Vienna to Budapest tour

Taking in three capital cities, you'll get a taste of the 'Grand Tour' days traveling on characterful trains, visiting summer palaces and exploring the great outdoors.
Vienna Cesky Krumlov Prague Family homestay Teplice National Park Auschwitz memorial Krakow Tatra Mountains walking Budapest
Price
US $2785US $2089ToUS $3010excluding flights
Duration
15 Days
Countries
Austria, Czechia (Czech Republic), Hungary, Poland, Slovakia
Type
Small group
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Single supplement $705.
Offers
Up to US $690 off selected dates.
Late availability on these dates: 22 Jan, 12 Feb, 05 Mar
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Description of Vienna to Budapest tour

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Price information

US $2785US $2089ToUS $3010excluding flights
Single supplement $705.
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Vacation information

Our top tip:
Pack light and use a pack which is easy to carry and store on public trains and buses.
Trip type:
Small group, max 12. Min age 15.
Activity level:
Moderate.
Accomm:
Hotel 8 nights, pension 3 nights, private apartment 3 nights. Some have shared facilities.
Solo:
Solos welcome; no supplement if prepared to share.
Included:
Transport, listed activities, all accomodation, guide.
Meals:
10 breakfasts. Budget around €450 for extra meals.

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1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your vacation?


The most memorable for me was waking through the sandstone canyons in the Teplice National Park.

2. What tips would you give other travelers booking this vacation?


Make sure that your leader explains carefully what is meant by "sharing an apartment" in Prague.

3. Did you feel that your vacation benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?


No.

4. Finally, how would you rate your vacation overall?


Good.

Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.

Planet

We are committed to a style of travel that is environmentally, culturally and socially responsible. With your participation we aim to travel in a way that conserves the areas we visit and bring positive benefits to local communities while minimising any negative impacts.

Your group leader and the local guides we use along the way will help to break down barriers in your interactions with local people. Local Guides are highly recommended on any trip as they are the experts who can share a passion and knowledge for their homes like no else can. Throughout the trip you will have several opportunities to use the services of these local guides in places such as Cesky Krumlov and Budapest which will add to the whole experience of discovering Central and Eastern Europe.

In Cesky Krumlov you will be staying at a locally run pension that is full of charm and friendly service. The locals of Cesky Krumlov who own and run these pensions are very grateful for our business as they have had to compete with big groups coming into town the last few years who stay at bigger hotels.

Also in Prague you will be staying in private apartments in a local neighbourhood which is central to the old town square. This is your chance to live like the locals and experience a different style of accommodation. The apartments are privately run and owned which helps support the local businesses instead of giving money to internationally owned hotels.

People

Your group leader and the local guides we use along the way will help to break down barriers in your interactions with local people. Local Guides are highly recommended on any trip as they are the experts who can share a passion and knowledge for their homes like no else can. Throughout the trip you will have several opportunities to use the services of these local guides in places such as Cesky Krumlov and Budapest which will add to the whole experience of discovering Central and Eastern Europe.

In Cesky Krumlov you will be staying at a locally run pension that is full of charm and friendly service. The locals of Cesky Krumlov who own and run these pensions are very grateful for our business as they have had to compete with big groups coming into town the last few years who stay at bigger hotels.

Also in Prague you will be staying in private apartments in a local neighbourhood which is central to the old town square. This is your chance to live like the locals and experience a different style of accommodation. The apartments are privately run and owned which helps support the local businesses instead of giving money to internationally owned hotels.

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