Are you the urban type? Not really looking for a beach stay? Travelling by train and combining 3 Eastern European cities could be your ideal vacation. Culture, events, food and shopping are all waiting for you in Budapest, Vienna & Prague.
- 10 nights 3-star accommodation (3nts Budapest, 3nts Vienna, 4nts Prague)
- Breakfast daily
- Airport transfers
- Train transportation between cities (Upgrade to 1st class additional $220 per person)
- Optional city tour in all 3 cities available to add (additional $199 per person)
Round-trip flights from Canada to Budapest and return from Prague not included but can be added
|Sep 1-Oct 30, 2022|
|3-star accommodation||from $1819|
|4-star accommodation||from $2089|
|5-star accommodation||from $3929|
|Nov 1-Dec 10, 2022|
|3-star accommodation||from $1399|
|4-star accommodation||from $1519|
|5-star accommodation||from $3199|
Optional Excursions: Add 3 city tours (1 in each city) for $199
Looking to extend your holiday?
Add an Extension to Poland for 6 Days/ 5 nights from $745
DAY 1 BUDAPEST
Upon arrival in Budapest, transfer to the hotel of your choice including breakfast.
Accommodation: Budapest Hôtel Erzsebeth or similar (3 nights) or Upgrade to 4-star Hotel Contintental Zara
DAYS 2-3 BUDAPEST (B)
Days at leisure in Budapest. This city is a hidden jewel –get there before the rest of the world realizes what they are missing! The city is bisected by the Danube River, separating the Buda side from the Pest side. Buda is home to Buda Castle,the Fishermen’s Bastion, St-Matthias Church and Gellert Hills historic thermal spring swimming pool. Pest is where you will find Heroes Square, the Opera, the beautiful Parliament, the pedestrian shopping street and St. Stephen’s Basilica.
DAY 4 BUDAPEST · VIENNA (B)
Train in economy class to Vienna
Accommodation: Hotel Post Wien or similar for 3 nights or Upgrade to 4-star Hotel MAXX Steigenberger
DAYS 5-6 VIENNA (B)
Days at leisure. The heart of the old Vienna is surrounded by the Ring Strauss (street). The ideal location is to be of walking distance from it. A few things not to miss in Vienna: the State Opera House, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Natural History Museum in the former Habsburg winter residence. Outside the city centre you will surely want to visit the showrooms of the truly spectacular Schönbrunn Palace, the summer residence of the Habsburg family. Vienna is the place to be for stunning operas and classical concerts. There are so many reasons why the city has won the title of “Most liveable city in the world for young people” for multiple years running.
DAY 7 VIENNA· PRAGUE (B)
Train in economy class to Prague.
Accommodation: Prague Hôtel Chopin or similar (4 nights) or Upgrade to 4-star Hotel 987 or similar
DAYS 8-10 PRAGUE (B)
Days at leisure.One of the most beautiful and well preserved cities in Europe. Every street is a postcard transporting you back in time. The monuments and buildings are so colourful, architecturally interesting and unique that you will feel like you stepped into a painting. Don’t miss the Municipal House, Wenceslas Square, the National Museum and Old Town Square. Admire the Tyn Church and the famous Astronomical clock. Visit Prague Castle and take a walk on Charles Bridge across the Vltava River. An excursion can take you outside the city to Cesky Krumlov, a beautiful medieval town, and Karlovy Vary, a famous thermal spa destination.
DAY 11 PRAGUE (B)
Transfer to Prague airpo tfor your flight back or extension to Poland (details under add ons). (B)
EXTENSION TO POLAND FOR 6 DAYS / 5 NIGHTS STARTING FROM $745
While in the area why not add a few nights to your Eastern Europe discovery and take a train from Prague to Krakow and then Warsaw to see what Poland has to offer?
DAY 11 PRAGUE -KRAKOW (B)
Train in economy class to Krakow. Accommodation:Krakow for 3 nights
DAYS 12-13 KRAKOW (B)
Days at leisure.
DAY 14 KRAKOW-WARSAW (B)
Train in economy class to Warsaw. Accommodation: Warsaw for 2 nights
DAY 15 WARSAW (B)
Day at leisure.
DAY 16 WARSAW-CANADA (B)
Transfer to Warsaw airport for your flight back to Canada