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Wandering in Europe

10 Nights / 11 Days

Surreal, exciting and constantly surprising, Eastern Europe is an amazing warehouse of culture, history and architecture as well as mind-blowing scenery. Be enchanted by medieval monasteries, old-world towns and the warm hospitality. Enjoy everything from golden spires to imperial history, grand architecture, churches, monuments and spectacular scenery! Travel across romantic Europe through Prague, Cesky Krumlov, Salzburg, Vienna and Budapest and experience the diverse range of cultures and landscapes in between. This unforgettable WOW experience takes you through beautiful locales of Austria, Budapest & Czech Republic. Add more to your vacation by taking the Croatia Extension before this trip.


  • Andrassy Avenue (UNESCO World Heritage Site) in Budapest
  • Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna
  • Sound of Music Tour in Salzburg
  • Cesky Krumlov, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague

Day 1: Arrival in Budapest

We arrive at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport and group transfer to the hotel to check in and freshen up before the excitement begins. Rest of the day is free for you to relax and explore on your own. Lunch and dinner is at your own expense. Overnight stay at the hotel in Budapest

Straddling the Danube River, with the Buda Hills to the west and the Great Plain to the east, Budapest is a gem of a city. Budapest’s beauty is not all God given; humankind has played a role in shaping this pretty face too. Architecturally, the city is a treasure trove, with enough baroque, neoclassical, Eclectic and Art Nouveau (or Secessionist) buildings to satisfy everyone.

Day 2: Budapest

Post breakfast, we start our half day panorama city tour in Budapest with the local guide. On the pest side, we visit Heroes Square (photo stop), Andrassy Avenue (UNESCO World Heritage), Opera House and Jewish Synagogue from outside, St Stephen’s Basilica. Next, we visit Castle Hill, Matthias Church, Parliament (entrance included), and Synagogue, Fisherman’s Bastion and a stop for photo at Gellert Hill for a panoramic viewpoint. In the afternoon, we are free to explore the downtown area and have lunch on our own. Later in the evening, we will have our welcome dinner and enjoy the folkshow in Vadaspark.

Day 3: Budapest

Post breakfast, we proceed for a walking tour in the downtown Budapest from Vorosmarty Square Gerbeaud Café along famous Vaci Street which is the main pedestrianized street. We continue past the fashion and souvenir shops to Franciscans Square, Klotild Palace upto the Pest side of the Liberty Bridge until you reach the Central Market Hall. We break in the middle to have lunch at your own expense. We continue our sightseeing and proceed to a river cruise on Danube for 1.5 hours to enjoy the beauties of Budapest (Parliament, Buda Castle, and Chain Bridge) from a different perspective. Dinner is at your own expense. Overnight stay at the hotel in Budapest

Day 4:  Budapest to Vienna

We check out after breakfast and transfer to Vienna which is 240 KMS and 2 hours 30 minutes approx. On arrival, we visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site, 18th century Schonbrunn Palace, a 1441 room Baroque Palace of Empress Maria Theresia. See the Room of Mirrors where Mozart played his first performance as a child. You may see Empress Sisi’s private chambers and other rooms where the emperors spent their summers and rooms which later hosted the leading statesman of world. Enjoy the Imperial tour with audio guide. Explore Nasch market at lunch time and grab a bite at one of the several restaurants offering cuisines from all over the world. The evening is free for you to shop and explore the city on your own. Dinner is at your own expense. Overnight stay at the hotel in Vienna

Baroque streetscapes and imperial palaces set the stage for Vienna's artistic and musical masterpieces alongside its time-honored coffee-house culture and vibrant epicurean and design scenes. Not only does it hold on to its traditions, it incorporates them in everything from high-fashion Dirndls with pop-art motifs or punk conical studs to handmade Sacher Torte–flavored doughnuts and inspired neo-retro cafes. Vienna's past is alive in its present, and, by extension, its future.

Day 5:  Vienna

Breakfast at the hotel. Today, we start our half day sightseeing with a drive along Ringstrasse and pass the famous landmarks such as the Opera House, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Natural History Museum, the cultural district the Museum Qartier, the Imperial Palace (Hofburg, the former Habsburg winter residence), the Parliament, the Town Hall, the Burgtheatre which gives an insight into the culture and history of the city and the Habsburg dynasty. Then, we take a 2 hours walk in the centre up to and visit gothic St. Stephen’s Cathedral (entrance included). We visit the Museum of Baroque Belvedere Palace (entrance to Upper Belvedere included), the world’s largest collection of Gustav Klimt’s paintings. We break in the middle to have lunch at your own expense. Evening is free for you to explore on your own. Dinner is at your own expense. Overnight stay at the hotel in Vienna

Optional: Mozart Concert in Traditional Costumes in Musiverein (at an extra cost Rs 5000/- per person)

Day 6:  Vienna to Salzburg

We check out after breakfast and start our journey towards Salzburg which is about 280 Km and a 2 hours 20 minutes drive approx. Later in the day we enjoy a Half day city tour of Salzburg. Explore one of the finest preserved medieval old towns in Europe, crisscrossed with romantic winding shopping streets, adorned with outstanding architectural monuments of the later baroque era. Walk in the footsteps of Mozart. Walk on pedestrian bridge Makartsteg to Getreidegasse, the street where the birthplace of Mozart is located. This narrow street still reminds us of the 18th century. We finish the walking tour at Salzburg Cathedral. Overnight stay at the hotel in Salzburg

Salzburg is storybook Austria. Standing beside the fast-flowing Salzach River, your gaze is raised inch by inch to the Altstadt’s mosaic of graceful domes and spires, the formidable cliff-top fortress and the mountains beyond. It’s a view that never palls. It’s a backdrop that once did the lordly prince-archbishops and home-grown genius Mozart proud. Everywhere you go, the scenery, the skyline, the music and the history send your spirits soaring higher than Julie Andrews' octave-leaping vocals.

Day 7: Salzburg

Breakfast at the hotel. On arrival we head out for the Sound of Music tour. Enjoy the sound of music ride with breath-taking views of the landscape where the opening scenes of the movie The Sound of Music were filmed. You will not just see lots of highlights of the movie "The Sound of Music", but also get to know historical and architectural landmarks in the city. The evening is at leisure. Enjoy your evening indulging in the Austrian cuisine or take a walk by the river with splendid views on both sides! Lunch and dinner is at your own expense. Overnight stay at the hotel in Salzburg

Day 8:  Salzburg to Cesky Krumlov

We check out after breakfast and begin our journey towards the quaint little town of Cesky Krumlov, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Czech Republic which is about 216 km and a 2 hours and 20 minutes drive approx and where the only noise is the sound of the gurgling Vltava River. Today, we enjoy half day sightseeing with the local guide. The Vltava River snakes through the town making the inner historical center an island up to itself. Visit the Castle, of 13th century and walk along the cobblestone streets of patrician houses, art shops and performances. Lunch and dinner is at your own expense. Overnight stay at the hotel Zlaty Andel 4*** or similar in Cesky Krumlov

Crowned by a spectacular castle, and centered on an elegant old town square, Český Krumlov is a pocket-sized Prague. Cesky Krumlov is located in the south Bohemian region and travelers have named it the gem of the Czech Republic. Renaissance and baroque buildings enclose the meandering arc of the Vltava River, housing riverside cafés and bars. After earning a spot on UNESCO World Heritage List in 1992, Český Krumlov has become the Czech Republic’s second busiest tourist town after Prague.

Day 9:  Cesky Krumlov to Prague

We check out after breakfast and transfer to the beautiful medieval city of Prague which is 169 Kms and 2 hours 20 minutes approx. We begin with the visit to Prague Castle and walk through the courtyards of the former royal residence of Czech rulers. Next, we visit the Old Royal Palace, St. Vitus Cathedral and the Golden Lane. We continue walking through the romantic Nerudova Street to the famous Charles Bridge. Rest of the afternoon is free for you to explore on your own and have lunch at own expense. In the evening, we meet up to enjoy our welcome dinner in a typical Czech brewery with brewery tour. Overnight stay at the hotel in Prague

Prague is the equal of Paris in terms of beauty. Its history goes back a millennium. Prague's maze of cobbled lanes and hidden courtyards is a paradise for the aimless wanderer, always beckoning you to explore a little further. Just a few blocks away from the Old Town Square you can stumble across ancient chapels, unexpected gardens, cute cafes and old-fashioned bars with hardly a tourist in sight. Where you can order a beer without speaking, simply by placing a beer mat on the table? There’s wit and weirdness in equal measure: a public fountain where two figures pee in a puddle, spelling out literary quotations; a 1950s nuclear bunker hidden beneath a city-centre hotel; and a cubist lamppost. Quirky doesn't even begin to describe it.

Day 10: Pragu

Breakfast at the hotel. Today we explore the Old Town on a half day tour, where you will visit the Old Town Square with the Old Town Hall, its famous astronomical clock "Orloj" and the Wenceslas square, the heart of the contemporary Prague. The afternoon is at leisure. Enjoy a cuppa at the square or shop at the quirky souvenir shops. Lunch and dinner is at your own expense. Overnight stay at the hotel in Prague

Day 11:  Departure

After breakfast, we transfer to the airport for our flight back home.


  • Accommodation in 3/4/5 star with breakfast.
  • Sightseeing on private basis as per the itinerary
  • Entrance fee wherever mentioned in the itinerary above
  • Tips for drivers and guides
  • Airport transfers on private basis.


  • International Airfare
  • Visa
  • Personal expenses such as telephone calls, water, mini bar, coffee, Laundry, etc
  • Lunches and all other meals & services which are not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Norm for tipping guide is $ 3 per person/ per day and $ 10 for porters at railway station.
  • Any other services not mentioned in the inclusions



























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