The heart of Eastern Europe with a tour that seamlessly weaves together the rich histories and vibrant cultures of Germany, the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia, and Hungary. Begin your adventure in Germany, where modern cities coexist with ancient castles, before venturing into the enchanting streets of Prague, where Gothic architecture and a bohemian atmosphere await.
Crossing into Austria, explore Vienna's imperial palaces and classical music heritage, then delve into the charming city of Bratislava in Slovakia, where medieval charm meets contemporary flair. Your journey continues to Hungary, where Budapest's thermal baths, historic landmarks, and lively markets showcase the country's unique character.
This tour offers a perfect blend of medieval wonders, scenic landscapes, and vibrant urban life, providing an unforgettable experience of Eastern Europe's diverse and captivating allure.
- Guided city Tour
- Terror Museum
- Berling Wall
- Dresden Orientation tour
Czech Republic - Prague:
- Guided City Tour
- Entrance to Prague Castle
- Free time in Praguer
Austria - Salzburg:
- Guided City Toura
Austria - Hallein:
- Visit Salzwelten Hallein
Austria - Vienna:
- Guided City Tour
- Visit the Schönbrunn Palace and Gardens
- Free time Karntner Strasse
Slovakia - Bratislava:
- Orientation Tour
- Free Budapest time Karntner Strasse,
- Danube River Cruise
- Guided City Tour
- Hungarian Horsemanship Show
- Free time at Budapest Central Market Hall
- Free time at Vaci StreetD
- Orientation Tour
- Flight: (Airways Air India, Oman, Qatar Vistara, or similar)
- Accommodation mentioned above: 4stars hotels
- 9 Lunches (Indian Veg / Non-Veg / Fast Food) and 10 Dinners (Indian Veg / Non-Veg)
- Sightseeing as per the above itinerary with entry tickets
- All transfers & Sightseeing on Private basis as per given Itinerary with Telugu/Tamil/English Speaking Tour Dott Holiday's professional tour Manager
- Schengen Visa Charges
- Travel Insurance (50,000$ coverage for 30 Days) for 60 years and below Economy Airfare
Any Increase in Airfare & Euro Exchange Rate (1 Euro = Rs. 91)
Others not mentioned in Inclusions.
Tips to Driver (Rs.5,000/- per person payable in India before starting of the Tour)
Mandatory 5% GST & 5% TCS on total tour cost payable to Government of India.
Any kind of Personal expenditure
Portage charges etc
The above price is based on a group travelling together.
The above price is not valid for travel during the black-out period, trade fair period, or special events.
EUC Driving Regulation/Law for Drivers: Working Hours: Maximum 11 hours per day. Driving Hours: maximum 9 hours per day. (Every 4 hours and a half, you must rest for 45 minutes.) Everyday sleeping period: a minimum of 11 hours before starting another day.
There is no refund for any non-utilization of any services.
All clients should have overseas travel insurance for the entire duration of their holiday. Please check the details with our travel consultant.
Should the period of travel, the number of participants, the type of accommodation, the type of transport, or the duration of the trip change, the quote will be revised accordingly.
Requests for early hotel check-in or late check-out are at the discretion of the hotel unless pre-booked and prepaid in advance.
All payments can be made strictly by check, demand draft, or direct bank transfer in favour of DOTT HOLIDAY PVTLIMITED'.
Arrival in Berlin [D]
Welcome to your ‘Dott Holiday's - Eastern Europe’ tour. Your Dott Holiday's representative will greet you at the ‘designated meeting point’ at the exit. After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel (Check-In after 1600 Hours). Overnight in Berlin. After checking into the hotel and resting for a bit we head out for dinner at an amazing Indian restaurant and head back to the hotel for a good night’s sleep.
Guided tour of Berlin • Berlin Wall • Visit Alexander Platz • Terror Museum [B/L/D]
Today, after breakfast, we proceed for a guided city tour of Berlin: See the famous Berlin Wall, the Reichstag, visit the Alexander Platz, where you will see the World Time Clock. Next, we visit the Topography of Terror, an indoor and open-air museum where between 1933 and 1945 the principal instruments of Nazi persecution and terror were located. Dinner at an amazing Indian restaurant and head back to the hotel for a good night’s sleep.
Guided tour of Dresden • Drive to Prague [B/L/D]
Today, after breakfast, check out hotel, we drive to Dresden for a guided city tour. Next, we drive to Prague - the city of hundred spires, built at the meandering Vltava River. On reaching visit the Old Town Square, take a photo stop at the Astronomical Clock. The oldest Functional Astronomical clock in the world. Later, we take a walk over the most visited Charles Bridge. Dinner at an amazing Indian restaurant and head back to the hotel for a good night’s sleep.
Prague • Guided City Tour of Prague • Visit Prague Castle [B/L/D]
Today, enjoy a guided city tour of Prague. Commence your exploration of this city with the imposing Prague Castle. Admire the grandeur of this Royal Castle. You will also be impressed by the elegance of the gothic St. Vitus Cathedral. Next, visit the Royal Palace that used to be the seat of the Bohemian princes. After your visit to Prague Castle and continue to the Old town where you finish the seeing the famous sights. Then, indulge in some shopping. Check out the Bohemian Crystal, which is world famous. We then proceed to dinner at a top-rated Indian restaurant and head back to our hotel.
Onto Salzburg • Guided City Tour of Salzburg [B/L/D]
Today after early breakfast, depart for Salzburg - an Austrian city on the German border, with views of the Eastern Alps. It’s known as the birthplace of Mozart and setting for the film “The Sound of Music.” The city is divided by the Salzach River, with medieval and baroque buildings of the pedestrian Altstadt (Old City) on its left bank, and 19th-century Neustadt (New City) on the right. On arrival, enjoy guided city tour Of Salzburg. Salzburg is not only the home of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the setting of the film, the Sound of Music, but it is also a cultural hub of Austria. In this tour we will visit the Splendid Mirabell Gardens, Built by prince-archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau in 1606 as a token of his love for Salome Alt and the same time we see other sightseeings in Salzburg. Next we proceed for dinner at an Indian restaurant and then check in at our hotel in Salzburg or similar.
Onto Vienna • Visit Salzwelten Hallein [B/L/D]
Today after breakfast, we check out and proceed to Salzwelten Hallein. Fun, fascination and mystical moments await visitors to the salt mine in Hallein. In addition to intriguing information about the arduous work done by miners in the past, visitors, big and small, will explore in the footsteps of the Ancient Celts, who were already mining salt here back in 400 BC. Next we drive to Vienna, Austria’s capital is famous for its cultural events, imperial sights, coffee houses, cosy wine taverns, and the very special Viennese charm. On arrival proceed for dinner at an Indian restaurant and then check in at our hotel in Vienna.
In Vienna • Guided City Tour • Visit Schonbrunn Palace and Gardens [B/L/D]
After breakfast today, we embark on our guided city tour of Vienna. Boasting of great Baroque architectural masterpieces (opulent streetscapes and extravagant palaces), the city is a hub of cultural treasures that are both, awe-inspiring and overwhelming at the same time. We take in this structural beauty of the town as our guided tour take us past the Opera House, the Rathaus (or the Town Hall), St. Stephen’s Church, Hofburg Palace, Belvedere Palace and a few others. The brightest shining gem in the long list of historical monuments the city houses is the Schonbrunn Palace and gardens. Apart from the majestic Baroque Palace, the Schonbrunn complex is also home to a few other buildings and an extensive garden. With aesthetic excellence overflowing from every corner of this gigantic complex, it is apparent why the palace deserves its spot on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site. After this rich historic trip, we head to a restaurant to feast on a yummy lunch. To end our Vienna tour on a lighter note, we take some free time at the Karntner Strasse taking in the feel of the city and also indulging in some splurge and bagging a few souvenirs too. We then proceed to a restaurant for dinner before heading back to our hotel.
Onto Budapest •City Tour of Bratislava • Danube River Cruise – Budapest [B/L/D]
Today, after breakfast, we check out and head out to a nation that’s known as much for its dramatic natural landscape as it is for its historic castles… Slovakia. Naturally then, our drive is going to be quite a scenic one. And what better way to get an essence of this nation than a orientation tour of its capital, Bratislava, the city that’s strategically positioned between vineyard-cloaked mountains on one side and the green watered Danube River on the other. After enjoying the city’s scenic backdrops, we begin our orientation tour of Bratislava that takes us past some of the most sought-after attractions of the town such as the Bratislava Castle, the Town Square, the Most Slovenského národného povstanie (or the UFO Bridge) and many others. We then continue driving along the picturesque stretches of Slovakia to reach our next destination, the Hungarian capital, Budapest. Once here, we waste no time and embark on a water voyage cruising on the Danube River getting a surrealistic picture of this beautiful and architecturally harmonious town. We then proceed to an Indian restaurant for dinner before checking in to our hotel.
In Budapest • City Tour • Visit Hungarian Horsemanship Show • Central Market Hall [B/L/D]
Simply put Budapest is a converging point where several artistic styles merge together to give one architectural masterpiece of a city. From Gothic to Neo-Gothic to Renaissance to Baroque, the city boasts of an interesting mix of them all. But what makes this vibrant and colourful city so much more appealing is the fact that despite this eclecticism, the dome and the spire-laced skyline of the town appears to be in complete harmony. And our schedule for today comprises exploring this utterly gorgeous town. Post breakfast, we embark on a guided city tour of Budapest, that allows us to absorb in this harmony in eclecticity as we move past the Fisherman’s Bastion, the statue of St. Stephan on Horseback, the Old Town, the Chain Bridge, the Heroes’ Square and several other attractions. Next, we proceed to see the traditional Hungarian Horsemanship Show where we witness the acute equestrian skills of the Magyar cowboys at a vast ranch of the Great Hungarian Plain. Still recovering from the awe-inspiring stunts. We then head back to Budapest and spend some free time at Budapest's huge Central Market Hall, also known as the Great Market Hall, is the city's largest indoor market. The beautiful historic structure attracts both local shoppers and tourists. We then make our way to a restaurant for dinner before heading back to our hotel.
In Budapest • Half day tour of Szentendre • Free Time at Vaci Street [B/L/D]
Today after breakfast we head to Szentendre, a lively village where talented artists have established countless workshops and art galleries. Enjoy a half-day tour from Budapest to the picturesque artists’ village of Szentendre. Wander around the narrow streets of the Baroque Old Town, sample traditional Hungarian fried bread, and enjoy the special atmosphere of the village. Next we head back to Budapest and spend some free time strolling on the crowded and fashionable Vaci Street which is a true reflection of the town’s urban vibe. We then make our way to a restaurant for dinner before heading back to our hotel.
Fly back to India
Good times need never end! As you get ready for the airport and your flight back home, relive the high points of your ‘Dott Holiday's - Eastern Europe’ tour. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon. Transfer to Budapest Airport for flight back home.