The above package is subject to availability at time of reservation. Price is per person sharing. Prices are subject to change in accordance with currency fluctuations and increased airfares. When making a booking enquiry it is important that you are in possession of the correct documentation to travel i.e. visas, inoculation certificates etc. Please check that all names and surnames are spelt exactly as they appear in the relevant passports. Fares, where indicated, are based on low season rates.
PricesFrom: R 9,799.00
FlightsNo Flights Included
Valid From1st of September 2018 (Saturday)
Valid To30th of September 2018 (Sunday)
Need Visa'sSouth Africa: YesBritish: NoEuropean Union: NoAmerican: No
About the Holiday
If you are fascinated by history and want to stand in awe of the Spire-studded skylines of Budapest, Vienna and Prague then this 10 day trip is definitely up your boulevard. Dotted with hilltop castles, ornate cathedrals, and imperial palaces, Vienna, Budapest, and Prague will captivate you. Spend a few days getting to know each of these dynamic cities—you’ll discover their vivid World War II history, radical art movements, and unique local cultures.
Budapest's famed Buda and Pest areas are split by the Danube. Unwind in its world-famous thermal baths, enjoy the city's great architectural feats from Castle Hill or savour the delicious local Hungarian cuisine.
Vienna is the medieval ‘City of Music’. Arguably Europe’s most elegant city, Vienna is a charming mix of regal heritage and contemporary style, from its grand palaces and stunning architecture, to its tasty Sacher-Torte, synonymous with this enchanting city.
Prague is the historic capital of Bohemia, with its grand history and culture. This gothic and bohemian Baroque city is best explored on foot, with a myriad of attractions on offer, including the world-famous 14th century Charles Bridge and Old Town Square that has been at the centre of Prague since the 10th century and its quaint medieval astronomical clock featuring the 12 apostles.
Includes & Excludes
- 3 nights in Budapest
- 3 nights in Vienna
- 3 nights in Prague
- 2nd class train tickets Budapest – Vienna - Prague
- Breakfast daily
- International and domestic flights
- Travel and Health Insurance
- Meals and beverages not specified
- Items of a personal nature
Budapest is the capital of Hungary.
Modern Budapest was born in 1873, when Buda, buda and Pest were officially joined. Today, the city is composed of 23 districts (kerletek), each designated on maps, street signs and addresses by Roman numerals (I to XXIII). Buda and Pest still remain distinct, however, creating a fascinating west bank-east bank contrast. Hilly Buda in the west is laced with narrow cobbled streets and packed with a mixture of medieval and neoclassical buildingsalmost totally reconstructed after WWII. Flat Pest lies to the east, its wide boulevards and art nouveau structures testimony to the boom Budapest experienced in the years before WWI.
The Chain Bridge (Szchenyi lnchd) is the central point of Budapest. From here, hilly Buda is to the west and the plains of commercial Pest are to the east. A steep climb in the Sikl, the 19th-century funicular, leads to Budas Castle Hill, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where many attractions are clustered.Trinity Square is at the heart of the district and usually thronging with tourists.
New clubs and discos are constantly sprouting up all over Budapest especially around VII Liszt Ferenc tr and IX Rday utca. The bars offer something for everybody and there is plenty of space to experiment. Many bars are open until dawn, although most close at around 0400. Borozs are cheap wine cellars, where it is rare to see women, especially unaccompanied. Srzs are beer houses that will also serve good and moderately priced food. The minimum drinking age is 18 years.