Budapest to Venice

It's hard to decide which is more stunning: Venice's historic architecture, or the network of canals running through it.

From Budapest Two-For One

Often dubbed the ‘Paris of the East’, this 2000 year-old city’s long history has left it rich in historic buildings. The most noticeable is Castle Hill, where the Royal Palace, Sándor Palace, and high-Gothic Matthias Church dominate the skyline, offering beautiful architecture and unparalleled views of the city. Budapest’s neo-Gothic Parliament, the largest building in Hungary, allows visitors to book a tour of the interior in advance. Once inside, visitors can oggle at the opulent decor, such as a staircase decorated with 25 kg of gold. Saint Stephen's Basilica, has the Holy Right Hand of the founder of Hungary, King Saint Stephen, on display. No visit to Budapest is complete without a stop at The New York Cafe, considered ‘the most beautiful cafe in the world’, where guests can enjoy a coffee or upscale meal in a breathtaking Rococo hall.

Via Stop to discover these sights

Idrija Mercury Mine

Slovenia's oldest mining city

Predjama Castle

Renaissance castle within a cave

Postojna Cave

A jewel of natural wonder

Ljubljana

Green Capital of Europe

Maribor

A charming little Slovenian city

Kamnik

Medieval town surrounded by mountains

To Venice The Floating City

Likely founded by Roman refugees, the island city of Venice has developed into one of the most iconic cities in the world. The narrow streets, romantic canals, and impressive historical buildings all add to its grandeur. The heart of Venice is the Piazza San Marco, which is surrounded by impressive buildings and dominated by the imposing bell tower and Saint Mark’s Basilica. It’s the perfect spot to enjoy Venice’s scenery, as well as the many cafes, shops, and live music. As the gondola is the symbol of the city, it’s an absolute must to float down the canals and experience the beauty of Venice by boat! You’ll pass by many churches and palaces, lively squares, museums, and shops along the way. Take some time to explore this one-of-a-kind city; even the smallest building can contain works by some of the history's most renowned artists including Giorgione, Titian, Tintoretto, and Veronese.

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