Romantic honeymoon packages in a lost time!
The elegance of Central Europe in all its beauty for your honeymoon packages! The magic and melancholy of Prague, where in the Old Town and at Charles Bridge time seems to stand still. The refined Vienna constantly balanced between ancient and modern times. The romantic and mysterious Budapest with its cozy spas. A journey of pleasure and well-being.
Start your honeymoon vacations in Prague
Why do not start your honeymoon vacations in Prague? The narrow streets of its Old Town seem designed for romantic walks. Ancient monuments are connected by the “Royal Route” which ends at the Prague Castle. Along this route you can visit the Old Town Square, a place of important events in the history of Prague. The different architectural styles of the many palaces and churches that alternate seamlessly around this square are perhaps the clearest visual indication of the built richness of Prague. Located on the southern face of the Clock Tower, the famous medieval Astronomical Clock marks the time every hour and gives life to an amazing show of animated figures and symbols. A must see is the Dancing House: a prime example of the architectural integration of the city. All surrounded by nineteenth century buildings, it is dedicated to Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire. The two buildings look like a couple of dancers: one building stretches out towards the other, still awaiting its embrace.
Next stop: travel to Vienna
Vienna is impressive and at the same time romantic and intimate. Tradition and innovation go hand in hand with a waltz by Strauss and new trends pour out from the lively Museum District. The main locations of the Habsburg Monarchy are in the city center and within easy walking distance. Travel to Vienna and you will experience authentic architectural tributes spanning the Middle Ages, through the Baroque and Art Nouveau styles. Here you will find more than 27 castles and 150 historic buildings that will turn your marriage into a fairy tale. And at the same time you will come to know Vienna from a different perspective, walking through hidden courtyards and romantic places off the beaten path. In the Jesuit district you will discover the Schönlaterngasse, a small winding alleyway that ends in the baroque Heiligenkreuzer Hof. In the Greek quarter, the Griechenbeisl, one of the oldest inns in Vienna, dates back to medieval times.
Your honeymoon getaway in Budapest
In Budapest you will enjoy a breathtaking view of the Danube and the lower part of the city from the Fishermen’s Bastion, a XIX century imposing architectural structure of towers and terraces. However, the cable car rides linking Clark Adam Square to the Buda Castle will offer you the most romantic sights of Budapest. The cable car system was built in 1870 and thanks to its wooden carriages it still maintains all the charm of that time. Strolling around the city’s beautiful boulevards and crossing the Chain Bridge (be aware of its lions!) you can get the lively Pest. The Széchenyi spas, the most ancient Hungarian spas, welcome you with their hot open-air pools and a lovely neoclassical architectural setting. Later you can not miss a piece of Sachertorte from the most renowned pastry shop in the city, the Café Gerbeaud, with its baroque furnishings inspired by Viennese tearooms.
These three gems of Europe become even more magical during winter while snow whitens the characteristically sloping roofs: it’s probably time to enjoy a hot absinthe in Nerudova Street during your honeymoon getaway! But where it is? That’s up to you!