Experience the best of both on our four-night getaway to two of Eastern Europe’s most prominent cities. You’ll start your trip admiring the historical beauty of Prague for two nights, before traveling over to a boutique hotel in Budapest for the remaining two nights of your stay.
Nicknamed “the city of a hundred spires” Prague is decorated with nearly a thousand towers and spires. Prague presents itself to you as a changeable city, which likes to alternate styles: it is romantic and successful, ancient and modern, but above all, it is a city that is cosmopolitan through and through and is used to welcoming tourists.
Your first two nights will be spent at the four-star Ametyst Hotel Praha. The majestic Hotel is situated in the Vinorahdy area of Prague, this hotel benefits from being close to the city centre whilst also being in one of the best residential areas of the city. Due to its location, this hotel is equally suited to both the leisure and business traveller.
Finish your holiday in Budapest Hungary’s capital city. Budapest is one of the most popular cities to visit in Eastern Europe. This is mainly due to its deep history and rich culture. There is a wide range of sights to visit including the World Heritage Site of Buda Castle Hill where you can walk along its cobblestone streets taking in the beautiful architecture and popular sights. This majestic city would sit happily in the pages of a fairy tale, filled with ancient streets, romantic bridges, incredible landmarks, great food, and a vibrant atmosphere.
The remaining two nights of your stay will be spent at the Bristol Hotel Budapest. This hotel boasts 4-star facilities and an unrivaled location near the business quarter, the International Eastern Railway Station, and the Rákóczi Street. Guests staying at Bristol Hotel Budapest can relax in the Finnish sauna or work out in the fitness center. After a long day out, unwind at the bar before retreating to your room for a great night's sleep.
Where the Waters of the Danube Meet the Classical Capitals of Europe. Discover the very essence of three stunningly beautiful capitals for 6 Nights!
Hungary represents a majestic treasure trove of cultural vibrancy, UNSECO world heritage sties, and the visual intensity of the impressive Danube banks. And nowhere does this better than Budapest, a city of creatives, of ruin pubs where young minds and ideas meet from every corner of the world and exquisite aromas emanating from the restaurants of Váci Utca. A night might start in one of these bistros and end with a raucous party in a centennial thermal water spa. Somewhere in the heart of the city a bottle of passion is waiting for you!
Chug along the precipitous countryside on board Train to Bratislava. The Slovakian capital lays claim to some of the most important history in Europe. From Celtic centre to its vital part of the Limes Romanus, the Slavi and Germanic clash to the coronation capital of Hungarian kings. A city fenced in for four decades by the barbed wire of the iron curtain, yet it still has the power to inspire and delight.Today Bratislava is a free and trendy capital; one of the most vibrant in Europe.
From Bratislava you will reach Vienna. As described by Lonely Planet, “Vienna is packed with imperial history; at the same time it has exciting contemporary museums and lively nightlife scenes.” The soul-stirring tones of the Vienna Boys’ Choir drifting across a courtyard and the opulent palaces are the perfect antidote for contemporary urban living and the order of the day for culture vultures.