Day 1 Kuala Lumpur ~Dubai ~Budapest, Hungary EK 343 ( 0210 / 0425 ) – 6h45m + EK 111 ( 0850 / 1245 ) – 5h55m
Depart to Budapest, the capital city of Hungary, which straddles the wide Danube River. Enjoy café culture in one of the largest and most traditional cafes in the city with an afternoon tea or coffee served with traditional cake.
Breakfast: Meal On Board // Lunch: Own Arrangement // Dinner: Hungarian Cuisine
Hotel: Budapest. NH or Similar
Day 2 Budapest
Heroes’ Square / Millennium Monument
Heroes’ Square is the entrance to the City Park as well as one of the most spectacular venues in Budapest. One of the most photographed sights in Budapest. The monument was created for the Hungarian millennium festivities that were held in 1896.
St Stephen Basilica
The building was finished in Neo-classicist style in 1905, following 54 years of planning. Similarly to the Parliament, it is 96 meters high, which makes it the highest building of Budapest.
The building is an absolutely must see attraction in Budapest with is splendour, 40 kg of gold, 500,000 ornamental stones, 242 statues, painted glasses, a 96-meter high central dome, 18 000 square meters and 13 elevators.
Fisherman’s Bastion (Include Entrance)
The present day lovely lookout towers / decorative fortification of Fisherman’s Bastion were built in the 19th century to serve as a lookout tower for the best panoramic views in Budapest, Hungary.
Matthias Coronation Church(Include Entrance)
Matthias Church is one of the finest churches in Budapest, and the most unique churches in Europe.
Danuble River Cruise
Offers sightseeing of two parts of the city, “BUDA” and “PEST”. You may see some of the fabulous and charming sights along the river.
Breakfast: Hotel // Lunch: Chinese Cuisine // Dinner: Hungarian Goulash with Folklore Show
Hotel: Budapest. NH or Similar
Day 3 Budapest (181km) ~ Banska Bystrica, Slovakia (218km) ~ Krakow, Poland
A historical, cultural and economic centre of the central Slovakia.Enjoy a brief walk through the town centre to many historical monuments that lead you back to the ancient history of the city.
Breakfast: Hotel // Lunch: Own Arrangement // Dinner: Polish Cuisine
Hotel: Krakow. NH or Similar
Day 4 Krakow
Krakow is one of the most prominent academic centres in Poland. With over 200,000 students coming to study here every year, it is not unreasonable to wonder what makes Krakow such an attractive place.
Wawel Hill + Royal Castle
Wawel Hill is a Jurassic limestone rock, a dominant feature in the landscape of Cracow (about 228 m above sea level) was formed about 150 million years ago.
The Wawel Cathedral, Katedra Wawelska in Polish, was the coronation site of Polish monarchs and remains Poland’s most important national sanctuary.
Krakow’s historic Old Town is the pride of Poland, one of Central Europe’s most beautiful architectural showpieces, and one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations.
Cloth Market Hall
The market square in Krakow is the largest market square in Europe. It might be the largest in the world, considering most places in the world do not have traditional market squares besides Europe.
St Mary Church (Include Entrance)
The church’s two towers 15th century are noticeably of different heights. Legend has it that they were built by two brothers, one of whom grew jealous of the other’s work and killed him with a sword.
Wieliczka Salt Mine Museum(Include Entrance)
The oldest salt enterprise on Polish land dating back to the middle Ages. For centuries, it was the source of the country’s wealth and material foundation of its culture.
Breakfast: Hotel // Lunch: Polish Cuisine // Dinner: Polish Cuisine
Hotel: Krakow. NH or Similar
Day 5 Krakow (67km) ~ Oswiecim (460km) ~ Prague
Auschwitz Concentration Camp (Include Entrance)
The largest Nazi concentration and extermination camps establish in Nazi German era. Next to Prague: the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic.
Breakfast: Hotel // Lunch: Polish Cuisine // Dinner: Czech Cuisine
Hotel: Prague. Barceloor Similar
Day 6 Prague
Old Royal Palace
The Old Royal Palace at the Prague Castle used to be the seat of Czech rulers for centuries. Originally from the 12th century, it was rebuilt several times through the years, so it is an amazing mix of several architectural styles, mostly Gothic and Renaissance.
St Vitus Cathedral
St. Vitus Cathedral is the largest and the most important temple in Prague. Apart from religious services, coronations of Czech kings and queens also took place here.
St George A Basilica
St. George’s Basilica is the oldest church building within the Prague Castle complex. It is also the best preserved Romanesque church in Prague.
Golden Lane dates from the 15th Century and has a beautiful, olden world quaintness about it. It comprises 11 historic houses, inside which period scenes have been created to show the life of the artisans who once worked, ate, drank and slept in them.
The Dalibor Tower was used as a prison till 1781. It used to be taller originally, but after a fire it was lowered and became a five-storey tower
St Charles Bridge
Charles Bridge is a stone Gothic bridge that connects the Old Town and Lesser Town. It was actually called the Stone Bridge during its first several centuries.
The Old Town Square dates from the 12th century and started life as the central marketplace for Prague. Over the centuries buildings of Romanesque, Baroque and Gothic styles were erected around the market, each bringing with them stories of wealthy merchants and political intrigue.
The Tyne Cathedral are around 80m high. But stand in the Old Town Square, and it becomes evident they are not symmetrical.
The medieval astronomical clock adorns the southern wall of the Old Town City Hall in the Old Town Square. It announces every hour with 12 apostles passing by the window above the astronomical dial and with symbolic sculptures moving aside.
St Nicholas Cathedral
The beautiful St. Nicholas Church at the Old Town Square was completed in 1735, and replaced a parish church mentioned in records dating back to 1273.
Prague Castle area (Include Entrance)
The largest castle area in the world with three courtyards. The castle buildings represent the architectural style of the last millennium such as Bohemia, Romanesque and Gothic styles.
Breakfast: Hotel // Lunch: Czech Cuisine // Dinner: Own Arrangement
Hotel: Prague. Barcelo or Similar
Day 7 Prague (126km) ~ Karlovy Vary (81km) ~ Pilsen (288km) ~ Munich, Germany
Thermal Spring Colonnade
Which conceal the most abundant and best-known spring in Karlovy Vary. It has more than 79 mineral springs with varying yields, 13 are controlled and used for drinking cure. We will walk thru the major springs such as, Rock Spring (53’C), Mill Spring (56’C). You have a chance to taste the spring water by using the famous cup made of porcelain.
Pilsner Urquell Brewery
Birthplace of the world-famous Pilsner Urquell beer. You will experience adventure and entertainment while learning about the brewing process and tasting the excellent lager.
Breakfast: Hotel // Lunch: Czech Cuisine // Dinner: German Cuisine
Hotel: Munich. Leonardo Arabellapark or Similar
Day 8 Munich (147km) ~ Wattens, Austria (17km) ~ Innsbruck
Marienplatz is the heart of the city of Munich. In the Middle Ages, the square used to be a market place as well as the site where tournaments and festivities took place.
The Munich Hofbrauhaus on the Platzl is one of the most well-known city institutions and is at the same time the most famous brewery in the world.
St. Peter’s Church is the oldest in the city of Munich. Built in 1180, the church has had a turbulent and interesting past but is still a favorite tourist attraction and is fondly admired by locals as well.
Twin onion-domed Frauenkirche
It is located in Munich’s Old Town, not far from the centrally located Marienplatz.
The Shopping mall Funf Hofe in the center of Munich was created from 1998 to 2003 after the coring of a HypoVereinsbank building complex.
Swarovski Crystal Worlds
A unique and magical place that has brought a moments of wonder to all visitors from all around the world. Its new facet of an open space of crystalline nature; the garden, exude a new era of wonder.
Breakfast: Hotel // Lunch: German knuckle Cuisine // Dinner: Austria Cuisine
Hotel: Innsbruck. Innsbruck or Similar
Day 9 Innsbruck (187km) ~ Salzburg (295km) ~ Vienna
Birthplace of Mozart (Include Entrance)
The place where the genius musician Mozart was born, the building containing his historic instruments, documents, memorabilia and some of the portraits painted during his lifetime.
With its famous winged Pegasus; Fountain of “Sound of Music”. Vienna, the capital city of Austria.
Hallstatt Nestled between the edge of Lake Hallstatt and the towering Dachstein mountains, Austria’s oldest and possibly most photographed Village is something like a mirage in the Salzkammergut Lake Region. Take a short walk from the market square to take your very own snapshot of one of the most photographed points in the world. Capture the delightful houses built into the mountain, the glass-like lake, and the amazing mountains in the background.
Breakfast: Hotel // Lunch: Chinese Cuisine // Dinner: Thai Cuisine
Hotel: Vienna. Austria Trend or Similar
Day 10 Vienna
Schonbrunn Palace (Include Entrance)
The most important cultural monuments in Austria. The palace and gardens illustrate the taste, interests and aspirations of the successive Habsburg monarchs.
St Charles Church
St. Charles’s Church is a baroque church located on the south side of Karlsplatz in Vienna, Austria.
Opera House / Ringstrasse
The Vienna Opera House (C1) is not only the -first house at the Ring- and therefore also the most impressive building at the Ringstrasse but also a worldwide known opera house.
The Hofburg Palace is a must-see when visiting Vienna. The power-house of the Austrian empire, it holds a wealth of rich culture and history waiting to be explored.
Historical & Fine Art Museum
The monumental structure, built as part of the Emperor Franz Joseph I expansion of the city in 1858, was intended to both unite and appropriately represent the artistic treasures that had been collected by the Habsburgs over the centuries.
Maria Theresa Monument
The monument of Empress Maria Theresa is situated in the middle of Maria-Theresien-Platz in Vienna city centre. Maria Theresa (or Maria Theresia) was the only female ruler of the Habsburg Empire.
The Vienna Parliament building with the Pallas Athene statue at the front is one of the most important splendor building at the Wiener Ringstrabe.
The Stadtpark was opened in 1862 as Vienna’s first public park. It has more monuments and sculptures than any other park.
St Stephen Cathedral
The oldest remaining parts of St. Stephen’s (the beautifully Giant Gate and the Towers of the Heathens) date back to the 13th century when Vienna was growing in importance and significantly expanding its city limits.
This subsidised apartment block in Vienna’s third district was the first project in which Hundertwasser was able to materialize his architectural visions (architects: Josef Krawina and Peter Pelikan).
Breakfast: Hotel // Lunch: Own Arrangement // Dinner: Austria Cuisine
Hotel: Vienna. Austria Trend or Similar
Day 11 Vienna ~ Dubai EK 126 ( 2245 / 0620+1 ) – 5h35m
It is home to over 150 stores and 600 designer brands, including all the fashion heavyweights; Escada, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Bally, Aigner and many more.
Breakfast: Hotel // Lunch: Own Arrangement // Dinner: Own Arrangement
Day 12 Dubai ~Kuala Lumpur EK 342 ( 1030 / 2150 ) – 7h20m
A warm welcome home!
Special Cuisine: Hungarian Goulash, Austrian Schnitzel, German Pork Knuckle
Local meals include 1 drink (Choices: coffee or tea)
** The above itinerary is for reference only, and is subject to any necessary changes in accordance to local requirement. **