The Real Deal Vacation package includes air from New York City to Budapest, with a return flight from Prague; three nights in the Hotel Ibis Heroes Square in Budapest; three nights in the Hotel Ibis Praha Mala Strana in Prague; standard rail between the two cities; daily breakfast; and all taxes and fees included, from $1,249 per person.
When Sep. 19, Oct. 10, 17, 24, 2012 ($1,249); Sep. 26, 2012 ($1,279); Sep. 5, 2012 ($1,379); May 9, 2012 ($1,389); Aug. 29, 2012 ($1,409); Sep. 12, 2012 ($1,419); Oct. 3, 2012 ($1,529); Aug. 22, 2012 ($1,539); May 16, 2012 ($1,549); Aug. 1, 15, 2012 ($1,559); Jul. 11, 18, Aug. 8, 2012 ($1,589); May 23, Jun. 6, Jul. 4, 2012 ($1,599); May 30, Jun. 13, 20, Jul. 25, 2012 ($1,609); Jun. 27, 2012 ($1,619).
Gateways New York City (from $1,249); add from $125 for Los Angeles; add from $164 for Chicago; add from $232 for Boston; add from $243 for Dallas-Fort Worth; add from $249 for Washington D.C.; add from $262 for Miami; add from $281 for Phoenix; add from $317 for San Francisco; add from $461 for Atlanta.
The Fine Print All air, hotel, and rail taxes and fees are included in the package price. Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is from $300. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
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Why It's a Deal According to a recent Kayak search, airfare from New York to Budapest, with a return flight from Prague, starts from $842 in late September (TAP Portugal). After paying $95 per person for three nights at the Ibis Heroes Square and $135 per person for three nights at the Ibis Praha Mala Strana, your running total (taxes and fees included) would already be $1,072. For only $177 more, this vacation deal also gives you rail travel between the two cities, daily breakfast, and the convenience of booking your trip all in one place.
More Additional nights are available at both the Ibis Heroes Square (from $51 per person, per night) and the Ibis Praha Mala Strana (from $52 per person, per night). A rail upgrade to first class is also an option at $56 per person.
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