Berlin to Budapest Imperial Jewels Private Journey
Begin in Prague, with its stunning fairy-tale architecture and iconic astronomical clock, sampling the diverse flavors of Czech cuisine and perhaps partaking in Prague’s famed beer culture. Continue to Vienna and frolic through the City of Waltz, exploring the numerous palaces before heading the to Paris of the East; Budapest, where you can explore the castle or relax in one of the many wellness spas.PRIVATE JOURNEY – Departs Daily – On this 10-day/9-night tour you will visit Berlin, Prague, Vienna and Budapest. This tour includes your choice of accommodation, private arrival &departure transfers, your choice of local activities or tours, private transfers from Berlin to Prague, Prague to Vienna, and Vienna to Budapest.
- Hotel room accommodation at suggested hotels or similar
- Driver/Guide: Private as per itinerary
- Personal expenses
- Optional tours
- Local city taxes
Welcome to Berlin! Upon arrival at Berlin Airport, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. The remainder of the day is at leisure.
Discover the best of Berlin on an optional half day walking tour. Begin with the origins of Berlin in the district of San Nicolas, see the Museum Island and Berlin Cathedral. Walk through the Unter den Linden Avenue, Humboldt University, the Royal Library, the State Opera and one of the most beautiful squares in Berlin, the Gendarmenmarkt. You will learn about the details of Hitler's rise to power and, in addition, you will see the Holocaust memorial to remember the loss of millions of European Jews. Admire the spectacular Potsdamer Platz and finish at the Brandenburg Gate, the symbol of Berlin. The rest of your day is at leisure.
Berlin - Prague
In the morning, meet your driver for a private transfer to Prague. En-route you may wish to stop in Dresden, known as the 'Jewel box' due to its rococo and baroque city center. The rest of your day is at leisure in Prague. The approximate transfer time is 4-hours.
Today, consider taking a private or small group tour of Prague. As you look out over Prague you will understand its nickname “city of 1,000 spires.” The skyline contains 1,100 years of history, filled with domed churches and old towers. A blend of architectural styles decorates the entire city, from its narrow Gothic lanes to its Baroque palaces, Renaissance bridges, and Art Nouveau cafes. On the opposite side of the Vltava River, you can see Prague Castle casting a dramatic image overlooking the cityscape.
Explore more of Prague! We do recommend exploring Prague Castle along with Golden Street, or perhaps heading underground to check out an old Soviet nuclear bunker. You could include a trip out to Kutna Hora, to the chapel decorated with the bones of up to 40,000 people, or drive to the town of Plzen to visit the Pilsner Urquell Brewery and underground cellers and passageways under the city.
Prague - Vienna
In the morning, meet your driver for your private transfer to Vienna. The approximate transfer time is 4-hours without stops. En-route you may wish to visit the charming town of Cesky Krumlov with its narrow streets and medieval castle. The rest of your day and evening is at your leisure in Vienna.
To make the most of this energetic and historic city, we suggest doing a private city tour to see the most important tourist attractions which Vienna has to offer including Schönbrunn Palace, the former imperial summer residence is a listed World Heritage Site and attracts millions of people from all over the world every year.
Vienna - Budapest
In the morning, meet your driver for a private transfer to Budapest. The approximate transfer time is 3-hours and 45-minutes without stops. En-route you may wish to stop in Esztergom to visit the giant basilica or in Szentendre, a colourful art haven with cobbled streets and galleries. The rest of your day is at leisure in Budapest.
Today is a day of exploration in stunning Budapest. We suggest taking a private guide who will lead you over the Chain Bridge to Buda for your first stop in the Castle District. Here you will visit the Matthias Church and the Fisherman’s Bastion. Next, you’ll journey up Gellért Hill for panoramic views of Budapest. Later, head back down to Pest and drive through the downtown area wall the way to Heroes’ Square. Later, take Andrássy Avenue past the Opera House and St. Stephen’s Basilica until you reach the House of Parliament.
Budapest - Departure
In the morning, you will be transferred to Budapest Railway Station or Airport to check-in your onward flight.
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