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Discover the secrets of Eastern Europe. From castles, cathedrals and churches to mouthwatering food and spectacular landscapes, there is so much to see and delight in on this tour. Your holiday begins in the city of Prague, capital of Czech Republic, a city known for its Castle, Charles Bridge and the Giant Astronomical Clock. The history of the city can be seen in every stone, every wall and as you walk through the Old Town, you become one with the city. From the history of Prague, dive into the musical scene of Vienna, Austria, explore majestic palaces and vibrant markets. Immerse in the café-culture of Vienna and enjoy in its culinary delights. Take in an musical or two before continuing to Budapest, Hungary for another fascinating tour of its castles and hot baths. Spice up your stay with paprika-tossed goulash, a hot favourite and unwind on a cruise on the Danube. Party till you drop in Budapest’s famed clubs while in Bratislava, capital of Slovakia which is identifiable with its red and white castle sitting atop a hill overlooking the river Danube, go statue hunting around the city while enjoying a delicious gelato. Round off your trip with a picture with Cumil the Workman, Bratislava’s most famous Peeper and then proceed to your last destination in Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic.


Welcome to the Bohemian city of Prague. Land at the airport, meet and greet your travel mates and tour manager. Later proceed on a guided walking sightseeing of the city and have lunch on your own while on route and proceed to hotel check-in. The walking tour explores the city’s finest such as the Prague castle; a complex of the 9th-century building, official residence of the President of the Czech Republic and St. Vitus Cathedral dominating the skyline of the city. Walk on to Lesser Town located past the Vltava River, clusters of brick red-roofed houses embodying fairytale charm. Church of Our Lady Victorious, home of the famous Child Jesus statue called the Infant Jesus of Prague, passing by Charles Bridge a historic landmark crossing the Vltava river and Saint Nicholas church of Baroque style influence. Explore Castle district with amazing views of the city. Last stop of your walking tour is at Old town square with “Prague orloj” the phenomenal astronomical clock. This medieval structure uses special mechanism to display planetary and zodiac positions. Overnight in Prague.

Included Meals: No Meals Included

Start the day with a good breakfast. Join in on the exciting full day to Karlovy Vary with a funicular ride, Diana Observation Tower and Folklore Dinner . Karlovy Vary is a popular spa town in the west Bohemia region and the second most visited place in the Czech Republic. Meet your local guide and proceed for a walking tour in the heart of a forested valley, to see numerous thermal springs and experience grand & impressive colonnade dispensing purified water from the natural thermal springs known to possess medicinal benefits. Next, ride the funicular to the top of Diana Observation Platform. Board the funicular and begin a steep yet entertaining journey uphill. View a mere trailer of the lush greenery awaiting the top on this ride. Once you reach the top, strep on the platform and be completely mesmerized by the view. Spot the town of Karlovy Vary resembling a perfect portrait of sorts from above and the acres of forest encircling the beautiful town. Enjoy an evening with traditional Czech Folklore show and dance along with dinner that lasts about 2.5-hrs. Overnight in Prague.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Dig-in to the ready breakfast buffet after which checkout from the hotel. Sit back and enjoy your eye pleasing drive to Vienna. Distance Covered: 340KM Welcome to Vienna, proceed to the hotel for check-in. In the evening, enjoy dinner and dialogue with your acquaintances turned friends. Overnight in Vienna.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Wake up to a ready breakfast buffet followed by a guided city tour of Vienna comprising of Ringstrasse, Vienna’s grand and most beautiful boulevard, the State Opera, the Museums of Fine Art and Natural History, Parliament building, Burgtheater (National Theatre), City Hall and University, the exquisite baroque Schonbrunn Palace with over 1,441 rooms and Belvedere Palace home to the worlds largest collection of popular Viennese artist Gustav Klimt. Later proceed to one of the oldest markets in town, Naschmarkt for lunch and free time. Stroll down the pathways encountering more than 100 food stalls, boutiques and restaurants. Overnight in Vienna.

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Wake up to a hot breakfast buffet and depart on a lovely drive to Budapest, Hungary. Arrive at the hotel and check-in. Distance covered: 243KM In the evening, partake in the optional tour to an awe-striking spectacle at the Hungarian Horse Show, a 45-minutes performance of horse shows & archer, with the Puszta-five as the finale; the horseman riding 5 horses at the same time. Visit the World Champion’s Museum & stable of the champion horses, experience the ride on old Hungarian horse carts from the forest to the farm. Finally, proceed to your dinner of authentic Hungarian cuisine with gypsy music and folklore dance. Overnight in Budapest.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Begin the day with the most important meal followed by an extensive city tour inclusive of walking and drive of the Twin cities Buda & Pest with an expert local guide. Explore famous attractions such as Chain bridge; a suspension bridge which connect its hilly region of Buda and flat district of Pest. Cross Heroes’ Square and City Park, Vajdahynyad Castle complex, Szechenyi bath house, Andrassy Blvd, Deak Square, Vorsomarthy Square, Danube Promenade, Gellert Hill and Citadel, Vigado, Royal Palace and Matthias Church. Fisherman’s Bastion a terrace in Neo-Romanesque located on the Buda bank, St. Stephen Basilica one of the largest church named after first Hungary’s king, Budapest Parliament one of Europe’s oldest legislative Building, Buda Castle the historical castle and palace complex of the Hungarian kings. After city tour proceed to lunch and then Danube River to go on a scenic cruise along the waters. Overnight in Budapest.

Included Meals: Breakfast

First thing on your agenda today is a delicious breakfast. Check-out of your hotel and proceed for an entertaining ride to Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. Upon arrival, explore the city of Bratislava. Cover sights of Slovak Philharmonic Hall, Slovak National Theatre – Opera, which is the oldest cultural institution of Slovakia, followed by Old Historical Town. Your last stop will be Bratislava Castle, the main castle of Bratislava. Enjoy breathtaking views of the city from the castle. After the city tour, be ready for your drive to Brno. Upon arrival proceed to churches like St.James Church and Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul. You can also explore Freedom Square and see the Statue of Young Mozart , Baroque plague column, Brno’s astronomical clock and the Parnas Fountain. After roaming the square, proceed to hotel and check-in. Overnight in Brno.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Dig in to your final breakfast of the holiday post which checkout from the hotel and proceed to the airport for your return. *Please note standard check-in time is 3PM and check-out is 12PM

Included Meals: Breakfast

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What you are getting


Return Economy Class Flight

4* Hotel Accommodation

All Taxes, No Hidden Costs

7 Breakfasts, 1 Dinner

Airport Transfers


Travel Kit

Free Visa

Optional Tour

Hungarian Horse Show with Dinner




Church of Our Lady Victorious

Explore Prague Castle area

St. Vitus Cathedral

Walk on to Lesser Town

Vltava River

Photo stop at Infant Jesus of Prague Statue

Walk across Charles Bridge

St. Nicholas Church

Stop by the magnificent Astronomical Clock

Free time at Old Town Square

Karlovy Vary

Diana Observatory Tower with Funicular ride

Folklore Show with Dinner

Church of Our Lady Victorious


Free time at popular boulevard, Ringstrasse

Photo stop at the captivating State Opera

Museum of Fine Art and Natural History

Parliament Building

Stop at Burgtheatre (National Theatre)

City Hall

City University

Photo stop at Schonbrunn Palace

Photo stop at Belvedere Palace

Free time at popular boulevard, Ringstrasse


Explore the cities Buda and Pest

Cross Heroes’ Square for a photo stop

City Park

Walk on to Vajdahynyad Castle complex

Andrassy Boulevard

Pass by Deak Ferenc Square

Vorsomoarthy Square

Wander the Danube Promenade

Free time at Gellert Hill and Citadel

Royal Palace

Stop by Matthias Church

Photo stop at Fisherman’s Bastion

March on to St. Stephen Basilica

Budapest Parliament

Buda Castle

Relaxing and Scenic Danube River Cruise


Old Historical Town

Bratislava Castle

Slovak Philharmonic Hall

Slovak National Theatre


St. James Square

Old Town Hall Brno

St. Peter and Paul Cathedral

Parnas fountain

Statue of Young Mozart

Freedom Square

Brno astronomical clock

Visa Information

One recent photographs

Bank Statements

Copy of UAE residence visa

Copy of confirmed hotel reservation

Copy of confirmed round trip tickets

No objection letter on Companys letterhead and Official Stamp

Travel Insurance valid for the duration of stay in the Schengen area

The original and a copy of the passport of the applicant with a copy of the UAE residence visa and all previous Swiss or Schengen visas

Must See

Astronomical Clock

Child Jesus Statue

Chain Bridge

Fisherman’s Bastion

Must Do

Funicular Ride

Hungarian Horse Show

Folklore Show

River Cruise

Must Eat


Wiener Schnitzel




Must Buy

Bohemian Glass


Viennese Porcelein

Hungarian Secret Box

Brass bells

Tour Gallery


Travel Tips

Carry sunscreen and sunglasses every day with you while you are travelling

Be on time as advised by the dedicated tour manager

Having a travel Insurance is very important!

Scan your passport/ identity card photos and save them in your mobile

Try learning a few words of the language of the country you are visiting

Always carry a photocopy of your itinerary with yourself

Self-educate yourself about the local customs of the country before you arrive. You obviously don't want to offend anyone while you travel!

Be kind, polite & Smile often! Being part of a group tour will definitely make it easier for you to make your new travel buddies.

Carry an extra pair of clothes when you are catching a flight in your handbag in case of any unexpected delays

Charge all your gadgets whenever you get time. A great tip - you'll find a USB charging port at the back of your hotel TV!

Try not to exchange your currency at the airport as you won't get the best exchange rate over there

Get earplugs and a sleep mask along with you! They can be very helpful when you are flying or especially during your inter-country commute via tour bus

Track your spending when you're on the trip! It can be tiresome but you'll always be well-informed about all your expenses and the remaining travel budget amount

As tipping is habitual in most of the countries, it's not polite to walk out of the restaurants without tipping anything. You can tip somewhere between 10 to 20 per cent of the total bill value

Let your bank know that you'll be travelling so your card is not blocked for sudden international usage

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