Christmas Markets Combo Tour: Prague + Vienna!
Starting at €91.00 | December 5th - December 23rd | Select Your Date & Time!
Maybe it’s the Old City lit up by lamplight and Christmas lights, and the wooden stands showcasing handmade goods and homemade goodies. Maybe it’s the tranquil vibe emanating from the market area, despite all the bustle. Or maybe it’s the smell of roasted nuts, a properly spiced mulled wine, gingerbread, and cut pine. All of these add something unique to an already intriguing city, so let’s navigate with you through a Christmas fairy tale city with all the trimmings and a few treats along the way!
Highlights in Vienna
– Visit three of the merriest Christmas markets in Vienna with a local guide by your side
– Find out the secret to making a warming Viennese Christmas punch and take a sip to warm you up as we stroll the streets
– Snack on delightfully naughty festive sweets as you browse the market stalls
– Get off the beaten track and explore a neighbourhood market that’s framed by picture-perfect Biedermeier houses
– Discover areas of Vienna’s Christmas markets that many tourists miss and find out more about the medieval origins of this festive shindig
Inclusions: Local English-speaking guide, mulled wine and hot mead, traditional Christmas snacks, entry to a church’s nativity scene, public transportation during tour.
Exclusions: Additional food and drinks, souvenirs and personal shopping, transportation to and from the meeting and end points, tips/gratuities for your guide.
Highlights in Prague
– Visit Prague’s main market as well as two different Christmas markets outside the city centre
– Sip on mulled wine and hot mead while snacking on cheese from a grill, roasted nuts, and other delicious Christmas treats
– Discover what a hedgehog (yes, a hedgehog!) has to do with Christmas in Czech, and why Santa doesn’t come here (also, why are girls throwing shoes?)
– Learn about Czech Christmas traditions before and after the 1989 revolution
– See a nativity scene in a grand church that’s said to rival the spectacular St. Vitus Cathedral