Tour to Central Europe

Austria – Czech Republic – Slovakia – Hungary

- 1970 01 01
Day 1: 

Arrival to Prague around 10:30 am – collect bags and heading to the city – free time for lunch – Check-In at hotel – time to rest.
P.M.: Visit the Church and Shrine of the Child Jesus in Prague (L'Enfant Jésus de Prague) and the area around the sanctuary, especially the famous Charles Bridge built over the Vltava River.

Day 2: 

Breakfast at hotel
A.M.: Visit the royal area, especially St Guy Cathedral, where there is the ammunition of St. Stanislaus Patron Saint of Prague; visit the Basilica of St. George, the Golden Way and the old Royal Palace – back to the hotel to rest.

Day 3: 

Breakfast at hotel
A.M.: Visit the city of Brno in Czech Republic: Visit the historical center area with its squares and markets – time for lunch.
P.M.: Departure to Bratislava – Visit Slovakia capital with its various tourist sights and squares.
Evening: Heading to Vienna – Check-In at hotel for overnight.

Day 4: 

Breakfast at hotel
A.M.: Visit the imperial region, in particular the Hofburg, the winter royal palace of the Habsburg family, the Royal Silver Museum, the Empress Sisi’s museum, and the Church of the Archangel.
P.M.: Time for shopping at Mariahilfer, the most important shopping street in Vienna.
Evening: Optional program: Traditional dinner at Grinzing (see notes below).

Day 5: 

Breakfast at hotel
A.M.: Visit the Schonbrunn Palace, the Imperial Summer Palace as well as its magnificent gardens.
P.M.: Visit to the historical center of the city, especially the Cathedral of St. Stephen, one of the most beautiful churches in Vienna, as well as visiting the streets deriving from it, especially Karntner and Graben, which is one of the finest areas in Vienna.

Day 6: 

Breakfast at hotel
A.M.: Heading to the village of Podersdorf which is located near the Austrian lake Neusiedl – visit – time for lunch.
P.M.: Continue to one of the most beautiful Hungarian cities Gyor: Visit the historic center of the city with its various landmarks.
Evening: Heading to Budapest – Check-In at hotel for overnight.

Day 7: 

Breakfast at hotel
A.M.: Visit to the royal area, especially Matthias Church, then visit the Cathedral of St. Stephen, where is the hand of St. Estephan I, the first king of Hungary.
P.M.: Cruising tour of the Danube with a visit to the island of Margaret + visit Vatce Utca Street where the new center of the city is located.

Day 8: 

Breakfast at hotel
A.M.: Visit the Siofok village on Lake Balaton, the most important lake in Hungary and the largest lake in Central Europe – visit sightseeings and lake – time for lunch.
P.M.: Departure to Budapest airport to return back to Lebanon.

Prix: 1450 €

Le prix comprend:

1. Round Trip ticket.
2. Airport and fuel taxes.
3. Accommodation in 4 stars hotels.
4. Breakfasts.
5. Transportation in an air conditioned tourist bus.
6. Driver's accommodation and meals.
7. Roads fees and parkings.
8. International insurance against accidents.
9. Tour Leader throughout the trip.
10. The following tourist sites entrance fees: 
• Winter Royal Palace, Sisi Museum, Porcelain and Silver Museum and the Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna
• Royal Palace – St Guy Cathedral, St. George Basilica and the Golden Road in Prague
• Mathias Church, the Danube cruise and the Margaret Island visit in Budapest

Price does Not include the following:

- Schengen Visa which costs € 100 and covers the following:
• Visa costs (€ 60).
• VFS office service charge (Intermediary office).
• Your Ticket service charge to take appointments, prepare and handle files, follow up, escorting to VFS and retrieve passports from the Embassy.

- Tips for driver and hotel employees about € 25 per person.


1. The above price is given on a double or triple room basis, for those who wish to stay in a single room, supplement will be 320 €.

2. Persons over 65 years old have to settle additional 15 € as an allowance for compulsory health insurance according to the laws of the insurance companies.

3. An optional traditional dinner with folkloric music in Grinzing near Vienna, dinner and evening transport costs 35 € per person.
(Dinner: traditional starters + Schnitzel (Turkey OR porc breast pané) + French fries + dessert (Austrian apple strudel) + a glass of traditional wine + water).