Arrive into Prague. Transfer to the hotel by private coach. Check in to your hotel for your overnight in Prague.
Breakfast at hotel before setting out on your Prague City Tour. During this excursion we will help you get acquainted with the historical district of the city. First, we will show you the New Town (the National Museum, the National Theatre etc.), then our private bus will take you to see the Jewish quarter and then through Old Town Square to Wenceslas Square. Further, we continue across the Vltava river to the Lesser Town. Next, we will continue up towards the Castle district, where you will take approximately an hour-long walking tour, during which you will have a chance to see the world-famous St. Vitus Cathedral.Lunch at local restaurant. Afternoon at leisure. In the evening, enjoy a relaxing cruise on an air conditioned boat. Let yourself be carried away by a splendid view of the heart of Prague with the panoramic views of Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, the Charles Bridge, the National Theatre, the Petřin Hill, and the green cupola (dome) of the St. Nicolas Church.
Overnight in Prague.
After breakfast, head out on your Full day trip to Karlovy Vary. Our private bus will take you out of Prague and through the picturesque West Bohemian countryside to the city of Karlovy Vary. This world-famous spa has become famous for its 12 natural medicinal mineral springs, from which you will have the opportunity to taste, but is best known for its “Vřidlo” (Geyser), expelling its curative water up to a height of 12 m. The city has also reached worldwide acclaim for the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival held annually. Karlovy Vary is also home to the famous Moser glass factory: Watch perfect hand manufacturing of products. Learn about their top quality and a unique talent of master glassmakers. The magic atmosphere when products are blown and shaped, the typical fragrance of burnt-out wooden moulds and the beauty of glowing mass will certainly be a strong experience, which can be finished by shopping in Moser sales gallery! Return to Prague for your overnight at the hotel in Prague.
After breakfast depart for Vienna and check in to your hotel there. Spend your afternoon at leisure. Overnight at hotel in Vienna.
After breakfast,go on your Half Day City tour of Vienna. This tour will give you an overall impression of the most significant historical sights of Vienna. Along the Ringstrasse we show you numerous grand buildings, such as the MAK, the State Opera House, the magnificent Museum of Fine Arts with its world famous art treasures of the Habsburgs and the Natural History Museum, the cultural district the MuseumsQuartier, the Hofburg (the former Habsburg winter residence), the Parliament, the City Hall and the Burgtheater. We drive past the Belvedere Palace which houses the largest and most previous Gustav Klimt collection in the world. Lunch at local restaurant and spend the afternoon at leisure in Vienna. In the evening, dine at a local restaurant before your overnight at the hotel in Vienna.
Have your breakfast at the hotel and visit Schonbrunn Palace. See the apartments of Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife Elisabeth and a tour the Rococo state rooms of the palace. On this tour of 22 rooms you can experience the luxurious splendor of the Great Gallery, the Oriental charm of the Chinese Cabinets as well as the astonishingly modest style of decoration in Emperor Franz Joseph's private suite. The Yellow Salon contains a precious secrataire - the only object at Schönbrunn that once belonged to Queen Marie Antoinette of France, who was guillotined in 1793. Have lunch at local restaurant and then spend the afternoon at leisure in Vienna. Dine at a local restaurant before your overnight at the hotel in Vienna.
After your breakfast, depart for High Tatras. Arrive in Poprad and check in at the hotel. Spend the noon at leisure and then proceed to dine at the hotel for your overnight in Poprad.
After breakfast at the hotel, enjoy a day of Spa and Wellness at Aqua City, the largest two-storey wellness center in Central Europe. In an area of nearly 1,600sqm, lies a vital world full of contrasts designed around the elements of fire and water. These basic elements are a symbol of the new wellness centre divided into a private and a party zone, with different types of saunas and inhalation rooms, ceremonial sauna, private area, resting rooms with waterbeds and our unique 14m long Vital Pool Bar with trendy cocktails and meals. Unusual surprises await in the new Fire & Water Wellness & Spa! Have dinner at the hotel, before your overnight in Poprad.
Have breakfast at the hotel, departure for Budapest. Arrive there and check in. Spend the noon at leisure before your overnight at the hotel in Budapest.
After breakfast at the hotel in Budapest, set out on the Budapest City Tour. We start the tour in the Castle District, on the Buda side and during a leisurely walk you can enjoy the main attractions of the area. We will then enter Matthias Church and also the Fishermen’s Bastion (from where you can enjoy the beautiful panorama). Next, we drive to the Gellért Hill (Citadel) to show you the most spectacular view of Budapest. Making our way down towards Pest side, we pass the famous Chain Bridge, we pass by Europe’s largest thermal spa, the Budapest Zoo and the Amusement Park, then stop at the Heroes’ Square (with statues of the most famous Hungarian kings and dukes). We then take the Andrássy Avenue to downtown Pest, pass by the Opera House and the St Stephen’s Basilica. During the tour you will have an overview of the last 1000 years of Hungarian history, including the Parliament and the famous Central Market Hall. Have lunch at local restaurant and spend the noon shopping at The Great Market Hall of Budapest (or Central Market Hall), which is the largest and oldest indoor market in Budapest, built towards the end of the 19th century. Pop in to admire its splendid architecture, combine shopping with sightseeing and buy authentic Hungarian souvenirs. You can then head out to the Main shopping street, called the Váci Street, which is the most renowned pedestrian shopping street of Budapest. It stretches to a little more than a mile between Vörösmarty Square and the Great Market Hall. The northern half of the street is lined with fashion stores, while the southern half is better known for its gift shops and souvenirs. The pedestrian street is brimming with street artists all year long. Overnight at hotel in Budapest
After your breakfast, have a Spa Day at one of the most famous baths in Budapest. This palce holds the title "City of Spas" since the year 1934, as it has more thermal and medicinal water springs than any other capital city in the world. There are 118 springs in Budapest, providing over 70 million liters of thermal water a day. The temperature of the waters is between 21 and 78 Celsius. Budapest's thermal waters were enjoyed by the Romans as early as the 2nd century, but it was only during the Turkish occupation of Hungary in the 16th century that the bath culture really started flourishing.
Gellert Thermal Bath
The Gellért Thermal Bath and Hotel, known world-wide and highly favoured by foreigners, built in a secession style, opened its gates in 1918 and was expanded in 1927 by the wave-bath and in 1934 by the effervescent bath. In the course of the modernisation accomplished in our days, the sitting-pool in the swimming complex, the outdoor sitting pool and the children's pool were renovated; they were equipped with a state-of-the art water filtering and circulation device. At present, nearly all healing facilities may be used in the Gellért Thermal Bath. The Bath includes a department offering complex thermal bath acilities (daytime/outpatient hospital), it also has an inhalatorium.
Water supply to the Bath is ensured by the spring accesses established inside the Gellért hill. The water is a hot spring water with calcium, magnesium and hydrogen-carbonate as well as sulphate-chloride, also containing sodium and with a significant content of fluoride ions.
Szechenyi Thermal Bath
The Széchenyi Thermal Bath is o¬ne of the largest spa complexes in Europe. It's also the first thermal bath of Pest. It owes its existence to Vilmos Zsigmondy, a mining engineer. o¬n his initiative, successful deep borings had been performed in the City Park, where later, in 1881 already an "Artesian bath" was in operation. However, this temporary type of bath was meeting the demands of the age less and less, so the Széchenyi Thermal Bath was built in 1913 o¬n the basis of plans composed by Gyozo Czigler. The Bath was expanded in 1927 with a public bathing department for gentlemen and ladies and a beach site. In the middle of the 1960s, further transformations took place, including the creation of a group thermal section in bathing suits as well as a daytime outpatient hospital (complex physiotherapy department).
The water supply for the bath is provided by the Saint Stephen Well Nr.II commissioned in 1938. It is a hot-spring water with calcium, magnesium, hydro-carbonate, also containing sodium and sulphate, with a significant content in fluoride and metaboric acid. The water of the drinking well is a healing water with calcium, magnesium, hydro-carbonate, chloride, sulphate, also containing alcalics and a substantial amount of fluoride.
After such a relaxing day, have dinner at a local restaurant and then proceed for your overnight at the hotel in Budapest
After breakfast at the hotel, check out and proceed to the Airport for your flight back home.