The Bohemian Dream vacation is the ideal occasion to explore eastern Europe’s most fascinating cities and
towns. Start in Budapest, Eastern Europe’s most cosmopolitan city. Stop in Esztergom, the former capital
of Hungary. Stay overnight in Bratislava and before reaching Vienna, enjoy a boat cruise on Europe’s
largest underground lake. Finally, arrive in Prague where an exclusive visit to the magnificent Library
of Strahov Monastery has been included during your sightseeing tour. A farewell dinner with wine will be
the perfect way to end this enchanting vacation.
Welcome to Budapest! At 6 p.m. you will head to a local restaurant to sip on some wine and meet your tour
director and traveling companions.
Today your local guide will take you through Budapest. You will see Andrassy Avenue, the Thermal Baths, and
the world’s second largest synagogue. You will have the opportunity to spend your afternoon at leisure, and
if you choose, a delectable Hungarian specialty dinner can be arranged.
You will begin the day in Esztergom, Hungary’s capital from the 10th through the mid-13th centuries and the
seat of the Roman Catholic Church in Hungary today. Your guided tour features a visit to the Esztergom
Basilica and Treasury, the largest church in Hungary. Next you will head to Bratislava, the capital of
Put on your walking shoes! This morning you will take a walking tour through the medieval town of Bratislava
with your local guide. Marvel at the towers, fortifications, gothic churches and palaces. Cross the nearby
Austrian border and before reaching Vienna, enjoy a boat cruise on Europe’s largest underground lake.
Your guided sightseeing tour features a stop at the colorful and unusual Hundertwasserhaus. Admire the
impressive courtyards and famous Heldenplatz; visit the magnificent St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Balance the
remaining of your day with leisure time. Optional excursions to historical Schönbrunn Palace or one of
Vienna’s famous concert halls are available.
Today you will visit the small town in southern Bohemia called Ceský Krumlov. This town has been listed as
an UNESCO World Heritage Site mainly for its gothic, renaissance and baroque architecture dating through
the 13th to 17th centuries.
Upon arrival in Ceský Krumlov, enjoy local specialties at a family-owned restaurant, U Dwau Maryl.
Afterwards, visit the 13th-century castle and learn about its history.
After breakfast, you will follow your guide on a walking tour through the cobblestone streets to Jan Žižka
Square. Your journey will continue to Prague the capital of the Czech Republic.
Your morning will begin with guided tours of the 1,000-year-old Hradcany Castle grounds, St. Vitus
Cathedral, the Old Town, the Jewish ghetto and the Astronomical Clock. A unique visit to the Library of
Strahov Monastery is included in your tour today. This evening, enjoy a farewell dinner with wine at one
of Prague’s fine restaurants.
Your vacation ends this morning, but on the bright side, you will have a delicious breakfast before you