Prague Family Holiday
04 Nights stay at Prague
Private Prague Transfer (Airport – Hotel)
Prague Hop on Hop off Tour
Half day trip to Lake Bled with Pletna Boat on sharing basis
Meet & greet at arrival
Pick and Drop at time of arrival/departure
Sightseeing in shared vehicle
• Airfare and taxes (both international and domestic)
• Any meals apart from the one mentioned in the itinerary
• Any tours apart from the one mentioned in the itinerary
• Govt. Service tax @ 5%
• Any other services not mentioned in the inclusions or itinerary
• Peak season surcharges
• Visa & Travel Insurance
Day 1 – Arrive Prague
• Overnight stay at the hotel
Day 2 – Prague
• Overnight stay at Hotel
Day 3 – The Best of Prague
After breakfast, you will go on a wonderful orientation tour of Prague, covering views of the Astronomical Clock, Charles Bridge, St. Vitus Cathedral, Wenceslas Square, Jewish Quarter, Mala Strana and Old Town Square. Spend some free time at the city centre and then head to the famous Prague Castle (with entry fee). Then relish a delicious Indian dinner and return to your hotel for a pleasant overnight stay. Meals: Breakfast and dinner.
Day 4 – Prague – Salzburg
After a delicious breakfast, check out from the hotel and take transfer to Salzburg. You will get to visit the Hellbrunn Palace, Hohensalzburg Palace, Mirabell Gardens, Mozart’s birthplace, Residenz Fountain and Mondsee Cathedral. Then stay overnight in Salzburg. Meal: Breakfast and dinner.
St. Vitus Cathedral
It took 600 years to build this magnificent cathedral and it is one of the most richly endowed churches in Europe. You’ll find this towering structure within the walls of Prague Castle at the top of a steep walk paved with centuries-old stones. St Vitus Cathedral still serves as the seat of the Archbishop of Prague. Inside, you’ll see the baroque silver tomb of St John of Nepomuck as well as stunning art nouveau stained glass, a 14th-century mosaic of the Last Judgement and the tombs of Saint Wenceslas and Charles IV. Insider tip — instead of going right into the castle, take a stroll left of the main gate through a garden with sweeping views of the city. Pass a cherub fountain and find stairs to your right. Ascend the stairs through the castle wall for the most breathtaking reveal of the church.
Petrin Hill looms over the ancient city of Prague across the river from old town where you’ll find meandering paths that are perfect for an afternoon stroll. They’ll take you up the hill where you can enjoy sweeping views of old town, a mini Eiffel Tower, an astronomical observatory, a centuries-old brewery and the Strahov Monastery which houses an ornate library. Kick off your visit to Prague with a walk up Petrin Hill to get the lay of the land. Climb the 299 steps of the 60-meter (200-foot) Petrin Tower, modeled after France’s iconic landmark, to get a bird’s eye view of the winding streets below.
You don’t necessarily think of exotic animals when you think of this ancient city, but Prague has one of the best zoos in all of Europe. You’ll find this sprawling expanse of zoo animals right on the banks of the river Vitava next to the Troja Castle. Ranked the fifth best zoo in the world, you can get up close and personal with rare animals like the Galapagos Giant Tortoise that lives an impressive 100 years. You’ll also find elephants, rhinos and giraffes throughout the expansive grounds.
The Spanish Synagogue sits right in the heart of old town in the Jewish Quarter. It was built back in 1868, is Prague’s first Jewish House of Worship and is widely regarded as the most beautiful synagogue in all of Europe. This Moorish-style building features stunning stained glass windows, stylized Islamic motifs handpainted onto the walls and ornate gold tilework. The most breathtaking feature is the interior of the massive central dome. Galleries crown the dome so there is plenty to explore in one of Prague’s most prized buildings.