For travelers in search of cobblestone streets, cozy cafés and real-life castles as part of a romantic vacation, Austrian Airlines Vacations has designed a...

For travelers in search of cobblestone streets, cozy cafés and real-life castles as part of a romantic vacation, Austrian Airlines Vacations has designed a ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ tour package in the Czech Republic.

Starting at $1,549 per person, the Bohemian Rhapsody vacation package includes round-trip air travel between New York JFK or Washington Dulles and Prague in Austrian Airlines’ economy-class cabin, private transfers between the airport and the hotel, a sightseeing tour and three nights hotel accommodation and breakfast at the Hotel St. George in Prague.


The package also includes an overnight trip to the luxurious Zbiroh Castle, one of the first castles in Bohemia. The castle’s origins date from the 12th century, though the castle today is a Neo-Renaissance mansion that replaced the original early-Gothic castle. Through the ages, King Přemysl Otakar II and the Emperors Charles IV, Sigismund and Rudolf II slept at the castle. The package includes private transportation to and from the castle, a castle tour, a wine tasting and a romantic candle-light dinner that comes with a glass of sparkling wine.

Today, Zbiroh Castle in Bohemia (in the Czech Republic) is a Neo-Renaissance mansion on the former site of the original, early Gothic castle. The completely renovated mansion has been open to the public since June 2005. Zbiroh Castle is situated on the border of the Krivoklat region and the Brdské woods

Today, Zbiroh Castle in Bohemia (in the Czech Republic) is a Neo-Renaissance mansion on the former site of the original, early Gothic castle. The completely renovated mansion has been open to the public since June 2005. Zbiroh Castle is situated on the border of the Krivoklat region and the Brdské woods

Additionally, the next morning, the package includes breakfast in bed, a wellness treatment package for two including a massage and a typical Bohemian lunch in the Rudolf II Medieval Tavern.

The Czech Republic’s capital city, Prague, also known as the City of a Thousand Spires, has hundreds of quaint alley-ways, historical dwellings that date back almost a thousand years, and many churches, palaces and museums. Bohemia, the area around Prague, is known for its lush farms and picturesque villages, and the province has several magnificent castles that have recently been opened to the public.

The Bohemian Rhapsody package may be upgraded to include four- or five-star hotels in Prague and is valid for travel between November 1 and December 10 this year and again from January 10 to March 25, 2010, any day of the week, subject to availability ― no weekend surcharge applies. Single supplements, upgrades, additional combinations and extensions are available upon request.

All Bohemian Rhapsody packages must be paid in full within 7 days after reservations are confirmed, and no later than 14 days prior to departure. Once confirmed, the packages are non-refundable, non-transferable, and cannot be changed. All air travel under the packages is booked on Austrian Airlines in economy class and is subject to schedule and space availability. The maximum stay in Europe is 30 days, and all travel must be completed by March 25, 2010.

Most of Austrian Airlines' flights between the United States and the airline's main base at Vienna are operated by a fleet of Boeing 767-300ERs

Most of Austrian Airlines' flights between the United States and the airline's main base at Vienna are operated by a fleet of Boeing 767-300ERs

Package prices include fuel surcharges, but they do not include government taxes, fees and charges of up to approximately USD $145 per passenger. Additional taxes and fees may be collected by foreign governments.

Further details may be found on www.austrianair-vacations.com. For additional information or to make reservations, contact Austrian Airlines Vacation Center at (800) 790-4682, or via email at info@austrianair-vacations.com.

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