Prague Trip Cost
Flight into Prague and out of Budapest
Hotel for 3 nights in Prague
Train from Prague to Vienna
Hotel for 3 nights in Vienna
Train from Vienna to Budapest
Hotel for 3 nights in Budapest
Daily breakfast (if stated in hotel info)
Day 1 in Prague
Prague Trip Cost Welcome to Prague! Upon landing, you will experience traditions and movement. Should you pick to buy an exchange to your inn; a delegate will sit tight for you as you leave movement. Land at your inn, check in and don’t surrender to fly slack! The city of a thousand towers anticipates you!
Start your visit in the Old Town (Staré Mesto). Old Town Square is the verifiable heart of Prague and it is here that you will locate the Old Town Hall and its well known Astronomical Clock, dating from the fourteenth century. Make sure to see the hourly parade of the witnesses on the clock and afterward climb (or take the lift) to the highest point of the pinnacle for all encompassing perspectives of the city, including the Gothic towers of the Tyn Church and Jan Hus landmark. At that point stop for lunch (and all the more stunning photographs) at the housetop eatery of the U Prince eatery on the square or attempt the customary goulash and meal pork knee with cabbage and dumplings served at U Vejvodu, one of the first eateries of the Pilsner bottling works, situated on Jilska road.
This evening, investigate the Jewish Quarter (Josefov) including the Maisel Synagogue, the Pinkas Synagogue, the Spanish Synagogue, the Old Jewish Cemetery and the Jewish Museum. A while later, make a beeline for Powder Tower, one of the authentic entryways to Old Town, before proceeding nearby to respect the choice Art Nouveau insides of Prague’s Municipal House, home to Smetana Hall and the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. This is a decent place to stop for some espresso or nibble to eat in the ground floor eatery. Or on the other hand eat in the celebrated Sarah Bernhardt eatery, situated in Hotel Paris, inverse the Municipal House. Complete your night with a sentimental walk around the Charles Bridge during the evening.
Day 2 in Prague
Wake up early today and set out toward Charles Bridge to look at its numerous statues and contact the Cross of St. Jan of Nepomuk. (You can climb the towers at either end of the extension for all encompassing perspectives of the city.) Across the Vltava River, in Lesser Town (Mala Strana), you will need to visit the ornate Church of St. Nicholas and in addition the Church of Our Lady Victorious, home to the renowned ‘Baby Jesus of Prague’. A short time later, investigate the curious boulevards of this zone were once home to representatives and traders and now house numerous remote consulates.
From Mala Strana proceed to the wonderful shelters of Strahov Monastery, where you can stop for a reviving lager and tidbit, before visiting the Prague Loreto, Castle Square and Prague Castle, which in not a solitary building, yet rather a complex of structures and places of worship. Your voyage through Prague Castle, established in the ninth century, ought to incorporate visits to St. Vitus Cathedral, the Royal Palace, St. George’s Basilica and Golden Lane.
Following a bustling day of touring, board an unwinding supper watercraft voyage along the Vlatava River and appreciate the sights of Prague by night. Or on the other hand in the event that you appreciate musical show, you can get an execution at the popular Estates’ Theater where Mozart’s Don Giovanni was first arranged in 1787.
Day 3 in Prague
Start your day investigating Wenceslas Square, the busiest and liveliest piece of the city. There are numerous decisions for feasting and shopping around there, particularly on Na Prikope Street. Here, you should visit the National Museum at the highest point of the Square, with its Hall of Fame gave to renowned Czech identities, and the Alfons Mucha Museum on Panska Street, parallel to the square. This unwinding desert garden features the Art Nouveau outlines of the well known craftsman.
This evening, head into New Town (Nove Mesto), to see the New Town Hall and Charles Square before proceeding towards the waterway to Dancing House and the Manes Exhibition Hall, overwhelmed by a fifteenth century water tower and devoted to all types of visual expressions. Its juxtaposition of old and new makes it a standout amongst the most captured historic points in Prague. Subsequently, take after the stream up to the National Theater at that point cross the Legion Bridge.
Time allowing, advance toward Ujezd cable car stop and take after the signs for ‘Lanove drahy’ to ride the funicular up to the Petrin Tower (Little Eiffel Tower) for the most astounding perspectives of the city! At long last, spend your last night meandering around the curious shops and eateries of Kampa Park before advancing over the Charles Bridge one final time.