Budapest & Prague, Air, Rail, 6 Nights, From $839
Explore Budapest and stroll around Prague’s Wenceslas Square—all for about the cost of the plane ride.
The Real Deal Round-trip airfare from New York City to Budapest and Prague to New York City on LOT Polish Airlines, three nights at the Hotel Ibis Budapest Heroes Square in Budapest, three nights at the Hotel Ibis Praha Mala Strana in Prague, breakfast daily, and transportation between Budapest and Prague via standard rail, from $839 per person—plus up to $150 in airport taxes and fees.
When Jan. 25, Feb. 1, 14, 22, 29, Mar. 7, 14, 2012 ($839).
Gateways New York City ($839); additional gateways available.
The Fine Print Airport taxes and fees cost up to $150 extra per person. Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is from $150. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
Book By No deadline; based on availability.
Contact Gate 1 Travel, 800/682-3333, gate1travel.com.
Why It's a Deal A recent Kayak search shows the lowest round-trip multicity airfare from New York City to Budapest and Prague starts from $820 in January (multiple airlines). Add to that $273 per person, including taxes, for three nights at the Hotel Ibis Budapest Heroes Square; and $240 per person, including taxes, for three nights at the Hotel Ibis Praha Mala Strana, and you're spending $1,333 for air and accommodations alone. For $344 less, this package gives you airfare, six nights' accommodations, transportation between Budapest and Prague by train, and all taxes and fees.
More Several optional tours are available, including a Grand City Tour of Budapest with a trip to Parliament for $36, a tour of Szentendre and an artist village for $40, a tour of the medieval town of Kutná Hora for $55, a Grand Prague City Bus Tour for $39, or a Prague Panoramic Tour for $22. Upgrades to first class rail are also available.
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