Tours to Prague and Budapest
Personal time trips from Budapest to Prague with sightseeing in Bratislava and Lednice-Valtice as you go along
Are you looking for a driver-guide to simply take you against Budapest to Prague (one of the ways)? Pick yours pace while making the most from your journey by hiring our professional English-speaking driver-guides, holders of official guide licenses. On the way, it is possible to stop at locations that interest you and explore fascinating places. Driver-guide service – with one person as the motorist and guide– is considered the most affordable way of discovering brand-new places. Don’t wait hours within airport or stop. As an alternative, enjoy your sightseeing and meal at spectacular and memorable locations as you go along.
Budapest to Prague: 10-hour Itinerary
2-hour Budapest to Bratislava transfer
1 hour Sightseeing trip in Bratislava
an hour Bratislava to Lednice-Valtice Chateau – UNESCO Site – transfer
60 minutes Lunch at Lednice Chateau
1.5-hour tour of Lednice Chateau and landscapes
or wine tasting during the Valtice Chateau wine cellars (featuring the 100 best Czech wines)
2.5-hour Lednice-Valtice Chateau to Prague transfer
That is a private trip, so that the schedule could be adjusted as you wish.
You'll explore these places across the trip.
Bratislava, money of Slovakia
Walk down charming streets in Bratislava’s center or take a stroll over the spectacular embankment of Danube River. Bratislava Castle, a significant cultural monument, looms over the city and offers spectacular views associated with the Danube and city. The Coronation Tower accustomed contain the coronation jewels of Hungarian leaders. Stroll along the Main Square with its Old Town Hall that comes from the fifteenth century. The majestic Slovak nationwide Theatre is home to opera and dancing activities. World-renowned cultural personalities and ensembles have graced its stage. Town is dotted with astounding palaces and churches. In 1762 the 10-year old Amadeus Mozart provided a concert in in Pálffy Palace. The Cathedral of St. Martin times from the 14th century. Bratislava is no complete stranger to dazzling art, both. The Slovak National Gallery houses significant artwork from all periods.
Lednice – Valtice Region – UNESCO Site
An extensive Baroque complex designed for the Liechtenstein household by notable architects, the area is spread involving the tiny cities of Lednice and Valtice, situated southeast of Brno, and addresses 250 square kilometers. The complex includes different chateau structures, landscapes, ponds, forests and ornamental sculptures from various times.
Valtice Chateau, after the residence of princes, is enclosed by a spectacular all-natural playground spread with many enchanting structures, rare woods and greenhouses with tropical flowers. Historical personalities including Emperor Franz Joseph I and his wife Empress “Sisi” also Chancellor Metternich once visited the chateau.
Lednice Chateau had been reconstructed into the mid-19th century as a summertime palace in English Gothic style. It began as a Gothic fort in 1222. In the premises is an artificial Baroque cave, a Turkish tower, a greenhouse, an enchanting artificial ruin called John’s Castle while the Apollo Temple, a tiny, enchanting chateau. The extensive yard includes a big pond and a Chinese pavilion.