Prague-Vienna tour

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This seven days tour gives you the opportunity to discover the cultural beauties of 2 cities: Prague and Vienna.

Day 1: Arrival in Prague.  Meet with your english speaking guide and transfer from the airport to the hotel. Check in at the hotel.

Day 2: Breakfast at the hotel. After the breakfast departure to full day Prague city tour.  Tourists will see Prague Castle, residence of Czech kings; St. Vitus Cathedral, one of the biggest and the most beautiful in the world; Golden Lane, small ancient street with fairy small houses and Franz Kafka’s house. Tourists will go through the Kings road: Charles Bridge, Old Town Square, Jewish Quarter and Wenceslas Square, main boulevard of Prague. Return to the hotel.

Day 3: Breakfast at the hotel. Full day excursion to Karlovy Vary.  In the evening  optional visit of the Black theater show.

Day 4: Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Vienna.  Visit of magic and fabulous city of Ceský Krumlov, situated nearby Czech borders. Arrival in Vienna, check in at the hotel.

Day 5: After the breakfast departure to full day Vienna city tour. Tourists will see  the Ringstrasse, State opera house, Museum quarter, Hofburg, Parliament, the City Hall, Burgtheater, Prater, Kunsthaus and will  visit Schonnbrunn Palace.

Day 6: Breakfast at the hotel.  Full day excursion to Salzburg and dinner with wine in  the most famous wine village in the world – Grinzing.

Day 7: Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to the airport and departure.

Package inludes:

  • 7 days English speaking guide
  • 7 days airconditioned bus at disposal
  • 3 nights accommodation in 4* centrally located hotel in Prague
  • 3 nights accommodation in 4* centrally located hotel in Vienna
  • Entrance fees: Prague Castle, Old Town Square Tower, Schonnbrunn Palace, St. Stephen’s Cathedral