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During your scenic journey you will enjoy an on board lunch accompanied by some traditional accordion music.
Your two-hour cruise starts from Cech Bridge (Cechuv most) and continues all the way to Vyšehrad, giving you a unique opportunity to admire the best Prague has to offer.
The full range of excursions will be detailed in your holiday information pack, sent approximately 15 weeks prior to departure.
Today you will have the opportunity to take a river cruise along the Vtlava river.
For some holidays we’ve grouped a selection of excursions into a package which means you can make a saving when you book in advance.
Prices shown may vary according to departure date and are subject to change.
On day 3 you will enjoy dinner at the hotel, and on day 4, you will enjoy a real Viennese evening at the Wiener Huriegen, where you will have a 3-course menu with a glass of local wine and some music.
Upon your return to Vienna on day 5 you will stop at a Schnitzelhouse so that you can try the beloved dish of Wiener Schnitzel.
Take a gentle stroll through the woodland to appreciate the charm of this area which is popular with locals and visitors alike.Budapest’s major sites reside on both sides of the river - on your tour you’ll call at the impressive Heroes’ Square, St Matthias Church and Fisherman’s Bastion, which boasts unrivalled views along the expanse of the Danube and to parliamentary buildings on the Pest side of the river.Take time in the afternoon to explore at your own pace before we head back to the hotel where you can look forward to a farewell get-together with your travelling companions.Prague is known as the ‘Golden City’, and few visitors could fail to be impressed by the immense architecture, deep sense of history and fascinating traditions that abound here.The compact centre of Prague’s old town is easily explored on foot - a walking tour will take you to all the main sights including Wenceslas Square, the main square with its famous Astronomical Clock, and the 14th century Charles Bridge, where local artists display their creations and musicians serenade onlookers.