Berlin to Budapest
Berlin to Budapest
- Services of a Rail Discoveries tour manager
- 10 nights' accommodation
- All travel by rail and coach
- 14 meals - 10 breakfasts and 4 dinners
- Local guides for a personalised experience
- See the scars of World War II and the Cold War on a guided tour of Berlin
- Wander the cobblestone streets of Prague, moving through narrow lanes and courtyards
- Be treated to a tour of the Ringstrasse and Old Town in Vienna
Map & Itinerary
Pricing & Availability
Map & Itinerary
- Itinerary subject to change
- Itinerary operated by TravelGlo’s partner, Rail Discoveries
- Group transfers to and from the airport on day of arrival and departure included
- Tipping and porterage not included
- Recommended tip for tour manager: €2 per person, per day. Enquire for tipping amounts for local guides and coach drivers, as well as terms and conditions
Thoroughly researched with our guests’ interests in mind, TravelGlo’s Hot Tips! are a collection of unique experiences you’ve never considered. Often not mentioned in travel guides, take advantage of our insider knowledge and discover fantastic things to do, places to go, food to try and much more.
Nowhere in the world feels quite like Berlin. Relax with fellow travellers before meeting your tour manager. After, you might head for the Old Botanical Gardens, located a stone’s throw away.
Stay: Two Nights, Park Inn by Radisson Berlin AlexanderplatzDaily :
Guten tag! The charisma of Berlin is on show on today’s guided tour. See the scars of World War II and the Cold War in the city’s landmarks. Visit Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag Building and the last remnants of the wall. With an afternoon free, why not explore Museum Island, Charlottenburg Palace or sip a pilsner on a grassy hill. Tonight, we recommend joining the locals at one of the boutique bars.Daily :
Berlin - Prague
Do as the locals do and get stuck into a chimney cake, a tasty doughnut-like pastry.
After a relaxed morning, wave to local villagers from your train as it traces the River Elbe on the way to Prague. After dinner, you have a free evening to explore.
Stay: Three Nights, Prague, Vienna House DiplomatDaily :
Nicknamed the City of a Thousand Spires, everywhere you look, Gothic, baroque, Renaissance and art nouveau styles dot Prague’s magical skyline. You’ll start your guided tour at Prague Castle, the world’s largest walled fortress, before making your way to St Vitus Cathedral. Then, cross over the Vltava River on the iconic Charles Bridge, before moving through the narrow, cobbled lanes and hidden courtyards of the Old Town. This is a great place to spend some free time.Daily :
Now familiar with the city, enjoy a day at your own pace! So much awaits within the Jewish Quarter, and the John Lennon Wall – a tribute to the former Beatle and peace campaigner – can’t be missed. Tonight, why not learn about Prague’s long-held passion for beer. A hearty meal of traditional Czech food, such as pork chilli, sauerkraut, dumplings and lots of gravy, is a must.Daily :
Prague - Vienna
Another day, another rail adventure! Today, you’ll follow the railway tracks south across the Austrian border on the way to Vienna. On arrival, you’ll dive straight into a guided tour. The perfect way to get your bearings, you’ll see the city's imperial architecture lining the famous Ringstrasse, as well as the narrow houses of the Old Town.
Stay: Two Nights, Rainers Hotel ViennaDaily :
You must try a slice of Austria's dreamy culinary delight, the Sachertorte chocolate cake.
Known for its imperial history and musical masterpieces, Vienna is yours to discover today. Get your fill of the samples at the Naschmarkt or make a beeline for the Karntner Strasse, a haven for shopaholics. This evening, you might take to the skies with a ride on the 19-century Riesenrad, the 65-metre-high Giant Ferris Wheel. Or, mingle with the locals at one of the many wine bars.Daily :
Vienna - Budapest
After a relaxing morning, the last leg of your journey takes you to Budapest along the rails. Pass through regional landscapes on your way across the Hungarian border. Tonight, enjoy a three-course dinner at a traditional Hungarian restaurant with your fellow travellers. At sunset the real magic happens as you witness a spectacular illuminated Budapest coach tour through the city.
Stay: Three Nights, Budapest, Mercure Castle HillDaily :
Home to so many World Heritage-listed sites, Budapest is often referred to as the Paris of the East. On today’s guided tour, see the landmarks of this grand capital, including Szechenyi Chain Bridge, Hero's Square and St Stephen's Basilica, as well as Fishermen’s Bastion, where you’ll capture amazing panoramic views of the city and Danube River.Daily :
Pay a visit to the unique For Sale Pub, where you can leave your mark on the walls, floor or ceiling.
Take to the streets on your final day at leisure. Perhaps sample the local delicacies at the Central Market or travel through the Jewish Quarter. You may also like to relax at the Szechenyi baths, visit the Shoes on the Danube Bank memorial, or take the funicular to Buda Castle.Daily :
Bid Budapest a fond farewell as your adventure ends after breakfast today.Daily :
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