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Description
Prague Castle
Open time: - 5.00 am (April 1 - October 31) , 6.00 am (November 1 - March 31) Closing time: - 12.00am (April 1 - October 31) , 11.00pm (November 1 - March 31) Ticket price: Long tour - full admission 350 KÄ, discount 175 KÄ family admission 700 czk Short tour - full admission 250 KÄ, discount 125 KÄ family admission 500 czk There is a guide post for visitors. The gardens of the castle can be freely accessible in summer. Visit the excellent art galleries both inside the Castle and in the surrounding palaces. Watch the Castle Guard changing ceremony at a full hour, best at noon.
The Dancing House
Wheel chair and Elevator facilities available.
Lobkowicz Palace
Ticket price: Adult 275czk. Senior/Student/Child (7-15 yrs) 200czk. Family (2 adults + 2 children) 690czk. You may also visit a cafe and restaurant with panorama tic views of Prague on the ground floor. Ticket price includes a one-hour audio tour that will guide visitors through Lobkowicz Palace. Smoking is banned inside the palace. Concerts take place everyday at 1pm. Price of classical concerts depends according to the shows. Wheel chair and bathroom facilities are available.
Lesser Town
Open time: - November - February 10 - 18 daily, March, October 10 - 20 daily; April - September 10 - 22 daily Closing time: - November - February 10 - 18 daily, March, October 10 - 20 daily; April - September 10 - 22 daily Ticket price: full admission 105KÄ, discount 55 KÄ Don't forget to watch the night sky with a big telescope from the Stefanik Observatory for 40 KÄ Your kids will surely love the distorting mirrors in the Mirror Maze on PetÅ™ín Hill. Parking spaces available.
Charles Bridge
Open time: - Summer (May–September) & Winter (October-April) : 10.00am Closing time: - Summer (May–September) : 8pM ; Winter (October-April): 6pm Beware of pick pocketers. There are many eateries around the Bridge. Parking facility available.
Tyn Church
Other Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 10:00: am -1:00 pm and from 3:00 pm -5:00 pm. Sunday 10:30 am -12:00 pm. You will find trouble free entrance at 5 Celena Street. The entrance fee is voluntary. Parking space available.
Old Town Hall Tower And Astronomical Clock
Open time: - Mon 11:00am; Tue-Sun 09:00am Closing time: - Daily 6pm. Ticket price: Adult 100 kc, children 50 kc, family 210 kc Try to avoid visiting Old Hall during weekends and crowded times. Elevator and wheelchair facility also available. Visitors can also visit the historic hall with a minimal fee.
Jindrisska Tower
Oher Hours: Monday to Friday- 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.and Saturday and Sunday- 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Other Ticket Prices: Adults: 60 KÄ; Seniors: 30 KÄ, Children: 6 - 15: 20 KÄ, Children under 6: free The tower can even be rented for special occasions. The chimes in the bell tower play every hour. A lift offers easy access to all levels and even wheel chair facility available.
Golden Lane
Other Hours: April to October- 9:00 am - 6:00 pm. November to March- 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Golden lane is included in the long and short tours of Prague castle. Wheel chair facility available.
National Theatre
Wheel chair facility available. Smoking is banned inside the National Theatre.
Lennon Wall
Other Hours: Always open. Do visit small historical monument if you have a little free time left. Parking spaces available.
Wenceslas Square
Parking space available. Wheel chair facility available.
St Stephens Basilica
There are no fees for visiting the church. However, ticket prices for seeing the treasury and the tower are 400HUF and 500HUF respectively. The open times are 9 am to 5pm. The church may not be open to visitors during service times.
Buda Castle
The Buda Castle doesn’t exactly have opening hours. You can be in the premises any time you like. But the buididngs are mostly closed after dark. Additionally, there is no fee required to visit the castle during the day. The museums and the gallery and other museums around will have admission fees though. The museum is open from 10-4 everyday and from 10 to 6 on weekends. The timings given are for the gallery. There are quite a few places of interest around the castle so do visit them all.
Hungarian National Gallery
Temporary Exhibitions cost extra. Ticket price for all the current exhibitions: HUF 4600 Photography permits cost HUF 500 and Video Permits cost 100 HUF.
Fishermans Bastion
A visit to many of the the balconies and the terrace itself is completely free. If you wish a view from one of the turrets there is an admission fee of 600 HUF for adults. It is free for children. The name of this place refers to the fishermen who protected the area in the medieval times. A café and restaurant are a part of the fisherman’s bastion in case you need some refreshment.
City Park
This place is quite huge and spans around quite a few popular touristic sites so you can plan an entire day around it. Attractions inside will have entry fees The thermal baths are open from 6 am to10pm
Parliament House
The parliament can only be viewed by public through guided tours which are carried out throughout the year. The tours on Sunday are only till 2pm. From May to September tours are available till 6pm Tours take place every half an hour but English tours take place at 10am, 12pm and 2 pm. Large groups need to take an appointment.
Budapest Opera House Or State Opera House
If there is an opera even at the place the place, the closing time might be earlier. It is better to cross check before you enter. The given ticket price is for guided tours.
Freedom Bridge
The Gellert Hill is situated quite close to the Liberty Bridge in case you want to combine visits. There are plans of turning the bridge into a pedestrian bridge soon which is certainly good news for the tourists.
Heroes Square
The place along with Andrassy Avenue which it is a part of have been declared World Heritage sites by UNESCO. Each statue here comes with a story so it is a good idea to find a guide or someone who knows the history of the country with you
Central Market Hall
Closing times from Tuesday to Friday: 6pm. closing time on Saturday: 3 pm. The market is closed on Sundays and public holidays. Do try out the Hungarian cookery course while you are there. Do not forget to try out the Langos which are a Hungarian specialty bread made of yeast and topped with cheese. Take cash. No credit cards are accepted here. Try out Fakanal Restaurant it is cheap and popular.
Gresham Palace
Gresham Palace is a case of Art Nouveau structural planning in the way of the Vienna Secessionists. The Gresham Palace has a smooth front and a bended roofline, cove windows and pilasters along the front of the building. The royal residence likewise characteristics ironwork, incorporating two peacock models at the entryway of the patio.
Vajdahunyad Castle
The statue of Anonymous the unknown writer of Gesta Hungarorum is within the palace grounds. Photo ticket HUF5000 The castle is closed on Mondays The ticket price is for entering the castle, you can enter the courtyard free of cost and all day long.
Szechenyi Medicinal Bath
The stream closes at 7pm but the fitness spa is open till 10 in the night. The ticket price given is that of a whole day ticket with locker facilities. You can also opt for a morning ticket 6am to 8pm which will cost HUF 3800 Prices increase on weekends. Massages cost from2000-5000 HUF
The Liszt Academy Of Music
Initially the building likewise had stained ground glass windows, designed by Miksa Róth. Different offices utilized by the Academy are the Budapest Teacher Training College, spotted in the previous National Music School on Semmelweis Street.
Stephansdom Or St Stephens Cathedral
Other Hours: Monday to Saturday- 6:00 am - 10:00 pm. Sunday- 7:00 am - 10:00 pm. The Eucharistic prayer service in the cathedral takes place at 5:00 pm on workdays, Sundays and holidays as part of vespers. Other Preffered Time: 1:00 pm - 4.30 pm. Other Ticket Price: Guided tour €4.50 (€10 on Sat.). Parking space is provided to visitors.
Schloss Schonbrunn Or Schonbrunn Palace
Other Hours: July to August- 8:30 am - 6:30 pm. Last admission to the various attractions within half an hour before closing time. Other Ticket Price: Adults- € 11,50; children- € 8,50; Students (aged 19 - 25)- € 10,50. Disabled person- € 10,50; School groups4 (aged 6 - 18)- € 5,90. Kindly visit website for other price details.
Belvedere Palace
Other Hours: Upper Belvedere- 10:00 am - 6:00 pm. Lower Belvedere Orangery- 10:00 am - 6:00 pm; Wednesday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm. Other Ticket Price: Adults- € 19; Seniors- (60 years and above) € 16.50. Students (0-26 years)- € 16.50; Groups (of 10 Persons and over)- € 17. Children & Teenagers (0-18 years) free. Guided tours available. Wheelchair on rent & Toilet facilities also available. Parking space is provided to visitors.
Wiener Riesenrad
Other Hours: January, februry,November and December- 10:00 am - 8:00pm. March,April and October: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm. May to September: 9:00 am - 12:00 am. Other Ticket Price: Adults- 8 Euro and Children- 3.20 Euro. Mostly for kids, adventure lovers and explorers. Parking space is provided to visitors. Toilet facilities also available.
Historic Centre Of Vienna
The historic centre of Vienna is rich in beautiful architecture, including Baroque castles and gardens, as well as the late-19th-century Ringstrasse lined with grand buildings, monuments and parks. Activities for young children and Activities for older children. Toilet facilities also available.
Hofburg Palace
Other Hours: September to June- 9:00 am - 5.30 pm. July and August- 9:00 am - 6:00 pm. In the evening you can experience the residential apartments of Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Elisabeth in a particulary exclusive atmosphere. Ticket price: Adult- € 11.50; with Guide- € 13.50. Children (aged 6-18)- € 7.00; with Guide- € 8.00. The palace is Cheaper to visit with the Vienna Card. Kindly visit website for other price details. Parking space is provided to visitors. Wheelchair on rent & Toilet facilities also available.
Mozarthaus
Discounts are available for children, groups and families. A popular activity in Vienna is the Mozart Concert in the Musikverein which includes historic costumes and wigs. There are activities for older children here. Access to all exhibition rooms and the events hall: no steps. Restrooms with access for disabled persons available.
Ringstrasse Or Ring Boulevard
Other Hours: Always open. The Ring Tram runs around the ring constantly from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm (7pm in the summer). This is the circular route which takes you past most of the impressive historic buildings in Vienna. Other Ticket Price: Adult- 7 Euros, for a 24 hour ticket- 9 Euros.
Rathaus Or City Hall
Other Hours: Monday to Friday- 7:00 am - 12:00 am. Open to public: 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm. Free guided Tour CHF 5 on Saturdays- 3:30 pm and 4:30 pm. Elevator facility also available inside the city hall. Restrooms with access for disabled persons available. Parking space is provided to visitors.
Mozarts Birthplace
Ticket Price: € 10 (€ 17) Children below 6 free Other Ticketing Details: In brackets, without Salzburg Card Reduction for groups of 10 people, students & seniors- € 8,50 (€ 14) Pupils (15-18 years of age) - € 4 (€ 6) Children (6-14 years of age) - € 3,50 (€ 5) Family tickets(2 adults with children) - € 21 (€ 36) School groups (School groups) - € 3,50 (€ 5) People with disabilities (1 accompanying person free) - € 8,50 (€ 14) Salzburg family pass- € 15 (€ 20) Opening Hours: 9 am Closing Hours: 5.30 pm/ July,Aug- till 8.30 pm Tips: Fun with a local tour guide Essential for lovers of Mozart The museum has a mobile app that has most of the main descriptions, so you can take a look there and know what to expect. Warnings:Easy to miss, so look carefully There is no audio you simply read the plaques on the walls etc. Recommendations: Visit Café Winkler afterwards
Mozart Residence
Opening Hours: Sept.–June, daily 9 am–5:30 pm; July and Aug., daily 9 am–8pm Closing Hours: Summer – 5.30pm, Winter – 8 pm Free entrance and audio guide with the Salzburg Card Tips: Buy a combo ticket for best value This site takes less than an hour Warnings: Concentrates more on Mozart’s father Recommendations: The tour comes with a hand-held recorder with information in different languages Pay attention to the beautiful portraits
Wasserspiele
Ticket Price: Guided tour of the trick fountains, palace with audio guide, folklore museum. Adults € 10.50 Children and pupils (4-18 years) € 5.00 Students € 7.00 Opening Hours: Trick fountains, palace, folklore museum. April, October, until November 2: 9 am-4.30 pm May, June, September: 9 am-5.30 pm July, August: 9 am-6 pm July, August: evening tours- 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm Beginning of last tour (guided tours every half an hour) Closing Hours: Finally closes at 7pm Other Ticketing Details: Closed on public holidays and Wednesdays Tips: The Water Games come as part of a tour package of the entire Castle You can put aside an hour or two for this It’s a hit with kids! Warnings: Be careful with your camera as the fountains are hidden The fountains are not a year round exhibit to double check to make sure you go when they are active Recommendations: The grounds and gardens are well maintained and are good to stroll or relax Photo opportunity at the Sound of Music gazebo.
Red Bull Hangar
Extra Details: Open the entire week Hangar-7 can generally only admit bus and tour groups with advance notification. Tips: You can save this for the last day as it is on the way to the airport This is a must see if you like planes, bikes and cars Warnings: Most buses are not allowed to drive uptil here Visitors can not board the air crafts Recommendations: Visit Ikarus, Mayday Bar, Carpe Diem and the Outdoor Lounge for some unique dining experiences
Salzburg Cathedral
Opening Hours: January, February, November: Monday-Saturday 8am - 5pm, Sunday & holiday 1pm - 5pm March, April, October, December: Monday-Saturday 8am - 6pm, Sunday & holiday 1pm - 6pm May-September: Monday-Saturday 8am - 7pm, Sunday & holiday 1pm - 7pm Closing Hours: 5pm, 6pm or 7pm, according to the month (read above) Tips: Easily accessible from the Old Town Try to catch the choir singing Warnings: If you don’t get a local guide you could read tour notes from the Internet instead Expect crowds and tourists Recommendations: Christmas in Salzburg is a great experience
Mirabelle Palace And Gardens
Opening Hours: Mon, Wed, Thu- 8 am to 6 pm, Tues + Fri- 1 pm. Closing Hours: 6 pm The Mirabell Gardens: they are a horticultural masterpiece, open daily from approx. 6 am to dusk. The Hedge Theater: one of the oldest hedge theaters north of the Alps, closed during the winter. Orangerie: Open all year round, daily 9 am-4 pm, free entrance. The Dwarf Garden features a number of misshapen creatures made of white Untersberg marble, closed during winter months. Tips: Spring and summer must be the best time to visit. Refreshing on hot days! Warnings: The other rooms house the municipal council and therefore not open to the public Recommendations: The garden is the main highlight
Salzburg Old Town
Opening Hours: Everything should be open by 10 am Closing Hours: Most of the shops close by dark, though the pubs are open till late Tips: You might need a few days to explore the entire area It’s post-card perfect, remember your camera! Warnings: There aren’t many street signs in English. Recommendations: Take a car tour around Old Town to see everything as fast as possible. Visit the Mozart Tributes. Enjoy some delicious meals while witnessing dinner shows the city is famous for Go to the markets, especially around Christmas