Vienna, Austria's capital, lies in the country's east on the Danube River. Its artistic and intellectual legacy was shaped by residents including Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud. The city is also known for its Imperial palaces, including Schönbrunn, the Habsburgs' summer residence.
Budapest, Hungary's capital, is bisected by the River Danube. Its 19th-century Chain Bridge connects the hilly Buda district with flat Pest. A funicular runs up Castle Hill to Buda's Old Town, where the Budapest History Museum traces city life from Roman times onward. Trinity Square is home to 13th-century Matthias Church and the turrets of the Fishermen's Bastion, which offer sweeping views.
Salzburg, the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, is dominated by churches, castles and palaces. Its picturesque old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Beyond Salzburg's two biggest money-spinners – Mozart and The Sound of Music – hides a city with a burgeoning arts scene, wonderful food, manicured parks, quiet side streets where classical music wafts from open windows, and concert halls that uphold musical tradition 365 days a year. Everywhere you go, the scenery, the skyline, the music and the history send your spirits soaring higher than Julie Andrews' octave-leaping vocals.
Munich is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria, on the banks of River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. The city is known for its annual Oktoberfest celebration and its beer halls, including the famed Hofbräuhaus, founded in 1589. In the Altstadt (Old Town), central Marienplatz square contains landmarks such as Neo-Gothic Neues Rathaus (town hall), with a popular glockenspiel show that chimes and reenacts stories from the 16th century.
Prague, capital city of the Czech Republic, is bisected by the Vltava River. Nicknamed "the City of a Hundred Spires," it's known for its Old Town Square, the heart of its historic core, with colorful baroque buildings, Gothic churches and the medieval Astronomical Clock, which gives an animated hourly show.
Arrival at airport and take a shuttle transfer to reach your hotel (on your own). The balance day is at leisure so that you can relax after your long haul flight. packed dinner and overnight stay in hotel.
After breakfast, proceed for a guided city tour of Vienna to see the most important tourist sites of Austria's capital city. Enjoy view of the Belvedere Palace and Rathaus and enjoy free time at Graben. Continue your journey to capital city of Slovakia. Upon arrival, proceed for guided tour of Bratislava including view of Slavin, Man at Work – Cumil and Roland Fountain. Later proceed to Hungary's capital, bisected by the River Danube. Dinner at local restaurent and overnight stay in hotel.
After breakfast, proceed for a guided city tour of Budapest including view of Buda Castle, Hungarian Parliament Building and Liberty Bridge. Visit the Hosok Tere and Andrassy Avenue. Dinner at local restaurent and overnight stay in hotel.
After Breakfast, proceed to Salzburg - a city divided by the Salzach River with the view of Eastern Alps. Dinner at local restaurent and overnight stay in hotel.
After breakfast, proceed for a guided city tour to view St. Peter's Abbey and Red Bull Arena. Visit Salzburg Cathedral and enjoy free time at Residenzplatz. After the tour, drive to Innsbruck, a city known for its Imperial and Modern Architecture. Upon arrival, proceed for an orientation tour of Innsbruck/Wattens. Later continue your journey to Munich. Dinner at local restaurent and overnight stay in hotel.
Post breakfast, check out and proceed for a guided city tour for outside view of Nymphenburg Palace, Allianz Arena and Olympic Tower. Enjoy free time at Marienplatz and photostop at New Town Hall. After the tour, drive to Prague - capital city of Czech Republic. Dinner at local restaurent and overnight stay in hotel.
Post breakfast, proceed for a guided city tour to see Astronomical Clock on the Old Town Hall, Wenceslas Square, view of Municipal House, Tyn Church and St. Nicholas Church. Later enjoy a cruise at Vltava River. Balance day is free at leisure to explore the city on your own. Dinner at local restaurent and overnight stay in hotel.
After breakfast, check out and proceed for Vienna. Balance day is free at leisure to explore the city on your own.Dinner at local restaurent and overnight stay in hotel.
After breakfast check-out from hotel, proceed to airport and back home.
• Guided city tour of Vienna
• Guided city tour of Bratislava
• Guided city tour of Budapest
• Guided city tour of Salzburg
• Guided city tour of Munich and Prague
• Cruise at Vltava River
• 08 breakfasts and 08 dinners
• Budapest: Danube River Cruise, Royal Castle
• Salzburg: Hohensalzburg Fortress with funicular
• Wattens: Swarovski Crystal World
• Prague: Prague Castle
• Vienna: Schonbrunn Palace
Note : Optional Tours may be added to the current itinerary if time permits or can be replace with any tour in the itinerary as per your request, subject the feasibility.
Price starting from INR 60,999 per person on twin sharing basis
01-May'17, 09-May'17, 17-May'17, 25-May'17
02-Jun'17, 10-Jun'17, 18-Jun'17, 26-Jun'17
04-Jul'17, 12-Jul'17, 20-Jul'17, 28-Jul'17
• Accommodation for 02 nights in Vienna
• Accommodation for 02 nights in Budapest
• Accommodation for 01 night in Salzburg
• Accommodation for 01 night in Munich
• Accommodation for 02 nights in Prague
• Cruise at Vltava River
• Daily breakfast
• Daily dinner at local restaurant
• Guided city tour of Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest, Salzburg, Munich and Prague
• Coach transfer throughout the tour except on the first and last day for Airport transfers
• Round trip airfare with taxes
• Visa and insurance
• 9% service tax applicable on the total invoice
• Optional tours
• Extra charges/expenses of personal nature like laundry, mineral water/drinks, telephone or any other charges/expenses not mentioned in Inclusions
Hotel Kavalier or similar
3 star hotel
Danubius Group or similar
3 star hotel
Arcotel Castellani or Similar
3 star hotel
Movenpick Hotel or similar
3 star hotel
Vienna House Diplomat Prague or similar
3 star hotel
• 20% of the total tour cost to be deposited upon commitment of the tour. This deposit is non-refundable
• 75% of the total tour cost to be paid 08 weeks prior to arrival date
• 100% of the total tour is required 45 days prior departure or within 24 hours of confirmation if travelling within 45 days from departure
• 10 weeks or more prior to arrival date: 25% deposit
• 09 weeks prior to arrival date: 100% of the total tour cost
• Any cancellations must be made in writting
Visas : Please ensure your passport is valid more than 6 months from the date of return for every country you are visiting. Please also ensure there is sufficient space in your passport to allow for all immigration procedures.
Kindly note that visa service is not included in our package.
Travel Insurance: The tour price does not include personal insurance. Travelers are highly recommended to purchase travel insurance upon commitment of the booking in case of force majeure. Travel insurance covers such costs as emergency and medical evacuation, hospital fees, property loss, etc which could possibly happen during the trip.
Religion in Vienna and Salzburg?
Christianity is the predominant religion in Austria. At the 2001 census, 73.6% of the country's population was Roman Catholic. As of 2016, the number of Catholics has dropped to 59% of the population, losing 1% since 2015.
Religion in Budapest?
Budapest is the home to one of the most populous Christian community in Central Europe, numbered 698,521 people (40.4%) in 2011. The Hungarian capital is also the home of the largest Calvinist community on Earth.
Religion in Munich?
Catholicism is the predominant religious faith in Munich. Since the building of St Lukas, the first Protestant church in Munich, the number of celebrated religions has broadened, including Islam and pre-Christian religions such as Judaism.
Religion in Prague?
Roman Catholicism. The Cathedral of St. Vitus is the seat of theRoman Catholic Archbishop of Prague. Roman Catholicism was the main form of Christianity practiced by the Czechs after their forced conversion under the Habsburgs, and throughout the 18th and 19th centuries.
Currency in Vienna and Salzburg?
Currency in Budapest?
Currency in Munich?
Currency in Prague?
Plug in Vienna, Budapest, Salzburg, Munich and Prague?
Clothing for Vienna, Budapest, Salzburg, Munich and Prague ?
Jeans, T shirts, long sleeved shirts, jacket for the evening.
Food in Vienna and Salzburg?
In fact, dishes heavily depending on meat make up typical Viennese cuisine: Wiener schnitzel (veal coated in breadcrumbs and fried), Tafelspitz (boiled beef), Beuschel (a ragout containing veal lungs and heart), and Selchfleisch (smoked meat) with sauerkraut and dumplings are typical of its cooking.
Food in Budapest?
Staple diet is rice. hot pot, dim sums, fresh vegetable and meat soup.
Food in Munich?
Bavarian cuisine includes many meat and Knödel dishes, and often uses flour. Due to its rural conditions and cold climate, only crops such as beets and potatoes do well in Bavaria, being a staple in the German diet.
Food in Prague and Hungary?
Goulash is shared all across the former Austro-Hungarian Empire, but while the Hungarian version is soupy and is eaten with a spoon, the Czech version is a thicker stew, usually using a cheaper cut of beef, and served with dumplings.
Nightlife in Vienna and Salzburg?
Viennese nightlife. Dancing and chilling with a high claim to quality - after all, Vienna's electronic music scene is world-famous. Clubs such as Flex are also known around the world and have already attained cult status. The program there is just as varied as at the city's other party venues.
Nightlife in Budapest?
Both downtown Budapest and the outskirts have plenty of bars and clubs, dance halls, discos. Have a fantastic night party on a boat on the Danube.Great music, drinks and the beautiful night view of Pest and Buda ensure for a wonderful time.
Nightlife in Munich?
Munich It is certainly a city suited to young people and its nightlife is one of the most vibrant in Europe: the possibilities for fun are many, Thanks to the many pubs and clubs scattered throughout the city.
Nightlife in Prague?
One of the coolest places in Prague to hang out if you're into serious clubbing is Karlovy Lazne, located close to Charles Bridge. Spread over five floors, this is the biggest club of its type in Central Europe. Double Trouble is a lively cellar bar and club situated in between Wenceslas Square and the Old Town Square.