Budapest (Hungary) – City Tour – Goulash Party
Meet & greet by Chinese tour guide. The Fisherman’s Bastion was built at the site of an old rampart that, during the Middle Ages, was defended by the guild of fishermen. The bastion is made up of seven towers – each one symbolizing one of the seven Magyar tribes. Matthias Church also known as the Coronation Church. The colourful roofed church is the blend of new Gothic style architecture and the traditional Hungarian style. Heroes’ Square was laid out in 1896 to mark the thousandth anniversary of Hungary, the square can fit up to 500 thousands people. House of Parliament, there is 88 statues of the Hungarian leaders, it is one of the most grand and solemn building in Hungary
Budapest – Vienna (Austria) – City Tour – Schonbrunn Palace & Garden
Breakfast at the hotel. Schönbrunn Palace and Garden, everything in the palace is so exquisite, the interior of the palace was luxuriously designed, the delicate furniture and housewares are so refine and the wall art on the ceiling was amazingly drew. The garden was designed based on the concept of Versailles Palace. Visit the famous Heroes Square. On the plaza, there are two equestrian statues, where by the most interesting from a technical point of view is the statue of Charles, which balances on the horse’s two hind legs. Next we’ll be heading to Hofburg Palace, the imperial palace. Originally planned as a lavish “Imperial forum”, the grounds were built up majestically by the Habsburg emperors. Today, the Hofburg in Vienna is the official seat of the Austrian President.
Vienna – Durnstein Duna Valley – Melk – Cesky Krumlov (Czech Rep) – Medieval Dinner
Breakfast at the hotel. Cesky Krumlov was listed as the UNESCO World Heritage site since year 1992. The ancient city is crowned by a spectacular castle, and centred on an elegant old town square. The elegant old city still remain the as it is during the 13-14 century. The red roofed houses in the town make up the undeniable fairy-tale beauty of Cesky Krumlov.
Cesky Krumlov – Karlovy Vary – Prague
Breakfast at the hotel. Next heading to Karlovy Vary. It is a prominent spa town which has over 600 years history. Around 1350, Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor organized an expedition into the forests. On the site of a spring, he established a spa, so the location was subsequently renamed after him. Karlovy stands for Charles IV, whereby Vary stands for spa village.
Prague – Hradcany Castle – City Tour
After breakfast at the hotel, we will visit Prague Castle. It is a castle complex in Prague, Czech Republic, dating from the 9th century and the official residence of the President of the Czech Republic. St. Vitus Cathedral is the largest and the most important church in Prague due to the coronations of Czech kings and queens also took place here. Continue our tour to Charles Bridge, it is one of the landmark of Prague. It is a historic stone bridge that was built in 14 century, so it still keeping the Bohemian culture. Next is the Old Town Square. The square’s center is home to a statue of religious reformer Jan Hus. The square also features various architecture such as Gothic Church of Our Lady before Týn, St. Nicholas’ Church, Kinský Palace and Old Town Hall. Proceed to the Prague Astronomical Clock. It’s adorns the southern wall of the Old Town City Hall in the Old Town Square where you probably can take some nice photo here.
Prague – Airport
After breakfast at the hotel, will be sent to airport. Tour ends.