Europe Music Tour
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Europe Music Tour
There simply is no way to tour Eastern Europe and not be awestruck by its natural beauty, epic history and music history! Let’s tour around the music centre and explore the great music history of Eastern Europe!
till 31 Dec 2020
HKD22,739 / person up
*2 pax sharing 1 room
*at least 20 participants for a group
After arrival in Prague, meet your local guide and enjoy a half day guided tour. Hop inside your coach for a panoramic tour of some of Prague’s major sights. Take in landmarks such as the Powder Tower, one of the city’s medieval gateways; the National Theatre; and bustling Wenceslas Square, the scene of the protests that marked the 1989 Velvet Revolution. After your drive, take a guided walking tour around the exterior of UNESCO-listed Prague Castle. Then, explore the baroque neighborhood of Mala Strana and Kampa Island, home to the famous graffiti-covered Lennon Wall, before taking a sightseeing cruise along the Vltava River. As you sail, admire the passing sights, including the Charles Bridge and other landmarks.
After breakfast, meet your local guide. Enjoy a full day guided tour. Start with a walk to Jan Palach Square, a grand square named after a 20th-century Czech student who gave his life here in the struggle again communist rule. Next, stroll along stylish Parizska Avenue on route to the history-steeped Jewish Quarter. Hear tales of Prague’s Jewish heritage as you view the elegant streets, and then continue to beautiful Old Town Square — Prague’s medieval heart. Take snaps of the Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock, and then walk to the Estates Theatre, where Mozart conducted the premiere of Don Giovanni in 1787. Your tour then finishes here. In the afternoon you will have a music class or visit to a local school. In the evening enjoy a concert
After breakfast, meet your local guide and enjoy an excursion to Cesky Krumlov. Once in town, make your way to the stunning Cesky Krumlov Castle. Surrounded by landscaped gardens, the mighty castle stands on a rock promontory sculpted by the Vltava River, overlooking the town below. Explore the opulent courtyards, halls and furnishings, learning about the structure’s history from your guide as you go. You’ll also have the chance to see the Church of St. Vitus, another significant landmark featured in the town’s skyline. After the visit, say goodbye to your guide and proceed to Vienna.
After breakfast, meet your local guide and enjoy a full day guided tour. head for the Ring Road, which borders the historic city center. On the way, pass the Neo-Gothic Town Hall and the impressive Austrian Parliament Building. Continue through the Volksgarten, check out Heroes Square, and pass the Hofburg Palace. Listen to your guide’s commentary on the history, culture, and people of Vienna as you walk around Burggarten, the former Emperor’s private garden, and the Augustinian Church. End with visits to St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Vienna State Opera, and the bustling Graben shopping street. Your tour ends at St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna’s most famous landmark. In the afternoon you will have a music class or visit to a local school. In the evening enjoy a concert
After breakfast, meet your local guide for a full day guided tour. In the morning enjoy a visit to Schonbrunn palace. Vienna’s biggest treasure, the Schonbrunn Palace. This palace, original designed as a hunting lodge, has been improved to serve as a summer residence. Today, the palace is open for visitors who seek to learn more about the culture, history, and life of the people who lived there. From Schonbrunn’s windows you can gaze into the park which you will later be able to walk through. The large park, along with the palace, have placed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996. In the afternoon you will have a music class or visit to a local school. In the evening enjoy a concert
After breakfast, transfer to Szentendre. Upon arrival, meet your local guide and enjoy a half day guided tour. Located at the South Gate of the Danube Bend, Szentendre features charming squares, cobblestone streets, Serb temples and Baroque architecture. The town also hosts a vibrant collection of artists, and a large selection of contemporary art galleries and museums have been formed there as a result. A nearby artists’ quarter houses many of the great minds behind the work on the display. Spend some time with your guide strolling at a relaxed pace through town, perhaps picking up a few Hungarian souvenirs as you go. After the visit, proceed to Budapest, where you will enjoy a Danube cruise, before checking in your hotel.
After breakfast, meet your local guide and enjoy a full day guided tour. Enjoy the first impressions of Hungary’s capital, sometimes called the ‘Paris of the East,’ and magnificently set across the River Danube. The famous river splits the city into two districts: Buda, the medieval quarter, and Pest, the commercial heart. Hear how these once-separate cities were united, along with nearby Obuda, to form the capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1893. View the landmarks along the Danube’s banks, including the immense Chain Bridge and Houses of Parliament, and enjoy a panoramic tour of other UNESCO-listed sights, including the charming Buda quarter. Admire the Matthias Church, coronation site of many Hungarian kings; and see the cobbled Castle District, Buda Castle, and Fisherman’s, a Gothic terrace with sweeping views over the city. Over in Pest, check out St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Hungarian State Opera, and grandiose Vajdahunyad Castle. Plus, drive along elegant Andrassy Avenue, known as Budapest’s ‘Champs-Élysées,’ and admire Heroes Square, a plaza crowned by a colonnaded statue complex depicting the seven Magyar chiefs who founded the country. In the afternoon you will have a music class or visit to a local school. In the evening enjoy a concert
After breakfast meet your local guide and enjoy a music class. In the afternoon to the airport for your flight back home.