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Angelis - Prague

Your first destination is Prague, City of a Hundred Spires, a UNESCO monument and one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Prague presents itself to you as a changeable city, which likes to alternate styles: it is romantic and successful, ancient and modern, but above all it is a city that is cosmopolitan through and through, and is used to welcoming foreigners.
Second is the Europe’s most elegant city, Vienna. This city is a cultural haven, filled with magnificent historical architecture such as; the Grand Imperial Palaces, bombastic baroque interiors, squares filled with art museums and the impressive Hofburg. However, unlike other cities Vienna’s remarkable history sits between the arts of the present making it one of Europe’s most dynamic urban spaces
Next you'll zoom along by train to Budapest. Architecturally, the city is a treasure trove, with enough baroque, neoclassical, Eclectic and Art Nouveau (or Secessionist) buildings to satisfy everyone.Take a dip in one of the city's famous baths, savor the local cuisine, check out some of the cool, funky shops featuring homegrown designs, walk across the Chain Bridge or just sit, relax and people-watch at one of the great downtown cafés.

Location
The Hotel Angelis is located in the wider centre of the city of Prague in the vicinity of the Anděl shopping district and the Vltava River. Its excellent location offers guests comfortable access to their primary tourist objectives, attractions, and business opportunities.
The immediate neighbourhood of the Hotel Angelis, serves as home to the renowned Staropramen Beer Brewery and Bertramka Villa. A wide range of entertainment and cultural options can also be found close by. Here you will find the Nový Smíchov shopping centre, two cinemas and a multitude of restaurants.
The Three-Star Hotel Angelis is located in a building reconstructed in the French style. It offers the perfect relaxing environment and pleasant accommodations in stylish rooms with their own facilities.

Room Type Standard Twin/Double
Room Facilities:
desk
Wi-Fi internet connection - free
minibar
personal safe
satellite TV
telephone with speed dial
electric kettle + tea
hair dryer
towels
hotel cosmetics
children's cot (upon request)

Valid for double occupancy only.
There is no charge for payments made with Debit Cards.
All holidays shown are subject to availability.

Luggage optional extra.

Day 1-2 Prague

For your first two nights you'll find yourself in the heart of Europe - Prague. When it comes to city breaks, there aren’t many places that can compete with the charming cobbled streets of the Czech capital. The hotels are ideally located for getting around the city so you'll be able to quickly arrive at your chosen sightseeing destination, whether it's the the National Memorial at Vitkov, the Old Town Square or Zizkov Television Tower you'd like to discover first. And just to make sure you've got enough time to see it all, why not opt in for a Prague's Little Venice sightseeing canal cruise for just £11pp, giving you a unique perspective of the city and its little-known sights?

Day 3-4 Vienna

For the perfect blend of historical curios and contemporary culture, look no further than the enchanting streets of Vienna, where you'll spend the next two nights. The historic streets are lined with charming coffee houses and marvellous morsels of a rich imperial past. Marvel at the colorful Hundertwasserhaus apartment buildings, sit and enjoy a spot of people watching in Heroes’ Square and visit the iconic Opera House. Otherwise, why not amble around the stunning Baroque palace complex on show at Hofburg, or head to the Museums quartier for, you guessed it, a host of fascinating museums. There’s so much on offer, you’ll never want to leave!

Day 5-6 Budapest

For your final stop, you'll spend your last two nights in Budapest, one of Europe's most sought-after city hot spots. Admire the awe-inspiring gothic architecture of Buda Castle, before taking a break at the ornate Széchenyi Baths, originally built in 1913. Visiting key cultural hotspots, you can explore the Citadella, frequent Fisherman’s Bastion, stop by St. Stephen's Basilica, and in the evening, retire to one of Budapest’s booming bars or take a romantic stroll along Chain Bridge. Designed by William Tierney Clark, the overpass becomes luminescent at night, emitting a warm, inviting light across the river! You could even include private entrance to Gellert Spa with massage option from £9pp, or make sure you see all of the city as you possibly can by heading out on a one-hour hop-on hop-off sightseeing Danube river cruise for just £19pp! Whatever you decide to do, you're sure to have a fantastic time.

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7 Days Premium Hotel Wien-Altmannsdorf - Wien

Your first destination is Prague, City of a Hundred Spires, a UNESCO monument and one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Prague presents itself to you as a changeable city, which likes to alternate styles: it is romantic and successful, ancient and modern, but above all it is a city that is cosmopolitan through and through, and is used to welcoming foreigners.
Second is the Europe’s most elegant city, Vienna. This city is a cultural haven, filled with magnificent historical architecture such as; the Grand Imperial Palaces, bombastic baroque interiors, squares filled with art museums and the impressive Hofburg. However, unlike other cities Vienna’s remarkable history sits between the arts of the present making it one of Europe’s most dynamic urban spaces
Next you'll zoom along by train to Budapest. Architecturally, the city is a treasure trove, with enough baroque, neoclassical, Eclectic and Art Nouveau (or Secessionist) buildings to satisfy everyone.Take a dip in one of the city's famous baths, savor the local cuisine, check out some of the cool, funky shops featuring homegrown designs, walk across the Chain Bridge or just sit, relax and people-watch at one of the great downtown cafés.

Location
The 7 Days Premium Hotel Wien-Altmannsdorf is situated in the southern part of the city, perfectly connected to main Vienna’s attraction via subway line U6 and trains And trains of the S-Bahn lines S1 and S2. Therefore the hotel is the ideal choice for business travelers and tourists, exploring the Vienna metropole individually or in groups.

Guest Rooms
The hotel features 75 moderne non smoking rooms with bathroom including shower and hair dryer, cable flatcreen TV and safe. There is free wifi in the whole hotel. Besides the hotel offers parking spaces in it’s own garage for an extra charge.

Valid for double occupancy only.
There is no charge for payments made with Debit Cards.
All holidays shown are subject to availability.

Luggage optional extra.

Day 1-2 Prague

For your first two nights you'll find yourself in the heart of Europe - Prague. When it comes to city breaks, there aren’t many places that can compete with the charming cobbled streets of the Czech capital. The hotels are ideally located for getting around the city so you'll be able to quickly arrive at your chosen sightseeing destination, whether it's the the National Memorial at Vitkov, the Old Town Square or Zizkov Television Tower you'd like to discover first. And just to make sure you've got enough time to see it all, why not opt in for a Prague's Little Venice sightseeing canal cruise for just £11pp, giving you a unique perspective of the city and its little-known sights?

Day 3-4 Vienna

For the perfect blend of historical curios and contemporary culture, look no further than the enchanting streets of Vienna, where you'll spend the next two nights. The historic streets are lined with charming coffee houses and marvellous morsels of a rich imperial past. Marvel at the colorful Hundertwasserhaus apartment buildings, sit and enjoy a spot of people watching in Heroes’ Square and visit the iconic Opera House. Otherwise, why not amble around the stunning Baroque palace complex on show at Hofburg, or head to the Museums quartier for, you guessed it, a host of fascinating museums. There’s so much on offer, you’ll never want to leave!

Day 5-6 Budapest

For your final stop, you'll spend your last two nights in Budapest, one of Europe's most sought-after city hot spots. Admire the awe-inspiring gothic architecture of Buda Castle, before taking a break at the ornate Széchenyi Baths, originally built in 1913. Visiting key cultural hotspots, you can explore the Citadella, frequent Fisherman’s Bastion, stop by St. Stephen's Basilica, and in the evening, retire to one of Budapest’s booming bars or take a romantic stroll along Chain Bridge. Designed by William Tierney Clark, the overpass becomes luminescent at night, emitting a warm, inviting light across the river! You could even include private entrance to Gellert Spa with massage option from £9pp, or make sure you see all of the city as you possibly can by heading out on a one-hour hop-on hop-off sightseeing Danube river cruise for just £19pp! Whatever you decide to do, you're sure to have a fantastic time.

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Hotel City Inn - Budapest

Your first destination is Prague, City of a Hundred Spires, a UNESCO monument and one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Prague presents itself to you as a changeable city, which likes to alternate styles: it is romantic and successful, ancient and modern, but above all it is a city that is cosmopolitan through and through, and is used to welcoming foreigners.
Second is the Europe’s most elegant city, Vienna. This city is a cultural haven, filled with magnificent historical architecture such as; the Grand Imperial Palaces, bombastic baroque interiors, squares filled with art museums and the impressive Hofburg. However, unlike other cities Vienna’s remarkable history sits between the arts of the present making it one of Europe’s most dynamic urban spaces
Next you'll zoom along by train to Budapest. Architecturally, the city is a treasure trove, with enough baroque, neoclassical, Eclectic and Art Nouveau (or Secessionist) buildings to satisfy everyone.Take a dip in one of the city's famous baths, savor the local cuisine, check out some of the cool, funky shops featuring homegrown designs, walk across the Chain Bridge or just sit, relax and people-watch at one of the great downtown cafés.

Location
Hotel City Inn, a newly built modern, centrally located Budapest hotel offers extended services, conference amenities on Corvin Promenade surrounded by shops, restaurants, cafes, right next door to Life1 Wellness Center. Thanks to its central location, the hotel can be easily reached by all means of transport with a short trip.

Guest Rooms
Friendly, warm colours and comfortable furniture provide the perfect setting for your cosy stay in one of the 66 rooms. The rooms feature flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, minibars and safes.

Valid for double occupancy only.
There is no charge for payments made with Debit Cards.
All holidays shown are subject to availability.

Luggage optional extra.

Day 1-2 Prague

For your first two nights you'll find yourself in the heart of Europe - Prague. When it comes to city breaks, there aren’t many places that can compete with the charming cobbled streets of the Czech capital. The hotels are ideally located for getting around the city so you'll be able to quickly arrive at your chosen sightseeing destination, whether it's the the National Memorial at Vitkov, the Old Town Square or Zizkov Television Tower you'd like to discover first. And just to make sure you've got enough time to see it all, why not opt in for a Prague's Little Venice sightseeing canal cruise for just £11pp, giving you a unique perspective of the city and its little-known sights?

Day 3-4 Vienna

For the perfect blend of historical curios and contemporary culture, look no further than the enchanting streets of Vienna, where you'll spend the next two nights. The historic streets are lined with charming coffee houses and marvellous morsels of a rich imperial past. Marvel at the colorful Hundertwasserhaus apartment buildings, sit and enjoy a spot of people watching in Heroes’ Square and visit the iconic Opera House. Otherwise, why not amble around the stunning Baroque palace complex on show at Hofburg, or head to the Museums quartier for, you guessed it, a host of fascinating museums. There’s so much on offer, you’ll never want to leave!

Day 5-6 Budapest

For your final stop, you'll spend your last two nights in Budapest, one of Europe's most sought-after city hot spots. Admire the awe-inspiring gothic architecture of Buda Castle, before taking a break at the ornate Széchenyi Baths, originally built in 1913. Visiting key cultural hotspots, you can explore the Citadella, frequent Fisherman’s Bastion, stop by St. Stephen's Basilica, and in the evening, retire to one of Budapest’s booming bars or take a romantic stroll along Chain Bridge. Designed by William Tierney Clark, the overpass becomes luminescent at night, emitting a warm, inviting light across the river! You could even include private entrance to Gellert Spa with massage option from £9pp, or make sure you see all of the city as you possibly can by heading out on a one-hour hop-on hop-off sightseeing Danube river cruise for just £19pp! Whatever you decide to do, you're sure to have a fantastic time.

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