This tour offers a budget experience covering the Central Europe Capitals who wish to see the most important sights in Prague, Budapest and Vienna. The tour is medium paced (days usually start at 9 am in the morning and ends by 8 pm). It involves stay in comfortable 4 star hotels (typically in the outskirts of cities 12-15 km from city center). There are delicious Indian meals provided on tour and also a full time experienced tour manager (who speaks Hindi and English) accompanies the group to take care of their needs.

7 Nights 8 Days Available on request Vienna, Vienna
What makes this tour special
  • Return Economy Class Airfare
  • Accommodation at 4-Star category hotels
  • Daily Breakfast and Dinner
  • Guided city tour of Vienna, Budapest, Prague
  • Orientation tour of Bratislava & Salzburg
  • Day trip to Zell am see and Halstatt
  • Services of a Professional & Knowledgeable Tour Manager accompanying you throughout the tour
  • Schengen Visa (Guaranteed Schengen Visa Appointments)


07 Continental Breakfasts and 07 Indian Dinners


To and Fro Flights Included (into and out of Vienna)



Leonardo Hotel Vienna Schönbrunn or Similar

1 night(s) in Vienna

Room Type: Standard Room

Meals Included: Breakfast


Danubius Hotel Arena or Similar

2 night(s) in Budapest

Room Type: Standard Room

Meals Included: Breakfast


Clarion Congress Hotel Prague or Similar

2 night(s) in Prague

Room Type: Standard Room

Meals Included: Breakfast


ARCOTEL Castellani Salzburg or Similar

2 night(s) in Salzburg

Room Type: Standard Room

Meals Included: Breakfast

Pickup point
Vienna, Austria View on Map

Day 1: Arrival In Vienna

  • Our representatives will welcome you to Vienna, the capital of Austria. As the “City of Music,” this is one of the most artistic cities where world’s best classical musicians like Beethoven and Mozart were born. After you clear your immigration process, you will be escorted to your ride headed for your hotel for check-in. Rest after a long journey, enjoy your dinner, and spend overnight in Vienna.
  • (Dinner)

Day 2: City Tour In Vienna

  • Enjoy your breakfast today before we head out on a city tour. We’ll go on a guided sightseeing around Vienna with a local guide in Vienna’s Innere Stadt (1st District) or the Old Town.
  • The tour includes the famed Ring (Ringtrasse) which refers to the tree-lined boulevards that goes around the center of the city. These lines of trees are also where you can get the best historical sights and more than any road in the world. And following this boulevard, we’ll find the Stephansplatz, the center of the Vienna where we can find the iconic St. Stephen’s Cathedral. From here, we’ll stroll down the Karntnerstrasse, an iconic shopping avenue of Vienna to let you shop to your heart’s content. This place has existed since the Roman Age and is also known as the Carinthian Street. Not far is the famous Vienna State Opera House, also known as the Wiener Staatsoper which doesn’t just embodies such a dense cultural value, but also historical value. Continue your tour as we pass by the Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Natural History, the Hofburg, Parliament, City Hall, the Burg theater and the University.
  • We’ll continue driving after the tour to Budapest and check-in at the hotel. Enjoy your dinner before our overnight stay in Budapest.
  • (Breakfast and Dinner)

Day 3: City Tour In Budapest With Szechenyi Thermal Baths

  • Enjoy your breakfast today in Budapest before we head out for a city tour, starting with the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Heroes’ Square. A guide will take you through possibly the most iconic square of Budapest where a number of statues are erected to celebrate historic figures in Hungary at the Millennium Monument. Then we’ll head off to the Fishermen’s Bastion which is a castle of fairy tale design located on the Buda side of the city. This place has a panoramic viewing terrace where you can have an exquisite view of Budapest.
  • The ride continues to the Matthias Church, a Roman Catholic Church built on Gellert Hill while overlooking the Danube River. It is the second largest church of medieval Buda and is one of the most unique in Europe featuring prominent Romanesque style in 1015.
  • Then continue to the Parliament House that was mainly built in Gothic Revival style with Baroque and Renaissance influence. Construction began in 1885, roughly a decade since Buda, Obuda and Pest united and was finished in 1904. Behold the century-long history and gorgeous architecture of this building. Also included in the trip is the Royal Palace, also known as the Buda Castle, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This historical site was the home to the Hungarian Kings and is now where you can find the National Gallery and Budapest History Museum (entrances not included).
  • After passing through the first Chain Bridge which is permanent suspension bridge that connects Buda and Pest, we’ll head out to the Széchenyi Bath which was built in 1913. It is one of Europe’s largest bath complexes built in Neo-Baroque style featuring 15 indoor pools, saunas, massages and obviously, 3 outdoor thermal baths. Relax and bath in the healing pools before we go for dinner and then back to our hotel in Budapest for overnight stay.
  • (Breakfast and Dinner)

Day 4: Transfer To Prague With Orientation Tour Of Bratislava

  • Enjoy your breakfast today before we check-out and leave Budapest. We are going to Prague today and on our way, we’ll stop at Bratislava, the capital city of Slovakia. On arrival, we start a city tour from the Old Town area where the cobbled streets and colourful buildings create such an aesthetic view. As we walk through the winding alleyways, we’ll arrive at St. Martin’s Cathedral, a three-nave 15th century Gothic cathedral that was built on top of another Romanesque church from 1221.
  • Then head over to St. Michael Tower which is also known as the Michael’s Gate and is the only preserved gate from the medieval fortifications among the oldest buildings here. Continuing after lunch, we’ll visit the iconic Renaissance palace, Bratislava Castle, built in the 16th century and has been turned into the Museum of History. This is famously known as the official seat of Maria Theresa in the 18th century.
  • We continue driving to Prague and to your hotel for check-in before you rest and spend the night in Prague.
  • (Breakfast and Dinner)

Day 5: Prague City Tour And Witness The Walk Of The Apostles At The Astronomical Clock With Vltava River Cruise

  • Enjoy your breakfast today before we head out on a city tour in Prague. A guide will accompany you to Hradcany Castle which is a name referring to the large number of palaces, churches, offices, courtyards, and gardens within 110 acres of land. The castle was built in the 9th century and is one of the biggest in the world and is the current seat of the President of the Czech Republic.
  • Next is the Cathedral of St. Vitus, which is a Roman Catholic metropolitan cathedral in Prague. It’s also the seat of the Archbishop of Prague and is the largest and most important cathedral in Prague that saw the coronations of multiple Czech kings and queens.
  • The Astronomical Clock is another historical piece of work attached to the Old Town Hall made during the medieval era. Then visit the Old Town Square which is a historical square filled with old buildings of various time period architecture from the 1400s. We’ll then visit the Charles Bridge which is a stone Gothic bridge that allows us to cross the Vltava River, connecting the Old Town and Lesser Town.
  • In the evening, we’ll cross the Vltava River with a different mode, which is on a cruise, and enjoy a stunning view of Prague. We’ll head back to the hotel after dinner for your overnight stay in Prague.
  • (Breakfast and Dinner)

Day 6: Transfer To Salzburg With A City Tour

  • Enjoy your breakfast this morning in Prague before we check-out. We’re going to leave for Salzburg to look around one of most stunning cities in Europe. It’s going to be a delightful day of touring around this picturesque city nestled between the Salzburg Alps and the River Salzach. A local guide will take you to the famous sites and share stories of these places.
  • Starting with the Salzburg Cathedral, we’ll see one of early Baroque era’s best works that remains as the centrepiece of Salzburg since the 17th century. Tour this gorgeous historic building before we visit the Residenz Fountain which was the most gorgeous fountain in Salzburg, one of the best places to get your selfies.
  • Then we’ll head over to the Love Lock Bridge that goes over the Salzach River which is also a symbol of eternal love. Couples believe by writing their names on a lock and locking it on the bridge while tossing out the key will lock their love eternally. Past the bridge is the Getreidegasse, a shopping street that’s remained as Salzburg’s busiest street for hundreds of years. In fact, it was first mentioned in 1150 under the name “Trabgasse.” This was also where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born and raised until he was 17. We’ll also visit another street, Linzergasse, which home to handicrafts, vintage stores, restaurants, and hostels.
  • And then head to the Mirabell Gardens which is the iconic setting of the classic Hollywood musical “The Sound of Music.” Built surrounding the Baroque palace, re-enact the scene as we go through the garden and under the arches where she sang Do Re Mi.
  • We’ll drive to your hotel for check-in and overnight stay in Salzburg.
  • (Breakfast and Dinner)

Day 7 : Trip To Hallstatt And Zell Am See

  • Enjoy your breakfast before we go on a trip out of Salzburg to Hallstatt. On our way to Hallstatt, enjoy the view of Salzkammergut. Hallstatt is also known as the Pearl of the Salzkammergut which is where you can find these small, charming villages with the breathtaking nature as the backdrop. You’ll have two hours here in Hallstatt to explore the area on your own. Visit the lake for a relaxing stroll or meet the locals by visiting the vendors and stores. We’ll also ride past the Mullback Waterfall to visit the local museum (entry fee not included).
  • The trip continues to Zell am See which is a small city that has the Alpines on one side and the lake Zell on the other. This city brags one of the best views in the world and we’ll take you out on a stroll through the town center or visit the lakeside promenade for the views. Today is a day of tranquillity as we appreciate the beauty of East Europe and small villages.
  • We’ll go back to Salzburg later after dinner for your overnight stay.
  • (Breakfast and Dinner)

Day 8: Transfer To Vienna For Departure

  • Enjoy your breakfast before we check-out of Salzburg. We’re heading for Vienna today where you’ll take your flight back home. The Eastern Europe ends as we drop you off at the International Airport as you leave with pleasant memories from your trip here.
  • (Breakfast)
What we'll give. What we won't

What is included in the tour


  • Multiple Entry Schengen Visa (with Guaranteed Visa Appointments)
  • Standard Travel Insurance
  • Guided City Tour Of Vienna
  • Daily Indian Dinners


  • Guided City Tour Of Budapest
  • Enjoy exotic Szechenyi Thermal Baths
  • Daily Indian Dinners


  • Orientation Tour Of Bratislava
  • Guided City Tour Of Prague
  • Vltava River Cruise
  • Daily Indian Dinners


  • Guided Tour Of Salzburg
  • Day trip to Hallstatt
  • Day trip to Zell am see
  • Daily Indian Dinners

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Tipping is expected from anyone providing your service e.g. Coach Driver, Local Guides, etc. It is mandatory to tip a nominal amount of EUR 3 per person/per day. For the entire duration of this tour which is 13 Days, the total Tips amount is Euro 39 per person to be paid to the Tour Manager on Day 01 of the tour.
  • The tour cost does not include POE charges
  • No porterage included
  • Private airport transfers, Cost of Suggested/Optional Excursions
  • Any expenses of personal nature such as porterage, laundry expenses, wines, mineral water, food and drink not in the regular menu provided by us, minibar, telephone calls, etc.
  • Meals other than that what is mentioned in your itinerary.
  • Booking amount is minimum Rs.30,000 per person if booking is done 45 days before travel.
  • Within 21-45 days of travel minimum 25% booking deposit is required to confirm the booking.
  • Within 21 days of travel 100% of the amount is required to confirm the booking.
  • Passport should be valid for 6 months from the date of departure
  • The tour includes Flights, Visa and Insurance.
  • The Tour can be cancelled 30 days before travel by paying 10% of the tour value as cancellation charges.
  • Within 15 days - 30 days of travel the tour can be cancelled by paying 50% of the cancellation charge.
  • Within 15 days the tour is completely non-refundable.
  • Please note the tour cost is a combination of EUR component and INR price. The EUR component for the tour is 1200 EUR (currently taken at a ROE of 87 per INR). If there are any changes in EUR and ROE (Rate of Exchange) of EUR to INR increases beyond 90 at the time of travel, the difference will be payable extra and collected at the time of balance payment.
  • In case of any visa rejection, the initial Rs. 30,000 booking amount will be charged and the balance will be refunded.