Classic Vienna Budapest in December
Vienna | Budapest
These two capitals, lush with magnificent cathedrals, imperial palaces and majestic castles, stand at the geographical heart of mainland Europe. it is also the season of Christmas markets with all their pretty lights and decorations.
November – December
7 Days 6 Nights
Couple / Group Friend / Family
Highlight of the Journey
- Through Vienna in a Horse Carriage
- Experience a magical evening with classical concert in a royal setting
- Visit the Christmas Market in Bratislava
- Enjoy Thermal Bath in Budapest
- experience Hungarian Christmas tradition and visit Budapest biggest Christmas Market in heart of the city
** The rate is based in USD per person based on 2/4 people traveling together
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Day 1 - 4
Vienna | 3 Nights
The city is world-famous for its magnificent imperial heritage, with the Schönbrunn Palace, the Belvedere and the Imperial Palace. The city is also appreciated around the world for its top-notch music and cultural offer with many renown concert halls, museums and institutions – from the large Musikverein Hall to the prestigious Museum of Fine Arts and the Vienna State Opera is a must thing to do in Vienna.
Private horse-carriage will waiting for you and ready to bring you around the old town. Starting from St. Stephens Cathedral, our Fiaker-roundtrip leads you from Palais Ferstel past the Vienna Hofburg and the Miachaelertrakt over the inner bailey to the Heldenplatz and also explore the Vienna’s most scenic Christmas Market in front of the Palace. With daily concerts, the scent of mulled wine and gingerbread in the air, and the beautiful Christmas tree to admire, you can’t help being in a festive mood.
In your free time you may try do ice skating whilst surrounded by magnificent historic buildings and experiences the afternoon tea at The Sacher Vienna, private owned by the Family Gürtler which runs the hotel since 1934, the “Sachertorte” is one of the things you should have tried at least once in a lifetime.
Day 4 - 7
Budapest | 3 Nights
Before explore Budapest, you will discover Bratislava, the Capital of Slovakia uniquely situated on the border of three countries (Slovakia, Hungary and Budapest). explore the city enjoy historical Old Town and the Christmas Market there.
Present-day Budapest was born in 1873 with the unification of Buda, Óbuda, and Pest, and this was also the period that saw several large-scale construction works, having largely contributed to the postcard-perfect outlook the Paris of the East has today.
Enjoy a city tour of Budapest to get acquainted with the Queen of the Danube. The tour includes visits on Pest side: Heroes Square with Millenary Monument, Vajdahunyad Castle, the Opera House, the St. Stephen Basilica and grandiose Parliament. Along with a great introduction of Budapest’s’ popular landmarks, experience Hungarian Christmas tradition and visit Budapest biggest Christmas Market in heart of the city. Continu with Gellert Thermal Baths, huge complex and it is one of the biggest natural spring water bath complexes in Central Eastern Europe, with several pools, saunas, steam rooms, massage rooms, changing facilities (cabins, lockers), restaurant, and more.