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9D6N EASTERN EUROPE SUPERSAVER

9D6N EASTERN EUROPE SUPERSAVER
  • 9 days
  • Group Tour
  • Jun 2018 - Dec 2018
  • SGD 1988

6212 9679

TripZilla EU09ES

150 South Bridge Road, #01-12 Fook Hai Building, Singapore 058727

Highlights
9D6N EASTERN EUROPE SUPERSAVER​
TOUR CODE: EU09ES

SuperSaver Series

Sales period: Jan 2018 - Dec 2018 
Travel period: Mar 2018 - Dec 2018




CZECH REPUBLIC
PRAGUE
  • Prague Castle
  • St Vitus Cathedral
  • Golden Lane
  • Wenceslas Square
  • Astronomical Clock
  • Charles Bridge

KARLOVY VARY
  • Moser Glassworks and Museum

CESKY KRUMLOV
  • State Castle of Cesky Krumlov
  • Old Town

AUSTRIA
VIENNA
  • Ringstrasse
  • Opera House
  • Hofburg
  • Parliament Building
  • Town Hall
  • Burgtheater
  • Schonbrunn Palace

SLOVAKIA
BRATISLAVA
  • Primatial Square
  • ​Old Town Hall
  • St Martin's Cathedral
  • Grassalkovich Palace
  • Bratislava Castle
  • Devin Castle

HUNGARY
BUDAPEST
  • Heroes’ Square
  • Fisherman’s Bastion
  • Gellert Hill


ITINERARY
Day 1 SINGAPORE – PRAGUE

Meals on Board
Head off to Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Prague, the capital and administrative, cultural, business and industrial centre of Czech Republic

Day 2 PRAGUE
Meals on Board/Dinner
Upon arrival, begin your tour of Prague with a visit to Prague Castle, the largest ancient castle in the world, St Vitus Cathedral, the biggest and most important church in the country, Golden Lane and famous Wenceslas Square, which is the hub of cultural, social and business activities in Prague. Not to be missed is Astronomical Clock, where a crowd gathers at the start of every hour to admire the procession of the Apostles and other allegorical figures. Take a stroll on the medieval Charles Bridge, the symbol of the city of Prague, and admire the baroque statues that flank both sides of the bridge. 

Day 3 PRAGUE – KARLOVY VARY
Breakfast/Dinner
Today, admire the Bohemian landscapes as you travel west to Karlovy Vary, sometimes known by the German name of Karlsbad or Carlsbad. The town is historically famous for its hot springs and hence being the most visited spa town in the Czech Republic. Visit the Moser Glassworks and Museum, where beautiful crystal ware is made. Spend the rest of the day in leisure. You may opt to admire the elegant spa colonnades and fountains around the city while sampling some of the reputedly curative thermal spring waters and light spa wafers or taste some of Karlovy’s legendary herbal liqueur at your own expense.

Day 4 KARLOVY VARY – CESKY KRUMLOV – CESKE BUDEJOVICE
Breakfast/Dinner
This morning, continue to Cesky Krumlov, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the southwest of the Czech Republic. Embark on a walking tour starting at the landmark of the region, the State Castle of Cesky Krumlov, which dominates the town centre and looms over red-tile roofs, stone bridges and labyrinth cobbled streets. Picture-perfect houses with distinctly odd outlines crowd the hills and banks of the Vlatava River that snakes through the heart of the city. 

Day 5 CESKE BUDEJOVICE – VIENNA
Breakfast/Dinner
Traverse across the border into Austria and arrive in the beautiful city of Vienna otherwise known as Wien. Embark on a city tour to view significant landmarks from Ringstrasse to Opera House, Hofburg, Parliament Building, Town Hall and Burgtheater. The Burgtheater was largely destroyed in a bombing raid in 1945 and one month later, on April 12, 1945, it was further damaged by a fire of unknown origin. Thereafter, head to major Viennese attraction, Schonbrunn Palace. Schonbrunn Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Austria’s most visited attraction. This Baroque synthesis of different arts, consisting of a palace and gardens, has been in the possession of the Habsburgs for centuries, and has been restored to its original condition.

Day 6 VIENNA – BRATISLAVA
Breakfast/Dinner
This morning, depart to Bratislava the largest city and capital of Slovakia. View important locations such as Primatial Square, Bratislava's main square. Historically, this square was a market and arena for public occasions such as the welcoming of a monarch. Today, this beautiful area is perfect for relaxation with a view that includes a Renaissance fountain and 15th century Old Town Hall. Then, explore St Martin's Cathedral, Bratislava's largest church from the 14th century. This is also where coronations took place. Take a sightseeing tour of Grassalkovich Palace, the residence of the President of Slovakia; the unique Bratislava Castle that resembles an upturned table atop a hill, and Devin Castle that is located on the border of two countries and two rivers.

Day 7 BRATISLAVA – BUDAPEST
Breakfast
This morning, explore Budapest, the administrative, business and cultural centre of Hungary. The Castle District is the premier destination for visitors and contains some of Budapest's most important monuments and museums. The main sights of the twin cities of Buda and Pest include Heroes’ Square, a magnificent reminder of Hungary’s influence in the celebrated Austro-Hungarian Empire, Fisherman’s Bastion and Gellert Hill, all of which offer panoramic views of the city. Afterwards, you can spend your time at leisure or take a stroll along Danube River, which pulses through the heart of Central and Eastern Europe.

Day 8 BUDAPEST – SINGAPORE
BUDAPEST – SINGAPORE
If time permits, of course there is always last-minute shopping before bidding “Viszontlatasra” to Hungary as you transfer to the airport for your flight home.

Day 9 ARRIVE IN SINGAPORE
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​REMARKS
  • If a place of visit is closed to visitors, it will be replaced with an alternative.
  • During major events, accommodation may not be in the city mentioned.
  • Sequence of itinerary is subject to change without prior notice.