19 Feb Gems of central Europe
These three beautiful cities Prague, Vienna and Budapest have a special charm. If you look for history or to simple to enjoy great views and appreciate art and architecture all in one, these Gems are a must see in your next trip to Central Europe.
The Golden City with 100 towers outlines for its balanced architectonic mixture between old and new styles, which can be appreciated not only in its buildings but also by visiting its fancy cafes, pubs and restaurants located in its streets on both sides of the Moldava River. Prague´s medieval atmosphere offers to the visitors a wonderful historic city that has been declared World Heritage Centre by the UNESCO. To get the real Prague´s flavor, do not miss to visit Charles Bridge, the Old City, the Castle and its surroundings, the Franz Kafka house, The Black Theater and the views along the Moldava River in Naplavka walk side.
Vienna breathes culture. This city is well known for been the nest of great classic music compositors such as Strauss, Beethoven and Mozart, also is the home of the world´s best Opera House. Visitor cannot miss walking across the Old City, where the magnificent Cathedral stands to be admired and great museums wait to be visited. You can stroll up and down Ringstrasse, the most important avenue, which gives the visitors a whole view of Vienna´s most beautiful buildings and monuments and is the right place to find the best gastronomic offer of city. Among Vienna´s most important palaces you should visit Schöbrunn, Hofburg and Beldevere.
The Danube Pearl as Budapest is well known is the most beautiful of the Danube. This city hosts a millenary history with a unique charm. The Danube´s River divides the city in two, Buda in the hills and Pest the valley. You will love the view from Fishermen´s Bastion, and then walk across Chain Bridge, the first bridge to connect Buda and Pest. Do not forget to take a dip and relax in one of Budapest´s famous baths, visit Hungary´s Parliament Building to appreciate de Crown Jewels, enjoy a performance at the world famous Budapest Opera House, climb the stairs to the Basilica San Esteban to enjoy the views of the second biggest synagogue of the world, visit the Hero´s Square, Andrassy´s Avenue and the Central Market.
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