Prague, Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest: 8 Nights at a Choice of Hotels with Flights and Train Transfers from just £189pp @ Groupon using code
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Prague, Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest: 8 Nights at a Choice of Hotels with Flights and Train Transfers from just £189pp @ Groupon using code

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Found 9th Jan
Note this ends Midnight - use code HOLIDAY, prices start from £189 using code at basket.

As i said in another thread, would love to go back to Buda and this looks pretty good, plus you get to take in some other sights also.

When travelling through some of the European’s gems, Prague, Vienna, Bratislava, and Budapest, travellers can stay in conveniently located hotels offering contemporary accommodation in en suite rooms.

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The Itinerary

  • Day 1: Outbound: flight from London, Manchester, Edinburgh or Bristol to Prague and stay in Prague
  • Day 2: Stay in Prague
  • Day 3: Direct train from Prague to Vienna and stay in Vienna
  • Day 4: Stay in Vienna
  • Day 5: Direct train from Vienna to Bratislava and stay in Bratislava
  • Day 6: Stay in Bratislava
  • Day 7: Direct train from Bratislava to Budapest and stay in Budapest
  • Day 8: Stay in Budapest
  • Day 9: Inbound: flight from Budapest to London, Manchester, Edinburgh or Bristol


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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.

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Groupon’s Guide To Vienna - Nestled on the banks of the River Danube, Vienna has a busy cultural calendar which makes it a year-round destination for globetrotters. The city of Mozart is the proud possessor of a famous opera house and binds a plethora of Baroque and contemporary architectural styles. Viennese charm echoes through the city centre’s restaurants and bars that hold a world-famous culinary tradition with dishes such as Wiener Schnitzels and cheese Danishes.

One of the city’s focal points is the 12th-century Stephansdom Gothic cathedral, from which tourists can get one of the best views of Vienna, after climbing its 553 steps. Imperial Austria left its mark with the vast palace complex of Hofburg, where Franz Josef I and Empress Elisabeth once lived. Close to the Museum of Art History, in the former imperial stables, lies the Museumsquartier, a grand complex of museums, galleries, cafes and shops where visitors can relax and enjoy the Viennese atmosphere.

Groupon’s Guide To Bratislava - Placed in the southwestern part of Slovakia, crossed by the Danube and Morava rivers, Bratislava offers not only classic attractions but also modern landmarks such as the Most SNP bridge. Located at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains, this capital city boasts plenty of verdant parks, bringing travellers closer to nature.

An architectural particularity of the city consists of a cluster of medieval buildings and imposing towers including Bratislava Castle or Kamzík TV Tower. Travellers may embrace their spiritual side at St. Martin´s Cathedral, an example of Gothic architecture, or enjoy a visit to ZOO Bratislava, hosting a multitude of wild species. For a cultural experience including ballet and opera performances, visitors may head to the National Theatre, while, at the foot of Castle Hill, sightseers will find the Slovak National Museum, revealing local history and heritage.

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Groupon’s Guide To BudapestBudapest, 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.
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Not a bad deal but it doesn't seem relaxing. I'd definetly recommend longer in Prague and Budapest.
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Not a bad deal but it doesn't seem relaxing. I'd definetly recommend longer in Prague and Budapest.
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Clicked through to purchase but realised you have to buy two.

I'd have done this on my own to see those cities, that's a great price. Shame.

Heat added.
Great prices for the opera or ballet tickets in Bratislava. From £10 and you can get absolutely great view, no need for the theatre binoculars.
Booked three seats(3* £10) for Mozart's Magic Flute in February
Edited by: "hemp" 9th Jan
anyone experienced groupon holiday before? always been tempted
Op sounds interesting. Small suggestion could you please add dates when this offer is available? Looks like the cheapest dates are in January when it is pretty cold.
I've done Vienna > Bratislava > Budapest.
Vienna to Bratislava is around an hour on a train, similar to a Northern train from England. I got a Flixbus (I think) 2 hours from Bratislava to Budapest, £3.50 and it was a brand new 60 seater Mercedes coach with around 10 people on board!
Budapest is by far the better of the cities in this list!
I don't really understand the dates? Could anyone help please?
if you are in vienna dont forget to do vienna hotrod, probably the most fun i have ever had in a european city
Fasfags23 m ago

I don't really understand the dates? Could anyone help please?


I think they're prices for different departure dates all within that month.
heat for effort
whatyadoinsucka6 h, 53 m ago

if you are in vienna dont forget to do vienna hotrod, probably the most …if you are in vienna dont forget to do vienna hotrod, probably the most fun i have ever had in a european city


what is vienna hotrod? I’m about to go there
How fit are eastern block women. Goodnight..
They're the most beautiful in the world
Shame there is no option for a solo traveller, I wouldn't mind doing this trip at this price. I'd love to check out Vienna and Bratislava. I've been to both Prague and Budapest, they are both superb.
clsss12 h, 45 m ago

what is vienna hotrod? I’m about to go there


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