Prague, Vienna and Budapest

May 15th - 26th, 2024

Just $2,695 with 10-nights deluxe hotels and ALL TOURS - LAND ONLY*

*See our International group air listed below

Here is the final of our 3 Europe trips!  This will be our 3rd trip to these countries with an itinerary that we know you'll love.

We'll be kicking this trip off with Prague for 4 nights, a city that has become one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations. You will absolutely love our hotel here, the Hotel Rott, located just steps from of the Old Towne and very elegant - completely worthy of all of it's 4-stars.


Prague was once the seat of the Holy Roman Empire.  It was largely undamaged by WWII, and the cityscape is stunning. Its compact medieval centre remains an evocative maze of cobbled lanes, ancient courtyards, dark passages and churches beyond number, all watched over by an 1100-year-old castle. Its traditional pubs and eateries have been augmented by a wave of gourmet restaurants, cocktail bars and trendy cafes.


We’ll wander around Old Town Square with its many wonderful Gothic and baroque buildings.  We’ll see the famous 15th-century astronomical clock at the Old Town Hall.  Every hour, crowds assemble below to watch Christ and the twelve Apostles appear at two little windows above the clock face, followed by the skeleton of Death tolling the bell. In the evenings we’ll find some of Europe’s best jazz venues, excellent opera, and innovative theater.


On our second day we'll enjoy a full day on tour to two amazing places, one which is a World Heritage Site! We'll start off at Kutna Hora. The historic centre is one of the country's prettiest and the gothic cathedral of St Barbara arguably the country's most spectacular. We'll also take a tour of the old silver mines, as far as six floors below ground.

The bone chapel, cathedral, and mine tour are the highlights of Kutná Hora, but there're other impressive churches, lovely back streets and lanes to wander around and Europe's only Museum of Alchemy. The meals at V Ruthardce and the beer at the Dacicky beerhall are some of the best you'll find in Bohemia. You will also want to take a walk up the hill for a panoramic view!

Our second stop is to Cesky Sternberk, set on the steep stony bank of the Sázavar. Called the "Pearl of Posázaví" by a romantic poet [Posázaví is the region around the river], the castle was built in 1241 by Zdeslav of Divišov, and given the name "Šternberk" according to the custom of the day. One quite remarkable and certainly unique aspect of Ceský Šternberk is that the castle belongs now to a descendant of the man who first had it built, Zdeslav of Sternberg.


We then will have a free day in Prague where you can have time to enjoy your walk at your own pace.


After our 4-nights in Prague we'lll bus to Vienna. Along the way we'll visit the amazing medieval town of Cesky Krumlov. This Unesco world heritage site is one of the most scenic towns you will ever visit (see photo on right), complete with moat and drawbridge!


Vienna is known for their medieval streets and magnificent cathedrals and palaces, along with being home of some of the most famous composers including Mozart, Strauss and Tchaikovsky. Magnificent Hofburg Palace, Belvedere Palace, extensive gardens, museums, music, architecture, trendy clubs and restaurants are all waiting for us. We’ll stroll through the old Jewish Quarter and see the only Viennese synagogue to have survived the 1938 Kristallnacht.


On our first full day we'll enjoy the Belvedere gardens - Schönbrunn Palace. We'll visit the Vienna Woods a very scenic area, to hear stories of "Singing Monks" or about the tragedy of Mayerling. We'll then visit the Abbey of Heiligenkreuz. a beautiful and living Cistercian monastery. Stift Heiligenkreuz is the second-oldest Cistercian monastery in the world and the oldest continuously active and inhabited one. Stift Heiligenkreuz, peacefully situated in the middle of the "Wienerwald", the Vienna woods, is one of the most beautiful medieval monasteries in the world.

On our second day we'll take a full day tour with our bus plus a nice boat ride on the Danube to visit the beauty of the Wachau. The Danube winds his way past charming old villages and steep vineyards. We'll visit the Abbey of Melk and enjoy the former Imperial Rooms, the Marble Hall, the balcony and the library. Then we visit the church without a guide. The guided tour takes approximately 1 hour. We'll also have time to stroll the bastion park, the quaint village of Melk (down hill) or have lunch and/or some drinks at the monasteries' tavern. The boat tour will take us through the most scenic section of the Danube Valley.We'll stop in Duernstein, the landmark village/town of the Danube Valley and have time to stroll, taste some wine or some of the local produce like apricot jelly or apricot brandy.

Finally, we'll take the hydrofoil from Vienna to Budapest. The UNESCO World Heritage Committee has listed the view of the Danube embankments and the Buda Castle District - which is one of the most beautiful and romantic parts of the city of Budapest - as a World Heritage site. The latter is an ancient town district, giving home to some of the most important historical monuments in Hungary. While nearly 800 years passed since it has been originally founded, its beauty still stands unparalleled, despite earthquakes, fires, sieges and world wars.

Both the Pest and Buda embankments of the Danube stretching from the Liberty Bridge all the way up to the Margaret Bridge, the area encompassed by the Chain Bridge and some of the buildings belonging to the Technical University, the Gellért Bath, the Gellért Hill with the Statue of Liberty and the Citadel, the Castle of Buda, the Baroque churches and Turkish baths of the so-called Water Town - these are all parts of the World Heritage today.


There is a lot to see and do in Budapest so I'm not offering too many tours that will take us out of the old town. With all the incredibly beautiful cathedrals and buildings you'll want to spend some time walking.


On our first day we'll enjoy first a walking tour. This tour will take us to the Caste District, Gellért hill and Heroes' square. We will have the option to visit Matthias church as well. Then we'll get on our bus and visit the Central market and enjoy some free time for lunch there. From there we will go to the cave church which is very interesting and unique since the church is inside a natural cave. We will then go to the Parliament area and then St. Stephen Basilica.


On our second day we'll go on the "Bends of the Danube" tour. The tour goes along the river Danube to the north from the capital to the Danube Bend. The first stop is Esztergom which is the ecclesiastical centre of Hungary and has the largest Roman Catholic church of the country. After visiting this majestic building the tour goes on to Visegrad which used to be Royal Residence and where the ruins of a 13th century fortress can be found and you may enjoy a splendid panoramic view of the river Danube as well and get acquainted with the rich history. The last town is the charming, baroque artists' village of Szentendre which has a very special architecture and atmosphere due the great number of Serbian refuges settling here in the 17th century. It also used to be the home for hundreds of artists at the turn of the century. It is well known for its charming colorful houses, narrow cobblestoned streets and patios, antique shops, museums and cafes. It is great place for shopping and lunch.

We'll return back to the US from Budpest.


Cost, with 10-nights hotel accommodation (double occ.), daily breakfast, all tours described here, all ground transportation between cities, hydrofoil just $2,695. That’s a terrific group rate for this incredible vacation.  $200 deposit to lock in your spot.


  • 10 nights in 4-star hotels
  • Daily breakfast
  • All tours mentioned CLICK HERE FOR MORE TOUR DETAILS
  • All ground transporation
  • Hydrofoil ferry from Budapest to Vienna
  • City taxes

Not Included:

  • International Air
  • tips for guides and bus driver


OUR GROUP AIR: Let us know when signing up if you want one of our seats

22 Seats Confirmed LAX-PRG return BUD-LAX)
Flight:KLM 604 Departure: Los Angeles 15MAY/450P Arrival:Amsterdam 16MAY/1210P
Flight: KLM 1357 Departure:Amsterdam 16MAY/420P Arrival:Prague 16MAY/545P
Flight: Air France 1295 Departure:Budapest 26MAY/1250P Arrival:Paris 26MAY/315P
Flight: Air France 28 Departure:Paris 26MAY/725P Arrival:Los Angeles 26MAY/945P
The base fare is $980.00, plus taxes, which are $689.80. This totals to $1,669.80 Per Person Includes 1 Checked Bag(*Total Fare Estimate per seat with taxes and fees at time of booking*). Please note that taxes and fees are subject to change until final payment is collected.

8 Seats Confirmed (JFK-PRG return BUD-JFK)
Flight:KLM 644 Departure: New York Kennedy 15MAY/915P Arrival:Amsterdam 16MAY/1030A
Flight: KLM 1357 Departure:Amsterdam 16MAY/420P Arrival:Prague 16MAY/545P
Flight: Air France 1295 Departure:Budapest 26MAY/1250P Arrival:Paris 26MAY/315P
Flight: Air France 10 Departure:Paris 26MAY/630P Arrival:New York Kennedy 26MAY/840P
The base fare is $906.00 plus taxes, which are $690.40. This totals to $1,596.40 Per Person Includes 1 Checked Bag(*Total Fare Estimate per seat with taxes and fees at time of booking*). Please note that taxes and fees are subject to change until final payment is collected.

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Hotel Rott - website - tripadvisor

Situated in the very centre of the Old Town of Prague, literally a few steps from the Old Town Square, Hotel Rott provides comfortable accommodation in rooms styled in the late 19th century elegance with all the modern amenities you can think of. With a view to the Little Square, streets of the Old Town or even over to the Prague Castle, you will feel and enjoy the legendary Prague atmosphere.

The buildings of the hotel (the front – main house facing the Little Square with the paintings of Mikoláš Aleš, and the corner house to Linhartská street) have large parts of early medieval walls in the underground, and they were rebuilt many times. They had 3 groundfloors in the 16th century, and the main house boasted rennaissance sgraffitoes. In Baroque, high gabled roofs were built, converted into an Empire style attics in the 18th century. In 1855, an ironmongery was opened in the main house, which gradually expanded in the neghbouring houses, too. The present neo-renaissance facade dates back to 1897, and it was the first house in Prague converted into shopping mall with glass concrete ceiling cupola in Prague, bulit in the years 1922-23. The ironmongery „U Rotta“ was – within 1850 and 1950 – the largest business of its kind in Bohemia. In 1996, the store was moved into today´s spaces in in the side wing of the building, and both buildings were converted into the hotel.


Wilhelmshof Hotel: 4-star website - Rated #16 out of 403 hotels in Vienna. Review on Tripadvisor

The only hotel in Vienna which was designed through an artist’s hand.

Der Wilhelmshof is an extraordinary place. Artfully designed by the artist Ty Waltinger and us, and everyday filled with heartiness and hospitality of our motivated employees, with this we would like to offer our guests a place to arrive and feel at home.  Viennese charm, personal assistance, high quality and an atmosphere full of poetry come together in our design- and ARThotel to a distinctive total work of art.






K&K Hotel Opera - 4-1/2 star!    Webpage - Review on Tripadvisor

Welcome to the splendour of the K+K Hotel Opera, situated directly in the heart of Budapest. In this exceptionally popular city hotel in the centre of Budapest, directly next to the opera, business and leisure can be ideally combined. The friendly and stylish atmosphere at our comfortable 4-star superior hotel offers a pleasant backdrop for all of your endeavours during your stay in Budapest.

Each one of our 200 stylish guest rooms is larger than average for Budapest and includes premium bedding, full climate control, a mini bar, private bathroom, and super-fast Wi-Fi to keep you connected. As a guest, you will have free access to our wellness centre, where you can loosen up in the sauna, unwind with a massage, or exercise in the gym.

Wake up to a delicious buffet breakfast. Choose from full English and continental options, local delicacies and a selection of fresh fruit. Throughout the day, you can grab light bites, regional dishes or international favourites for lunch and dinner, or head to the bar for a relaxing drink or nightcap.


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