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Trip Overview

Discover the highlights of Prague, Vienna and Budapest on this cultural holiday by rail. Marvel at the views of the Vltava River in Prague, before travelling south east across the border to Austria and admire the stunning Baroque architecture in Vienna. Explore the fascinating sights of historical Budapest or perhaps simply relax at the one of the city's thermal baths.


  • Discover the medieval old town and spectacular beauty of Prague
  • Marvel at the striking imperial architecture of Vienna
  • Relax at Budapest's thermal baths
  • Travel by high speed trains between destinations


  • 2 nights' hotel stay with breakfast in Prague
  • 2 nights' hotel stay with breakfast in Vienna
  • 2 nights' hotel stay with breakfast in Budapest
  • Standard class rail travel as specified in the itinerary
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Prices are subject to availability, based on two people sharing a standard twin or double room. Prices are subject to change. Single occupancy supplements will apply for solo travellers. Hotel and room facilities vary and may be subject to additional fees. Some hotels require payment of local city taxes on arrival. Please call for pricing. We accept all major credit and debit cards.

Arrive in Prague today and check in at your hotel for a two-night stay. After you've settled in, set out to explore the capital of the Czech Republic. Prague is known as the ‘City of a Hundred Spires' due to its steeple-woven skyline, and from a vantage point along the river or looking down from the St. Vitus Cathedral, you'll be able to see why. Indulge in some fantastic Czech cuisine this evening, and be sure to try a local beer - many say it is the finest in the world. (Overnight in Prague)

After a good night's rest and breakfast in your hotel, enjoy a full day sight-seeing in this attractive medieval city. Take a walk along Prague's centrepiece, the 14th century Charles Bridge and admire the stunning views of Prague Castle towering above the city and the Vltava River. Whilst riverside, perhaps visit the Mala Strana (the Little Quarter), home to the Baroque church of St Nicholas and the Renaissance gardens. Why not go off the tourist trail to explore the narrow cobbled streets that surround the Old Town Square and discover hidden courtyards, medieval chapels and delightful cafes. Take a stroll around the Astronomical Clock in the centre of the Old Town - it is 600 years old and quite a phenomenal sight. (Overnight in Prague) B

Enjoy breakfast in your hotel, and then follow the tracks south from Prague to Vienna on a Eurocity train. Upon arrival, check in at your hotel for a two-night stay. Perhaps spend the afternoon indulging in some delicious Sachertorte or head to the Gothic St Stephen's Cathedral, one of the city's most famous landmarks. (Overnight in Vienna) B

After breakfast this morning, spend the day exploring beautiful Vienna. Much of Viennese cultural life can be found in the Museumsquartier, home to an array of museums, cafes and restaurants within a former imperial stable building. Why not enjoy an operatic experience to remember at the Wiener Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera), or view the works of famous painters such as Rubens and Raphael at the Kunsthistorisches Museum (Museum of Fine Arts). Take in a performance at the Spanish Riding School - one of the oldest riding schools in the world and home to the famous Lipizzaner horses. Vienna also sits on the banks of the Danube, the perfect spot for a scenic boat cruise! And if you are interested in history, follow in the footsteps of the Habsburgs with a visit to the baroque Belvedere and Schönbrunn Palaces. (Overnight in Vienna) B

Enjoy a morning at leisure in Vienna, then continue your journey southeast on the high-speed route, crossing the border into Hungary, arriving at your final stop - Budapest. Upon arrival, check in at your hotel for a two-night stay and set out to explore the city. Be sure to immerse yourself in Budapest's beauty by admiring the grand architecture along the banks of the Danube River, best seen from the impressive Szechenyi Chain Bridge, which connects the two halves of the city Buda and Pest. (Overnight in Budapest) B

Explore the “City of Spas” at your leisure. Why not spend a relaxing day at the Szechenyi Baths, 15 indoor and three outdoor pools are kept at a constant warm temperature to enjoy all year round. Take in the views from the Szechenyi Chain Bridge or perhaps learn about the harrowing history of the House of Terror, now a museum. Marvel at the magnificent frescoes at the Inner city Franciscan Church or maybe view the Roman remains at the Aquincum Museum. Why not explore Budapest's fascinating underground caves or perhaps take the Funicular up to the top of Castle Hill for fantastic views of the River Danube and the city. After a busy day sightseeing, treat yourself to a local beer and some fine food in the Old Town. (Overnight in Budapest) B

After breakfast this morning, check out of your hotel and continue with your travels. If you wish to extend your holiday, perhaps with an additional day in a different city, one of our Rail Consultants will be happy to assist you with the details. B


Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront

The hotel boasts 40 sq. meter guest rooms, proximity to a metro train station and a pool alongside the Danube. Enjoy wine or hearty local beer on the terrace at the Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront. Austrian dishes sourced from the river and the sea make regular appearances here.

Hilton Vienna

Combining a magnificent location in the heart of the city with great amenities and services, Hilton Vienna is the place to stay when visiting the Austrian capital. Walk to all of the main attractions with ease and reach the international airport in only 16 minutes via direct link.

Intercity Vienna

The Intercity Vienna is a contemporary hotel offering 172 bedrooms and 7 apartments. All rooms and public areas offer high-speed internet access and there is also a restaurant, a bar and an internal courtyard for al fresco dining during the summer months. The hotel is conveniently located within Vienna Westbahnhof station and guests have complimentary access to all Vienna's public transport during their stay.

Hilton Vienna Plaza

Experience a part of Vienna’s rich heritage at Hilton Vienna Plaza. With a 1920s Art Deco flair, our unique Vienna hotel offers the perfect combination of historical splendor and modern comfort. We are proudly located on the famous Ringstrasse, home to Vienna's most important sites and architectural masterpieces - the State Opera, Art History Museum, City Hall, the Burgtheater, and Vienna Stock Exchange. Heritage hotel with Art Deco, Golden Era design on the famous Ringstrasse. Decorated with 1,000 art works and Carrara marble floor in lobby.

Hotel Zeitgeist Vienna Hauptbahnhof

Situated just a stone’s throw from Vienna’s main train station, the Hotel Zeitgeist offers the perfect base for exploring the city. The hotel’s 254 rooms all boast modern decor, flat screen TVs and large windows. Guests can dine in ‘Lokal-Café-Bar Pergola’ restaurant, relax in the rooftop sauna, workout with a game of badminton or make use of the fitness suite.

NH Prague City

On the fringe of Prague’s historic centre, the NH Prague offers unparalleled views over the city. The property is set in two separate buildings, connected by a cog railway, and boasts 440 rooms complete with air conditioning, flat screen TVs and tea and coffee service. Guests can relax on the hotel’s terrace, which overlooks the whole city, or unwind in the bar after a long day of sightseeing. The NH Prague features steam bath and sauna facilities and a fitness centre, while a jogging path, tennis courts and playgrounds for the kids are just a stone’s throw away.

The Grand Mark Prague

The Grand Mark Prague is a luxury hotel situated in a residential palace dating back to the 17th century. The hotel has 75 rooms which have a combination of tradition and modern design. The hotel also has a spa, wellness centre, restaurant, and 1800 m² garden where you can relax after a busy day enjoying all Prague has to offer. The Grand Mark Prague is centrally located and is within walking distance to the Old Town Square, Charles Bridge or Wenceslas Square.

Continental Hotel Budapest

The 4-star Continental Hotel in Budapest is located in the downtown area of the city. The hotel has a restaurant, bar, indoor and outdoor pool, jacuzzi and spa. Rooms are decorated in an art deco style and feature individually controlled air conditioning, a telephone, television, minibar, safe and hairdryer.

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Prices are subject to availability, based on two people sharing a standard twin or double room. Prices are subject to change. Single occupancy supplements will apply for solo travellers. Hotel and room facilities vary and may be subject to additional fees. Some hotels require payment of local city taxes on arrival. Please call for pricing. We accept all major credit and debit cards.