Three countries, three magnificent cities, three astonishing cultures of Prague, Krakow and Budapest - all combined to compose the unique ancient heritage, true adornment and precious gems of modern-day Europe.
City:
Prague, Krakow, Budapest
Duration:
8 days
Type:
Private tour
From:
$2,445
Next date:
Flexible

Overview

Day 1
Arrival in Prague

Arrival in the capital of the Czech Republic. Check-in in a centrally located hotel. Free time. 

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Day 2
Prague City Tour

Sightseeing in Prague. Visiting the Old Town. 

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Day 3
Free Day in Prague

Leisure time for exploring Prague on your own or joining one of the optional tours. 

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Day 4
Transfer to Krakow

Train ride to poland's historic town Krakow. Free time upon arrival. 

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Day 5
Krakow City Tour & Optional Tours

Visiting the main sights of Krakow and its beautiful Old Town. Optional tours are also available.

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Day 6
Transfer to Budapest

Driving to the capital of Hungary by bus. Check-in in centrally located hotel. Free time in Budapest.

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Day 7
Budapest City Tour & Optional Tours

Sightseeing in Budapest during a guided walking tour. Extra optional tours are available for today. 

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Day 8
Departure from Budapest

This is the final day of your tour! In the morning your driver takes you to the airport for your flight back home. We hope you enjoyed your fantastic European tour and charming cities you have explored and one day will return here again!

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Price

$2,445
Deposit $500
Private tour
Based on double occupancy

What's included

  • Accommodation in quality 4-star hotels in Prague, Krakow and Budapest;
  • Airport and train station transfers with private driver;
  • Guided city tours with professional English-speaking guides in Prague, Krakow and Budapest;
  • Ostrava - Krakow Private Transfer;
  • Prague - Ostrava train tickets;
  • Krakow - Budapest bus tickets.


Not included: airfares, visa and insurance fees, optional tours, meals, personal expenses and gratuities

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Prague

Welcome to the fairy-tale capital of the Czech Republic - Prague! Your driver transfers you to your remarkable hotel for check-in. After accommodating in your room you have a short information briefing with our local representative who tells you about your tour program and answers all your questions.

The rest of the day is at your leisure.

Day 2: Prague City Tour

These days are dedicated to the exploration of the charming Prague. You embark on a voyage of discovery into the Old Town with your private guide who shows you the most magnificent city sights. You walk the famous Royal Route, originally used for the king's coronation procession, and see the Municipal House, the gothic Tyn Cathedral, the cubist House at the Black Madonna, and the Old Town Hall tower with its legendary Astronomical clock. Then you explore Parizska street, modelled after a Parisian boulevard, Josefov area - the former Jewish ghetto, the Rudolfinum concert hall and the famous Charles Bridge with the splendid Prague Castle.

Day 3: Free Day in Prague

Today you have time to explore precious Prague on your own or join one of our carefully planned optional tours.

Optional tours: You may enhance your travel experience by choosing one of our specially prepared tours that will please every taste. You can go on Kutna Hora or Terezin private day trips, visit the most popular spa resort in the Czech Republic - Karlovy Vary or the medieval town of Cesky Krumlov with its Hluboka Castle, explore the Strahov Monastery with its magnificent library and the oldest monastery brewery in the country, take a tour around Karlstejn and Konopiste Castles, experience a Beer Spa or have a guided walking tour along the streets of Prague's former Jewish ghetto.

Ask your travel specialist about the prices and additional information.

Day 4: Transfer to Krakow

In the morning your driver transfers you to the train station for your trip from Prague to Ostrava. Upon your arrival in Ostrava your driver meets you at the station and transfers you to your hotel in Krakow.

The rest of the day is at your leisure.

Day 5: Krakow City Tour & Optional Tours

In the morning you meet your private guide and head for a half-day walking tour around the charming Krakow. You explore the Main Market Square where you can buy some traditional souvenirs in the Cloth Hall, visit the St. Mary's Cathedral, walk along Kanonicza and Grodzka Streets, see the Collegium Maius and Jewish District of Kazimierz and enjoy the beauty of the magnificent Wawel Hill with the Royal Castle and the splendid 14th-century cathedral.

Optional tours: While in Krakow you may take a great opportunity to visit the 800-year-old Wieliczka salt mines that are included into UNESCO World Heritage Sites, go on a tour to the former concentration camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau, make a trip to the town of Czestochowa - Poland's spiritual heart where the famous icon of Black Madonna is located, travel to the most popular Polish resort - Zakopane or attend Chopin music concert performed in the Renaissance Hall of Bonerowski Palace by the talented and award-winning young pianists.

Ask your travel specialist about the prices and additional information.

Day 6: Transfer to Budapest

In the morning you are transferred to the bus station to get to Budapest with comfort and convenience. Upon your arrival your driver meets you at the bus station and takes you to your remarkable hotel in the very center of Budapest.

The rest of the day is at your leisure.

Day 7: Budapest City Tour & Optional Tours

Today you have a guided walking tour around the main Budapest attractions. You start your tour with the exploration of the Opera House, then take a short ride on the Millennium metro and walk through Heroes' Sq and City Park where you see the splendid Vajdahunyad Castle. Then you proceed to the Széchenyi bath house, take a walk through Andrassy Boulevard, enjoy the beauty of the St. Stephen's Basilica and head down to the Danube River embankment that offers breathtaking views of Gellert and Buda Hills. Finally crossing the Chain Bridge you appear at the Buda Castle District where you have some time to wander through its cobbled streets and explore the Royal Castle, the Matthias church and Fisherman's Bastion.

Optional tours: You can continue exploring Budapest and its highlights by joining one of our optional tours: Budapest Parliament House Tour, Budapest Jewish Heritage Tour, Hammer and Sickle Tour that takes you to the WWI, WWII and communist times, Budapest Food & Wine Tasting Tour, Budapest Baths Tour and Budapest Night Stroll with a boat ride.

Ask your travel specialist about the prices and additional information.

Day 8: Departure from Budapest

This is the final day of your tour! In the morning your driver takes you to the airport for your flight back home. We hope you enjoyed your fantastic European tour and charming cities you have explored and one day will return here again!

Excited about extending your trip for few more days? Browse our recommended Scandinavia, Baltics and Moscow - St. Petersburg tour combinations or contact your travel expert to learn more about available options.

  • Accommodation in quality 4-star hotels in Prague, Krakow and Budapest;
  • Airport and train station transfers with private driver;
  • Guided city tours with professional English-speaking guides in Prague, Krakow and Budapest;
  • Ostrava - Krakow Private Transfer;
  • Prague - Ostrava train tickets;
  • Krakow - Budapest bus tickets.


Not included: airfares, visa and insurance fees, optional tours, meals, personal expenses and gratuities

Prague, Czech Republic

Prague, Czech Republic

Czech Republic’s capital - Prague is often called the City of a Hundred Spires. Its bridges, cathedrals and golden-tipped spires are well-preserved and have been reflected in the swan-filled Vltava river for centuries.

Market Square, Krakow, Poland

Krakow, Poland

Krakow encompasses priceless historical monuments of culture and art, has an unforgettable atmosphere, and is rich in entertainment and leisure.

Budapest Parliament building, Budapest, Hungary

Budapest, Hungary

The capital of Hungary has a lot to offer: museums and galleries, churches and synagogues, palaces and historic buildings, baths and pools - there is something for everyone here.

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Private tour

Based on double occupancy

$2,445
Deposit $500