Prague, Vienna & Budapest 10 Days 9 Nights(2014)[RKS]Tour Code:RKS

Visiting:Prague(3 nts) - Vienna(3 nts) - Budapest(3 nts) 

Discover the wonderful history and culture of Eastern Europe on our threecity tour of Prague, Vienna and Budapest. Your journey will take you to the Bohemian ancestry of Prague, the musical splendor of Vienna, and the vibrant and complex Hungarian capital of Budapest. Join us for this unforgettable 10-day tour!

Please be advised that with effect from April 25, 2014 there will be a change in the complimentary travel insurance coverage and benefits provided with all our Vacation Series. All guests with full payments and bookings made after 04/25/2014 will be covered under the new travel protection plan that shall encompass benefits as detailed as in this link.

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Day 1   |  Arrive in Prague, Czech Republic  (D )

Arrive in the Czech Republic and meet your tour director who will transfer you to your hotel. Settle in to your accommodations before joining your fellow travelers at a local restaurant for your Welcome Dinner.

Day 2   |  Prague  (B )

The Czech Republic capital of Prague was also once the capital city of Bohemia as well as that of the Holy Roman Empire. Discover the beauty of this popular and populous city, epitomized by its gorgeous 100-spired skyline. You’ll begin your tour at the Old Town Square. This centuries-old gathering place is home to the 15th century Astronomical Clock, St. Nicholas Church and the eastern end of Charles Bridge. You’ll also visit the historically significant Jewish Quarter, birthplace of Kafka and WWII repository of Jewish artifacts. Take the remainder of the day free at leisure before attending an evening opera performance*.

Day 3   |  Prague  (B )

Continue your exploration of Prague as you cross the Vltava River to visit Hradcany, the city’s Castle District. Here you’ll view the profoundly extensive gothic Cathedral of St. Vitus*, headquarters to the nation’s Roman Catholic religion and namesake of the patron saint of dancers. You’ll also visit the Old Royal Palace*, St. George’s Basilica*, Golden Lane, and the legendary gothic prison, Daliborka Tower*. The afternoon is free for you to retire to your accommodations or follow your curiosity to one of Prague’s many features of interest.

Day 4   |  PragueVienna, Austria  (B ,D )

After breakfast, travel south via motor coach to Austria and its delightful “City of Music,” Vienna. Among the world’s innovation leaders, Vienna’s rich culture and history will indelibly impress itself in your memories and imagination. Upon arrival, take the rest of the day free at leisure before enjoying your evening meal at a local Heurigen (“wine tavern”) restaurant.

Day 5   |  Vienna  (B )

Your Viennese tour begins at Hofburg Palace*, whose numerous wings tell the extensive history of this ruler’s residence. Continue sightseeing as you view the immense Belvedere Palace, the Prater Amusement Park, St. Steven’s Cathedral* and the UN Buildings. Your afternoon is free for you to explore as you choose. Then you are treated to an evening concert* featuring the compositions of Austrian luminaries, Johann Strauss and W.A. Mozart.

Day 6   |  Vienna  (B )

Your day’s itinerary consists of a guided tour to the palatial Kunsthistorisches Museum* in the morning. Housing the impressive collections of the Royal House of Habsburg, the ornate dome-topped museum is itself a work of art. The remains of your day are free at leisure to explore Vienna at your own pace. Choose to find your way to a street market or treat yourself to Viennese ice cream. Then, as night falls, you may elect to stroll through the beautifully lit city structures.

Day 7   |  ViennaBudapest, Hungary  (B )

Journey eastbound to the Hungarian capital city of Budapest. Sprawled along both sides of the romantic Danube River, Budapest awes visitors with its rich and expansive architecture. This metropolis serves as the central hub to Hungary’s politics, commerce and culture. Upon arrival, feel free to enjoy the city at your leisure, perhaps stopping by a local “ruin pub” or consult your tour director for optional excursions.

Day 8   |  Budapest  (B )

Your sightseeing tour of Budapest takes you to view several points of interest. The Gothic Revival-styled Parliament Building stands as Hungary’s largest building. Noted as Budapest’s most famous street, Vaci Utca is well known for its many shops and eateries. And no tour of Budapest is complete without seeing Heroes’ Square, home to the Hungarian Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the marvelous 118-foot tall Millennium Memorial.

Day 9   |  Budapest  (B ,D )

Resume your sightseeing tour by visiting the key sites of the Castle Hill District: the Royal Palace, the Fisherman’s Bastion* and the landmark Matthias Church*. Take the afternoon free at leisure to unwind at your discretion. Then rejoin your fellow travelers to dine and be entertained at a local Csarda restaurant.

Day 10   |  Depart Budapest  (B )

Concluding your journey through Hungary, Austria and the Czech Republic, you transfer to the airport to board your return flight back home.