When travelling through some of the gems of Central Europe, Prague, Berlin and Budapest, holidaymakers can stay in conveniently located hotels offering contemporary accommodation in en suite rooms.
- Berlin: Comfort Hotel Lichtenberg
- Budapest: Hotel Mediterran and Royal Park Hotel
- Prague: Hotel Union and U Divadla
- Flight to Berlin
- 2 or 3 nights in Berlin, as per option chosen
- Direct train from Berlin to Prague
- 2 or 3 nights in Prague, as per option chosen
- Direct train from Prague to Budapest
- 2 or 3 nights in Budapest, as per option chosen
- Flight from Budapest back home
The City Tours
Prague: Devil’s Channel Cruise
Board a little boat and ride through lesser-known, Venice-like parts of Prague, admiring medieval houses and listening to captain’s stories throughout the journey. Cruises are available at multiple timings throughout the day.
One-Hour Berlin Cruise
Get an overview of the major landmarks of Berlin during a one-hour cruise with audio-guide commentary, passing right next to Reichstag, Bellevue Palace, the Berliner Dom, Museum Island, and more. Cruises are available at multiple timings throughout the day.
Entrance to Széchenyi Spa with Optional Massage
Széchenyi Spa is the largest public bath in Budapest, alluring visitors with neo-baroque features. Guests are invited to enjoy a full-day access to a selection of steam rooms, saunas, and spring-fed baths, as well as 18 indoor and outdoor pools. The ticket includes a skip-the-line entry, cabin usage, English-speaking host/hostess at the private welcome desk and a gift (shampoo and shower gel). Optionally customers can pamper themselves with a 20-minute aromatherapy massage.
Groupon’s Guide to Berlin
Famous for its many museums, galleries and a wide variety of cultural and architectural landmarks, Berlin is a popular destination amongst culture seekers.
As well as offering countless sightseeing opportunities, the city has a unique nightlife scene, with many bars, clubs and live music events providing locals and tourists with entertainment throughout the year.
Around Christmas time, travellers may choose from up to 60 different Christmas markets, the most famous being Charlottenburg Castle Christmas Market, where a multitude of Christmas tree decorations, traditional souvenirs, local delicacies and mulled wine may be enjoyed in a cheery atmosphere, with carols and bright lights around.
Shopping fans may visit designer boutiques on Kurfürstendamm, one of the most famous avenues in Berlin, or find a bargain at one of the flea markets in Mauer Park. The Cathedral, Berlin’s largest church, boasts artistic furnishings, including a Sauer organ and a 70-metre dome featuring colourful mosaics. Tourists can also head to Museum Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site consisting of five of the city’s most important museums. Here, visitors can admire classical antiquities, excavated findings of the Near East, Islamic art and much more. Baroque gardens and art collections dating back to the 18th-century France can be admired at the Charlottenburg Palace, while nature enthusiasts may take to the nearby trails of Grunewald forest.
Groupon’s Guide To Prague
The capital city of the historic Bohemia region, Prague is one of the most popular destinations in Central Europe. Mirroring in the River Vltava, the city has been alluring visitors with numerous bridges, cathedrals, and gold-tipped towers for more than 10 centuries. Travellers can embrace the medieval charm of the city while strolling through the winding cobblestone alleyways with red slate rooftops and historic quarters of the Old Town, indulge in the panoramic views of the city from the 9th-century castle or catch a traditional puppet performance at the National Marionette Theatre. Various restaurants tempt the senses with hearty Czech cuisine and local beer, while the new town offers an array of high-fashion shops, clubs and entertainment options.
Groupon’s Guide To Budapest
Budapest, the vibrant capital of Hungary, is a living picture of castles and Neo-Gothic grandeur by day, and a pulsating example of European nightlife by night.
Guests may take a stroll to the historic Lajos Kossuth Square, which plays host to Hungary’s coronation crown and ornate Parliament Building, as well as the Museum of Ethnography’s folk art displays. After admiring the crown, similar treasures may be found in the City Park, where an enormous flea market brightens up weekends with knick-knacks, clothes and much more, amid grandly landscaped environs. Pocket-dipping sessions may follow with a plunge into the thermal spas of Margaret Island, which complements its riverbank surroundings with fragrant gardens, ornate pavilions and parties of sunbathing locals.