- From: 08/03/2019
- For: 11 days
- Landing in: Prague, Czech Republic
- Returning from: Vienna, Austria
Prague, Czech Republic
3 nightsSat. Aug 03-Tue. Aug 06
1 nightTue. Aug 06-Wed. Aug 07
2 nightsWed. Aug 07-Fri. Aug 09
2 nightsFri. Aug 09-Sun. Aug 11
2 nightsSun. Aug 11-Tue. Aug 13
3 nightsSat. Aug 03 - Tue. Aug 06
The capital and the largest city in the Czech Republic, Prague boasts a magical cityscape, rich in history and culture.
Astronomical Clock, Prague
A must-see stop on any traveler's visit, this 15C astronomical clock with its animated hourly show has become symbolic of the city.
Historic Center, Prague
Stroll through the Old Town, admiring its spectacular historic architectures and soaking up the medieval atmosphere.
The world's largest castle complex dates to the 9C, featuring the stunning St. Vitus Cathedral, historic exhibits, and beautiful gardens.
National Museum, Prague
Home to over 14 million objects and artifacts, this museum's collections encompasses history, science, art, music, and other fields.
This 14C castle is definitely worth the uphill climb, as it offers beautiful views, historic exhibits, gorgeous decor, and more.
Adjacent to an earlier Zebrak Castle, this 14C hilltop complex is of Renaissance architecture and hosts a history museum.
1 nightTue. Aug 06 - Wed. Aug 07
Despite heavy bombing during WWII, still evident today, Dresden is an exquisite Baroque-laden city with wonderful attractions.
Historic Center, Dresden
The market square is central to the historic center, charmingly rebuilt following its destruction in WWII.
Zwinger Palace, Dresden
This phenomenal Baroque palace is home to several museums, as well as sprawling elegant grounds to explore.
Saxon State Opera House, Dresden
Rebuilt according to its original design after an 1869 fire, this unique building is regarded as one of the most beautiful in Europe.
Faithfully restored after bombing in WWII, this Baroque gem features a rococo pulpit, as well as the remains of numerous royals.
2 nightsWed. Aug 07 - Fri. Aug 09
Slovakia's capital, as well as its largest city, Bratislava is a growing metropolis with diverse architecture and a wealth of museums.
Boasting amazing views, this hilltop castle houses the Slovak National Museum, as well as historical and archaeological exhibits.
Historic Center, Bratislava
Venture into the city center and pass the day admiring its many Baroque palaces, historic landmarks, and lofty churches.
Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava
Set within two architecturally different adjacent buildings, this gallery holds the country's best collection of Slovakian art.
Zlate Piesky, Bratislava
This popular lake is home to the largest leisure area in Bratislava, offering many sporting and recreational activities.
2 nightsFri. Aug 09 - Sun. Aug 11
The capital of Hungary offers centuries of history and architecture, as well as surprising nightlife and culinary scenes.
Historic Center, Budapest
Wander through the Historic Center and enjoy architectural gems, local cuisine, and multitude of attractions.
Buda Castle, Budapest
The traditional dwelling of Hungary's kings, this Baroque-style palace complex is rife with history stretching back to the 13C.
Gellert Baths, Budapest
An elegant Art Nouveau bath complex known for its mineral hot springs water and wonderful spa treatments.
Hungarian Railway Museum, Budapest
The interactive railway museum holds over 100 vehicles, suffused with a nostalgic charm that draws in kids and adults alike.
2 nightsSun. Aug 11 - Tue. Aug 13
Vienna, the luxurious capital of Austria, has vibrant nightlife, contagiously joyful atmosphere and fascinating history.
Museum of Fine Art, Vienna
The Museum of Fine Art is home to one of the greatest collections of art in the world and exhibits many historical antiques.
Hofburg Palace, Vienna
Hofburg Palace has a multitude of popular cafes, charming squares, and three separate museums each with international standing.
Schonbrunn Palace, Vienna
The gorgeous Schonbrunn Palace is built in an ornate French style as an attempt to rival the famous Versailles Palace.
Liechtenstein Palace and Museum, Vienna
Surrounded by magnificent gardens, the Liechtenstein houses the vast private art collection of Prince Hans-Adam II.