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 Durations : 8 Night / 9 Days
The rediscovered jewels of imperial Europe are the focus of this popular vacation which includes cities like Munich, Prague, Vienna, Budapest and Salzburg. In Prague, see the tolling of the Astronomical Clock when a medieval figure of death emerges to pull the bell cord. Operating for over six centuries, this is a highlight of any trip to Prague. Also, enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of Vienna or sit in a cafe with a piece of scrumptious Sachertorte while listening to a legendary waltz or explore the inside of St. Stephens Cathedral with its Romanesque and Gothic architecture. Even more fabulous architecture awaits in Budapest, mainly the Paris of the East where you'll see the 11th-century Matthias Coronation Church, which has witnessed coronations and royal weddings. Interesting, isn't it? Book this holiday package today!
 
 Tour Itinerary
Day 1:
Arrival In Munich Area, Germany
Check into your hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure. Tonight, meet your tour director and fellow travellers.
Meals: Not Applicable
Day 2:
Munich Area - Prague, Czech Republic
This morning, drive on the Autobahn directly to Nuremberg for a visit. Next, to the east, across the border into the Czech Republic, arrive in Prague in the evening.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 3:
Prague
Go on an included guided sightseeing tour featuring landmarks such as the the Jewish Quarter, Wenceslas Square, Charles Bridge and the Old Town Square with the Astronomical Clock.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 4:
Prague - Vienna, Austria
This morning, drive from Bohemia into Moravia and continue southeast for a few more miles before crossing into Austria. Arrive in Vienna to enjoy an afternoon of optional sightseeing. Start with a tour featuring the State Opera, Parliament, and the Town Hall. Stop for a stroll in Heroes Square to view the Hofburg. Finally, an inside visit of St. Stephen's Cathedral. Reserve some energy for an exciting optional evening excursion.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 5:
Vienna - Budapest, Hungary
This morning, see some unexplored corner of this intriguing capital or maybe just go for some shopping down the Kamtnerstrasse. In the afternoon, head for the Hungarian border and by way of Gyor, reach Budapest and stay overnight.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 6:
Budapest
Buda Castle dominates the twin cities of Buda and Pest, separated by the broad ribbon of the Danube. Heroes Square typifies the modern capital, while along the river bank you find the old inns and wine cellars. Included sightseeing takes in the Parliament building, Margaret Island, Fishermen's Bastion, the Royal Castle, and Matthias Coronation Church.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 7:
Budapest - Salzburg, Austria
By mid-morning depart from Budapest and travel westwards across the border into Austria to enjoy more Alpine scenery before heading towards the Danube. Finally, stay overnight at Salzburg.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 8:
Salzbrug - Munich Area, Germany
Spend the morning at leisure in Salzburg or join the optional Sound of Music excursion. A comfortable and relatively short drive past Lake Chiemsee to the Munich area for an overnight stay.
Meals: Breakfast
Day 9:
Munich Area
The vacation concludes with breakfast this morning.
Meals: Breakfast
 
 Package Price
Rs. 86,896/- *
USD 1,768.00/- *
EUR 1,331.58/- *
GBP 1,112.06/- *
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 Destination
MUNICH
Munich is the Capital of the state of Bavaria and lies near the foot of the German Alps. It is Germany's second most popular destination after Berlin, and has something to offer to everyone, be it culture, parks and greenery, night-life, architecture, beer gardens, shopping, or skiing and sailing close by. Munich claims to be the secret capital of Germany. The city is recognised for its high living standards, with the most millionaires per capita after Hamburg, and for an haute couture that rivals Paris and Milan. Ruled by Folklore and age-old traditions, its museums include world-class collections of artistic masterpieces, and boasts of a scintillating music and cultural scene.

Renowned for Oktoberfest, Bavarian beer, and plentiful beer gardens, the transport system, shopping, nightlife and entertainment options here will not fail to impress you.
 
PRAGUE
The capital city of the Czech Republic, Prague is variously referred to as The Mother of Cities, The City of a Hundred Spires and The Golden City. One of the most popular tourist destinations of Europe and the world, Prague draws historians, art and culture lovers, and vacationers from across the globe in large numbers. Set on the banks of Vltava River, the city has been the cultural, political and economic hub of the Czech state for over 1100 years. Even today, the historic city boasts of numerous ancient monuments, providing a fine glimpse of the bygone era. In fact, the UNESCO has designated the Historic Centre of Prague as a World Heritage Site in 1992. On the other hand, Guinness World Records has considered Prague Castle as the largest ancient castle in the world.

While visiting the city, you can see one of the world's most amazing and extensive collections of architecture like Art Nouveau, Baroque, Renaissance, Cubist, Neo Classical, Gothic and ultra-modern. Visit the popular attractions of the city, namely the Astronomical Clock, Old Town, New Town, Charles Bridge, Old New Synagogue and St. Vitus Cathedral. You may visit the noted cultural institutions of the city, hosting cultural events at frequent intervals, which include National Museum, National Theatre, Estate Theatre, Rudolfinum, State Opera, National Library and National Gallery. Walking along the Sarecke and Prokopske Valleys, cycling along the Vltava River or the city forest, and horse riding are some of the leisure activities you can undertake in Prague. For shoppers, the city offers plenty of options, ranging from wonderful art and crafts, eatables to clothes.
 
VIENNA
Summer or Winter, the city is eventful and happening for that is its very nature! From relishing its baked products like cakes and cheeses to enjoying its local fare, which includes schnitzels, Maroni and Langos; from revelling in the glory of palaces like Schonbrunn and traversing the Ringstrasse in a tram; and from shopping at Kärntnerstrasse to walking around many a Christmas market, the city has to offer, Vienna will steal your heart and will have you extending your vacation plans before you know it.

Food
Vienna will make you go crazy for its baked products and many other local preparations, which are versions of culinary delights picked up from other European nations. For example, the Schnitzel, which is a tenderised veal cutlet, dipped in a mixture of beaten egg, flour, and bread crumbs and fried medium. Don't leave Vienna without enjoying a platter. Then there is the Maroni, hot roasted chestnuts with potato wedges, which you'll find at many a wayside eatery. Also try the Langos (pronounced: Langosh). And while you're there, we also recommend a mug of Weihnachtspunsch, which is a steaming combination of spices, tea, sugar, and liquor.

Shopping
All your Viennese shopping fantasies will come to fruition at the streets of Kärntnerstrasse - at the city centre - and Mariahilfestrasse - a little ahead from the city centre. Other than these streets, there are the Christmas markets, open mostly from mid-November till Christmas Eve. The one open in front of the Schonbrunn Palace offers better quality products - especially food and candles, and is a great place to catch up with Christmas festivities true to Vienna's nature and style.

Other than these markets, like any big European city, Vienna offers a variety of marketplaces to shop at.

Places to See
Schonbrunn Palace is a must-visit. In addition to the beautiful paintings, furniture, and objets d'art scattered around the palace, which you might overlook, there is a lot more to the Palace complex, including expansive verdant gardens, museums, the incredible Gloriette, and even a zoo. And if you're here during Christmas time, you'll have more reasons to enjoy at the Schonbrunn Christmas market.

While your eyes rove about 360° outside of Schonbrunn Palace, there are bound to get fixated on a beautiful structure blocking your view of the horizon. It's called the Gloriette. Once you see it, you will be awe struck.

There are two ways to approach the 6.5 kilometre long Ringstrasse, which holds some of the most breathtaking architectural sights Vienna has to offer - a ride around it on a tram, or a bus. You can also walk the distance on foot. It's the only way to do justice to this beautiful Ring, including architectural sights such as the Parliament building, Rathaus, Burgtheater, the Neue Burg, the State Opera, and many museums and cultural centres. Also visit the Academy of Music and Art, located right on the Ringstrsse

Entertainment
A city like Vienna, with such amazing cultural conundrum, cannot help but be eventful all year round. It's in the nature of Vienna to be like that. It's overloaded with theatres, opera houses, musical performances from jazz, rock, and Indie, and even has its very own jazz festival. However, winter visitors can miss a lot by not extending their holiday plans till Christmas. The Christmas markets, the celebrations, candle-lit evenings, and local food & drinks - being in the city during this time can be an enlightening experience.

Main languages: German, Austrian, Austro-Bavarian

What to Pack: For winters, warm clothes (including a pullover, a jacket, and a wind-cheater), a mild sunblock, a cold cream, a light pair of shoes (for you'd love to discover this city on foot), and an umbrella are necessary. For summers, shorts, T-shirts, and a comfortable pair of floaters will be just fine.

When to Go: Neither too cold, nor to hot, the climate in Vienna stays pleasant most of the year except in winters when it snows, and summers (July and august) when the city gets a bit sultry. However, there is no 'best time to visit' Vienna. The cultural conundrum that Vienna is, there are all kinds of events going on all through the year. It really depends upon you what you want to catalogue and what you want to give a pass.

Local Transport: The public transportation system in Vienna is efficient, safe, and inexpensive. A common ticketing system enables people to use a host of facilities like buses, trams, trains and metro lines to reach anywhere, very quickly. The city centre, which is home to number of attractions, is best explored on foot.

 
BUDAPEST
The capital city of Hungary and one of the most beautiful cities of Europe, Budapest serves as the cultural, commercial, industrial, political, and transportation centre of the country. Budapest is dotted with lush green parks, charming hills, exotic art and culture centres and well-maintained museums, and in addition to these, the city has several sightseeing places, fine eating joints, dazzling shopping centres and pulsating nightlife hubs. The city is divided by the River Danube, and the opposite banks are known as Buda and Pest. Most of the city's attractions are concentrated on the Buda side, and in downtown of Pest, as well as on Castle Hill and along the River Danube banks. The Royal Palace, National Gallery, Fisherman's Bastion, Matthias Church, Parliament Building, St. Stephen Cathedral, Great Synagogue, Jewish Museum, Heroes' Square, State Opera House, House of Terror, Museum of Fine Arts, Chain Bridge, Margaret Bridge and Elizabeth Bridge, are the popular sights on Castle Hill and downtown of Pest. While, Buda side houses tourist attractions like Aquincum, Gul Baba Turbeje, Kassak Museum, Kiscelli Museum, Statue Park, Victor Vasarely Museum, Kodaly Museum and Liszt Museum.

Visit the World Heritage Sites sprawling across the city, namely Buda Castle Quarter, Andrassy Avenue, Millennium Underground Railway and the banks of the River Danube. You can approach many of Budapest's sights on foot, as the city has well-defined pedestrian zone. Margaret Island and its huge parks is a wonderful place to relax and wander during afternoon. Boating on Danube River, especially at night is a perfect way to enjoy the splendid views of the city. For shopping, Budapest offers plenty of shopping centres, famous among them is Great Market Hall in Pest area. You can buy Hungarian linens and lace, pottery, chocolates and other things. Also savour the local delicacies of the city, such as paprikas, gulyas, halaszle, stuffed cabbage, pastries and porkoit.

 
SALZBURG
Famous for its baroque architecture, Salzburg is one of the largest cities in Austria, and is located on the northern boundary of the Alps, by the banks of the Salzach River. It has mountains to the south, and rolling green plains to the north. It is also the birthplace of the musical genius, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The Aldstadt, or Old Town, is where the best of the city can be observed, with narrow winding cobblestone lanes in between magnificent mansions and other baroque edifices. This is also the city where the famous movie, The Sound of Music, was shot. The Hohensalzburg Fortress looms over the city atop a mountain, and climbing its walls is a truly delightful experience, rewarding you with a view of the city with the river winding through and the Alps beyond.

Other places to see include: Schloss Hellbrunn, an erstwhile summer palace with lots of fountains and pretty gardens; Steintheater (Stone Theatre), where the first opera in Middle Europe was conducted; Mozart's birth house, which is now a popular museum devoted to Mozart and his family; and Schloss Mirabell, a beautiful castle. Also visit the Salzburg Zoo, and one of the many museums, such as the Toy Museum, Museum of Natural History, and the Salzburg Museum of Modern Art

 
 Package Inclusion
  • Return economy-class airfare
  • Current applicable taxes
  • Accommodation for 1 night in Munich
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Prague
  • Accommodation for 1 night in Vienna
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Budapest
  • Accommodation for 1 night in Salzburg
  • Accommodation for 1 night in Munich
  • Daily breakfast
  • City tour of Munich, Prague, Vienna, Budapest & Salzburg
  • Visit to Nuremberg, Vienna & Salzburg
  • Scenic highlights: Danube river scenic drive
  • Travel insurance
 
 Terms and Conditions
  • The third person sharing the room is provided with an additional mattress or a roll away bed in all places
  • Maximum of 3 persons allowed in a room
  • The applicable Rate of Exchange for initial payment/ booking amount shall be determined by the prevailing rate on the date/day of booking and balance payment will be charged as per the prevailing rates on that particular day
  • The taxes and visa charges mentioned are as on date and in the event of any changes may be amended
  • Any further increase in the air fare due to an increase in the fuel Price, change in Government regulations, taxes, etc., charged by the airline will be borne by the passengers. Make My Trip will not be responsible for the same
  • Any increase in the rate of exchange leading to increase in surface transportation and land arrangements which may come into effect prior to departure
  • The package does not include any expenses of personal nature such as laundry, wines, mineral water, food and drinks and other things not mentioned in our itinerary
  • Tour package rates are not applicable during trade fair period or any other events in accommodating cities
  • Pre-payment of gratuities to tour director and driver per person are USD 70, need to pay at the time of booking
  • In case of unavailability in mentioned hotels, alternate accommodation will be arranged in a similar category hotel.
 
 Remarks
  • All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons travelling at one time. Rates valid for Indian Nationals only
  • Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation.
  • Rates are based on Standard category of rooms.
  • Rates not valid during conventions and special events.
  • In case carrier is Air Asia, package price does not include charges for checked baggage and meals.
 

Destination Information

ABOUT THE TERRITORY:
VIENNA is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Austria and one of the nine states of Austria. Vienna is Austria's primary city, with a population of about 1.723 million and is by far the largest city in Austria, as well as its cultural, economic, and political centre. It is the 10th-largest city by population in the European Union. Vienna is host to many major international organizations, such as the United Nations and OPEC.

Vienna lies in the east of Austria and is close to the borders of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary. These regions work together in a European Centrope border region. Along with nearby Bratislava, Vienna forms a metropolitan region with 3 million inhabitants, and this region is referred to as Twin City.

Vienna is often said to be "The City of Dreams" because it was home to one of the world's greatest interpreters of dreams.

Vienna has its roots in early Celtic and Roman settlements that transformed into a Medieval and Baroque city, the capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The city is well known for playing an essential role as a leading European Music Centre, from the great age of Viennese Classicism through the early part of the 20th century. The Historic centre of Vienna is rich in architectural ensembles, including Baroque castles and gardens, as well as the late-19th-century Ringstrasse lined with grand buildings, monuments and parks.

Because of its wealth of cultural and recreational facilities—including historical sites and winter and summer resorts in the spectacular mountains - Austria has a large tourism industry, which acts as a major earner of foreign exchange. More than 8 percent of Austrians are employed in the tourism industry. Tourism is based on the services of traditional agriculture in the Alpine region of Austria, where tourists appreciate the cultural landscape safeguarded by farmers.

RELIGION:
Roman Catholics constitute 78 percent of the Austrian population; a further 5 percent are Protestant, and most of them belong to the Augsburg confession. About 4.5 percent of the population belongs to various other religious groups, while another 9 percent are nondenominational, and the remaining 3.5 percent of the people do not belong to any religion. Every young person over the age of 14 can freely choose his or her religion according to Austrian law. Religious education in Austrian schools is not restricted to the Roman Catholic confession, but most schools are Roman Catholic.

CULTURE:
Vienna, a city of full of life and history, has cultivated itself through many eras and embodies the very definition of culture: the tending of natural growth. Apart from Vienna’s rich history, the 20th Century alone offers enough ‘culture’ to fill an entire textbook with intricate descriptions. Starting with Freud’s Vienna, which was largely preoccupied with death and dark, unconscious drives, switching to Art Nouveau or the paintings of Gustav Klimt, going through the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein and logical positivism, and finally culminating in Nobel Prize-winning Viennese Elfriede Jelinek, the city offers an abundance of history and inspiration, which only justifies Terry Eagleton’s claim that culture is “one of the two or three most complex words in the English language.”

This cosmopolitan centre, which incorporates Eastern European, Oriental and Western modes of thinking, has been a melting pot for cultural identities throughout the centuries. Thus, the Viennese represent a peculiar blend of many nationalities and cultural belongings. Vienna started off as a Celtic settlement of the Danube, which was later occupied by the Romans, and eventually evolving into the powerful Austro-Hungarian Empire in more recent times. Being defined by the iron fist of the Habsburg dynasty, the city has always been a vital spot for European history. Vienna has been through wars, occupations, it has been the victor of many battles, and in more recent history, has switched from a monarchy to a republic.

CLIMATE:
The climate in Austria is widely continental with the Eastern edge of the country stretching into the Pannonian climate zone. It is typical for Central Europe with cold winters (going down to minus 20 degrees Celsius during the night) and hot and sunny summers (going up to 35 degrees Celsius during some days in August). For Americans: this means that winter lows and summer highs range from about 0 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. The coldest months are January and February, the hottest July and August.
The North of the country has a typical continental climate. Because clouds from Germany often get "stuck" in the airflow around the Alps, rain is more common North of the mountains in Salzburg, Upper Austria and the West of Lower Austria. Salzburg is famous for its "Schnürlregen" ("rain in strings"), steady and continuous rain that can go on for days and days.
The region of the eastern parts of Lower Austria, Vienna and the Burgenland are influenced by the weather of southern Russia and Eastern Europe. This "Panonnian" climate is considerably milder than the one in the mountains or Upper Austria and makes great weather for raising wine. This applies also to the fourth region, the area south of the Alps in Eastern Carinthia and Styria, where the weather is mild and the summers are pleasant - influenced by Mediterranean climate systems.

Best time for Traveling in Austria
The question of when to go depends on what you want to do, really. Skiing is recommended from between Christmas and New Year′s Eve (this is also the time at which many Austrians join the tourists on the slopes), as well as from late January to late March. This is the main season, when prices and ski traffic are high.
The low season runs in good years from as early as early November until Christmas, the early weeks of January and from late March until end of April. Especially during low season you can possibly encounter snow-less mountains in warm years, so if you are a last minute person, it’s worth checking the snow situation before heading off.
The warm and pleasant summer month’s range from May to September with the summer peak in July and August. You can get warm and sunny days in April and October, as well as miserably cold and rainy ones during the summer, but there′s always an element of risk with the weather in Austria. My personal recommendation for sightseeing and outdoors things (hiking, national parks, sports) would be the months May and September - relatively few tourists, low airfares and other prices, and the weather is already or still pleasant.
Whatever you do, dress in layers. Goretex jackets with removable fleece are very popular among Austrians, and there′s a reason for that. Jackets of this kind will also prove to be useful when it comes to hiking: alpine terrain can be chilly even during the hottest summer days.

LANGUAGE:
The Languages of Austria includes German, the official language and lingua franca, Austro-Bavarian, the main language outside Vorarlberg, Alemannic, the main language in Vorarlberg, and several minority languages.
German is the national official language and constitutes a lingua franca and de facto second language: most Austrians other than (mostly rural) seniors are able to speak it. It is the language used in media, in schools, and formal announcements. The variety of German used, Austrian German is partially influenced by Austro-Bavarian and uses many "Germanized" words and expressions deriving from it.

CUISINE OF VIENNA:
Vienna boasts one of the world's most famous culinary traditions. A diverse yet delectably harmonious range of dishes reflects the city's mix of nationalities and food cultures through the centuries, and inspires visitors from all over the globe. Below you will find recipes for some of the most famous Viennese specialties. Why not try out a few for yourself? And, maybe you will soon be eating the originals at a traditional inn or cosy coffee house in Vienna!
Austrian cuisine is a style of cuisine native to Austria and composed of influences from throughout the former Austro-Hungarian Empire. Regional influences from Italy, Hungary, Germany and the Balkans have had an effect on Austrian cooking, and in turn this fusion of styles was influential throughout the Empire.
Austrian cuisine is most often associated with Viennese cuisine, but there are significant regional variations.
The traditional Viennese fast food is sausage in all shapes and sizes. You can buy hot sausages and hot dogs at snack bars called "Würstlstand" all over the town. The famous Wiener Würstel is known as "Frankfurter" in Vienna, but many inhabitants prefer Bosna (with onions and curry), Burenwurst, and Käsekrainer or "Eitrige" (with melted cheese inside).
. In addition to this, the local snack culture also includes more Yugoslavian and Turkish varieties of fast food, such as the Döner Kebap, sandwiches of Greek and Turkish origin with roasted meat, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and yogurt and/or hot sauce. Places that sell kebap often sell take-away slices of pizza too

TOUR ATTRACTIONS:
Vienna stands out among other European tourist destinations for being a "new old city", a city in transition from an older "picture city" like Florence and Venice to being a global city like Paris and London. For six consecutive years, 2003–2008, tourism industry was on the rise, but in 2009 the global financial crisis caused a sharp decline, especially in long-distance tourism from Asia and North America. The new museums of modern art retained or even increased their attendance, but museums of classical art lost more than a third of their former ticket sales. According to preliminary data for the first half of 2010, Vienna is already past the bottom of the crisis and visitor numbers are rising again. Some attractions are following below from VIENNA:

  • ANCHOR CLOCK
  • BELVEDERE PALACE
  • BURQTHEATER
  • DANUBE TOWER & DANUBE ISLAND
  • HAAS HOUSE
  • HOFBURG etc places are located here.
Some more places located at PARAGUE as follows:
  • CASTLE TRIP
  • KARLOVY VARY TRIP
  • RIGHT RIVER BANK TOUR
  • PARAGUE CASTLE
  • OLD TOWN etc also located here.
Else where more attractive locations are situated over here as travelers can notice as such.

CONCLUSION:
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Cost and Dates

Package Type: Price Per Person on Twin Sharing
Rs. 86,896/- *
USD 1,768.00/- *
EUR 1,331.58/- *
GBP 1,112.06/- *
Validity: Till 30 September
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