A 9 Day Land Program in Budapest and Prague
Trip Details
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9 Days / 8 Nights
Inclusions: Fare includes deluxe accommodation, touring by private car and driver per itinerary, transfers and entrance fees.
Exclusions: Fare does not include international air, meals, gratuities to guides, personal services and other items of a personal nature.


Trip Overview

The atmosphere of Budapest and Prague are enjoyable anytime of year.  But visiting during the holidays delivers a picturesque and memorable occasion.  Visit the cafes, galleries and museums in the midst of the city as well as auaint baroque towns filled with cafes, restaurants and galleries and where artisans sell their work.

This arts and cultural-based program may be customized to match the desired length of stay and specific activities requested.  Note that special programs included for winter holidays may be substituted at different times of the year.

The proposed itinerary is perfect for two couples traveling together or a family of four.

Points of Interest


Christmas Market in Vorosmarty Square

Spend an unforgettable day filled with a uniquely Hungarian holiday flavor.  The market is one of the most famous in Europe, with over 100 stalls featuring the work of artists and wood craftsmen, glassware and traditional foods.  All the products are guaranteed to have been handmade using traditional methods and the atmosphere offers plenty of Hungarian folk dances, music and activities for kids.

Traveler Reviews


  1. Arrival in Budapest

    Explore the renowned Christmas Market at your leisure


  2. Full day of sightseeing in Budapest

    Discover the oldest part of the city, the historic Castle District on the Buda side
    Explore the Jewish quarter and drive along Andrassy boulevard on the Pest side
    Visit the stunning interior of the 2nd largest Parliament of Europe


  3. Choice of Full Day Excursions

    Choose either the Danube Bend (recommended from April through October)  or the town of Szentendre and Budapest (recommended from November through March)


  4. Tour of the Gödöllõ Royal Palace & visit of the Lázár Equestrian Park

    Vvisit Grassalkovich Palace, formerly used as a state royal summer residence
    Performance at Lázár Equestrian Park


  5. Departure from Budapest & arrival to Prague

    Fly Budpest to Prague
    Remainder of the day is at leisure to explore the Prague Christmas Market

  6. Full day sightseeing in Prague
    Walk the cobble stones of the Old Town
    Visit the  Astronomical Clock, Kinski Palace, Tyn Church , the Powder Tower , and the Art Nouveau Municipal House
    Continue to the bottom of Wenceslav Square


  7. Tour to Kutna Hora and Cesky Sternberk

    Visit one of the most beautiful Czech medieval castles - Cesky Sternberk
    Proceed on to the ancient silver mining town of Kutná Hora
    Visit the cathedral dedicated to St. Barbara, and the Italian Court

  8. Half day tour to Nelahozeves Castle
    Visit the private castle of the Lobkowitz noble family. You will see one of the most valuable private collections of paintings in Europe which includes painters such as Rubens, Canalleto, Bruegel and others.

  9. Departure from Prague


St. George Residence Boutique Hotel, Budapest

St. George Residence is located in the historic centre of Budapest, in the Castle District, which is in a World Heritage site of Buda. St. George Residence is a 5-star boutique hotel, opened in 2007, and is one of the oldest hotel building (from 1392) in Budapest. It is just a few steps away from the most famous sights of Budapest (Mathias Church, Sándor Palace, The National Gallery, The Széchenyi Library) in the Castle District area. Some of them have a wonderful view to the whole city (Royal Palace, Fishermen’s Bastion).

The St. George Residence warmly welcomes its guests with legendary hospitality to its 26 suites. These suites – with their sizes between 45-110 sqm - come equipped with a bedroom, living room, bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen. In the accommodations, a special emphasis has been placed on conserving the original medieval atmosphere without compromising on modern comforts.

The Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel, Prague

The avant-garde of luxury international hotels when it opened in 1932, this stylish Art Deco hotel has been meticulously restored to its former glory.  As the first historic boutique hotel in Budapest, much of the interior is preserved, including glittering chandeliers, rich Italian marble and the creamy milk glass that can be seen throughout the hotel.

In 2008, all guestrooms were renovated with a design that both retains the grace and elegance of a bygone era, yet offers every modern convenience. Its location within walking distance to major historic sites, in combination with its genuine, personalized service, unsurpassed amenities, award-winning restaurants and popular live music performances, make the Alcron a great choice in Prague.

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