7 Days 6 Nights
Prague (2N) – Budapest (2N) – Zagreb (2N)
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Prague, known as one of the jewels of Central Europe, is home to countless historical sites that can be explored. From medieval churches and castles to hidden gems tucked away in cobblestone alleyways – there is something for everyone here. Budapest is another must-visit destination on this tour; its unique mix of architectural styles and vibrant culture are sure to take your breath away. Finally, Zagreb awaits you with its incredible outdoor markets, restaurants serving up delicious local specialties and plenty more to see and do – all within walking distance from each other!
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Greetings from Prague! After arriving at Prague Airport, a personal transfer will be provided from the airport to the hotel. Prague has been regarded as among the most attractive places in the world since the Eighteenth Century. It is also the Czech Republic's capital and largest city. Enjoy the remainder of the day in this enchanting city of bridges, cathedrals, gold-tipped turrets, and church spires at your leisure. This is also the European Union's fourteenth largest city. Extended stay in Prague.
Beginning your exploration of Prague with a Hop-on, Hop-off tour bus after breakfast, You are free to come and go as frequently as you choose. Seen from the upper deck of the Hop On, Hop Off Tourist Bus, take in the must-see attractions of Prague! Fairy-tale Prague Castle, the charming Malá Strana, the historic Old Town Square, and the Old Jewish Cemetery are just a few of the things we'll show you! Overnight stay in Prague.
You can check out and go to the railway station after breakfast. Take the train to Budapest. Proceed to the hotel when you arrive. Budapest is a city built in a beautiful natural setting with a rich architectural and historical legacy that offers an unrivalled blend of culture, thriving gastronomy, and the benefits of thermal springs and world heritage sites. The remainder of the day is yours to do as you like. Budapest for the night.
Following breakfast, hop on a hop-off bus and see the city. Tour For one day, you can see Hungary's capital, Budapest, which is traversed by the Danube and was founded 2,000 years ago. Budapest City Sightseeing consists of three bus routes with strategically placed stops that take you from Budapest's Neo-Renaissance architecture to its pulsating nightlife.
From open-top buses, take in the view of the Hungarian Parliament Building's Gothic Revival façade or Buda Castle. Explore the Citadel and Jewish Synagogue, and be amazed by the imperial city's breathtaking views. On Dohány Street, get off at the Jewish Museum and Synagogue. Take a walk across the world-famous Chain Bridge! Cross the Danube River on foot from Buda to Pest. Budapest for the night.
You can check out and go to the railway station after breakfast. Get on the train to Zagreb. Proceed to the hotel when you arrive. It is a city with a diverse economy, good living standards, museums, and sporting and entertainment events. Zagreb overnight.
Begin your exploration of Zagreb City with a Hop-on Try and Jump Tour after breakfast. The City Tour runs every day and is the best way to view all of Zagreb's key sights in the least amount of time. Zagreb overnight.
Following breakfast, checkout out and take a private transport to the airport.
It's advisable to spend four to five days in Prague to get a true sense of the city. That way, you'll be able to see all of the major attractions and get a taste of the city's culture.
Although Prague is much more costly than that of other Czech cities, with an average daily cost of €40 to €90 per person, if you're travelling on a mid-range budget, it is undoubtedly more cheap than other Western European cities.
A large number of native inhabitants in Prague speak English at least rudimentarily. And familiarity of the English language is assumed in tourist hotspots, restaurants in the downtown area, hotels, and tourist shops.
The months of March to May, as well as September to November, are ideal for visiting Budapest. These are the months when the weather is pleasant and the city is not overrun with tourists.
The temperature in Prague is often cooler than in Budapest. Prague's normal average temp is 10.72°C (51.3°F), but Budapest's average mean temperature is 13.53°C (56.35°F).
Zagreb is Croatia's most major transport centre, serving as a crossroads for Central Europe, the Mediterranean, and Southeast Europe, making the Zagreb area the heart of the country's road, rail, and air networks. It's a city noted for its diverse economy, high standard of life, museums, sporting events, and entertainment.