The Austria Tour 


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Austria Tour

Embark on a captivating journey through Central Europe, commencing in Prague. Explore the historic Prague Castle, Golden Alley, and the Royal Palace, then meander through Prague Square and across the iconic Charles Bridge. Experience the enchanting hot spring town of Karlovy Vary and the UNESCO-listed Český Krumlov. Continue to discover the rich history of Salzburg, including its castle and Mozart’s birthplace. Explore the stunning Königssee, Hallstatt, and Linz. In Vienna, visit Schönbrunn Palace and Hofburg, and enjoy a concert at Vienna’s Musicverein. Continue to Budapest via Bratislava, exploring historic streets and Café New York. Finally, explore Budapest’s iconic landmarks like Matthias Church, Parliament Building, and Fisherman’s Bastion, concluding your unforgettable journey.


Day 1 - Arrive Prague

A.M.:Visit Prazsky Hrad/Prague Castle, Golden Alley(in the Novels of Famous Writer Kafka) and the famous Prague old Royal Palace. P.M. Wandering around Prague Square and Charles Bridge. Enjoy the beauty of Prague. Charles Bridge has a history of 650 years. With its long history and architectural art, it has become one of the most famous historic sites in Prague. There are 30 statues of saints on the bridge, known by Europeans as the “European Open Baroque Sculpture Museum”. Recommended destinations:Municipal Library of Prague /Terasau Prince for taking photos/Dancing House.

Recommended activity*: Czech Traditional Welcome dinner

The ethnic dinner is a wonderful experience. The dancers wear traditional costumes and sing and dance to the music of Bohemian rhythm. During the whole process, you will also enjoy the local traditional dinner. A two-hour folk custom experience is definitely an unforgettable dinner~

Day 2 - One day city tour to Karlovy Vary

Go to the hot spring town of Karlovy Vary – the whole town is full of leisure and romance. Choose a favorite hot spring cup in the shop, then go to the hot spring entrance of the hot spring corridor to get a cup of hot spring water, and then take a sip of the hot spring while starting a leisurely stroll in Karlovy Vary!

Day 3 - Prague- Krumlov- Budejovice

Go to Krumlov, a town that was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1992. The colorful roofs of the town embellish the town surrounded by the Vltava like a fairy tale. White clouds, roofs, green spaces, and rivers blend into one and make you intoxicated.

Day 4 - Budejovice- Salzburg

The Salzburg Castle is located on the Monks’ Hill in the old city of Salzburg and is a landmark building of the city. This white castle fortress has a long history. It was built in 1077 and gradually expanded by successive Archbishop. It is also one of the largest medieval castles in Europe.

Outside seeing Mirabell Palace and Mirabell Gardens. It was built by Archbishop Wolf Dietrich for his lover Salome at the time, and after Dietrich’s death, it was renamed Mirabel Palace by his successor. Now this has become the city hall of Salzburg.

Mozart’s birthplace:No. 9, Getreidegasse, is a beige 6-storey building, where Mozart, a talented musician, was born on January 27, 1756. Mozart’s father was a violinist, and their family lived on the third floor of this building from 1747 to 1773.

Recommended activity * (Self funded): [Mozart concert dinner] (three course, 7:30 pm 2.5-3h without alcoholic beverages)

The St. Petersburg restaurant, Stiftskeller, with a history of 1200 years, is the oldest restaurant in Austria and even in Europe. St. Peter’s Restaurant was once used by the Archbishop as a private wine cellar. In the magnificent Baroque Hall, a Mozart concert is held every night at 8:00 pm on time. Five musicians dressed in medieval attire and two singers performed Mozart’s classic songs.

Day 6 - Linz - Vienna

[Schönbrunn Palace]: The palace located in the southwest of Vienna, together with the luxurious royal garden inside, has become one of the cultural landmarks of Austria. Schönbrunn Palace was once the summer resort of the Austrian royal family, where the legendary Princess Sissi and King Franz of Austria lived. Here, you can see the room where the legendary Princess Sissi once lived, her beautiful and moving sculptures and portraits. When visiting, you can feel the fairy tale atmosphere of her life pervading the palace.

[Hofburg Palace]: Hofburg — the royal castle is located in the inner city of Vienna. It was here that Habsburg ruled the huge Austria-Hungary. In the 700 hundred years history of Hofburg, it records the scene of the rise and fall of the Multinational state in the era of emperors. The history of Hofburg can be traced back to 1279, and almost every generation of emperors has reconstructed or expanded their own palaces. Therefore, Hofburg is the witness of various European architectural styles.


Recommended activity *: Enjoy a concert in Vienna’s Musicverein

Day 7 - Vienna- Bratislava - Budapest

Go to Budapest. Passing through the capital of Slovakia, Bratislava, go to the old city, strolled in the historical center, located at the foot of Bratislava Castle, looking at the great shore of the castle, and visited their narrow pedestrian streets, the soft colored 18th century Rococo buildings, and the crowded small restaurants on the street;

Go to Café NewYork, the world’s most beautiful café in Budapest, and enjoy a leisurely afternoon tea! The New York Cafe became the social center of Budapest, where a large number of European musicians, painters, writers, poets, politicians, and celebrities from all walks of life visited, making it the popular check-in spot at the time.

Day 8 - Budapest/ Back home

Go to Krumlov, a town that was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1992. The colorful roofs of the town embellish the town surrounded by the Vltava like a fairy tale. White clouds, roofs, green spaces, and rivers blend into one and make you intoxicated.

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