Central Europe with the Experts

Nine Nights in Budapest, Vienna, and Prague

With its old-world charm and rich cultural legacy, Central Europe has all the makings of a dream fall vacation. Nine nights in this historic region will help you experience a traditional Viennese coffee house, tour the world’s largest synagogue in Budapest, and watch the autumn sun set over Prague from the grassy slopes of Riegrovy Sady. Here are some suggestions for an incomparable Central European getaway.

Three Nights in Budapest

Bisected by the mighty Danube, the Hungarian capital is a thriving center of food, culture, and architecture. You can take a dip in the Széchenyi Thermal Baths, admire the views from Fisherman’s Bastion, or wander the stalls of the bustling Central Market Hall.

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Fine Wines & Ruin Bars Walking Tour: Become acquainted with the wine, beer, and traditional snacks of Budapest on this three-hour walking tour through the city’s Jewish ghetto.

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Continental Hotel Budapest: This 4-star design hotel is located in downtown Budapest near the Jewish Quarter. It features air conditioning, a rooftop terrace, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.

Three Nights in Vienna

An extraordinary musical heritage and a host of illustrious museums are at the heart of a trip to imperial Vienna. The Belvedere Museum astounds with its manicured gardens and astonishing art collection, and visitors can admire the Baroque architecture of St. Peter’s Church—where Mozart first performed his Great Mass in C Minor in 178.

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Hidden Wachau Valley Small Group Tour: This full-day tour will take you along the most scenic stretch of the Wachau Valley. Highlights include a visit to the Benedictine Melk Abbey and a wine tasting in Durnstein.

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Best Western Premier Harmonie Vienna: Situated in the quiet Serviten Quarter, this family-owned 4.5-star property is within walking distance of the Ringstrasse and St. Stephen’s Cathedral. The boutique hotel features a library, bar, and breakfast room.

Three Nights in Prague

From the glistening blue Vltava River to the world-famous beer, Prague is a city enchanted. Visit the Jewish Museum or admire the ornate façade—and even more ornate interior—of the 14th-century St. Vitus Cathedral.

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Cesky Krumlov UNESCO: After a picturesque drive through the southern Bohemian countryside, you will arrive in the UNESCO-listed town of Cesky Krumlov. Here you will have the day to explore the castle, artisan shops, Renaissance houses, and medieval taverns.

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Hotel Rott: You will be in the heart of the action in this 4-star hotel, located just steps from the Old Town Square. Major attractions like the Astronomical Clock, the Jewish Quarter, Charles Bridge, Wenceslas Square, and the Prague Castle are all a short walk away.

If this doesn't get you excited to explore Budapest, Vienna, and Prague then we don't know what will. Contact us for details, today!

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