We will be glad to guide you on your trip to well-known destinations as the capital cities of Middle Europe are. We provide a car with driver and guide or you can rent a hotel car with navigation system and have our suggestions to visit on your own jorney.
Praha is one of the most important urban commemorative reserves in Central Europe. The historic city center has been on the UNESCO list since 1992 and has not been on the list for every romance. Walking through the city is an extraordinary experience for every visitor, as there are traces of history on almost every edge. In addition, one of the best beers boils! Not at night, the beauty of this city is not hiding in the darkness, not the opposite, because the Prague bridges leading across the Vltava River are directly invisible.
You must see: Old Town, Antonín Dvořák Museum, Bedřich Smetana Museum, Lapidarium, Lobkowicz Palace, National Museum, National Theater, Black Theater, State Opera, Estates Theater, Villa Bertramka, Wenceslas Square
Another great city beauty in the heart of Europe is vibrant Vienna. A modern city, but also a city with traditionally historical parts, charming streets, squares and delightful pleasures. The enormous attraction of modern times is the Prater amusement park, and the proof of ever-breathing history is the dominant and the biggest symbol of the city – the impressive St. Stephan’s dome.
You must see: Burgtheater, Gasometer, Hofburg, Hundertwasser House, Millennium Tower, Museum Quarter, Liechtenstein Palace, State Opera, St. Štefan, Theater in der Josefstadt, Volksoper, Wotrubov church, Prater amusement park
The heart of Hungary is in Budapest. Exquisite buildings, Turkish bath complexes and luxury Art Nouveau-style hotels await each visitor’s appeal. The Hungarians are proud of their capital city on the Danube, which is divided into the mountainous Buda (Hungarian Buda) and the city of Pest. That is why they are accustomed to saying that Budapest is one of the most prestigious capital cities in the world.
You must see: Aquincum, Budínska Castle Quarter, University, Fisherman’s Bastion, Gellértberg, Heroes Square, Chain Bridge, Royal Castle, Matyáš’s Temple, Markétin Bridge, National Gallery, Parliament, Sándor-Pala