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Glance of Czech Republic

07 Nights - 08 Days

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Day 01: Amsterdam

Arrive at Amsterdam.Get transfer from Amsterdam Airport to hotel.Day free for leisure enjoy by your own or rest at hotel.Evening enjoy Dinner at Indian restaurant and drop back to the hotel.

Overnight: Amsterdam.

Day 02: Amsterdam

After breakfast enjoy Amsterdam City Sightseeing tour with Cancel cruise.The perfect opportunity for travelling around Amsterdam with its wealth of waterways. The comfortable boats offer a regular service along 3 routes with 14 stops all together,located near the major museums,shopping areas and top attractions.On board there will be commentary on various aspects of Amsterdam's history,culture and architecture.This 24 hrs pass is an excellent way to explore Amsterdam! This pass also includes entrance to the Heineken Experience.Here you will experience the world of Heineken,its history and you will discover the brewing process of the worlds’most popular beer.A free souvenir and two beers are included in the tour.Evening enjoy Dinner at Indian restaurant and drop back to the  hotel.

Overnight: Amsterdam.

Day 03: Amsterdam

After breakfast enjoy local sightseeing or day by your own.Evening enjoy Dinner at Indian restaurant and drop back to the hotel.

Overnight: Amsterdam.

Day 04: Amsterdam - Prague (By flight 1H 25Min)

After breakfast get transfer hotel to airport for Prague flight.Arrive at Prague Airport,transfer from airport to your hotel and Check in hotel and take rest at hotel. Evening enjoy nearby places by your own.Evening enjoy Dinner at Indian restaurant and drop back to the hotel.

Overnight: Prague.

Day 05: Prague

After breakfast enjoy Best of Prague City tour.See the most of Prague during a six and a half hour bus,boat and walking tour.We begin at the Wenceslas Square where we board on an air-conditioned bus with tour guide and drive around the most significant places in Prague (such as the National Museum and the Dancing House),eventually reaching the dominant of the city,the Prague Castle.From there, we will continue on foot down to the Lesser Town,Kampa Island,Charles Bridge,Old Town with the Astronomical Clock and the Jewish Quarter.Finally,we will enjoy the view of Hradcany,the National Theatre and other Prague gems during a boat cruise through the Vltava river.This tour ends at the Dvorak Riverside in the vicinity of the Cech Bridge.Evening enjoy Dinner at Indian restaurant and drop back to the hotel.

Overnight: Prague.

Day 06: Prague - Budapest (525 Kms - 4H 57Min)

After breakfast at hotel,transfer Prague to Budapest by road,arrive Budapest and check in hotel.Take rest at hotel.Evening enjoy near by places.Evening enjoy Dinner at Indian restaurant and drop back to the hotel.

Overnight: Budapest.

Day 07: Budapest

After breakfast enjoy Budapest Grand City tour and Parliament.

Discover Budapest one of the most beautiful cities in the world and its great Parliament on this extensive half day tour.You will visit the most important sights of this impressive city including Erzsébet square,the Opera House,Heroes’ Square,Millennium Memorial,Downtown Budapest,Erzsébet Bridge,The Danube,Gellért Hill,Margit Bridge and the Parliament.Take a look at Gellért Hill,right next to the River Danube which flows majestically through the centre of the stunning city.It was precisely the combination of the relative ease of crossing the river here and the natural protection that the hill offered against invasion which told the earliest settlers it was the ideal place to build a town.From Gellért Hill you have spectacular views back over the city including the Parliament and Erzsébet Bridge.
Enjoy the green spaces in Erzsébet square,and then see the grand Opera House,a richly-decorated building built in neo-Renaissance style,with elements of Baroque.Heroes’Square contains the Millennium Memorial dedicated "to the memory of the heroes who gave their lives for the freedom of [Hungarians] and [Hungary’s] national independence."The back of the monument consists of two matched colonnades,each with seven statues representing great figures of Hungarian history.Heading back to downtown Budapest,there is further opportunity to soak in the beauty of this magical city.On the magnificent River Danube see Margit Bridge in all its glory,crossing the river and linking Margit Island to the mainland.After the city tour you will visit the impressive house of Parliament with its magnificent neogothic chambers and staircases and the home of the Holy Crown of Hungary.Evening enjoy Dinner at Indian restaurant and drop back to the  hotel.

Overnight: Budapest.

Day 08: Budapest

After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to airport for return back at home.

End of the tour with unforgotten memories.

News

India to Hand Out Free SIM Cards With Tourist Visas

Don't spend your money on SIM cards if you're heading to India this fall. Distribution is expected to begin September 27 here's what you need to know. If you're visiting India and planning on buying a SIM card to use in your own phone for the duration of the trip, you might want to consider postponing your travels until late September. For years, it's been notoriously difficult to procure a SIM in the subcontinent from sourcing a retailer who's even willing to sell to a non-resident to endless paperwork, passport photos, documentation, and a complicated activation protocol. That's why the government has decided that, starting at the end of September, anyone arriving in India on an e-tourist visa- visa that's available to residents of over 113 countries, including the United States will be automatically be issued a SIM card, along with a welcome packet that includes a dos and don'ts list, maps, and emergency contact information. The government will issue the SIM cards through BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited), a state-owned telecommunications company that's the sixth-largest mobile service provider in the country. 'We had a number of meetings with the Home Ministry with regard to providing SIM cards to foreigner tourists when they land in India,' Tourism Minister Mahesh Sharma told Indian news agency PTI. 'The ministry has finally agreed to our proposal. Now, it will take some time to start the facility.' The initiative is expected to launch on September 27, the United Nations's World Tourism Day. According to a recent report issued by the World Travel & Tourism Council, tourism comprised more than 6 percent of India's total GDP in 2015. The unprecedented move to provide tourists with SIM cards 'comes as India attempts to attract more tourists,' Mashable reports. 'It will make things hassle-free for international tourists as it is not easy to procure a SIM for foreigners in the country,' a government official told the Daily Mail when the scheme was first proposed early this year. Having access to a working cell phone while traveling in a foreign country 'can also be helpful from the security point of view,' said the source.

Shatabadi Express Jaipur - Agra - Jaipur

We are delighted to inform you that finally the SHATABADI EXPRESS between Jaipur / Agra / Jaipur via Bharatpur has started wef 28th November, 2012 and shall operate six days a week EXCEPT Thursday as per train route enclosed with timings. It has Ac Executive Class ( 41 seats ) and Ac Chair Car ( 345 seats ) . The train will be operating on all the days of the week. Departure from Jaipur is at 0705hrs and arrival at 1035hrs at Agra Fort. And departure from Agra Fort is at 1620hrs arrival at Jaipur at 1950hrs. The trains will be running via Bharatpur halt.

Thailand VISA

Indian tourists travelling to Thailand after September 27, 2016 will be charged 2000THB for Visa on Arrival (VoA), according to the Royal Thai Embassy, New Delhi.. The reason for the doubling of the Visa on Arrival fee, which earlier stood at 1000THB, is to encourage tourists to apply for visas at Thai embassies or consular offices .

 
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