Customized trips to Prague and Vienna
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ONE OF THE OLDEST CAPITALS OF EUROPE
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and the Bohemian region. The city, with 1.2 million inhabitants, is also known as the City of a Hundred Towers or the Golden City. Its beauty and historical heritage make it one of the twenty most visited cities in the world, the magical medieval atmosphere will make its visitors never forget such a special place.
Vienna is the capital of Austria. As the birthplace of great composers such as Beethoven or Mozart and home of the famous opera, it can be considered one of the world’s major cultural centers. As one of the oldest capitals in Europe, the city boasts a magnificent heritage. From the imposing palaces such as the Schönbrunn, to the Vienna State Opera and its majestic interior.
Recommendations for your customized trip to Prague and Vienna
There are no specific restrictions regarding travel to this country.
It is suggested to read carefully the rest of these travel recommendations.
DOCUMENTATION AND VISAS
Valid passport or ID card.
No visa is required.
Caution with robberies in tourist sites.
Czech Republic and Austria are considered safe countries.
The European Health Insurance Card is recommended.
Vaccination for Central European encephalitis viral disease is recommended.
The official currency is the Euro.
In currency matters, the regulations of the European Union apply.
ADDRESSES AND TELEPHONES
Area code Czech Republic: 420
Area code Austria: 43
Spanish Embassies in both Austria and the Czech Republic.
What to see in Prague
Since 1992 the historic center of the city has been a World Heritage Site and its beauty and historical heritage make it one of the twenty most visited cities in the world. Prague has developed since the IX century, becoming one of the most important capitals of Europe in the XVIII and XIX centuries. However, in the twentieth century it suffered the two world wars, and the Nazi and Soviet dictatorships.
The square is located on the site of the fortification moat between the Old and the New Town. The large space near the medieval core of the city instigated the construction of many important buildings straddling the 19th and 20th centuries.
One of the most important squares in Prague, Czech Republic, and the cultural and financial center of the New Town. Many historical events have taken place here, and it is a traditional venue for demonstrations, celebrations and other public gatherings. The square is named in honor of St. Wenceslas, the patron saint of Bohemia...
Its beauty and historical heritage make it one of the twenty most visited cities in the world. Among them, the National Museum of Prague and the Jewish Museum of Prague stand out. Traditionally, Prague has been one of the most important cultural centers in Central Europe.
It is a spa town located in the West Bohemian region of the Czech Republic. It has been a popular destination since the 19th century thanks to its numerous thermal springs.
Nicknamed as the Austrian Versailles, Schoenbrunn Palace is one of the must-see attractions in Vienna. Built in 1696 by Fischer von Erlach after being chosen by Emperor Maximilian II.
CITY OF BADEN
Thanks to its thermal baths, it acquired the fame of a modern tourist city in the 19th century. Already 2000 years ago, legionaries came to its hot thermal springs in search of relief.
The city has a long history. It was one of the great musical capitals of the world. This city was home to Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert or Johann Strauss, among many others. The musical heritage is preserved and its greatest example is the acclaimed Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
It is a small town on the northern outskirts of Vienna, famous for its 'heuriger', the traditional taverns where they serve young wine.
What to see in Vienna
Vienna, the capital of Austria, is located in the eastern part of the country on the Danube River. Its artistic and intellectual legacy was shaped by its residents, including Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud. The city is also known for its imperial palaces, including Schönbrunn, the summer residence of the Habsburgs.