienna. See the State Opera, Parliament, and the Town Hall, Heroes’ Square. You shall have a Photo Stop at the famous Schönbrunn Palace and Gardens.Continue your journey to the town of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. After an eventful day, enjoy delicious Dinner in Indian Restaurant. Check in to Hotel and spend comfortable overnight.
Day 4 – Prague
After a continental breakfast, proceed on Guided Tour of Bratislava. Slovakia’s youthful capital has transformed itself from a relatively unappealing sprawl of postwar, Communist-era buildings into a relaxed and pleasant medium-size capital in the span of little more than a decade. The city’s compact Old Town has been completely and stunningly renovated. Most of the area is restricted to car traffic, and in the evenings it seems, the whole town converges to the center for a cup of coffee or a glass of wine. You will be see Bratislava Castle, St. Martin’s Cathedral, Grassalkovich Palace – Slovakia’s White House, Old Town Hall and Novy Most (New Bridge).
Continue your journey to Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. The ‘City of a Thousand Spires’ has seen it all. Centuries of Bohemian kings, classical composers, invading Nazis, Soviet tanks and Velvet Revolutionaries have passed over Prague’s cobblestones, and the spires survived it all, creating one of Europe’s most romantic and beautiful skylines. In the evening, you will be taken for dinner at an Indian restaurant. After an eventful day, check in to the Hotel and spend comfortable overnight in.
Day 5 – Prague
After a continental breakfast at the hotel, we proceed for a guided city tour of Prague. The guided sightseeing features landmarks such as the Jewish Quarter, Wenceslas Square, Castle District, Charles Bridge, and the Old Town Square with the Astronomical Clock.
At the end of the day, enjoy home-style dinner at an Indian restaurant after which you can retire to your hotel in Prague for an overnight stay.