Central European Capitals

Visit Central Europe's most attractive capitals on this 11-day tailor-made experience. Start in Vienna and make your way through Budapest to Prague while visiting all the most prominent destinations and landmarks along way.

Day 1- Arrival

Make yourself comfortable after your trip to Vienna and enjoy a relaxing dinner as you prepare for your tour of the city tomorrow.
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Day 2-Vienna city tour

Take a walking tour of the city before settling down for some world-famous cake tasting in the cafe Sazher. In the afternoon enjoy your dinner alongside the best view Vienna has to offer.
Day 3-Cultural tour of Vienna

Spend the first half of the day touring Vienna's finest museums and wine-tasting with a sommelier who will teach you all about wine-making. Come evening, a Mozart and Strauss concert awaits in the Kursalon Vienna.
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Day 4- Melk Abbey

Enjoy a full day trip to Melk Abbey, the baroque wonder overlooking the Danube river with lunch in the Melk Abbey restaurant. Look forward to an opera in the evening.
Day 5- Budapest

Travel to Budapest and take some free time to recharge your batteries until the evening, dinner in one of Budapest's most famous restaurants awaits with the best view of the city.
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Day 6- Budapest city tour

Get ready for a full city tour of Budapest on which you will visit all of the cities major attractions before embarking on a 50-minute-long cruise on the Danube.
Day 7- Etyek

Take a short trip to Etyek, Hungary's wine capital, for a private wine tasting tour rounded out locally sourced meat and cheese plates before heading back to Budapest.
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Day 8- The Danube bend

Stop by the region's most scenic locations such as a visit to the Basilica in Esztergom, the Visegrad Castle and the Zsitvay finished up with a tour of Szentendre's city center.
Day 9- Prague

Travel to Prague and take some time rest from the trip. In the evening, a superb dinner awaits in the restaurant Flek.
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Day 10- Prague city tour

Follow the footsteps of Prague's royal family in your city tour before taking a break in the capital's oldest cafe, Slavija. Come evening, enjoy dinner in a medieval tavern with live music and traditional dancers.
Day 11- Carlsbad

The highlight of anyone's visit to the Checzh Republic, the 14th-century spa town has been taking in world-renown guests since its conception. Later, a short visit to the famous glass factory Moser awaits.
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