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    Vienna & Bratislava & Budapest

    Three countries in three days

Vienna & Bratislava & Budapest

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Distance from base: 888 km

Travel to three amazing capital cities in three countries with us.

We start our trip with the beautiful Vienna. Apart from being regarded as the City of Music because of its musical legacy. Vienna is also known for its high quality of life. In 2018 and 2019 it ranked as the number one spot for the world's most liveable cities. Enjoy a a combination of city bus and walking tour in Vienna before you continue on to Bratislava.

Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, bordering Austria and Hungary, is the only national capital that borders two sovereign states. The city's 2000 years of rich history dating back to Celtic times. It has been part of the Roman Empire, over centuries attracted royal families such as the Habsburgs and has seen coronations of Hungarian kings including the empress Maria Theresa. The history has been influenced by people of many nations and religions, including Austrians, Bulgarians, Croats, Czechs, Germans, Hungarians, Jews, Serbs and Slovaks. Most historical buildings are concentrated in the Old Town. Bratislava's Town Hall is a complex of three buildings erected in the 14-15th centuries and now hosts he Bratislava City Museum. Michael's Gate is the only gate that has been preserved from the medieval fortifications and it ranks among the oldest of the town's buildings. One of the most prominent structures in the city is Bratislava Castle, situated on a plateau 85 meters (279 ft) above the Danube. It was not until the 10th century that the castle was built in stone. The castle was converted into a Gothic anti-Hussite fortress under Sigismund of Luxemburg in 1430, became a Renaissance castle in 1562, and was rebuilt in 1649 in the baroque style. Under Queen Maria Theresa, the castle became a prestigious royal seat. In 1811, the castle was inadvertently destroyed by fire and lay in ruins until the 1950s, when i was rebuilt mostly in its former Theresian style.
Recently - after a great recontsruction and cultural reawakening - Bratislava is a favorite city break destination with the charming Baroque Old Town, gothic treasures, stylish restaurants, inviting cafes and teeming night life.
Enjoy a combination of city bus and walking tour before you check into the hotel where a 3 course dinner awaits you.

Start the day with a breakfast at the hotel before you will board the bus again to travel to our last destination on this trip. Budapest is divided by the Danube river. Buda is build on the higher river terraces and hills of the western side, while the considerably larger Pest spreads out on a flat and featureless sand plain on the river's opposite bank. The central area of the city along the Danube River is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has several notable monuments.
Apon our arrival in Budapest you will get to see all the many sights with a guided walking tour. You will get to see the Hungarian Parliament (which is the third largest parliament building in the world), Buda Castle, Gresham Palace, Széchenyi Chain Bridge and the Liberty Statue. The tour also includes an interior visit of Fisherman's Bastion and Matthias Church. Other famous landmarks include Anrássy Avenue, St. Stephen's Basilica, Heroes's Square and the Great Market Hall. On 140 sqm you will find the best known Hungarian goods and of cause a lot of food booths with Hungarian specialties. After your sightseeing trip you will have some spare time to stroll through the market hall.
Spend the evening at a Folklore event with Gypsy music, temperamental Hungarian dances and a three course dinner. Before you spend the night at a hotel in Budapest.

Budapest is also well known for its spas and gained its reputation as a city of spas in the 1920s. The Széchenyi Baths, which we will also visit within our sightseeing tour, are one of the largest bathing complexes in all Europe, and the only "old" medicinal baths o be found in the Pest side of the city. The indoor medicinal baths date from 1913 and the outdoor pools from 1927. There is an atmosphere of grandeur about the whole place with the bright, largest pools resembling aspects associated with Roman baths, the smaller bath tubs reminding one of the bathing culture of the Greeks, and the saunas and diving pools borrowed from traditions emanating in northern Europe.

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Day 1
2200

Departing Spangdahlem
Breakfast stop on route (not included)

Day 2
1100

ETA at Vienna
Free time for lunch (not included)

1300-1500

Guided City Walking Tour in Vienna (included)

1600-1700

Audio Guide Tour in Castle Schönbrunn (included)

1800

ETA at Hotel in Vienna
Check in
Three course dinner (included)

Day 3
0630-0830

Breakfast at Hotel (included)
Check out

0900

Departing Hotel for Bratislava

1100

ETA Bratislava

1100-1300

City Tour in Bratislava (included)

1300

Three-course lunch (included)

1400

Leaving Bratislava towards Budapest

1700

ETA at Hotel near Budapest
Check in

1800

Buffet dinner at hotel (included)

1900

Free time
Wellness Spa Area open until 2100 (included)

0700-0830

Breakfast at Hotel (included)

0900

Departing Hotel

0930-1300

City Tour in Budapest

1300-1430

Free time at market hall (alternatively: stay longer & take taxi)

1500

ETA Hotel, free time for SPA

1830

Leaving Hotel towards wine cellar

1900

ETA at wine cellar with Folklore evening program
Three course dinner and wine (included)

2200

ETA at Hotel

Day 5
0700-0830

Breakfast at Hotel (included)
Check out

0900

Departing for Spangdahlem

2350

ETA at Spangdahlem

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Prices

  • $402 SAPI p.p. (double room)

  • $477 SAPI (single room)

  • €632 per adult p.p. (double room)

  • €699 per adult (single room)

  • No reduction for children

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Included

  • Round Trip Bus Transportation
  • ITT Escort
  • 2 overnights with breakfast

  • 3 city tours
  • 2 dinner

  • Entrance fees for Matthias Church and Fisherman's Bastion (Budapest)
  • Folklore Program (Hungary)
  • Hotel**** in Bratislava

  • Hotel**** in Budapest

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